Friday, November 9, 2007

News On The Horizon 11/9/2007

2-man crew in backcourt leads 'Dogs--The Indy Star
Bulldogs' Campbell is ready--The Indy Star

Explosive second half leads Bulldogs to exhibition victory--Butler Collegian Dawgnet Sports
Colossal Second-Half Powers Bulldogs Past Hoosier Lady Stars In Preseason
Bulldogs Open 2007-08 Slate At Home Against Ohio On

Transfers of power?--Cleveland Plain Dealer Sports
Breakdown--Cleveland Plain Dealer Sports
A look at the Horizon League--Cleveland Plain Dealer Sports
CSU basketball tonight--Cleveland Plain Dealer Sports
Gary Waters News and Notes--The Fan Home of the Cleveland State Vikings
Vikings Open 2007-08 Season at USF on

Rooted interest in Wisconsin--Cleveland Plain Dealer Sports

UDM guard Brandon Cotton reinstated for season opener--The Detroit Free Press
Brandon Cotton, Detroit Mercy--The Detroit News
League preview: Horizon--The Detroit News

UDM (11-19, 6-10): The Titans will be guard-oriented with three seniors, all guards, returning. Michael Harrington, a 6-8 junior from Kankakee (Kan.) Community College, could emerge as the team's top inside player.

League: Butler is again the team to beat. Seniors A.J. Graves (6-1) and Mike Green (6-1) were named to the preseason first-team all-league team.

Tom Markowski

Titans Open At Home When Kent State Comes Calling On
Cotton Reinstated To UDM Basketball

Around the state: Horizon--The Detroit News

Detroit Mercy (5-26, 1-15): Joyce Massey (14.9 ppg) was named preseason first-team all-league.

Women's Hoops to Open Season at Western

Collins back in the saddle at UIC--The Chicago Tribune
He's a great ballprayer--The Chicago Sun-Times
Bradley to provide exciting opener--Whoosh!Net

Women's Basketball Heads To Michigan For Season

Loyola counts on more 3-pointers--The Chicago Tribune
Loyola Lifts Lid On 2007-08 Season Against
Rambler Students Encouraged To Stop By Rambler Rally

Loyola Rolls Past Purdue-Calumet In Exhibition Tune-Up,

College basketball games (men's and women's)

Oakland at Wisconsin-Green Bay

Matchup: Oakland 19-14 last season; Wisconsin-Green Bay 18-15.

Tip-off: 8:05, Resch Center, Green Bay, Wis.

Radio: WDTW-AM (1310).

Overview: Oakland played up-and-down basketball in a 115-94 exhibition win Monday against Windsor and was led by Derick Nelson's 21 points.

Men's basketball season preview: Phoenix leans on freshmen--Green Bay Press Gazette Sports
Men's basketball: Oakland at UWGB preview--Green Bay Press Gazette Sports

Women's basketball: New era begins with new season--Green Bay Press Gazette Sports
Women's basketball: UWGB at Drake preview--Green Bay Press Gazette Sports
Regular Season Begins Friday at Home for Green Bay

Big man commits to UWM--Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Sports-Colleges
Panthers Start Regular Season With Upper

Milwaukee Opens Season At Chicago State

NCAA Division I outlooks: Valparaiso--The Indy Star

2006-07 record: 16-15 (9-5 Mid-Continent, now called the Summit League).
Indy connections: Brandon McPherson (Lawrence North), Matt Bennett (Brebeuf Jesuit).
What's to like: The Crusaders return 94 percent of their scoring, including their top seven scorers for 19th-year coach Homer Drew. Samuel Haanpaa, a 6-8 guard from Finland (12 ppg) led Valpo in scoring as a freshman last year. Junior Brandon McPherson shot 44.8 percent from 3-point range, second best in the league.
What's not to like: Valpo moves to the Horizon League this year and the competition will get tougher. The Crusaders have at least seven games against NCAA Tournament teams in Butler (twice), Wright State (twice), North Carolina, Vanderbilt and Wisconsin.
Did you know? Freshman Bryan Bouchie of Washington is the son of Steve Bouchie, the 1979 Indiana Mr. Basketball.
-- Compiled by Jeff Rabjohns

Valpo sees good things on horizon--The Chicago Tribune
Diebler leaves practice early--VU with David Robb
Crusaders Open Season Monday Against

WOMEN'S BASKETBALL: Farris looks to expand her game--The Post-Tribune
New Valpo era begins with a tough schedule--The Post-Tribune
Women's basketball cap: Valparaiso at Bowling Green--The NWI Times
Ott looks to help Crusaders rebound quickly--The NWI Times
Valparaiso women's basketball schedule/roster/key games--The NWI Times
Peller's battle wages on for body and position--The NWI Times

Raiders aiming to be among elite--Dayton Daily News Sports
Interactive roster: Bios and stats for the 2007-08 Raider men's basketball team--Dayton Daily News Sports

Search for themselves: Unproven Penguins hope to establish identity early in season--The Jambar

Strength with experience: Experienced Penguins look to make noise in Horizon League--The Jambar
Women's Basketball Opens 2007-08 Campaign at Buffalo

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