BY ROB DEMOVSKY — Green Bay Press-Gazette At least one other parent of a former University of Wisconsin-Green Bay men’s basketball player has submitted a formal complaint to the school about basketball coach Brian Wardle. Gina Cougill, mother of senior forward Brennan Cougill, said she sent a letter to university chancellor Thomas Harden late last […]
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BY ROB DEMOVSKY — Green Bay Press-Gazette The University of Wisconsin-Green Bay’s BracketBusters game on Saturday at Drake won’t help its NCAA tournament chances — only winning the Horizon League tournament will get the Phoenix in — so it could be viewed as something of a blah game that only interrupts the regular-season conference race. […]
Brennan Cougill’s dream of playing basketball for Iowa happened once. It won’t happen a second time. Cougill has committed to play next season at Wisconsin-Green Bay, according to his former Iowa Barnstormers AAU coach, Jamie Johnson. Cougill,who picked the Phoenix over South Dakota State, also posted his decision on his Facebook page. The Green Bay […]
Former Hawkeye Brennan Cougill, now at Kirkwood, is waiting for a scholarship offer from Iowa.
McCaffery still wants to add more players to its 2011 recruiting class, including players with size inside.
The future is always in the back of Brennan Cougill’s mind, but for now, his life is all about dealing with the present. What he does today and tomorrow and a week from now will determine what Cougill does a year from now. Cougill hopes to stage his own comeback as a Division I basketball player, […]
Cougill ruled academically ineligible Pat Harty June 30 NORTH LIBERTY — Hours after learning that he no longer was a member of the Iowa basketball team because of academic deficiencies, Brennan Cougill said it was his goal to be a Hawkeye again. Now he just has to prove to Iowa coach Fran McCaffery that he […]
Forward Brennan Cougill will not be on the 2010-11 roster after being ruled academically ineligible. The sophomore-to-be will transfer to Kirkwood Community College.
Brennan Cougill, the 6-foot-9 sophomore-to-be center who played sparingly last season for the Hawkeyes, was selected first in the Prime Time League draft Wednesday.