Sunday, March 16, 2008

News On The Horizon 3/16/2008

Butler ignores the number crunchers on eve of NCAA seeding--The Indy Star

Cleveland State vs. Wright State--Cleveland Plain Dealer

Detroit Mercy basketball season ends with injuries, loss of coach--The Detroit Free Press

Women's basketball: UWGB's NCAA hopes dim--Green Bay Press Gazette

Edwards Named To Horizon League All-Tournament

Women's basketball: Crusaders women endured some painful lessons this season--The Post-Tribune
Quality of play usually suffers at tourney time--The Post-Tribune

The ESPY award for a bad conference tournament game, though, goes to Valparaiso and Wis.-Green Bay. In a hideous display of basketball, the Crusaders prevailed 75-67 over the travel-weary Phoenix, who were perhaps stung by the retirement of Brett Favre on the same day.

The two teams, in a game that lasted more than two hours, combined for 51 fouls and 35 turnovers. Their aggregate field-goal shooting percentage was around 35 percent.

Valpo in the CBI? We'll see...--Off The Mark
VU prefers NIT, but would play in CBI--VU with David Robb

Horizon League title, NCAA bid on line for Wright State women--Dayton Daily News
Raiders want chance to play on--Dayton Daily News

YSU’s newest recruit--Mahoning Valley Tribune Chronicle

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