Monday, November 5, 2012

News On Horizon 11/5/2012

Most comprehensive injury report -- ever--Eye On College Basketball

Junior Lomomba, Cleveland State -- Broken foot, expected back early December

Paris Gulley, Milwaukee -- Broken hand, expected to return in 6-8 weeks (10-31)
Inside The Numbers: Creating A Game Score For College Basketball--Mid-Major Madness

CSU Hosts Malone in Lone Exhibition Contest on

Vikings Host Ursuline College In Final Exhibition
Vikings Pick Up 66-33 Victory In Second Exhibition

Morning Five: 11.05.12 Edition--Rush The Court
Last week we mentioned how there was something strange going on at Detroit Mercy. It turns out that we were on to something as after the school’s Athletic Director and an assistant coach resigned, another assistant coach — Carlos Briggs – did not attend practices on Thursday and Friday. Neither the school nor anybody on the coaching staff will comment on the situation although they stated that the other assistants were still with the team. We cannot say much about the situation other than it is not ideal for a school about to start its season and that where there is smoke…
The Morning Mix welcomes you to a brand new season--CollegeBasketballTalk
Something peculiar is going on at Detroit: Last Wednesday, Titan’s assistant coach Derek Thomas, along with Athletic Director Keri Gaither, resigned effective immediately. On Friday, Carlos Briggs, another member of the Titan’s coaching staff, resigned. No one knows why and neither of the sides have commented. Peculiar.

Women's college basketball preview: CMU, Detroit, EMU, Oakland, WMU--The Detroit News

Last year's record : 20-14 (14-4 Horizon)

Coach: Autumn Rademacher, 5th year (62-65 overall at Detroit)

Key changes: Rademacher signed a new three-year contract extension, thanks to the Titans' WNIT appearance and a big win at No. 9 Wisconsin-Green Bay. Freshman guard Rosanna Reynolds, who led Dearborn Divine Child to the Class B state title two years ago, will be one of the players counted on to replace point guard Jalesa Jones.

Outlook: Detroit showed it has the talent to beat the Horizon's best in Wisconsin-Green Bay. Now, can the Titans also be consistent throughout the season? They have a ton of talent back, including their top scorers in 6-1 sophomore Shareta Brown (18 points, 8.8 rebounds), junior guard Senee Shearer (11.1 points) and 6-1 senior forward Yar Shayok (7.2 points, 6.8 rebounds).

VIDEO: Wardle Breaks Down the 2012-13

Panthers Welcome Parkside To Klotsche Center For Lone Exhibition

Women's Basketball Wins Final

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