Wednesday, November 21, 2007

News On The Horizon 11/21/2007

Tourney time Bulldogs' time to shine--The Indy Star
Tonight's Game--The Detroit Free Press

Michigan vs. No. 22 Butler

Matchup: Michigan 2-1;

Butler 3-0.

Tip-off: 11:30 p.m., Sullivan Arena, Anchorage, Alaska.

TV/radio: ESPN2; WWJ-AM (950), WTKA-AM (1050), WCHB-AM (1200).

Overview: Michigan drew a difficult opening matchup in the Great Alaska Shootout: Butler returns senior guards A.J. Graves (19.7 points per game) and Mike Green (11 ppg) and is the favorite to win the Horizon League. Though Michigan guards Manny Harris and Kelvin Grady are freshmen, they have been the team's most consistent players thus far this season.

Wolverines take on Butler at Great Alaskan Shootout--The Oakland Press

Klein Ties Career-High With 33 Points, but Vikings Fall in Overtime,


Two high school seniors and a junior college player signed with Detroit Mercy.

The prep players are Ian Larkin, a 6-foot-6 forward from Detroit Renaissance, and Donavan Foster, a 5-10 guard from Chicago Curie.

Pensacola (Fla.) JC's Eugene Blue, a 6-8 center who played his high school ball at Flint Northern, will enter school as a junior next fall.

Tonight's Game--The Detroit Free Press
Titans Look To Rebound Against Chicago
Watson Signs Three New Titan Basketball

Women's Hoops Falters at
Titans Look To Rebound Against Chicago

Tough Defense Guides Women's Basketball Over Eastern

Late Rally Pushes Chicago State Past Loyola,

Ramblers Look To Get Back On Winning Track At

Men's basketball: Schachtner wins weekly academic award--Green Bay Press Gazette Sports

Lethargic Panthers get fired up--Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Sports-Colleges
After fast start, SDSU fizzles--Argus Leader
Wis.-Milwaukee tops South Dakota State 89-80--Argus Leader
Panthers ‘lace up’ victory--UWM Post Sports Blog
Men’s basketball live blog 11/20--Argus Leader SDSU Blog
Jacks can’t hang on, fall to
Another Stellar Second Half Sends Panthers Past

MEN'S BASKETBALL: Vandy survives Valpo's upset scare--The Post-Tribune
VU's second-half comeback falls short against Vanderbilt--The NWI Times
Vandy men rally for win--The Tennessean
Ogilvy leads Vandy charge--Nashville City Paper
League leaders who are no longer with us--VU with David Robb
Vanderbilt 87 Valparaiso
Ogilvy Leads Commodores to
Crusaders Rally, But Eventually Fall at

Polish center headlines two-person recruiting class for Valparaiso--The NWI Times
Crusader Women Head to Florida Gulf Coast Tourney
Crusaders Ink Two in 2007 Recruiting Class

Wright State signs JUCO forward--Dayton Daily News Sports
Wright State beefs up with JUCO giant--Dayton Daily News Sports
Raiders Sign Indiana

YSU has 3-game road trip looming--Youngstown Vindicator Sports
Men's Basketball: Penguins Visit Notre Dame For Second Time in School

YSU women in Brooklyn on Friday--Youngstown Vindicator Sports
Carving path to success--Mahoning Valley Tribune Chronicle Sports

Women's Basketball Roundup - November 20--The Horizon League

Men's Basketball Roundup - November 20--The Horizon League

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