Sunday, November 23, 2008

News On The Horizon 11/23/2008

Bulldogs breeze before 1st real tests--The Indy Star
Each game, no matter the score, helps Dawgs grow--Indy Star Butler Insider
Butler Races Past IU-South Bend,

Kansas State holds off Cleveland State 69-59--The Manhattan Mercury
Kansas State defeats Cleveland State 69-59--Kansas City Star
Slow start dooms Vikings as Kansas State rolls--Cleveland Plain Dealer
Men win on the road in Cleveland--K State Collegian
Wildcats Raid Vikings,
Vikings Rally Comes Up Short Against Kansas

Vikings Drop Heartbreaker to Ball State,

Titans beat EMU, 62-47, for first win--The Detroit Free Press

Detroit Mercy 70, Georgia 66: Zemora Davis scored 20 points, and Lauren Allen had 13 points and 11 rebounds for the host Titans (1-2). UDM had a 54-44 lead with 9:49 left, but Georgia (2-1), ranked 23rd in the USA Today/ESPN coaches poll, rallied to tie at 64 with 1:30 remaining. Davis hit a go-ahead jumper, and the Titans were 4-for-4 from the free-throw line down the stretch. Brigid Mulroy scored 15 points for the Titans.

UDM turns back Eastern--The Detroit News
There’s no place like home for Titans--The Oakland Press
Eagles lose third game, Frazier leads all scorers--The Echo
Eastern Drops a 62-47 Decision at
Titans Second Half Surge Lifts UDM To a 15-Point Victory Over Eastern
Titans Stun #23 Georgia,

Demons hold on in city showdown--The Chicago Sun-Times
Intracity battle goes DePaul's way--Daily Herald
Flames come up a little short--Whoosh!Net
Men’s Basketball Wins at
Furious Rally By Men's Basketball Falls Short Against

Women's Basketball Beats Bradley In Season Opener,

Loyola (Chicago) 54, Western Michigan 51--The Detroit Free Press

J.R. Blount scored 17 points, including three in the final 32 seconds, for the visiting Ramblers (2-2). David Kool led Western Michigan (1-4) with 16 points. The Broncos missed more than 70% of their shots, making 15 of 51, including 4-for-17 from three-point range. Shawntes Gary (12 points) had a chance to force overtime, but missed a three-pointer from the left side of the court as time ran out. The loss broke Western Michigan's 11-game home-court win streak.

Hawkins: 'This is my fault'--Kalamazoo Gazette
Blount, Ramblers snap Broncos' streak--The Chicago Sun-Times
Blount carries Loyola to win over Western Michigan--The Southtown Star
Loyola feels fortunate to earn win over Broncos--Western Herald
Men’s basketball falls to Loyola, 54-51--Western Herald
Broncos Drop Defensive Struggle to Loyola,
Loyola Outlasts Western Michigan In Defensive Struggle,
Ramblers Head To New York, Face Cornell Monday In NIT Season

Loyola Pulls Away From Chicago State, Grabs First Win of Season,

Men's basketball: Phoenix gets big rebound win--Green Bay Press Gazette
Herd Men Drop Tough Decision to UW-Green Bay at Glenn Wilkes
Green Bay Takes Down Marshall,

Women's basketball: New season, new result for UWGB against Drake--Green Bay Press Gazette
Women's basketball fights off Drake to remain

No. 15 Marquette outruns
Golden Eagles toast of the town--Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Jeter gets temporary refuge--Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Men's basketball team defeats UWM 100-80--Marquette Tribune
Game 5 vs. Marquette Preview--UWM Post Sports Blog
Game 5 vs. Marquette Halftime Report--UWM Post Sports Blog
Live Blog: MBB at Marquette--Panther Blog Zone
No. 15/17 Marquette Pulls Away From Milwaukee 100-80 In Crosstown
Offensive Firepower Sends Marquette Past

Edwards paces Panthers--Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Live Blog: WBB @ Air Force--Panther Blog Zone
Panthers Hold Off Air Force For First Win Of The

Iona rolls past Valparaiso, 75-55--The Indy Star
Iona provides too tall of a task for VU in Paradise Jam--The Post-Tribune
Tough first half costs Crusaders against Iona in men's hoops--The NWI Times
Poor Shooting Dooms Crusaders in

Valpo Women Head to Central Michigan for

Central Michigan 70, Wright State 68 (OT)--The Detroit Free Press

Robbie Harman hit a three-pointer with 1.4 seconds to play in overtime to win it for the host Chippewas (2-2). Harman scored nine points, including a three-pointer with 7 seconds left in regulation, to force overtime. Jeremy Allen scored 22 points to lead CMU, which overcame a 59-49 lead by Wright State (0-2) with 4:07 left.

Duggins, Brown struggle again--Dayton Daily News
Raiders have 10-point lead slip away, fall in overtime--Dayton Daily News
Preview: Wright State vs. Miami--Dayton Daily News
Central Michigan defeats Wright State 70-68 in OT--Fairborn Daily Herald
Men come back to beat Wright State in overtime--CM Life
Harman's Clutch Shooting Leads CMU to Overtime Victory Over Wright State,
Men's Basketball Drops Heartbreaker at Central

Women's Basketball Drops Season Opener at

YSU men’s basketball team wallops Div. III Allegheny--Youngstown Vindicator
Gator men fall to Division I Youngstown State, 96-59--Allegheny
Six Score in Double Figures as Penguins Down Gators,

YSU women defeated--Youngstown Vindicator
Penguins' Second-Half Run Comes Up Short Against

Men's Basketball Scoreboard -- Nov. 22--The Horizon League
ATB: Weekend Wrap--Rush The Court

Marquette 100, UW-Milwaukee 80. Marquette’s Wesley Matthews and Lazar Hayward each had 25 pts in a blowout win over crosstown rival UW-Milwaukee. Matthews is up to a fantastic start this year, averaging 26/7/4 over three games.

Cleveland State's Dominique Butler Named Women's Basketball Player of the Week--The Horizon League

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