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Wednesday, January 28, 2009

Record Watch Update

Senior Marcus Landry's lone blocked shot against Purdue tied him with Louis Ely for seventh all-time in Wisconsin history. He has already surpassed his total from all of last season. Landry has 92 career blocks and at least 11 more games to play. Earlier this season, he also moved into 10th place among all Badgers in offensive rebounds, with 160.

Player - Career Blocks (Season Total)
4. Kurt Portmann - 102
5. Greg Stiemsma - 96
6. J.J. Weber - 95
7. Marcus Landry - 92 (28)
7. Louis Ely - 92

Player - Career Off Rebs (Season Total)
8. Patrick Tompkins: 181
9. Willie Simms: 176
10. Marcus Landry: 160 (32)

Classmate Joe Krabbenhoft pulled down six defensive rebounds in the game to break out of a tie with Brian Butch for ninth place all-time on the total rebounding ladder. He did not have an offensive board against the Boilermakers, but grabbed three against Illinois to move into a sixth-place tie with Michael Finley on the career list of offensive rebounders.

Player - Career Rebounds (Season Total)
6. Alando Tucker - 769
7. Larry Petty - 718
8. Dale Koehler - 680
9. Joe Krabbenhoft - 673 (137)

Player - Career Off Rebs (Season Total)
4. Sean Daugherty - 227
5. Brian Butch - 222
6. Joe Krabbenhoft - 205 (34)
6. Michael Finley - 205

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