Conference Report Card – Sweet Sixteen Edition--Rush The Court
Obviously, the Missouri Valley (Northern Iowa), Ivy League (Cornell) and Horizon League (Butler) are one-bid leagues that are feeling like they’ve hit the lottery with their representative’s performance so far. Only Butler was expected to win one game and two was a stretch, but they’re all still standing. The big question is whether one of them can become the next Davidson and get to the Elite Eight or, even better, channel George Mason and make the Four. All three have a reasonable shot at it in this crazy year.
2010 NCAA Tournament Sweet 16: Syracuse vs. Butler, Kansas State vs. Xavier--The Big Lead
Butler's Stevens shows signs of Syracuse coach's greatness--The Indy Star
Butler leading way in mid-major march--The Post-Tribune
NCAA blog 10: Dawgs catch up on classwork--Indy Star Butler Insider
J’Nathan Bullock in Action in Australia--Let's Go Vikes!
Cleveland State Women Fall to Notre Dame in NCAA Tournament--Let's Go Vikes!
CSU Women’s Basketball Talk About NCAA Tournament Game Against Notre Dame--Let's Go Vikes!
Sign Up For Jimmy Collins' Basketball Day Camp--detroittitans.com
Mid-major schools make their mark--The Detroit News
St. Louis knocks UWGB men out of tournament--Green Bay Press Gazette
Men's CBI basketball: Phoenix falls in 2 OT--Green Bay Press Gazette
CBI tournament: Saint Louis 68, UWGB 62 (final, 2 overtimes)--UWGB Basketball
Double-Overtime Setback Ends Green Bay’s Season--uwgbathletics.com
Women's NCAA basketball notebook: Phoenix must contend with 6-7 center Prins--Green Bay Press Gazette
Women's NCAA basketball: UWGB defense creates buzz--Green Bay Press Gazette
NCAA Round 2: (4) Iowa State vs. (12) Green Bay--Green Bay Press Gazette
Green Bay falls to Saint Louis 68-62 in double overtime in CBI
lead photo--The Horizon League
Women's Basketball Scoreboard -- March 23 (NCAA)--The Horizon League