UW MBB: Ethan Happ earns Big Ten Player of Week for second straight week

MADISON, Wis. — Ethan Happ is going back-to-back.

For the second straight week, the sophomore forward from the No. 10 Wisconsin men's basketball team was named Big Ten Player of the Week, as announced by the league office on Monday.

Just a week after earning the award for the first time in his career, Happ followed up with another impressive week, highlighted by his career-high 32-point performance in an overtime win against Rutgers at Madison Square Garden.

With his most recent honor, Happ became the first Badger to be named Big Ten Player of the Week in consecutive weeks since Mike Wilkinson in 2005 (Jan. 17 and 24).

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