Ethan Happ named co-Big Ten Player of the Week

Ethan Happ notched his fourth Big Ten Player of the Week award in five weeks, and tied Frank Kaminsky for the most career honors in Wisconsin history with six.

  • Averaged 27.0 points, 7.5 rebounds and 3.5 assists per game while shooting 68.4 percent from the floor in leading the Badgers to a split of games last week
  • Notched his nation-leading eighth double-double with a career-high 34 points and 11 rebounds in overtime game at Marquette on Saturday
  • Shot 16-of-21 from the floor (76.2 percent), added four assists and three steals against the Golden Eagles
  • Netted a game-best 20 points in leading the Badgers to a victory over Rutgers as Wisconsin started 2-0 in conference play
  • Earns his sixth career Big Ten Player of the Week honor and fourth in five weeks this season
  • Six career Player of the Week honors ties him for fifth in Big Ten history for most Player of the Week honors in a career and most by a Badger tied with Frank Kaminsky (2011-15)
  • With four Player of the Week accolades, already stands in a tie for the fourth-most honors in a single-season
  • Last Wisconsin Player of the Week: Ethan Happ (Nov. 26, 2018)

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