Waunakee boys and girls basketball, as well as Verona girls basketball, will be part of the field for the Ab Nicholas Holiday Hoops Classic at Waunakee High School December 27 and 28.
Girls Basketball Schedule
Game 1 12/27 @ 3:15 pm DSHA vs. Verona
Game 2 12/27 @ 5:00 pm Hartford vs. Waunakee
3rd Place Game 12/28 @ 6:45 pm Loser Game 1 vs. Loser Game 2
Title Game 12/28 @ 8:30 pm Winner Game 1 vs. Winner Game 2
Boys Basketball Schedule
Game 1 12/27 @ 6:45 pm Marshfield vs. Oconomowoc
Game 2 12/27 @ 8:30 pm Eau Claire Memorial vs. Waunakee (on iHeartRadio)
3rd Place Game 12/28 @ 3:15 pm Loser Game 1 vs. Loser Game 2
Title Game 12/28 @ 5:00 pm Winner Game 1 vs. Winner Game 2
(Eau Claire Memorial games on iHeartRadio at 987thebrew.com).
AB NICHOLAS SCHOLARSHIP FOUNDATION
"My father had a strong commitment to basketball and young athletes in our state. The Holiday Hoops Classic will be a great event to continue his vision, while informing players and parents of the scholarship opportunities available through his Foundation."-David O. Nicholas
The Ab Nicholas Scholarship Foundation seeks to make a college degree affordable for Wisconsin high school students who participate as players or managers in their school’s basketball program. Need-based scholarships, renewable annually, are offered for two- and four-year programs at any University of Wisconsin System school.
Albert Nicholas, founder of the Nicholas Company, Inc., a Milwaukee-based investment advisory firm that manages the Nicholas mutual funds, established our foundation in 2012 with a $50 million endowment.
Nicholas was born in Rockford, Illinois in 1931. He received an athletic scholarship to the University of Wisconsin-Madison, where he earned a bachelor’s degree in economics and, later, an MBA in finance and investments.
As a guard on the UW-Madison basketball team, he was twice named to the All-Big 10 team and once to Look Magazine’s All-American team. Nicholas was the highest scoring guard in UW history when he graduated and was inducted into Wisconsin’s Athletic Hall of Fame in 2010.
Nicholas firmly believed his UW education made a difference for him, on and off the court. Our foundation’s objective is to give Wisconsin student athletes that same kind of opportunity, helping them open doors to a better world.
Please go to (abnicholasscholars.org) for more information regarding this great foundation helping boys andgirls who have participated in high school basketball the opportunity to help financially further their education at anyUniversity of Wisconsin System School.