Thursday, January 31, 2008

News On The Horizon 1/31/2008

Eight Former Athletes Chosen For Butler Hall Of

Watson turns to tough defense for starring role with Vikings--Cleveland Plain Dealer
Vikings look to right ship against UIC--Cleveland Plain Dealer
The Breyohn Watson File--Cleveland Plain Dealer

AREA COLLEGE HOOPS: Tonight's college basketball game--The Detroit Free Press


Matchup: Detroit Mercy 4-15, 0-9 Horizon; Wisconsin-Milwaukee 12-8, 7-3.

Tip-off: 7, Calihan Hall.

Radio: WDTW-AM (1310).

Line: Even.

Overview: The Titans almost notched their first Horizon League victory at Milwaukee on Jan. 5, leading late before losing, 55-53. The Panthers have won nine of 10. Paige Paulsen leads Wisconsin-Milwaukee in scoring at 15.3 points per game.

Titans Ready For Second Battle With
Winners of Essay Contest

Women's Hoops to Face Loyola on the

Men's Basketball Hosts Cleveland State On Thursday

Women's Basketball Faces Wright State On Thursday

The last crusade--Loyola Phoenix
Thumbs Up/ Thumbs Down--Loyola Phoenix

Loyola Opens Up Weekend Home Slate Against

Men's basketball: Schachtner draws attention--Green Bay Press Gazette
Green Bay to Host Dick Bennett Night Feb.
Phoenix Looks For Third Straight Win Thursday

Proficient at turnarounds--Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

Men's Basketball: Slow starts have plagued Crusaders in recent weeks--The Post-Tribune
Men's Basketball: Nine-day layoff may not be enough for VU's Huff--The Post-Tribune
Men's Basketball: Trip to Wisconsin reality check for Cleveland St.--The Post-Tribune
Loss to Loyola makes Butler tilt even bigger--The Post-Tribune

Women's Basketball: Valparaiso in search of consistency--The Post-Tribune
VU's Katie Emig poised to contribute after injuries--The NWI Times

WSU hopes winning will bring fans back--Dayton Daily News
WSU vs. UW-Green Bay preview--Dayton Daily News

Penguins look for season sweep--Mahoning Valley Tribune Chronicle
Men's Basketball: YSU Heads to Windy City Searching For

Penguin women want to change luck on road--Mahoning Valley Tribune Chronicle
Women's Basketball Renews Rivalry With Visit to Valparaiso

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