Thursday, April 17, 2008

News On The Horizon 4/17/2008

Butler lands 2 basketball recruits--The Indy Star
Success breeds opportunity--The Indy Star
Stevens gets some security with 7-year contract--The Indy Star
Sports Digest--The NWI Times

College basketball

BUTLER INKS TWO: The signings of guards Shelvin Mack of Lexington (Ky.) Bryan Station and Ronald Nored of Homewood, Ala., give Butler five new players for Brad Stevens, who earlier this week signed a seven-year contract extension after producing a school- and Horizon League record 30 wins in his first season as coach.

Last fall, Stevens also signed three Indiana high school players -- 6-foot-8 Gordon Hayward of Class 4A champion Brownsburg; 6-7 Garrett Butcher, a first-team All-State pick from Edgewood; and 6-3 Chase Stigall of New Castle.

"We're thrilled to have these five players in our program," Stevens said. "They all fit in well in our system and each is committed to team success."

Great recruiting class lacks size--Indy Star Butler Insider
Butler Signs Two Men's Basketball

Viking Basketball Signs Two For

UDM coach is at work--The Detroit Free Press
Women's Basketball Inks Two

Women's basketball: Shaw signs with Phoenix--Green Bay Press Gazette
Women's Basketball Announces Postseason Team
Shaw Signs National Letter of Intent for Green Bay Women's

Men's basketball: Phoenix hopes for quick impact from latest recruit--Green Bay Press Gazette
Green Bay Men's Basketball Signs

Jorgenson will play at UWM--Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Panthers Complete Recruiting Class With

Bouchie transfer a big blow, but can be overcome--The Post-Tribune

Adams officially signs with VU women's hoops--The NWI Times
Betsy Adams Signs National Letter of Intent to Play at

Martin Names Arizona’s Bernard Scott Top Assistant

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