Joe Krabbenhoft promoted to associate head coach

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On Monday morning, Wisconsin officially announced that men’s basketball assistant coach Joe Krabbenhoft would be promoted to associate head coach.

Krabbenhoft has served as a Wisconsin assistant for the past 7 seasons, and the Badgers have gone 151-83 (84-50 in Big Ten) overall during that time.

“Joe has been integral to our sustained success as one of the nation’s most consistent programs,” Badgers head coach Greg Gard said in Wisconsin’s official press release. “He continues to check every box you could possibly want in a coach, recruiter, teacher and mentor for our student-athletes. He has a superb understanding of who we are, who we need to be, and what and who makes us successful on and off the court at Wisconsin.”

“I’m really grateful to Coach Gard and Wisconsin athletic department,” Krabbenhoft said in the press release. “Wisconsin means so much to me and it has provided me and my family with so many opportunities. It gave me the chance to play, to earn a degree, a job and a place to call home. I want to continue to pay that forward and enhance the lives of our players and give back to our program, the university and this community.”