Thursday, November 29, 2007

News On The Horizon 11/29/2007

Couple gives $250,000 to Butler sports--The Indy Star
Butler Athletics Receives Gift Of More Than $250,

Matta is almost like family--The Indy Star
Men’s basketball defeats three national powers to win Great Alaska Shootout--Butler Collegian Dawgnet Sports
Butler To Run Shuttle Service For The Ohio State

Bulldogs bring much momentum into Saturday’s contest--Butler Collegian Dawgnet Sports

Matadors outclass Vikings in second half--Cleveland Plain Dealer Sports
Cal State Northridge Remains Unbeaten With 78-68 Road Victory Over Cleveland
Jackson Scores 24 But Vikings Fall To Cal State Northridge,

Basketball Inks Three to Letters of

UDM rallies to win as Titans' Samarco drops 18 off bench--The Detroit Free Press
UDM rallies, thwarts EMU--The Detroit News
EMU Falls to Detroit,
Second Half Rally Keeps Titans Winning Streak

Titans to Play at Northern

Ill.-Chicago runs past winless Central Michigan for a 65-52 win--The Detroit Free Press
VanderMeer, UIC roll over Central Michigan--The Daily Southtown
Flames play Dailey game, win on road--Whoosh!Net
Chippewas Burned By Flames,
Big Men Come Up Huge In Men's Basketball's 65-52 Win Over Central

UIC Faces No. 17/21 DePaul On Thursday Night In Lincoln

Ramblers stung by freshman energizer
--The Chicago Tribune
Braves' better half rips Ramblers--The Chicago Sun-Times
Bradley's big 2nd half tops Loyola--Daily Herald College Sports
Local knowledge helps BU past Loyola, 64-47--The Peoria Journal Star
Bradley Rallies for 64-47 Win at
Second-Half Rally Leads Bradley Past Loyola,
Ramblers Hit Road For Tough Test At Northern Iowa

Women's basketball: Porath, Phoenix pour it on Huskies--Green Bay Press Gazette Sports
Huskies fall 76-54 to Wisconsin-Green Bay--The Northern Star
York's Career-High Not Enough as Huskies Fall to
Women's Basketball Cruises to 76-54 Win Over Northern

Good feeling lost in OT--Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Sports-Colleges
Cunningham leads Lady Canes to OT win--Miami Herald
Hurricanes Win OT Thriller in
Turnovers Hound Panthers In Overtime Loss To

(At) Valparaiso 77, Western Michigan 65--The Detroit News

Shawn Huff scored 19 for Valparaiso.

Urule Igbavboa had 15 points and seven rebounds for the Crusaders (5-1).

The Broncos (4-3) had four players score in double figures.

Joe Reitz led Western Michigan with 16. Michael Redell and David Kool had 11 and Martelle McLemore 10.

Men's basketball: Rough night ends in win for the Crusaders--The Post-Tribune
Crusaders avenge last year's loss to Western Michigan--The NWI Times
Sprained ankle doesn't hold Huff back--The NWI Times
Broncos Fall to Valparaiso on the Road,
Late First-Half Run Fuels Crusader

Raiders ride momentum over Marshall--Dayton Daily News Sports
Raiders forced to work harder in second half--Dayton Daily News Sports
--WSU The Guardian Sports
Ugly, ugly, ugly but WSU
Marshall Men Drop First Game of Season, On Road at Wright
Men Hold Off Marshall

Women Ready to Face

Davis’ 21 points help YSU post rare victory on Saint Francis’ floor--Mahoning Valley Tribune Chronicle Sports
SFU Men’s Hoops Drops Back and Forth Battle Against Youngstown
Men's Basketball: Davis' Career Night Spearheads 70-65 Victory Over Saint

Women's Basketball Hosts Toledo in Home Opener

Men's Basketball Roundup - November 28--The Horizon League

Women's Basketball Roundup - November 28--The Horizon League

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