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UW won a school-record 36 games in 2014-15, one shy of the Big Ten single-season record, and became just the 10th team in Div. Ryan’s Badgers tallied four 30-win seasons over his final nine seasons, which trailed only Kansas (6) and Duke (5) over that span.
With 364 victories at the helm in Madison, Ryan stands as the all-time wins leader at Wisconsin after he surpassed the legendary Bud Foster (265).
It is, however, safe to say that the combination of the two is what elevated Ryan among college basketball’s elite.
Author of the most wins in UW annals (364), Ryan became the 34th NCAA coach to reach the 700-win plateau and before retiring in 2015 was one of only nine active Division I coaches to reach that hallowed ground.
BIG TEN'S BEST Wisconsin's success in Big Ten play under Ryan is unmatched.
His .717 (172-68) winning percentage in Big Ten games is the best mark in conference history, surpassing legendary Indiana coach Bob Knight (353-151, .700).
UW won at least 20 games overall and 10 Big Ten contests in all but one of Ryan's final 13 full seasons.
Ryan’s .717 (172-68) win percentage in Big Ten games is the best mark in Big Ten history, surpassing legendary Indiana coach Bob Knight (353-151, .700).
Among NCAA Division I coaches in the 700-win club, Ryan's win percentage trails only Adolph Rupp, Roy Williams, Jerry Tarkanian, Dean Smith and Mike Krzyzewski.
In his final game coaching the Badgers, Ryan earned his 747th career coaching win and surpassed the legendary Phog Allen of Kansas on the NCAA ledger.
Ryan finished his career 26th on the NCAA’s all-time wins list with a record of 747-233 (.762).
POSTSEASON PROMINENCE Wisconsin's back-to-back runs to the 20 Final Fours were the pinnacle of Ryan’s postseason achievements in his career.