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The men's basketball team plays scheduled games in the Wisconsin Collegiate Conference from November to February of each year. The state tournament is played during the month of February in the Wisconsin Dells. The team competes against the other UW Colleges campuses as well as several non-conference teams in Wisconsin, Minnesota and the Upper Peninsula of Michigan.
The season begins in mid-October. Practices are typically held in the afternoons and evenings on Mondays-Fridays, depending on team members’ schedules. There are sporadic practices and games scheduled over winter break. Games are usually held on Wednesdays and Saturdays and some games require overnight travel. Student-athletes are given meal money for road trips and accommodations and travel are provided.
Student-athletes are required to sign a Code of Conduct, to maintain satisfactory academic progress which is regularly monitored, and to represent the University in a positive manner.
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For information about the team, including rosters, game schedule, player stats and team stats and standings, please visit the Wisconsin Collegiate Conference Website.
You can watch the UW-Barron County men's basketball team play online thanks to Eye in the Sky sports! Learn more about how to watch Chargers' matches right at home.
|Date & Time||Opponent|
|@ UW-Fox Valley|
|vs. UW-Marathon County|
|vs. UW-Baraboo/Sauk County|
|@ UW-Marshfield/Wood County|
|vs. Fox Valley Technical College|
vs. UW-Rock County
|1||Wyatt Scultz||6'7"||Elmwood/Plum City|
|23||Hunter Schoengarth||6'2"||Elmwood/Plum City|
|24||Cody Baldry||6'3"||New Auburn|
Athletic Director: Christopher Jones
Head Basketball Coach: Barney Slowey
Assistants: Jared McHugh, Cody Baldry
Coach Barney Slowey
This year is Coach Slowey's 48th season of coaching basketball and 8th season leading the UW-BC Chargers. He lead the Chargers to the Wisconsin Collegiate Conference Final Four in 2013 and 2014 with a Division Championship in 2014. Prior to coaching the Chargers he was head coach at Phillips, Birchwood, and Chetek High Schools. After retiring he was a Voluntary Assistant Varsity Coach at Ladysmith and Rice Lake with four trips to the State Tournament and one State Championship.
Off the court, Coach Slowey is now in his 50th year of teaching and he is presently facilitating two Master's Degree programs for teachers with his wife Tamara Sharp. He also plays in 4-6 National Senior Softball Tournaments in the 75-79 Division with his team winning six national tournaments in the last 12 years.