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Green Bay Ends March Madness Run, Tesha Buck Finishes Season With 14 Points
The No. 9-seeded Green Bay women went into the NCAA tournament Saturday hoping the glass slipper would fit against previously unbeaten No. 8 Princeton...
March Madness For Green Bay Sophomore: ‘ Play With no Fear’
University of Wisconsin-Green Bay sophomore Tesha Buck (Mdewakanton Sioux) has been chasing the dream for as long as she can remember, way back when she first started shooting hoop...
Top Native Athletes to Watch in 2015
A new year is mere days away, and there is always plenty of optimism in the air whenever calendars are ready to be flipped...
Ten Native Basketball Players You Should Watch Now
Basketball season is one of the longest sports seasons there is, lasting up to eight months if teams make it well in to the playoffs, or even further, to the championship game...
Family & Native Heritage Drive Wisconsin-Green Bay Hoops Star Tesha Buck
The tattoo of an eagle feather wrapped around a basketball with the words “Cante Wasaga Win” written above it is not just a symbol. It’s a window into who Tesha Buck is...