Alabama prep player selects Butler--The Indy Star
Point guard makes commitment to Butler--The Indy Star
Patriots' Nored gets WKU release, now Butler-bound--Birmingham News
Bulldogs Complete Record-Setting Season--ButlerSports.com
Butler Awards New Contract To Brad Stevens--ButlerSports.com
Butler Posts First 20-Win Season Since 1997-98--ButlerSports.com
Detroit Hires Ray McCallum As Head Basketball Coach--detroittitans.com
Horizon League Headlines--The Chicago Flame
Men's basketball: UWGB hires assistant coach--Green Bay Press Gazette
Thorpe Added to Green Bay Basketball Staff--uwgbathletics.com
Botham makes Madison Sports Hall of Fame--Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Botham To Be Inducted Into Madison Sports Hall of Fame--uwmpanthers.com
Bouchie leaving VU basketball team--The Post-Tribune
Bouchie leaving VU--Off The Mark
Porter County Sport Briefs--The NWI Times
BASKETBALL CAMPS | Valparaiso
The Valparaiso men's basketball team will host four basketball camps this summer staffed by Crusaders' players and coaching staff for youths of various age and skill levels. The One-Day Elite Camp, for high level players grades 9-12, will be held on June 14 from 1-4:30 p.m. and will include advanced instruction, 3-on-3 and 5-on-5 play, skill testing and an NCAA seminar. Cost is $30 per person. The Valpo Mini Camp and Valpo Basketball School programs will run from June 16-19. The Mini Camp, for children ages 5-7, will run from 9-11:30 a.m. and will feature daily contests and games. Cost is $110 per person. The Basketball School, for children ages 8-14, will run from 9 a.m. to noon and will include daily lectures/teaching sessions, fundamental stations, 3-on-3 and 5-on-5 play, and daily contests and prizes. Cost is $160/person. The Valpo Basketball Academy, for ages 8-14, will take place July 28-Aug. 1 from 9 a.m.-5 p.m. each day and will include similar activities as the Basketball
FYI: Call (219) 464-5254.
GIRLS BASKETBALL CAMPS | Valparaiso
The Valparaiso University women's basketball teams will be holding camps a variety of camps this June and July.
Camp schedule is Skills Day I and Varsity Prep Camps June 23-26, Elite Camp June 24, Team Camp June 27-28, and Skill Day Camp II July 21-24.
The Skills Day Camps are designed for girls grades 2-8 to develop their fundamental skills and will include daily competitions and a written evaluation at the conclusion of the camp.
Varsity Prep Camp is new this year and is designed for serious high school athletes who want/need to improve their skills as well as game situation preparedness.
Elite Camp is a teaching and competition camp for players grades 10-12 with successful varsity experience.
Team Camp is designed for varsity or JV teams and their coaches.
FYI: Contact Marla Liesch at (219) 464-5146 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Bouchie’s transfer leaves VU lacking in the post--VU with David Robb
Bouchie to Transfer From Crusader Program--www.valpo.edu
YSU Sports digest--Youngstown Vindicator
CANFIELD — YSU is one of 32 winners in the NCAA Div. I “Pack the House” Challenge.
Colleges and universities urged fans across the country to “Pack the House” for selected women’s basketball games from January 1 through February 17.
YSU hosted its event during the women’s basketball game against Detroit on Jan. 19.
There were 2,567 fans attending the Beeghly Center game.
The Penguins received a $500 award from the NCAA that is being donated to the Youngstown/Mahoning Valley United Way.
A new chapter for Penguin basketball--The Jambar
Team honored at banquet, Davis named Most Valuable Player--The Jambar