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Green Bay Phoenix men's basketball University University of Wisconsin–Green Bay Conference Horizon League Location Green Bay, WI Head coach Brian Wardle (1st year) Arena Resch Center (Capacity: 10,000) Nickname Phoenix Colors Green and White               Uniforms File:Kit body 006633.png File:Kit shorts 006633.png Home File:Kit body FFFFFF.png File:Kit shorts FFFFFF.png Away NCAA Tournament Round of 32 1994 NCAA Tournament appearances 1991, 1994, 1995, 1996 Conference tournament champions 1991, 1994 (Summit) 1995, 1996 (Horizon) Conference regular season champions 1992, 1994 (Summit) 1996 (Horizon) The UW–Green Bay Phoenix men's basketball team is a NCAA Division I college basketball team competing in the Horizon League for the University of Wisconsin–Green Bay. The head coach is Brian Wardle. The Phoenix have seen huge success, making their first NCAA appearance in 1991 and the second round in 1994. Contents 1 History 1.1 NCAA tournament results 1.2 Other Tournament Results 2 External links // History The Green Bay men's basketball teams' began in the 1969-70 school year where they competed at the NAIA level before it moved to NCAA Division 2 in 1973. In 1982, it moved to NCAA Division 1 where it competed in the Summit League. Since 1994, Green Bay Men's Basketball has been competing in the Horizon League. NCAA tournament results The Phoenix have appeared in ten NCAA Tournaments. Year Result 1974 Regional 1976 Regional 1977 Regional 1978 National Runner-ups 1979 National Runner-ups 1981 Final Four 1991 1st Round 1994 Second Round 1995 1st Round 1996 1st Round Other Tournament Results The Phoenix have appeared in two NIT Tournaments and two CBI Tournaments. Year Result 1990 NIT Second Round 1992 NIT First Round 2009 CBI First Round 2010 CBI Quarterfinals External links UW–Green Bay Men's Basketball v • d • e Horizon League Men's Basketball   Men's Basketball Programs Butler • Cleveland State • Detroit • Green Bay • Loyola • Milwaukee • UIC • Valparaiso • Wright State • Youngstown State   Current Men's Basketball Teams Butler • Cleveland State • Detroit • Green Bay • Loyola • Milwaukee • UIC • Valparaiso • Wright State • Youngstown State   Current Men's Basketball Arenas Athletics-Recreation Center (Valparaiso) • Beeghly Center (Youngstown State) • Calihan Hall (Detroit) • Joseph J. Gentile Center (Loyola) • Hinkle Fieldhouse (Butler) • Klotsche Center (Milwaukee women) • Kress Events Center (Green Bay women) • Nutter Center (Wright State) • Resch Center (Green Bay men) • UIC Pavilion (UIC) • U.S. Cellular Arena (Milwaukee men) • Wolstein Center (Cleveland State)   Current Men's Basketball Head Coaches Brad Stevens (Butler) • Gary Waters (Cleveland State) • Ray McCallum (Detroit) • Jim Whitesell (Loyola) • Howard Moore (UIC) • Brian Wardle (Green Bay) • Rob Jeter (Milwaukee) • Homer Drew (Valparaiso) • Billy Donlon (Wright State) • Jerry Slocum (Youngstown State)   Men's Basketball Players of the Year 1980: C. Garrett (Oral Roberts)  • 1981: D. Clemons (Loyola) & R. Jackson (Oklahoma City)  • 1982: W. Sappleton (Loyola)  • 1983: M. Acres (Oral Roberts) & A. Hughes (Loyola)  • 1984: A. Hughes (Loyola)  • 1985: A. Hughes (Loyola)  • 1986: B. Larkin (Xavier)  • 1987: A. Moore (Loyola)  • 1988: B. Larkin (Xavier)  • 1989: S. Haffner (Evansville)  • 1990: T. Hill (Xavier)  • 1991: D. Archbold (Butler)  • 1992: P. Casebier (Evansville)  • 1993: B. Grant (Xavier)  • 1994: B. Grant (Xavier)  • 1995: S. Ford (UIC)  • 1996: J. Nordgaard (Green Bay)  • 1997: J. Neuhouser (Butler)  • 1998: M. Miller (UIC)  • 1999: J. Jackson (Detroit)  • 2000: R. Phillips (Detroit)  • 2001: R. Phillips (Detroit)  • 2002: R. Hainje (Butler)  • 2003: W. Green (Detroit)  • 2004: D. Page (Milwaukee)  • 2005: E. McCants (Milwaukee)  • 2006: B. Polk (Butler)  • 2007: D. Wood (Wright State)  • 2008: M. Green (Butler)  • 2009: M. Howard (Butler)  • 2010: G. 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