KFIZ Sports Scoreboard : 11/7/18

Men’s College Basketball:

Non-Conference – (In-State):

Wisconsin 85, Coppin State 63

–Ethan Happ posted a triple-double of 10 points, 11 rebounds and 12 assists as the Badgers won their season opener at the Kohl Center Tuesday night. D’Mitrik Trice led all scorers with 21 points on 7 of 13 shooting. The Badgers visit Xavier on Tuesday night.

Marquette 67, Maryland-Baltimore County 42

–Sam Hauser and Markus Howard each scored 15 points to lead the Golden Eagles. Marquette hosts Bethune-Cookman on Saturday.

UW-Green Bay 110, Wisconsin Lutheran 54

–Former Fond du Lac athlete Caleb Goldstein had five points in the loss for WLC.

Boston College 73, UW-Milwaukee 53


Non-Conference – Big Ten

Kansas 92, Michigan State 87 (Champions Classic)

Minnesota 104, Nebraska-Omaha 76

Michigan 63, Norfolk State 44

Purdue 90, Fairfield 57

Indiana 104, Chicago State 55

Nebraska 106, Mississippi Valley State 37

Maryland 73, Delaware 67

Women’s College Basketball:

Non-Conference – (In-State):

Marquette 91, South Dakota State 52

Northwestern 57, Green Bay 55


Portland 118, Milwaukee 103

–Portland’s CJ McCollum went off for 40 points as the Trail Blazers sent the Bucks to just their second loss of the season. Milwaukee was led by 23 points from Giannis Antetokounmpo and 22 points apiece from Khris Middleton and Brook Lopez. The Bucks take on defending champion Golden State tomorrow night.


The Packers made several roster moves on Tuesday – signing cornerback Will Redmond to the active roster, adding linebacker Brady Sheldon to the practice squad and releasing safety Jermaine Whitehead. The team also placed wide receiver Geronimo Allison on injured reserve.

Allison is expected to need surgery to repair a significant groin injury he suffered in practice last week. He did not play in Sunday’s loss to New England, and visited with Dr. William Meyers – a core muscle specialist in Philadelphia on Monday.

Whitehead was viewed by some as a possible replacement for Ha Ha Clinton-Dix in the Packers secondary – but played a limited number of snaps in Sunday’s game, before being ejected for an open-faced punch to the face of Patriots lineman David Andrews.