Wisconsin Men’s Basketball Assistant Coach Injured, Wife & Daughter Killed in Three-Vehicle Crash

University of Wisconsin men’s basketball assistant coach Howard Moore was involved in a head-on collision that killed his wife and daughter early Saturday in Michigan, per multiple reports.

Michigan State police responded to a crash at 2:04 a.m. on Saturday in an area centered near the M-14 highway, per MLive.com.

Per the report, a vehicle driven by a 23-year-old woman was heading west in the eastbound lanes of the M-14 when she struck a vehicle holding four passengers head-on. That vehicle belonged to Moore, per the Wisconsin State Journal.

Following the crash, the woman driving the wrong-way vehicle was pronounced dead at the scene. Moore’s daughter Jaidyn died on the scene as well, while his wife Jennifer died at the hospital.

Moore was seriously injured, while his son Jerrell received minor injuries.

A third vehicle was also involved in the crash with the driver receiving minor injuries.

Moore played at Wisconsin from 1990-1995, which included a 1994 NCAA Tournament appearance that ended a 47-year drought for the Badgers.

He returned to Wisconsin for a second coaching stint in 2015. The 2018-19 season served as his ninth season overall in a coaching capacity with Wisconsin. In total, Howard has 19 years of collegiate coaching experience, including several as a head coach.

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SOURCE: Yahoo! Sports