Friday, October 19, 2012

News On The Horizon 10/19/2012

The Horizon League’s most efficient scorers--Horizon League Hoops
Horizon Men's Basketball 2012-2013 Preseason All-Conference Teams--College Sports Madness

College Hoops Preview: 15 Players with Breakout Potential--CollegeBasketballTalk
Anton Grady, Cleveland State: Cleveland State head coach Gary Waters has called Anton Grady his future, and he’s right. He was incredibly productive — 8.5 points, 6.4 boards, 1.4 blocks, the team lead in offensive and defensive rebounding percentages — in limited minutes as a freshman, and with so much of Cleveland State’s production from last season graduating, Grady will have plenty of opportunities. Even without Butler in the league, the Horizon has quite a bit of talent. Grady might be the best player in the league.
Miami Heat’s Dwyane Wade doesn't expect Bulls' wins record to be broken--Miami Herald

Point guard Garrett Temple, one of the Heat’s preseason invitees, has impressed coach Erick Spoelstra during training camp. The Heat already carries two point guards in Mario Chalmers and Norris Cole, and James handles the ball on offense much of the time, but Temple has proved himself enough to receive a serious look over the final days of training camp.
Dwyane Wade back to form in Miami Heat’s victory over Detroit Pistons--Miami Herald
Ray Allen made his preseason home debut with 5:38 left in the first quarter. He entered the game for Shane Battier, giving the Heat three guards on the court in its first rotation. Wade and point guard Norris Cole started the game along with Battier, James and Bosh. Allen finished with seven points, going 3 of 11 from the field and 1 of 5 from three-point range.
Wolstein becomes Viking madhouse--The Cauldron
Junior Lomomba out until November--Cleveland State Hoops

Tip-Off sets bball season in motion--Varsity Press
Get On The Bus With The Titans In

Brown, Shearer Earn Preseason
Practice Rolls On For The

Men's Basketball Newcomers Named `Head of the Class' by USA
Red-Blue Scrimmage, Festivities Set for Saturday

Loyola Men's Basketball Single-Game Tickets On Sale
Former Ramblers Off To Strong Starts

UWGB basketball: With newly extended contract, Wardle eyes Horizon crown--Green Bay Press Gazette
Green Bay Hosts Annual Basketball Media

Chalk Talk with the Wardles Set for Nov.
Men's Basketball to Hold Green & White Scrimmage on

Spying the Enemy - Mary Marauders--PantherU
Spying the Enemy - South Carolina Gamecocks--PantherU
Congratulations To The Third Basketball Season Ticket Prize
Congratulations To The Third Basketball Season Ticket Prize

John Mutka: Drews remain basketball’s first family--The Post-Tribune

Wright State to honor 1st AD Mohr--Dayton Daily News
Donlon: injured freshman Roddy progressing well--Wright State University Sports
Wright State’s Pacher, Darling discuss their roles in 2012-13--Wright State University Sports
Freshman Bramanti has impressed Donlon--Wright State University Sports
Great moments in Raider history: The Shot--The Guardian
Howloween Hoopla Set for October
Don Mohr Presentation
2012 Coaches vs. Cancer Tip-Off Breakfast October

YSU women hope to play better ‘D’--Youngstown Vindicator
YSU women’s team make preparations for 2012-13 season--Mahoning Valley Tribune Chronicle
Great potential, long way to go--The Jambar
YSU Women's Basketball Holds Media

Men's Basketball to Host Preseason Preview Dinner Oct.

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