Trevor Krizenesky (2nd year - Brillion HS) was named 1st team all-conference for the second straight season. He averaged 16.5 ppg during WCC-East play including scoring 29 points and 32 points in the Cyclones last two regular season wins over UW-Manitowoc and UW-Washington. He also recorded 60 assists (2nd in the conference), 30 steals (3rd in the conference), grabbed 52 rebounds, shot 23/64 (36%) from 3-point range, and 29/36 (80.5%) from the free-throw line in 12 WCC East games.
Cameron Schaefer (2nd year - Sheboygan North HS) was named 2nd team all-conference. Schaefer was in double figures in 7 of 12 WCC East games. He averaged 10.6 ppg, grabbed 60 rebounds (5 rpg), had 57 assists (3rd in the conference), and 32 steals (2nd in the conference). Schaefer was also the Cyclones leading scorer in their WCC Tournament Championship victory over UW-Richland.
Jon Schlaver (2nd year - Fox Valley Lutheran HS) was named Honorable Mention all-conference. The 6-8 center appeared in 9 conference games, missing 3 because of a concussion suffered on January 29th when the Cyclones hosted UW-Sheboygan. He averaged 10.3 ppg, 5.4 rpg, and shot 54% (42/78) in those 9 games. His 9 game stats are slightly misleading because he played sparingly in the teams last regular season game, his first game action after being out with the concussion. In the Cyclones WCC tournament quarterfinal win over UW-Waukesha Schlaver scored 16 points on 8/9 shooting, and pulled down 7 rebounds. His presence in the middle, and his ability to score, was a big reason for the Cyclones two year record of 47-7.
Lee Rabas (5th season) was named WCC East Co-Coach of the year. It was the 5th straight year he has been awarded that honor. The Cyclones are 52-8 in WCC East play during his time at UW-Fox, and have won WCC East regular season conference titles in 2011, 2012, and 2013. They finished second in 2010 and 2014, and were the only team to beat that year's champ in conference play. The Cyclones have also won WCC Tournament Championships in 2011, 2013, and 2014. In Rabas' 5 years at the helm the UW-Fox men's basketball team has an overall record of 117-17.