Friday, January 15, 2010

News On The Horizon 1/15/2010

ATB--Rush The Court

Other Games of National Interest.
* #22 Butler 64, Cleveland State 55. Butler’s two stars, Gordon Hayward and Matt Howard, had only three FGs between them tonight, their lowest combined output since nearly a year ago against Wisconsin-Milwaukee (another win). Willie Veasley (16 pts) and Shelvin Mack (15/4/4 assts) picked up the pace for the Bulldogs, though, as the team moved to 6-0 in the Horizon League.

The State of the Other 24: Week 5--The Mid-Majority

2. Butler (Horizon League), 101.794, 12-4 (5-0)

Butler is coming off what appears to be the toughest road swing in the Horizon League this season, at Detroit and at Wright State. It wasn't easy, but the Bulldogs managed to win both last week. In the process they acquired a two-game advantage in the HL standings, and appear ready to let everyone else fight it out for 2nd place. So how has Butler gotten it together of the past few weeks? Well, for starters, Horizon League play was good medicine. But, Shelvin Mack has had an increased presence on the offensive end. He put together three leading-scorer performances against Green Bay, Milwaukee, and Wright State to help Butler get back on track. However, his points appear to be coming at the expense of a reduced offensive role for Matt Howard.

Bulldogs dig a deep hole but find their way out of it--The Indy Star
Butler crowds declining--Indy Star Butler Insider
Bulldogs Overtake Cleveland State In Second

CSU Shoots Past Bulldogs,

College Basketball Roundup--Cleveland Plain Dealer

Cleveland State 81, Butler 68 The Vikings shot a seasonbest 53 percent from the field and beat the Bulldogs in a Horizon League game at the Wolstein Center.

The Vikings (8-3, 3-2) also scored a season high, and snapped a three-game losing streak to Butler. The Bulldogs slipped to 9-6 and 2-2. Kailey Klein of CSU finished with 19 points, 12 rebounds and eight assists, all game highs. Klein, the reigning Horizon League Player of the Week, notched her third straight double double and the fourth in her past six games.

Hot Shooting Leads Vikings Past Butler,

Cleveland State men's basketball team loses momentum, then game at Butler, 64-55--Cleveland Plain Dealer
Vikings Fall At No. 22 Butler,

Mulroy's 3-Pointer Extinguishes

Simon Pours In 33 As Titans Cage Panthers,

Friday's matchup: Loyola at UIC--The Chicago Tribune
Scouting: Loyola @ UIC--Daily Herald
Men's Basketball Hosts Loyola This Friday On

Women's Basketball In Detroit To Take On The Titans
Women's Basketball Beaten At The Buzzer By Detroit,

Gibler Named U.S. Army Horizon League Scholar-Athlete Of The

Loyola Staggered By Late Run, Recovers To Knock Off Wright State In Overtime,

Men's basketball story, photos: Last-second drama doesn't faze UWGB's Randy Berry--Green Bay Press Gazette
Game #18: UWGB 68. Wright State 66 FINAL--UWGB Basketball
Berry’s Last-Minute Heroics Lift Green Bay Past Wright

Tetschlag Named U.S. Army Scholar-Athlete of the

Simon makes it look simple--Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
MBB: Decade Of The 2000's: Titletown--Panther Blog Zone
MBB Live Blog - Detroit at Milwaukee--Panther Blog Zone
Disastrous Second Half Dooms
Alumni Game Set For Saturday
Simon Sends Titans Past Cold-Shooting

Panthers Host No. 17 Green Bay

Big run lifts VU to first road win--The Post-Tribune
Valparaiso women's hoops squad lets out frustration on the road--The NWI Times
McPherson, Wood Key Valpo Victory Over Youngstown

Finally, a strong finish--The Post-Tribune
Youngstown State at Valparaiso, Jan. 14, Live Blog--Off The Mark
Crusaders men's basketball team tops Youngstown State--The NWI Times
Live from the ARC: Valparaiso vs. Youngstown State (MBB)--Region Sports Extra
Big Run Spurs Valpo to First Road Win

Green Bay zaps Wright State at buzzer--Dayton Daily News
A Green Bay home win over WSU, some things don't change--Dayton Daily News
Controversy in Raiders’ loss--Mark Katz's Blog
Raiders must carry on--Mark Katz's Blog
Tragedy had a WSU twist--Mark Katz's Blog
Next WSU-Butler game on ESPN2--Mark Katz's Blog
Raiders fall in final seconds--Fairborn Daily Herald
Raiders Fall in Final Second at Green Bay
ESPN2 to Televise Game at

Women's Basketball Rallies in Second Half Only to Fall to Loyola in Overtime,

Second-half rally comes up short at Valparaiso, 70-66--Youngstown Vindicator
Valparaiso takes 70-66 win over Youngstown State--Mahoning Valley Tribune Chronicle
Road games tough to win in Horizon--Mahoning Valley Tribune Chronicle
Second-Half Comeback Falls Short at Valparaiso,
Men's Basketball Heads to Indy to Face No. 22 Butler at

YSU basketball Today’s games--Youngstown Vindicator

Penguins can’t hold on to lead at home--Youngstown Vindicator
Strong Start for Penguins Not Enough in 66-41 Loss to

Men's Basketball Scoreboard - Jan. 14--The Horizon League

Loyola's Gibler, Green Bay's Tetschlag named U.S. Army Scholar-Athletes of the Month--The Horizon League

Women's Basketball Scoreboard -- Jan. 14--The Horizon League
In 2010 I Want To...--Horizon League Network

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