Northwestern Wildcats Basketball
Northwestern Wildcats basketball previews, recaps, news and analysis.
It wasn’t pretty, but Northwestern got it done.
Thursday’s season-opening win was a peek at what the Wildcats’ free-flowing offense could be.
It was a choppy first half, but Northwestern dominated after halftime.
Welcome to the new Welsh-Ryan era.
The new Welsh-Ryan Arena makes its public debut.
Law returns as one of the best defenders in the conference.
The four-star recruit comes to the Evanston out of Houston, Texas.
Northwestern misses out on the Pennsylvania guard.
The opponents had already been announced, but now the dates are official.
Play Georgia Tech, rely on Big Ten play, repeat.
After earning his Northwestern degree, Vassar is eligible as a grad-transfer. And yes, Vassar’s lawsuit is still pending.
Lindsey will try to prove he belongs in the league.
Hardy is getting back to his Northwestern roots with the hire.
There has been a lot of change in the Wildcats’ backcourt.
This is a big pickup.
Dildy fills the spot that came open after Armon Gates left.
Matt Mooney’s commitment to Texas Tech means Northwestern will only have two point guards on its roster.
Northwestern loses out on a potential Bryant McIntosh successor.
Taylor was one of the most sought-after transfers in the nation.
Lindsey led the team in scoring but had an up and down senior year.
Skelly shot the ball well from deep in his final season at Northwestern.
Falzon battled injuries in an inconsistent 2017-2018 season.
Chris Collins now needs to add at least one graduate transfer.