Friday, March 2, 2012

News On The Horizon 3/2/2012

No. 11 Green Bay beats Loyola of Chicago
Titans face tough test Friday--Fox Sports Detroit
Night Court: Ian Miller new FSU hero--Eye On College Basketball

On tap:

Plenty of conference tourney action:

1) The Horizon second round -- and that means Butler is in action. The Bulldogs face UW Milwaukee at 8:30.

Men's college basketball preview: Butler vs. Milwaukee--The Indy Star
VF Podcast: Talking BU & Horizon tourney--Victory Firelight
Butler vs. UWM: Survival of the fittest--Victory Firelight
Butler Closes Their 2011-2012 Season With Milwaukee--Butler Blue Fever
Bulldogs Face Milwaukee In League

Bulldogs Edged By Detroit

Miami Heat (27-7) at Portland Trail Blazers (18-17), 10:30 p.m. (ET)--Miami Herald

Mario Chalmers and Norris Cole did a stellar job of persistently flustering Lin, and Miami continually frustrated him with its trapping defense.

On this day 15 years ago - Mar 01, 1997--Vikings Ball

Vikings Host Youngstown State On Senior

The NC-Double-Eh Stat Leaders - Week 15--Raptors HQ


Devoe Joseph, Oregon - 35.2

Hernst Laroche, New Mexico State - 32.7

Kevin Pangos, Gonzaga - 31.2

Kris Joseph, Syracuse - 31.2

Justin Edwards, Maine - 31.1

Tyler Murray, Wagner - 30.8

Ty Nurse, Texas Tech - 30.4

Jason Calliste, Detroit - 30.2

Harouna Mutombo, Western Carolina - 29.6

Myck Kabongo, Texas - 29.6

Defense crucial for Detroit Mercy in Horizon League tournament--The Detroit Free Press
Detroit Closes Their 2011-2012 Season Against Youngstown State--Titans Update

Thank You Seniors--Detroit Titans Blog
Titans Hold Off Butler, 57-52, Clinch #2 Seed In The Horizon League

On this day 9 years ago - Mar 01, 2003--Flame Fanatic

Flames Clinch Four Seed With, 59-52, Triumph over

Big Second Half Pushes No. 11 Green Bay Past Loyola,

Women's basketball: No. 11 UWGB trounces Loyola--Green Bay Press Gazette
Women's basketball: UWGB looks like it's back in high gear--Green Bay Press Gazette
No. 11/11 Green Bay Rolls over Ramblers with 85-56

Panthers face tough Butler defense--Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
We're Gonna Gitcha--PantherU
Milwaukee Closes the Season Against Butler--UWM Update
Video: Panthers Getting Ready For League Tourney Contest With

Panthers go cold down the stretch--Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Shorthanded Milwaukee Women Fall Late At

Horizon League Tournament preview--The Post-Tribune
Valparaiso looking to take advantage of top seed, do ‘something special’--The Post-Tribune
Horizon League tournament notes and quotes--Off The Mark
Michigan State gets to work for 'championship' weekend--The Detroit Free Press

Said Izzo: "No. 1, Trice is gonna give Keith (Appling) a little rest. And that is going to be important. No. 2, they are going to play together some. We went back and watched the first game (against Indiana), and we didn't realize how much Trice and Keith and Brandon Wood played together. (Trice) gives us versatility to do a lot of different things."

VU women hold on, keep hopes of hosting tourney game alive--The Post-Tribune
Valpo Opens Final Homestand with Win over Wright

Raiders failed to respond to surges--Dayton Daily News

Women Fall at

Talent, chemistry help YSU take step forward--Youngstown Vindicator
Defense critical for YSU tonight--Mahoning Valley Tribune Chronicle
Youngstown State Finishes Their 2011-2012 Season With Detroit--Guin Report
Men's Basketball Takes on Detroit in Horizon League

Tickets On Sale for Men's Basketball Championship--Horizon League Network

Top Six Seeds Locked In After Thursday Night Play in Women's Basketball--Horizon League Network

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