Lance Randall has been officially appointed as an assistant basketball coach at the University of Wisconsin. Previously head coach at Saint Leo University, Randall brings over three decades of experience and over 400 career wins to the Badgers' coaching staff. The Wisconsin native is known for leading teams to multiple conference championships and NCAA tournament appearances. Head coach Greg Gard expressed confidence in Randall's experience and versatility to benefit the program.

By the Numbers
  • Over 400 career wins.
  • 150-100 (.593) record at Saint Leo University.
  • Multiple conference championships and NCAA tournament appearances.
State of Play
  • Randall joins a seasoned coaching staff that includes Joe Krabbenhoft, Sharif Chambliss, and Kirk Penney.
  • He's regarded highly for his connections and recruiting effectiveness, both locally and internationally.
What's Next

Randall's next steps involve integrating into the Wisconsin coaching staff, focusing on recruitment and player development. His extensive network and experience are expected to bring a fresh perspective and bolster the Badgers' performance in upcoming seasons.

Bottom Line

Lance Randall's appointment as Wisconsin’s assistant coach is set to enhance the program with his vast coaching experience and successful track record, promising new growth and competitive edge to the Badgers' basketball team.