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Brad Davison



Davision graduated from Wisconsin this spring, earning his degree in business. He is now pursuing a Master’s in Educational Leadership and Policy Analysis.

He is a three-time Academic All-Big Ten selection.


Davison enters his third year as part of Wisconsin’s Leadership Council, as selected by his coaches.

He is an active member and representative for “Athletes in Action,” an inclusive organization where students and athletes can explore spirituality, be involved in Bible studies, and take part in both peer spiritual mentoring and social events.

Davison is also one of the toughest and most durable players in program history. In his first year with the Badgers, Davison dislocated his shoulder but was back in the lineup the next night. It was the first of 29 consecutive starts to end the season despite the fact that he re-seperated his shoulder five other times.


Davison is an active participant with Wisconsin’s “Badgers Give Back.” He has committed over 60 hours of service between 50 different events and has led the team in hours during each of his seasons.

Davison immediately volunteered on campus back in June of 2017. He participated in Badger Prom with Wisconsin Upside Dow and the Pen Pal Program. Davison also took part in granting wish experiences to numerous children over the past five years.

In addition, Davison has volunteered at the American Family Children’s Hospital. He event sent messages and did virtual visits during the pandemic.


Davison is just the 12th Badger to make 100 career starts - and has also played in all 130 games that he’s been eligible. He was named to the 2018 Big Ten All-Freshman Team.

Last season, Davison started all 31 games for Wisconsin while averaging 10.0 points, 3.5 rebounds, and 2.4 assists per game. He scored a season-high 29 points in the team’s first-round win over North Carolina in the NCAA Tournament.

Entering November 2021, Davison ranks 18th in school history with 1,386 career points. He also sits fourth in games played (126), fifth in three-pointers made (225), fifth in free-throw percentage (.831), and eighth in minutes played (4,059).