Here are some of my favorite photos from covering two Wisconsin – Green Bay women’s basketball games last week. Green Bay is ranked 9th in the AP top 25 for D1 women’s college basketball teams. On Thursday night Green Bay lost to Detroit 70-58 suffering its first loss on its home court in 28 games and first regular season loss in 41 games. On Saturday afternoon Green Bay got back on a winning track with a 64-59 win over Wright State. Julie Wojta had a career-high 30 points, 20 rebounds, four blocks while matching a career-high 40 minutes of play.
Last year Green Bay made it as far of the sweet sixteen. It will be exciting covering their conference tournament and seeing if they can again make a run in the NCAA tournament.
Thanks for looking!
Wisconsin - Green Bay's Hannah Quiling applies defensive pressure as Detroit's Yar Shayok tries to get rid of the ball.
Wisconsin - Green Bay's Adrian Ritchie, right, drives against Detroit's Senee Shearer.
Wisconsin - Green Bay's Julie Wojta tries to get around the defensive pressure of Detroit's Yar Shayok.
Wisconsin - Green Bay's Hannah Quiling heads down court after winning the battle for a loose ball with Detroit's Senee Shearer.
Wisconsin - Green Bay's coach Matt Bollant shows his frustration with a call in the final minute of Green Bay's 70-58 lose to Detroit.
The Detroit bench celebrates in the final minute of their 70-58 win over Wisconsin - Green Bay.
Wright State's Molly Fox tries to get control of the ball as Wisconsin - Green Bay's Julie Wojta defends.
Wisconsin - Green Bay's Adrian Ritchie shoots a three point shot over the defense of Wright State's Kayla.
Wisconsin - Green Bay's Hannah Quilling chases after a loose ball as Wright State's KC Elkins goes to the ground.
Wright State's coach Mike Bradbury argues a call.
Wisconsin - Green Bay's Julie Wojta pulls in a loose balls as Wright State's Mylan Woods defends.
Wisconsin - Green Bay's Julie Wojta jumps on to the scores table as she chases a ball.
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