Wednesday, November 14, 2007

News On The Horizon 11/14/2007

Short-handed Butler confident subs can deliver--The Indy Star
Dawgs tip off season with a win--Butler Collegian Dawgnet Sports
Butler Hosts Indiana State In 2007-08

Home court no advantage for Braves--Peoria Journal Star
Akande leads Bulldogs to victory in season opener--Butler Collegian Dawgnet Sports
Late Comeback Falls Short, Butler Tops Braves
Defense Rules Again As Bulldogs Top Bradley,
Lade Akande Named Horizon League Player Of The

Cleveland State women's basketball preview--Cleveland Plain Dealer Sports
Women's Basketball Team Falls in Opener--CSU The Cauldron Sports

Patriots Improve to 2-0 With Hard-Fought Win Over Cleveland
Vikings Lose Defensive Battle At George Mason,

Tonight's game--The Detroit Free Press

Women's Hoops to Open Home Slate on

Fast start ignites Flames--The Chicago Tribune
7-footer comes up big for Flames--The Chicago Sun-Times
UIC improves to 2-0--Daily Herald College Sports
Men's Basketball Falls to UIC
VanderMeer, Flames outshine Prairie Stars--Whoosh!Net
Men's Basketball Hosts UIS On Tuesday

Women's Basketball Welcomes Northwestern In Home

Polka, Ramblers rally past Panthers--The Chicago Tribune
Balance key for Ramblers--The Chicago Sun-Times
Loyola improves to 2-0--Daily Herald College Sports

Loyola 72, EIU 65: Five players scored in double figures, and Andy Polka recorded a double-double to lead Loyola (2-0) to a 72-65 victory over Eastern Illinois (1-1) at Lantz Arena in Charleston.

The Panthers jumped out to an 11-3 lead, an edge they held nearly the entire first half.

But the Ramblers' J.R. Blount hit a 3-pointer with 1:38 left in the half to tie the game at 27-27.

Jake Byrne and Mike Robinson (team-high 13 points) hit consecutive baskets to put EIU back on top 31-37, but Tracy Robinson and Blount scored the final 4 points of the half, with Blount hitting a driving layup at the buzzer to deadlock the game 31-31 at intermission.

Loyola took its first lead, 34-33, on Leon Young's conventional 3-point play 40 seconds into the second half.

The Panthers reclaimed the lead on Bobby Catchings' 3-point play, but the Ramblers countered with a 5-0 run to take a 46-41 lead they would not relinquish.

Robinson scored a career-high 16 points coming off the bench, 14 in the second half.

Blount added 15 points, Young chipped in 12 points and a team-best 4 assists, and Polka added 13 points and 10 rebounds.

Loyola Rambles Past EIU,
Loyola Rallies To Post 72-65 Victory At Eastern

Loyola Women's Basketball Signs Pair In Early

Men's basketball: UWGB lands star Indiana guard--Green Bay Press Gazette Sports
Men's basketball: Phoenix rebounds from big loss--Green Bay Press Gazette Sports
Green Bay Basketball Takes Down Delaware State,
Green Bay Basketball Signs Indiana High School Guard

Jeter man with a plan--Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Sports-Colleges
Story of a Panther’s journey--UWM Post Sports

Valpo Hits Road to Take On

Crayton's work ethic raises hoop hopes--Dayton Daily News Sports
Wright State women drop home opener to Ball State, 61-52--Fairborn Daily Herald
Women's Basketball Drops Home Opener to Ball

WSU Rally Falls Short vs.
Men's Basketball: Davis, Cooksey Spark Penguins to 69-66 Win Over Weber

Second Half Scoring Wave Leads Niagara to
Niagara's Second-Half Surge Trips Penguins,

Men's Basketball Roundup - November 13--The Horizon League

Women's Basketball Roundup - November 13--The Horizon League

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