Thursday, January 3, 2008

News On The Horizon 1/3/2008

Butler Hosts New League Foe

Bulldogs Open League Slate At Valpo On

Vikings Look Forward to Conference Play--The Fan Home of the Cleveland State Vikings

Five underrated areas for hoops talent in Michigan--The Detroit News
Titans Begin New Year In

Women's Hoops to Open New Year at

Men's Basketball Heads East To Face Youngstown

Women's Basketball Opens League Play Against Youngstown

Loyola Opens Horizon League Season At Cleveland

Women's basketball: Phoenix enters league play in high gear--Green Bay Press Gazette Sports
Horizon League women's basketball preview: Butler, picked 3rd, off to hot start--Green Bay Press Gazette Sports
Green Bay Athletics Announces Game Time Changes for Women's
Women's Basketball Starts Horizon League Play at Detroit, Wright

Men's basketball: Horizon League at high point--Green Bay Press Gazette Sports

Crazy but true: Panthers could snag league crown--Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Sports-Colleges
Panthers Look To Continue Winning

Panthers Open League Season At Wright State

Crusaders play the heavy in warm-up for No. 16 Butler--The Post-Tribune
Three top-tier conference showdowns set for Saturday--The Post-Tribune
VU surges past Indiana Wesleyan in second half--The NWI Times
Wildcats stomped by Div. I Valparaiso Crusaders--Marion Chronicle-Tribune
Strong First Half for Men’s Basketball in Loss at NCAA Division I
Crusaders Blitz Indiana Wesleyan In Second

'She shows us what we need to do'--The Post-Tribune

Butler favored, but league has surprises--Dayton Daily News Sports
WSU aims to end Milwaukee slump--Dayton Daily News Sports
WSU vs. Milwaukee preview--Dayton Daily News Sports

High-percentage shots key for YSU’s success--Mahoning Valley Tribune Chronicle Sports
Men's Basketball: Penguins Resume League Play Against

Women's Basketball Opens Horizon League Play, Hosts

Men's Basketball Roundup - January 2--The Horizon League

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