Friday, January 18, 2008

News On The Horizon 1/28/2008

Bulldogs fall 2 back in loss column--The Indy Star
Bulldogs rip on Bulldogs--Indy Star Butler Insider
Butler Unable To Take Horizon League Lead; Lose To Cleveland State

Green Bay Halts Butler,

Vikings thrill hungry crowd--Cleveland Plain Dealer Sports
Cleveland State has picture-perfect victory--Cleveland Plain Dealer Sports
Cleveland State Stuns No. 12
Welcome Back Cleveland State--The Fan Home of the Cleveland State Vikings
Vikings Upset No. 12 Butler,
Valparaiso Next For Streaking

Resolute Vikings drub Titans--Cleveland Plain Dealer Sports
Vikings Defeat Detroit,
Vikings Put Four-Game Home Win Streak on Line Against Wright

MEN'S HOOPS: Loyola edges Titans, 71-65--The Detroit Free Press
Loyola of Chicago 71, Detroit Mercy 65--The Oakland Press

CHICAGO — J.R. Blount had 23 points and Leon Young added 19 off the bench as Loyola of Chicago used a flurry of late free throws to beat Detroit Mercy.
The Ramblers led by as many as 10 points midway through the second half, but Detroit tied the game at 63 on a 3-pointer by Jon Goode with 2:30 left. Goode led the Titans with a career-high 30 points.
Young broke the tie with a pair of free throws with 1:57 left and Blount
added another pair with 1:34 remaining.
After Goode cut the lead with his final basket of the night with a minute left, Detroit failed to score again.
Loyola added four free throws in the final 2.7 seconds when Detroit’s Michael Harrington was called for a personal foul and a technical. Young and Blount each added two free throws on that play for the final margin.
The victory broke a four-game losing streak for Loyola (6-11, 2-5 Horizon) and was the 11th loss in a row for the Titans (4-13, 0-7).
Chris Hayes with 13 was the only Titan besides Goode in double figures.

UDM's Last Second Shot Comes Up Short At

Titans Falter at Cleveland
Titans to Play at Youngstown State on

Flames get shot down from long range--The Chicago Tribune
Arc madness fells Flames--The Chicago Sun-Times
Perfect home record suffers Brown-out--Whoosh!Net
Men's Basketball Edged By Wright State,

Blount helps Ramblers stand tall--The Chicago Tribune
Bench fuels Ramblers' win--The Chicago Sun-Times
Loyola stays out of Horizon basement--Daily Herald College Sports
Bench Helps Boost Loyola Past Detroit,
Ramblers Aim For Second Straight Win, Host Wright State

Women's basketball: Inside game boosts Phoenix--Green Bay Press Gazette Sports
Women's Basketball Shuts Down Butler

Men's basketball: Less is more for UWM--Green Bay Press Gazette Sports

Johnson to leave UWM--Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Sports-Colleges
Panthers Back In Action Saturday In Green

Panthers win 500th--Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Sports-Colleges
Panthers Knock Off Valpo, 68-62, For 500th All-Time

McPherson sparks strong second half--The Post-Tribune
VU wins at less than best--The NWI Times
Seriously, Butler no longer team to beat?--VU with David Robb
Crusaders Use Timely Shooting to Win at Youngstown

Crusaders finished by cold shooting--The Post-Tribune
Wisconsin-Milwaukee wins 500th game, beating VU women--The NWI Times
Milwaukee Snaps Valpo’s 11-Game Home Win

Raiders' late trey snuffs Flames--Dayton Daily News Sports
WSU vs. UIC preview--Dayton Daily News Sports
Raiders hit 13 3-pointers in win over UIC--Fairborn Daily Herald
Men Hold Off UIC

Women Fall at Youngstown

Penguins are own worst enemy in loss to Valpo--Mahoning Valley Tribune Chronicle Sports
Men's Basketball: Solid Defensive Effort Not Enough in 67-61 Loss to

Women's Basketball Outlasts Wright State For 61-58

Men's Basketball Roundup - January 17--The Horizon League

Women's Basketball Roundup - January 17--The Horizon League

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