Men's Basketball Team Roster

2018 - 2019 Men's Roster

 

 

David #10 David Wiley

 

  Major: Athletic Training
  Transfer: Unecided

Why did you choose UW-Washington County? Great people. Nice Environment

What do you like about this year’s basketball team? Everyone is friendly and willing to work with you.

Do you have any rituals that you must perform before a game and why? I like to eat hot-dogs and fries before games because its a solid meal that I enjoy most.

What advice do you have for incoming students? Come To UW-WC.

 

Ross #11 Ross Riegleman

  Major: Athletic Training
  Transfer: Undecided

Why did you choose UW-Washington County? For the personalized Education, low tuition, proximity to home, and ability to play basketball. to home, The students and Professors are very helpful.

What do you like about this year’s basketball team? We are all competitive and determined to reach our goals we have set as a team.

Do you have any rituals that you must perform before a game and why? I work on my ball handling, Put up game like shots before the game starts from different spots on the floor, Get penalty of rest, Pray for a great team effort.

What advice do you have for incoming students? Student first, athlete second.

 

Mitchell #21 Mitchell Behm

  Major: Finance
  Transfer: UW-Oshkosh

Why did you choose UW-Washington County? I chose UW-Washington County for the caring family atmosphere, the location to my hometown, the inexpensive education, and being a part of the basketball family.
What do you like about this year’s basketball team? Our team that we have this year has a lot of depth and we all care about each other.  UW-Washington County basketball is one big family that cares about everyone and their future.
Do you have any rituals that you must perform before a game and why? No matter the shot, I have to make the last one.  In addition, I enjoy zoning out to pregame music and eating a good meal beforehand.
What advice do you have for incoming students? Get active in your community and network!  You may make friends that will help you out in your future career!

 

Koy #22 Koy Walsh

  Major: UW-Madison or UW-Platteville
  Transfer: Mechanical Engineering

Why did you choose UW-Washington County? I chose UW-Washington County because it allows me to earn money working during the school year while paying lower tuition costs. It also allows me to continue playing basketball where elsewhere I may not have had this chance.
What do you like about this year’s basketball team? I like how well our team pushes the ball and plays up-tempo.  We advance the ball up the court very fast and are always looking to get open shots. Also, there are many guys on the team that can get hot at any moment so we are hard to defend. Everyone can knock down the open shot which gives our coaches a lot of flexibility for positioning players. We may be a young and undersized team, but I'm confident that our athleticism and basketball IQ will make us a championship contender this year.
Do you have any rituals that you must perform before a game and why? Not really, I just listen to music and try getting my mind into game mentality.
What advice do you have for incoming students? I really don't have much to say since I'm still in my first semester, but for the little bit of time I've been in school I've learned that you should challenge yourself and put the necessary time into your studies.  School is number 1 so always give your best.  Also, if you're stressed out from your school work or are just looking for something to do, joining basketball will let you relax and have fun with the guys.

 

Ahmad #23 Ahmad Pender, Jr.

  Major: Athletic Training
  Transfer:
Central State University

Why did you choose UW-Washington County? I chose UW- Washington County, because it is a perfect starting point to play college basketball.

What do you like about this year’s basketball team? We are all freshmen mainly.

Do you have any rituals that you must perform before a game and why? No, I am always ready to play!

What advice do you have for incoming students? Work hard on the court second and in the class first.