Thursday, February 21, 2008

News On The Horizon 2/21/2008

Men’s b-ball vindicates Cleveland St. loss with tough play--Butler Collegian Dawgnet
Butler Nudge4s Illinois-Chicago
Graves saves Bulldogs--The Indy Star
Butler escapes with 51-46 win over UIC--The Indy Star
Men's Basketball: Butler reaches lofty heights, but still out to prove it belongs--The Post-Tribune
Defense saves Butler again--Indy Star Butler Insider
Sagarin superior to RPI--Indy Star Butler Insider
Butler Arranges Free Parking Shuttle Service For Drake
No. 8 Butler Edges UIC In Final Road Contest,

Close game ends in favor of Bulldogs--Butler Collegian Dawgnet
Green Bay crushes visiting Bulldogs--Butler Collegian Dawgnet

A smart effort--Cleveland Plain Dealer
Jackson Flirts With Triple-Double in 74-64 Win Over
Vikings Host Marist in ESPNU BracketBusters

UDM falls late--The Detroit Free Press
Detroit Mercy gets edged by Wright St.--The Detroit News
Titans Nipped By WSU,
Catch Coach Mondro On The Horizon League

Women's Hoops on the Road at Valparaiso on

Butler defeats Illinois-Chicago--The Chicago Tribune
Bulldogs take it outside--The Chicago Sun-Times
UIC can't finish in loss to No. 8 Butler--Daily Herald
Mayo's effort falls short in loss to Butler--The NWI Times
Three spree helps Butler escape UIC--Whoosh!Net
Men's Basketball Edged By No. 8 Butler In Final Minute,

Women's Basketball Hosts Green Bay On "Think Pink"

Loyola holds off Valparaiso--The Chicago Tribune
Williams lifts Loyola--The Chicago Sun-Times
Loyola 68, Valparaiso 61--Daily Herald

Darrin Williams and Justin Cerasoli each scored 19 points, and Loyola (10-16, 6-10 Horizon League) celebrated senior night at the Gentile Center by beating Valparaiso (15-12, 6-9) to snap a three-game losing streak. Urule Igbavboa led Valparaiso with 15 points.

Mo-town mow down--The Phoenix
Loyola Dominates Boards, Earns 68-61 Victory Over Valpo On Senior
Ramblers Head East, Take On William & Mary Saturday

Two straight wins for women's bball--The Phoenix
Thumbs Up/ Thumbs Down--The Phoenix
Loyola Looks To Extend Winning Streak With Saturday Matinee Against

Men's basketball: Phoenix's road woes could prove costly--Green Bay Press Gazette
Youngstown State Sneaks Past Green Bay,

Women's basketball: Today's preview--Green Bay Press Gazette
Women's Basketball Aims For League Regular Season Title This

Green Bay Athletics to Host First Phoenix Fan

Vikings block inside track--Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Jackson Sparks Vikings Past

Panthers Head To Chicago To Take On Loyola

Williams, Cerasoli lead Loyola of Chicago to win over Valpo--The Indy Star
Fading VU blows another late lead to Loyola--The Post-Tribune
Men's Basketball: VU's Haanpaa out for year--The Post-Tribune
Trojans' Novak faces a tough, but familiar, choice--The Post-Tribune
Haanpaa out for the season--Off The Mark
Stat shot--Off The Mark
Valpo loses game, 3-point ace--The NWI Times
Sixth place doesn't sound so bad--The NWI Times
Crusaders confront life without Sam Haanpaa--VU with David Robb
Crusaders Fall to

Women's Basketball: VU eyes home game in tourney--The Post-Tribune
Kirby continues life of basketball--The NWI Times
Crusader Women Host Detroit Thursday to Begin Final

The Boubacar 2/21/2008 (Marathon Edition)--The Mid-Majority

And How 'Bout™ Wright State? Vaughn Duggins hit a jumper with 4.3 seconds left and the Raiders won their 10th straight, 59-58 over Detroit, to stay within striking distance of Butler (which won at UIC) in the Horizon League. The action in the Nutter Center this year is bound to drive fans nuts -- during the streak, WSU has won four of its last nine league games by one point.

WSU seniors bid farewell--Dayton Daily News
Win 20: One point was enough--Dayton Daily News
Archdeacon: A well-made decision of a lifetime--Dayton Daily News
Raiders win 11th straight, beat Detroit on trey in final seconds--Fairborn Daily Herald
Men Win 11th Straight; Defeat Detroit in Home

Penguins’ hot shooting topples Green Bay, 76-73--Youngstown Vindicator
Men's Basketball: Stellar 3-Point Shooting Leads Guins Past Phoenix,

Men's Basketball Roundup - February 20--The Horizon League

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