Sports – Tuesday, June 30th, 2015


Bo Ryan will work one more
season on the bench for the University
of Wisconsin
basketball team.  The 67-year-old
announced in a written statement on Monday that he will step down after the
upcoming 2015-16 season in Madison,
which will be his 15th.   Ryan
is 257-125 during his 14 seasons with the Badgers, including appearances in the
last two Final Fours.  Ryan said in his
statement that he hoped longtime assistant Greg Gard would eventually be the
head coach at Wisconsin.


Jonathan Lucroy went 4×5 with
a pair of RBI as the Brewers rallied by the Phllies 7-4 in their series opener
in Philadelphia
on Monday night.  The Crew scored three
times in the 6th highlighted by a pinch hit, 2 run double by Aramis
Ramirez.  Jimmy Nelson gave up 6 hits and
4 runs in 5 innings to pick up the win. 
Francisco Rodriguez picked up his 16th save with a scoreless
9th.  Taylor Jungmann takes on
Cole Hamels in game 2 of the series tonight. 
Coverage begins at 5:30pm on KFIZ.


NL Central

Reds 11 Twins 7


The United States women’s national soccer team will
play Germany in Montreal tonight in
semifinal of the Women’s World Cup.  Japan plays England on Wednesday in the other
semifinal.  The World Cup Championship
Game is set for Saturday in Vancouver.


Miami Heat All-Star Dwyane
Wade has decided not to pick up his player option with the team and will become
a free agent.  Wade was scheduled to make
$16.1 million dollars next season in Miami.
 The former Marquette star has spent all 12 of his NBA
seasons with the Heat.