Wednesday, January 25, 2012

News On The Horizon 1/25/2012

Men’s basketball: Bulldogs sweep Chicago trip--Butler Collegian

Think inside the box for sports insight--Butler Collegian

Women’s basketball: Bulldogs grab first road victory in Loyola--Butler Collegian
Athletic Hall of Fame: Skinner, Greenburg lead female inductees--Butler Collegian
Bulldogs Add Transfer From

Bosh's big finish helps Heat top Cavs, 92-85--Miami Herald

Former Cleveland State star Norris Cole scored 10 for Miami, and Udonis Haslem grabbed 10 rebounds for the Heat. Miami committed 18 turnovers, leading to 22 Cleveland points, but found a way - thanks to Bosh - down the stretch.

Miami Heat’s double play at point guard--Miami Herald
Chris Bosh saves the day as Miami Heat defeats Cleveland Cavaliers--Miami Herald

Heat rookie Norris Cole, who was a collegiate star at Cleveland State, had 10 points off the bench. An important jumper by Cole put the Heat ahead 67-61 with 9:10 left in the game. Chalmers finished with nine points and had three assists to go along with three turnovers.

“I just wanted to play better — play like I can play and how they know I can play,” said Cole, who had struggled offensively in recent games.

Chris Bosh's 35 help Heat escape with ugly 92-85 win over Cavs--South Florida Sun Sentinel

At one point in the fourth quarter, after getting a pass from Norris Cole late in the shot clock, which led to a turnover, James turned and bereted the rookie point guard, "Shoot it!"
While the Heat had 10 of those, many were of the hideous variety, including Cole throwing an alley-oop attempt off the backboard, Bosh trying to go behind his back with a dribble and losing the ball out of bounds, and James dribbling into a one-on-two turnover in transition.

And that did not even count the 3-point attempt Heat forward James Jones shot off the top of the backboard in the second quarter.

Youngstown State a red-letter matchup for Vikings: Cleveland State Insider--Cleveland Plain Dealer
Student athlete spotlight: Tim Kamczyc--The Cauldron

Detroit (10-11) Takes On Loyola (Chicago) (5-14)--Titans Update
Titans Look to Continue Streak Over Loyola

Shareta Brown Featured On The Horizon League

UIC at Wright State--The Chicago Tribune
On this day 8 years ago - Jan 24, 2004--Flame Fanatic
UIC (6-13) Battles Wright State (9-12)--Flame Fanatic
Flames Kick-Off Road Trip at Wright State

Loyola at Detroit--The Chicago Tribune
Ramblers remain winless in conference--Loyola Phoenix
Loyola (Chicago) (5-14) Squares Off With Detroit (10-11)--LU Wolf Ball
Walt Gibler Named Horizon League Scholar-Athlete Of The

Loyola women’s basketball flirts with .500 record, fifth in Horizon League--Loyola Phoenix
Loyola Attempts To `Jam The Joe' This Saturday Against

Phoenix women jump to No. 9 in coaches poll--Green Bay Press Gazette
UWGB women's basketball: Finding a role off the court--Green Bay Press Gazette
Phoenix women set program record--UWGB Fourth Estate

Phoenix fly past Raiders in second half--UWGB Fourth Estate

Watch: Inside Phoenix Basketball: Jan.

Green Bay Opens Homestand Thursday Against

While you were sulking, Anthony Hill won an MVP--PantherU
Ohhhhh... [hi] Ohhhhh.... Tough Luck on the Road as Milwaukee Drops Two and Falls to #2--Milwaukee Panther Tracks
Panthers Open Homestand With National Runner-Up

Milwaukee Looks To Build On Momentum At

Game Preview: Vaplo at Green Bay--Section EE
First-Place Valpo Heads to Green

Raiders need an assertive Darling--Dayton Daily News
Preview: Illinois-Chicago vs. Wright State--Dayton Daily News
Week 11 Horizon League Power Rankings: Once again, Cleveland State on top--Wright State University Sports
Wright State (9-12) Faces UIC (6-13)--Rowdy Review

Brown, Penguins look to erase losing skid--The Jambar

A proven leader--The Jambar
Blake Allen Named Horizon League, Player of the

Teams Start Second Half Looking to Climb Ladder--Horizon League Network

Varner and Gibler Earn Scholar-Athlete of the Month Honors--Horizon League Network

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