Saturday, January 19, 2013

News On The Horizon 1/19/2013

Cleveland State continues road trip--Cleveland Plain Dealer
The Vikings (10-9, 2-3) are in the midst of playing four of five games on the road. This stretch could define their season as a winning one or a losing one. To get a winning season, CSU has to start winning Horizon League games on the road. To date, the Vikings are winless (0-2) on the road in league play, coming off a 69-57 loss at Milwaukee, and are 1-8 on the road overall.

Point guard Charlie Lee snapped out of his scoring slump with 15 points. Before that, he had gone five straight games, and six of the last seven, without scoring in double figures. But, once again, CSU's production inside left a lot to be desired against Milwaukee. Starting center Devon Long and backup Luda Ndaye scored just one point between them on the night, while CSU's third inside player, Aaron Scales, missed his second straight game with a concussion. Power forward Tim Kamczyc only scored eight and missed five 3-pointers.

The Vikings next travel to play 2 p.m. today at Green Bay (9-9, 3-2) before returning home Wednesday for a game against Loyola. Then it is back on the road again for two straight at Youngstown and Illinois Chicago.
Cleveland State Falls to Milwaukee 69-57--Vikings Ball
Updated: Cleveland State (10-9) and Green Bay (9-9) Square Off--Vikings Ball
Vikings Play at Green Bay in Horizon League Game of the

Detroit Edged by Valparaiso 89-88--Titans Update
Updated: Detroit (11-7) Squares Off with UIC (11-7)--Titans Update
Titans Host UIC on Homecoming Saturday

The Long Journey Back For Senee

Saturday's matchup: UIC at Detroit--The Chicago Tribune
UIC (11-7) Battles Detroit (11-7)--Flame Fanatic
Game #19: Flames Trek to Motor City to Face Titans Saturday

Women's Basketball to Battle Valpo at Home on

Loyola Steps Out Of League Play, Faces Chicago State

Ramblers Return Home To Face Wright

Men's basketball: Today's UWGB-Cleveland State preview--Green Bay Press Gazette
Green Bay Gets Win over Youngstown State 67-58--Phoenix Fever
Updated: Green Bay (9-9) Battles Cleveland State (10-9)--Phoenix Fever
Green Bay Concludes Homestand on Saturday

Women's basketball: Today's UWGB-Youngstown State preview--Green Bay Press Gazette
Phoenix Remains on the Road to Battle

Milwaukee finds its power animal--PantherU
Milwaukee Picks Up Win against Cleveland State 69-57--UWM Update
Updated: Milwaukee (5-13) vs. Youngstown State (9-8)--UWM Update
Panthers Look For Second-Straight Win When Youngstown State Visits

Valparaiso goons it up in dirtiest play of the college basketball season--Guyism
Men’s basketball: Another challenge awaits Valparaiso--The Post-Tribune
First place on the line for Crusaders--The NWI Times
Crusaders setting tone early on--The Torch
Dority makes debut, helps Crusaders improve--The Torch
Valparaiso Nips Detroit 89-88--Valpo Daily
Updated: Valparaiso (14-5) Takes On Wright State (13-4)--Valpo Daily
Valpo Men Return Home to Face Wright

VU Athletics gets opportunity for clearer picture--The Torch

Women’s basketball: VU women’s preview cap--The Post-Tribune
VU experiencing growing pains--The Torch
Valpo women travel to UIC on

Preview: Wright State-Valparaiso--Dayton Daily News
Raiders visit defending champ Valpo--Dayton Daily News
Wright State’s road trip starts at Valparaiso--Wright State University Sports
Updated: Wright State (13-4) vs. Valparaiso (14-5)--Rowdy Review

Youngstown State Takes Loss against Green Bay 67-58--Guin Report
Youngstown State (9-8) vs. Milwaukee (5-13)--Guin Report
Men's Basketball Closes Wisconsin Trip at Milwaukee Saturday

Women's Basketball Hosts Green Bay Saturday Night in 1,000th

March of the Penguins: YSU Women's Basketball Experiencing Turnaround--Horizon League Network

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