Monday, November 30, 2009

News On The Horizon 11/30/2009

Stitt's free throws lift Clemson over
Morning Shootaround--Ballin' is a Habit

76 Classic
* Clemson 70, Butler 69: In what may have been the game of the night, Clemson rallied from a 12 points deficit to hand Butler their second loss of the tournament. The Tigers made their run when they dropped back from their full court press into a trapping half court defense. Down 67-62, Clemson hit back-to-back three to take the lead, the second of which was made by Andre Young from deep in the corner with just 1:32 to play. A Matt Howard tip-in gave Butler the lead back, and after both teams missed a shot, Demontez Stitt penetrated and drew a foul with 3.3 seconds left, hitting both free throws. His 19 points led the Tigers. Trevor Booker blocked a Shelvin Mack three pointer and then broke up the ensuing in bounds to seal the game. He finished with 12 points and 12 boards and Willie Veasley did an excellent job on him defensively. Mack finished the game with 15, 8 boards, and 4 assists, while Gordon Hayward had 20 and 12 boards for the Bulldogs.

Big opportunity slips away for Butler--The Indy Star
Offense returns when Bulldogs attack--The Indy Star
Anaheim blog 10: Team is OK, but what about everyone else?--Indy Star Butler Insider
Anaheim blog 11: Hayward on all-tourney team--Indy Star Butler Insider
Butler Falls To #19 Clemson In Closing

Women's Basketball on the Road, Again, for Tuesday Match-Up at Indiana

Flames fall at hands of Redbirds--UIC Chicago Flame

First big win for women's basketball--UIC Chicago Flame
Women's Basketball Looks to Build Streak Tonight Against

Chicago City Rankings - 11/
Early season look at individual offensive

Women's basketball: UWGB continues its winning ways on the road--Green Bay Press Gazette
Quilling makes return--UWGB Basketball
Quilling Returns to Action as Green Bay Wins Fourth Road

Men's basketball: Cotton, defense boost Phoenix over North Dakota--Green Bay Press Gazette
Former UWGB guard finds success in coaching--UWGB Basketball
Cotton, Phoenix Defense Dominate North

Horizon Refs let ‘em play--UWM Post Sports Blog
Eayrs Earns League Player Of The Week

Basketball Radio Shows Make Harry's Debut Monday

Panthers Fall In See-Saw Battle With Seattle,

Bright lights, big games: Flittner, Wood light up the Dean Dome--The Kokomo Tribune
Johnson leads VU to 2-1 mark at tournament--The Post-Tribune
VU men's basketball team leaves Georgia with win--The NWI Times
Wood Named to Legends Classic All-Tournament
Valpo Closes Legends Classic With Win Over Arkansas-Fort

Better shooting, rebounds needed--Youngstown Vindicator
Men's Basketball Takes On Elite Eight Participant
Late Panthers Push Leads to 72-56 Defeat of Men's

Slow Start to Second Half Dooms Guins in 76-67 Loss to
Weber State Gets Hot in Second Half to Win

Men's Basketball Scoreboard - Nov. 29--The Horizon League
Milwaukee's Eayrs named Men's Basketball Player of the Week--The Horizon League
Men's Basketball Weekly Release #3--The Horizon League

Women's Basketball Scoreboard -- Nov. 29--The Horizon League
Jessica Roque named Women's Basketball Player of the Week--The Horizon League
Women's Basketball Scoreboard -- Nov. 30--The Horizon League
Getting Comfortable On the Bench--Horizon League Network

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