Wednesday, December 19, 2007

News On The Horizon 12/19/2007

Jukes finally can hit court as a Bulldog--The Indy Star
Butler is worth more than a look--The Chicago Tribune
Jukes' long-awaited debut--Indy Star Butler Insider
Butler Hosts Bradley In Pre-Holiday

Bulldogs Tangle With IPFW For Seventh-Straight

Ohio State Buckeyes defeat Cleveland State Vikings --Cleveland Plain Dealer Sports
Buckeyes bully Cleveland State--Youngstown Vindicator Sports
Diebler finds stroke in Buckeyes' victory--Toledo Blade
Waters News and Notes: Buckeye Week--The Fan Home of the Cleveland State Vikings
Vikings and Buckeyes Square Off Tonight at the Q--The Fan Home of the Cleveland State Vikings
OSU shows it can close--The Columbus Dispatch
Diebler, Buckeyes Light Up Cleveland State in 80-63
Vikings Topped By Buckeyes,

Tonight's game--The Detroit Free Press

Detroit Mercy

at Texas A&M

Matchup: Detroit Mercy 4-6; No. 14 Texas A&M 9-1.

Tip-off: 8, Reed Arena, College Station, Texas.

Radio: WDTW-AM (1310).

Overview: The Titans are on a four-game losing streak, even though senior guard Jon Goode has scored more than 20 points in each contest. Texas A&M's lone loss was a 78-67 defeat Dec. 2 at Arizona. The Aggies are led by Josh Carter, who averages 13.6 points and 4.6 rebounds per game.

UT tops Detroit for second time--Toledo Blade
Toledo Claims First Road Win of Season vs. Detroit, 55-40
Foster Promoted to Full-Time Assistant
Women's Basketball Falls to

No. 8 LSU 86, Illinois-Chicago 44--The Oakland Press

CANCUN, Mexico — After a slow start, Sylvia Fowles helped No. LSU take a big lead and then earned some rest.
Fowles scored 17 points to lead four players in double figures as the Lady Tigers routed Illinois-Chicago 86-44 on Tuesday at the Cancun Classic.
Fowles shot just 1-for-5 in the fi rst half, then opened the second half with back-to-back three-point plays. The senior center added a couple of layups as the Lady Tigers (8-2) extended their lead to 59-26, then was able to rest on the bench the remainder of the game.
“They doubled her all the time, but when (Ashley) Thomas started to make shots they have to come out and she took advantage,” LSU head coach Van Chancellor said.
Fowles played only 18 minutes as LSU won its fourth straight.
Quianna Chaney scored 14 points, Allison Hightower had 13 and Ashley Thomas added 10 for the Lady Tigers, who will face Miami on Wednesday to complete the two-day event.
“We played a complete game on both sides, it was a good win because tomorrow Miami will play tough, they are athletic and will give us trouble,” Chancellor said.
Jessica Miller led all UIC scorers with 12 points. The Flames (3-6) lost their fourth in a row and will play Wednesday against Southern Miss, which earlier lost to Miami.

Lady Tigers cruise to Classic win--The Advocate
Lady Tigers Put Out the Flames in Cancun,
Women's Basketball Falls To No. 8 LSU In Caribbean

For Loyola's Cerasoli, the wait is over--Daily Herald College Sports

Loyola Returns From Finals Break To Battle

Men Play Lone December Home Game Saturday Afternoon vs. Northern

Johnson dismissed from team--Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Sports-Colleges
Johnson Dismissed From Men's Basketball
Panthers Set To Host Central

Panthers Host North Dakota State Before Holiday
Edwards Named To Naismith Trophy Preseason Watch

Haanpää Named Scholar-Athlete of the
Crusaders Step Up to Take On

Valpo’s Hochstetler Named Horizon League Scholar-Athlete of the

Injured Raiders return to lineup--Dayton Daily News Sports
Raiders 'grind it out' against determined Bonnies--Dayton Daily News Sports
Raiders down St.
Wright State stymies Bonnies,
Men Hold Off St. Bonaventure

Women Face Another Tough Opponent on

Milwaukee's Edwards selected to the Naismith Trophy Preseason Watch List--The Horizon League
Women's Basketball Roundup - December 18--The Horizon League

Men's Basketball Roundup - December 18--The Horizon League

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