Champion GLO Back for 2021 With A New Head Coach
[Oshkosh, WI] “Let’s GLO” Along with a championship caliber team coming back for the 2021 season so is General Manager Brad Fischer. In 2019 Fischer built a coaching staff and roster that went undefeated and won the GWBA Championship. The GLO will once again feature NCAA Division I basketball stars and former WNBA stars. Opening night will feature the first championship banner raising in the Menominee Nation Arena’s short history.
“As General Manager it is my intention to build the best women’s basketball team that has ever been assembled in Wisconsin. Despite the relative infancy of the team and our league, we will aggressively pursue the goal of being the best women’s basketball team in the country shy of the WNBA.”
The Wisconsin GLO is pleased to announce Lauren Busalacchi as the new head coach for the 2021 season. Busalacchi is the women’s basketball coach at Ripon College. In 2019 Busalacchi was named Midwest Conference Women’s Basketball Coach of the Year.
“I am incredibly excited for Coach Busalacchi to put her stamp on the GLO. She earned a lot of respect from our players in her year as our assistant coach and I think that familiarity and those relationships will allow us to hit the ground running. She has continued to build a championship program at Ripon and is one of the best coaches in the region. I look forward to watching her and her staff mold this team over the course of the summer.”
The Wisconsin GLO are announcing that season tickets are on sale soon, and season-ticket
The 2021 home schedule features eight games, beginning Saturday June 19th. Courtside season seats start at $225.00 for the 2021 season. Ticket prices are staying the same and have not increased from 2019. Seats will be socially distanced and sanitized. Additionally, group tickets of 10 or more have been made available.
The Wisconsin GLO is a professional women’s basketball team in Oshkosh, WI embarking on its second season. The GLO’s hope is to provide an inclusive, family-friendly atmosphere where our players can serve as strong, confident, disciplined role models for young girls who are often unable to see their athletic heroes up close.