Honorable Steve Kagen, M.D.

Wisconsin's former 8th District Representative

January 4, 2007 to December 22, 2010

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Women’s Basketball Season Concludes with Visit from Congressman Kagen

Women’s Basketball Season Concludes with Visit from Congressman Kagen

University of Wisconsin-Green Bay Release: 04/12/2010

April 12, 2010 – The Green Bay women’s basketball team officially put a close to the 2009-10 season with its annual banquet where team awards were handed out followed by a Monday afternoon visit from Congressman Steve Kagen who paid the Phoenix tribute for its outstanding season.

Juniors Kayla Tetschlag ( Sheboygan, Wis.) and Celeste Hoewisch ( Hortonville, Wis.) were named Co-MVPs for their stellar performances throughout the season while Tetschlag was also the recipient of the JoAnne Jennings Award. Sophomore Julie Wojta ( Mishicot, Wis.) was named the Most Improved player after moving from the three to the five position, making a huge impact for the Phoenix.

Morgan Faase ( Green Bay, Wis.) was the recipient of the Phoenix Award for her dedication to the program on and off the court. Morgan will be graduating in spring and will not return to the Phoenix for her fifth year of eligibility.

As a team, the Phoenix finished the season with an overall record of 28-5, tied for third-most wins in program history. The 33rd consecutive winning season was the 11th straight 20-win season and 23rd 20-win season in program history. Green Bay‘s 12th consecutive regular season Horizon League title is the nation’s longest active streak.

As the first ever Horizon League at-large team to make the NCAA tournament, Green Bay won its third game in program history by defeating No. 5 seed Virginia in the first round. Virginia is the highest seed Green Bay has ever beaten in its 11 appearances in the tournament. The Phoenix finished the season ranking in the top 50 in 11 NCAA statistical categories including fifth in assists per game (18.2) and seventh in steals per game (11.7).

This year’s Green Bay squad was the first team in program history to start a season 9-0 on the road, start 16-0 in regular season play and go undefeated in regular season non-conference play (11-0). On Dec. 2, the Phoenix set the Kress Center team record for free throws made (29) against DePaul and tied the program record for the highest free-throw percentage in the NCAA tournament (1.000 vs. Iowa State).

With its top eight players returning the Phoenix will look forward to another solid season. Green Bay will kick off its 2010-11 campaign with a tournament in Minneapolis before hosting Wisconsin in its home opener. The Phoenix will play in a tournament over Thanksgiving in Cancun, Mexico where it will take on Penn State, Utah and Hartford.



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