MADISON (WAOW) - Legendary Wausau High School basketball coach Ken Anderson was named to the WIAC's all-time team as a co-coach with Bo Ryan.
Former Wausau High School standout Frank Schade made the all-time team as well. Schade played for Anderson at both Wausau and UW-Eau Claire.
Anderson coached at Wausau High school before he took over at UW-Eau Claire, where he led the Blugolds to a 631-152 all-time record.
Below is the press release naming the all-time team.
MADISON (PRESS RELEASE) - The Wisconsin Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (WIAC) announced the Men's Basketball All-Time Team that will be recognized in conjunction with the conference's upcoming Centennial Celebration. All-Time Teams are being selected in those men's and women's sports that have been classified as "championship" sports at some point during the conference's 100-year history. Additional teams will be released on a weekly basis throughout much of the 2011-12 academic year.
Three former Pointers made the list, Jason Kalsow, Tim Naegeli and Terry Porter.
Jason Kalsow, 2002-2005 - Member of 2004 & 2005 NCAA Division III National Championship teams. - School's all-time leading scorer (1,859 points) and rebounder (883). - 2005 NCAA Division III National Player of the Year and D3hoops.com All-Decade Team. - Hit game-winning shot in 2004 National Championship game. - 2010 UWSP Athletic Hall of Fame Inductee
Tim Naegeli, 1984-87 - Graduated as the all-time leading scorer in UW-Stevens Point men's basketball history with 1,649 points - Two-time All-WSUC performer as the Pointers won WSUC titles during each of his four seasons and posted an overall 98-22 record - Held school record for career field goals made with 689 and played in 117 career games - School's outstanding male athlete in a team sport and WSUC Player of the Year as a senior and was drafted in the sixth round of the 1987 NBA draft by the Boston Celtics - 2000 UWSP Athletic Hall of Fame Inductee
Terry Porter, 1982-85 - Conference Player of the Year and first-team NAIA All-American in 1984 and 1985, leading team to NAIA runner-up finish in 1984 - Scored 1,585 career points, averaging 16.7 points over his final three years - Two-time NBA All-Star and first round draft choice (24th overall) by the Portland Trailblazers in 1985, playing in 1,274 games in 17 NBA seasons - Also played for the Minnesota Timberwolves, Miami Heat and San Antonio Spurs and spent two seasons as head coach of Milwaukee Bucks - 1992 UWSP Athletic Hall of Fame Inductee
Men's Basketball All-Time Team
Hometown (High School)*
Richland Center, Wis.
Beloit, Wis. (Memorial)
Beloit, Wis. (Memorial)
Hartford, Wis. (Union)
River Falls, Wis.
Janesville, Wis. (Craig)
Minneapolis, Minn. (River Falls, Wis.)
Milwaukee, Wis. (South Division)
Racine, Wis. (Horlick)
Waukegan, Ill. (East)
Dallas, Texas (Wilmer Hutchins)
Chippewa Falls, Wis. (McDonell)
Men's Basketball All-Time Co-Coaches: Ken Anderson (UW-Eau Claire) (1969-95) and Bo Ryan (UW-Platteville) (1985-99)