Sunday, December 30, 2007

News On The Horizon 12/30/2007

BUTLER 66, BALL ST. 49--The Indy Star

Susan Lester scored 25 points and grabbed six rebounds as the Bulldogs (10-1) beat the host Cardinals (4-9). Lade Akande added 12 points with seven rebounds for Butler. Lisa Rusche scored 20 points to pace Ball State.

Butler blog on holiday--Indy Star Butler Insider

BSU women's basketball struggles continue with home loss to Butler--Muncie Star Press
Women’s Basketball Falls To Butler
Late Defensive Stand Halts Ball State As Butler Wins,

Kent opens its door for another win--Cleveland Plain Dealer Sports
Influence of Cleveland State men's basketball coach Gary Waters still apparent at Kent State--Cleveland Plain Dealer Sports
Flashes' Hot Shooting Put Away Vikings--The Fan Home of the Cleveland State Vikings
Kent State Shoots Down Cleveland State
CSU Stumbles Against Kent State,

Vikings victorious at buzzer--Cleveland Plain Dealer Sports
AU Women's Basketball Loses at the Buzzer to Cleveland State,
Klein's Buzzer Beater Gives CSU 65-63 Win over

DePaul thwarts Detroit Mercy--The Detroit Free Press
Tucker makes most of trip home--The Chicago Tribune
DEPAUL 70, DETROIT 64: Demons hold off Titans--The Chicago Sun-Times
Men’s Basketball Wins Second
Titans Stage Late Rally, Come Up Short Against

Flames' streak ends at 5--The Chicago Tribune
Flames' win streak ends--The Chicago Sun-Times
Linhart steadies Zips' ship--Akron Beacon Journal
Undermanned Flames come up just short--Whoosh!Net
Men's Basketball Gets By UIC, 79-73, Wins Fifth
Men's Basketball's Win Streak Halted At Akron,

An easy night for Ramblers--The Chicago Tribune
A family man, indeed--The Chicago Sun-Times
Ramblers rumble to rout--The Chicago Sun-Times
SMU men no match for Division I Loyola--Winona Daily News
Cardinals can't keep pace with Division I
Loyola Rolls Past Saint Mary's (Minn.),

MSU offense soars; defense sputters--The Oakland Press
Michigan St Beats Green Bay,
Men's basketball: Phoenix defense can't keep up with No. 7 Spartans--Green Bay Press Gazette Sports
MSU victorious against Wisconsin-Green Bay--The State News
Michigan State Too Much for Green Bay in 93-75
Green Bay Falls to No. 7 Michigan State,

Women's basketball: Phoenix erupts in 2nd half--Green Bay Press Gazette Sports
Picked apart: Wisconsin-Green Bay dismantles SIU women--Southern Illinoisan
Women's Basketball falls to Wisconsin-Green Bay,
Women's Basketball Ends Non-Conference Slate with 82-65 Win Over Southern

Panthers enjoy break in clouds--Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Sports-Colleges
Late Rally Falls Short in 80-66 Loss to
Paulsen Sparks Panthers To Impressive Road

Milwaukee Hosts La Salle In New Year's Eve

Men's basketball: VU scheming to slow Carolina, dreaming of upset--The Post-Tribune
VU's move to Horizon League helps break chains of 1998--The Post-Tribune
VU's Haanpaa now a marked man--The NWI Times
Home has become a haven for VU--VU with David Robb
It's Gameday--Crusader Sports Blog

Brown's 26 points, Wilson's 17 boards lift Raiders in OT--Dayton Daily News Sports
Wright St. 78, Belmont 74 (OT)

Todd Brown scored 24 points to help Wright State beat Belmont in overtime at the Dr Pepper Tournament at Chattanooga.

With three seconds left in regulation, Jordan Campbell made a layup to tie the score at 60-60 for Belmont (7-6) and force overtime.

Belmont's Justin Hare made two free throws in the extra period to tie the game at 63-63. But Scottie Wilson made a dunk seconds later to put Wright State (7-3) on top for good.

Shane Dansby and Hare both finished with 13 points a piece for Belmont.

The Raiders' shot 49.1 percent from the field, compared to 39.7 percent for the Bruins.

Men Defeat Belmont in Overtime at Dr. Pepper

Good foul shooting helps YSU to victory--Mahoning Valley Tribune Chronicle Sports
Frigid second-half shooting effort sends Rock to fifth straight
Men's Basketball: Strong Second-Half Effort Lifts Penguins Past SRU,

Men's Basketball Roundup - December 29 (Part 1)--The Horizon League
Men's Basketball Roundup - December 29 (Part 2)--The Horizon League

Women's Basketball Roundup - December 29--The Horizon League

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