Bo Ryan Named Midseason National COY

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After leading Wisconsin to its best start to a season in more than 100 years, head coach Bo Ryan was named the Jim Phelan midseason national Coach of the Year, as announced by on Tuesday.

Wisconsin is 15-0 on the season, and ranked No. 5 in the Associated Press and tied for fourth in the USA Today Coaches top 25 polls. The Badgers matched their best-ever start in school history with a 75-71 win over Iowa at the Kohl Center on Sunday. Wisconsin also owns the nation's top RPI, according to ESPN and

Ryan's winning percentage of .709 (146-60) in Big Ten games is tops in conference history for any mentor that has coached for at least 10 seasons.

Wisconsin will host #23/- Illinois at the Kohl Center on Wednesday. 

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