Sunday, May 8, 2011

News On The Horizon 5/8/2011

Introduction and Q&A with Micah Shrewsberry--Boiled Sports
Source: Butler's Shelvin Mack Staying in Draft--Yard Barker
Butler's Mack remaining in NBA Draft--Parrish: The Thoughts
Butler's Shelvin Mack to stay in NBA draft--The Indy Star
Mack leaving for NBA--Indy Star Butler Insider

Ex-Piston Earl Cureton follows mom's advice, gets degree 30 years after leaving Detroit Mercy--The Detroit Free Press

Men's Basketball gains one, loses one--Loyola Phoenix

Head Coach Matt Bollant wins Coach of Year--UWGB Fourth Estate
Student-Athlete’s of the Week: Eight Academic All-League--UWGB Fourth Estate

Senior Salute - a Day to Give Appreciation and Celebrate--Milwaukee Panther Tracks

Valpo Star Brandon Wood Will Transfer To Michigan State--Mid-Major Madness
It’s official: Wood leaves Valpo for Michigan State--The Post-Tribune
It's official: Wood leaving for Michigan State--Off The Mark
Looking ahead to next year for Valparaiso--Off The Mark
Valparaiso's Wood to transfer to Michigan State--The NWI Times
VU's Wood will transfer to Michigan State--The NWI Times
Wood decides to transfer to Michigan State--The NWI Times
Brandon Wood to Michigan State--Region Sports Extra
MSU’s Tom Izzo weighs in on Brandon Wood--Region Sports Extra
Wood to MSU--Section EE
Wood Earns Bachelor’s Degree From Valpo; Will Transfer to Michigan

One fan tries ‘anything’ to get UD, WSU to play--Dayton Daily News
Raiders coach likes guard’s speed, leadership--Dayton Daily News
WSU’s Hopkins values new role--Dayton Daily News
Sports always have been big part of Hopkins’ life--Dayton Daily News
In another unusual Horizon League story, all-league guard to transfer to Michigan State--Wright State University Sports
Raiders Sign Point

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