Thursday, July 2, 2009

News On The Horizon 7/3/2009

Red-hot rivalries burn down the
Honorable mention

Butler-Cleveland State: The Vikings upset the Horizon League heavyweight Bulldogs on their home floor to earn the automatic NCAA tournament bid last season, then backed it up with a first-round upset romp over Wake Forest. Butler will start the season ranked (possibly highly ranked), providing an even bigger target for Cleveland State. With Gary Waters coaching the Vikings, this rivalry will be an underrated gem.

The NCAA Selection Committee changes their last 12 games rule--Ballin' is a Habit
Matchups set for Jimmy V
Jimmy V Gets a Bit of an Underwhelming Showcase--College Hoops Journal

IU, Butler in Jimmy V--The Indy Star
U.S. under-19 routs Iran--The Indy Star
Nored has leg fracture--The Indy Star
Mack effective as USA point guard--Indy Star Butler Insider
Mack stands in as USA captain--Indy Star Butler Insider
Brust's Iowa commitment not a good sign--Indy Star Butler Insider
Hayward, Mack named to U.S.A. Basketball U-19 roster--Dawgnet News
USA Cruises To Opening Round Win In U19 World
USA Defeats France At U19 World
Butler To Meet Georgetown At Madison Square

Akron, CSU and Kent hoops schedules coming together--Cleveland Plain Dealer

Detroit Mercy to take exhibition tour of Spain--The Detroit News
Titans Plan Basketball Exhibition Tour To

Women's Basketball Team Camp A

Scott VanderMeer To Play For Indiana Pacers In NBA Summer

Chapman Named Coordinator Of Men's Basketball Operations At

Women's basketball: Newman's Thomas selects UWGB--Green Bay Press Gazette

Men's basketball: Phoenix gives scholarship to recruit Semanas--Green Bay Press Gazette

World University Games Update--Panther Blog Zone

Deja VU for the Knicks--Inside VU Sports

WSU's newest basketball recruit isn't an average freshman--Dayton Daily News
Raiders land 1st recruit for 2010--Dayton Daily News
WSU gets first commitment for 2010--Mark Katz's Blog

Finnish pro basketball team signs YSU’s Niemi--Youngstown Vindicator
Guard Mikko Niemi Signs Finnish Professional Basketball

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