Wisconsin Athletic Hall of Fame: Harold E. "Bud" Foster

© Photographed August 14, 2016
Presented 1971 by the 1941 UW-NCAA Champions
and the National "W" Club
Wisconsin Athletic Hall of Fame
Milwaukee, Milwaukee County, Wisconsin
43.042288, -87.916127
43° 2.55′ N, 87° 54.967′ W
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HAROLD E. "BUD" FOSTER
Elected to the 1930 All-American Basketball Team and voted all-conference honors in 1929 and 1930 while performing at Center for the Wisconsin Badgers, coached the Badgers to a share of the Big-Ten Title in 1935 and won top honors in 1941 and 1947, winning the NCAA Championship in 1941. Elected 1970.
The marker is located at the Wisconsin Athletic Hall of Fame at the UW-Milwaukee Panther Arena, and is accessible from southbound North 4th Street, between West State Street (to the north) and West Kilbourn Avenue (to the south), at or near 400 West Kilbourn Avenue, Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53203.

Inductees honored at this site are members of the Wisconsin Athletic Hall of Fame (established 1951). The Wisconsin Athletic Walk of Fame is a joint property of Wisconsin Sports Development Corporation and Wisconsin Center District.

Wikipedia: Harold E. Foster


Harold E. "Bud" Foster is enshrined in the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame.

Career Highlights
  • All-America, 1930
  • Big Ten Conference titles, 1935, 1941, 1947
  • NCAA Championship at Wisconsin, 1941
Click here for an Alphabetical List of Inductees to the Wisconsin Athletic Hall of Fame.

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 The marker is in this cluster -- top center.


 The marker is located at the Wisconsin Athletic Hall of Fame.


The Wisconsin Athletic Hall of Fame is located at the
UW-Milwaukee Panther Arena. 

The Wisconsin Athletic Hall of Fame is located on the east side
of the UW-Milwaukee Panther Arena in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

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