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Men’s Basketball

Few sports can heat up a cold winters night like basketball, especially at our raucous Schuldes Sports Center, where your inner Green Knight spirit is sure to spark. 

St. Norbert claimed its sixth Midwest Conference championship in seven years during the 2015-16 season. The Green Knights went to their fifth NCAA Division III Tournament and also earned their fifth 20-win season in that span.

Our highly successful program includes a foreign trip in the spring every three years, with past visits to Greece, Italy and Spain.

For the most up-to-date information about men’s basketball, view our press releases web page

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RIPON - St. Norbert College's 72-game winning streak against Midwest Conference opponents came to an end in an 81-55 loss to Ripon College at Storzer Center. The Green Knights (11-3, 8-1 MWC), ranked No. 7 in the D3hoops.com Top 25, lost for the first time to a league foe since a 104-99 overtime loss at Grinnell College on Feb. 9, 2013. The win by Ripon (12-2, 8-1) puts it in a tie with… More

DE PERE - St. Norbert College and Ripon College square off in an important Midwest Conference game at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday at Storzer Center in Ripon. The Green Knights, ranked No. 7 in the D3hoops.com Top 25 and winners of 72 consecutive games against MWC foes, lead the Red Hawks by one game in the league standings. The game will be broadcast with video streaming and live stats at:… More

GREEN BAY - St. Norbert College methodically worked its way to its 72nd consecutive win over a Midwest Conference opponent when it topped Monmouth College 65-40 at UW-Green Bay's Kress Events Center. The Green Knights (11-2, 8-0 MWC), ranked No. 9 in the D3hoops.com Top 25 and Division III's top defensive team at 54.1 points allowed per game, held the Fighting Scots (3-10, 3-5) to 17… More