Friday, April 16, 2010

News On The Horizon 4/16/2010

Will Gordon Hayward be back?
Detroit could put heat on Bulldogs--The Indy Star

Calipari cleans up ... again--Ballin' is a Habit

Other signing day news:

* Both Ray McCallum, Jr., and Trey Zeigler were highly touted back court recruits. Both players had fathers coaching at mid-major programs in Michigan -- McCallum, Sr., is the head coach at Detroit while Ernie Zeigler is the coach at Central Michigan. Surprising no one, both players decided to stay at home and play for their fathers. Detroit should be pretty good next season, as they return their three top scorers, none of whom play the point, leaving McCallum room to come in and start right away. If Gordon Hayward stays in the draft, its possible that Detroit becomes the favorite in the Horizon. Zeigler is in a different position. Central Michigan loses three of their top four scorers from a team that went just 15-15. He will be counted on for a lot of scoring early in his career.

Can Zeigler or McCallum make a Stephen Curry-like impact?
Analyst: Ray McCallum, Trey Zeigler moves 'unprecedented'--The Detroit Free Press
WITH VIDEO: A family thing for Michigan hoop stars McCallum and Zeigler--The Oakland Press

Brian Wardle hiring wins over several UW-Green Bay players, recruits--Green Bay Press Gazette
Mike Vandermause column: UW-Green Bay's Brian Wardle a good fit for school, community--Green Bay Press Gazette
University of Wisconsin-Green Bay introduces Brian Wardle as new men's basketball coach--Green Bay Press Gazette
Reaction to UWGB hiring Brian Wardle--UWGB Basketball
UWGB recruits, some players sticking with Wardle--UWGB Basketball
Wardle Named Green Bay Head Basketball

Jay Harris Signs NLI to Join Crusader Men’s Basketball

VU men gain basketball recruit, women lose transfer--The NWI Times

New men's coach considered WSU women’s team--Dayton Daily News

Top Erie player commits to YSU--Youngstown Vindicator
New Coach in Town--The Jambar

Brian Wardle promoted to Head Men's Basketball Coach at Green Bay--The Horizon League

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