David Hookstead, Outkick, October 10, 2023
Wisconsin women’s basketball coach Marisa Moseley hasn’t won many games in Madison, but she sure is proud of her team’s diversity.
Moseley is entering her third year with the Wisconsin Badgers, and currently holds an abysmal 19-40 record with the program. She’s 11-25 in the Big Ten and has never finished above 10th in the B1G. To say her tenure in Madison is off to a bad start would be an understatement, especially when considering she’s earning a healthy $650,000 a year.
While she doesn’t appear to have time to figure out how to finish in the top half of the conference, she does have time to talk about diversity.
Wisconsin coach Marisa Moseley brags about team’s diversity.
“If you look at my team, you know, we’re pretty much the United Nations. I have the first Indian woman to ever play at the Power 5. I have kids who are Nigerian and kids who are Dominican and kids who are Mexican and kids who are run of the mill white because they’re still there too,” Moseley said during B1G Media Days.
She quickly added, “My mom is white just so nobody is offended. My mom is a white woman from the Berkshires. Very white.”