Friday, February 8, 2013

News On The Horizon 2/8/2013

Inside the Numbers: Is Ray McCallum Jr. the Horizon’s best PG?--Horizon League Hoops

Constant rotation moves keep Heat ready for adversity--South Florida Sun Sentinel
Balance is key

With James and guard Dwyane Wade having another strong showing Wednesday against the Houston Rockets, it was the play of the supporting cast that impressed Spoelstra the most.

Norris Cole and Battier scored in double-figures while the bench contributed 25 points. Haslem pulled down a season-high 13 rebounds while also taking one of the Heat's two charges in the closing minutes to help clinch the victory. Mario Chalmers took the other charge.

"What I liked about it was there were a lot of contributions," Spoelstra said. "… Obviously, LeBron and Dwayne led us in the scoring but Shane gave us impactful minutes on both ends of the court. (Haslem) did a great job on the glass. Norris and Rashard (Lewis) gave us a spark off the bench."

Strong Second Half Leads Vikings To 68-63 Victory Over

College basketball roundup: Oakland tops North Dakota, 66-63; Detroit Mercy wins--The Detroit Free Press
UDM 83, Milwaukee 74

MILWAUKEE — Jason Calliste scored 22 points on five 3-pointers, Nick Minnerath chipped in with 18 points and eight rebounds and Detroit held off Milwaukee 82-74 on Thursday night.

Detroit (16-8, 8-3 Horizon) shot 52.5 percent from the field and was 13 of 16 from the free-throw line but the Titans watched Milwaukee drain 10 3-pointers and outscore their bench 32-4.

Tied at 46, Ryan Haggerty hit a 3-pointer to put the Panthers on top 49-46 with 13:14 remaining in the game. Detroit regained the lead after a Ray McCallum fast break dunk to make it 50-49 and the Titans never trailed again.

James Haarsma had 26 points on 9-of-13 shooting including a perfect 7 for 7 from the line to lead Milwaukee (5-19, 1-9).

Doug Anderson and McCallum finished the night with 16 points apiece for Detroit, which has won four straight.
Updated: Detroit (15-8) Squares Off with Milwaukee (5-18)--Titans Update
Detroit Knocks Off Milwaukee 82-74--Titans Update
StatSheet Projects Detroit as NIT Eight Seed: 02/08/2013--Titans Update
Titans Extend Streak to Four; Top Milwaukee

Late Rally Comes Up Short At Youngstown

Hannemann Posts Career-High 29 Points in Win Over

Late 3-pointer sinks Loyola 60-59--The Chicago Tribune
Late 3 sinks Loyola--Daily Herald
Updated: Loyola (Chicago) (13-10) and Youngstown State (13-10) Square Off--LU Wolf Ball
Loyola (Chicago) Loses Heartbreaker to Youngstown State 60-59--LU Wolf Ball
Men's Basketball Blog #13: Joe
Short-Handed Loyola Drops Heartbreaker, 60-59 At Youngstown

Late Bucket Pushes Green Bay Past Loyola,

Men's basketball: Plenty of 'What ifs' in UWGB's 2-OT loss--Green Bay Press Gazette
Updated: Green Bay (12-11) Squares Off with Wright State (15-8)--Phoenix Fever
Green Bay Drops Close One to Wright State 70-68 in 2OT--Phoenix Fever
Green Bay Dealt Double Overtime

Women's basketball: Ranger's baskets rescue Phoenix--Green Bay Press Gazette
Green Bay Wins 13th Straight in Close Rumble with

Panthers unable to capitalize on newfound energy--Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Updated: Milwaukee (5-18) Faces Detroit (15-8)--UWM Update
Milwaukee Stumbles with Loss to Detroit 82-74--UWM Update
Video: Panoske Continues To Play Bigger Role For
Haarsma's 26 Points, Panthers' Valiant Effort Not Enough To Upset

Panthers can't cool hot shooter--Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Pair Of Key UIC Scoring Runs Help Flames Down

A Safe, Non-Combustible, Fierce Rivalry--The Mid-Majority
Valparaizone in Semifinals of Naismith Student Section of the Year

WSU walk-on guard described as ‘quiet jokester’--Dayton Daily News
Yoho the OT hero for Raiders--Dayton Daily News
Updated: Wright State (15-8) Takes On Green Bay (12-11)--Rowdy Review
Wright State Narrowly Beats Green Bay 70-68 in 2OT--Rowdy Review
Raiders using Loyola win to prepare for weekend in Wisconsin--The Guardian
Yoho’s big three lifts WSU to double overtime win in Green Bay--The Guardian
Men Pull Out 70-68 Double Overtime Win at Green

Women’s hoops fighting to stay above .500--The Guardian
Women Drop 68-63 Decision at Cleveland

YSU men defeated Loyola--Youngstown Vindicator
In the nick of time: Allen's last-second 3 wins it for YSU--Mahoning Valley Tribune Chronicle
On this day 15 years ago - Feb 07, 1998--Guin Report
Updated: Youngstown State (13-10) Goes Up against Loyola (Chicago) (13-10)--Guin Report
Youngstown State Slips by Loyola (Chicago) 60-59--Guin Report
Allen Drains Three in Final Seconds to Push Penguins Past

Penguins score back to back wins--The Jambar

YSU women hang on to edge Detroit--Youngstown Vindicator
Youngstown State women push back, beat Detroit--Mahoning Valley Tribune Chronicle
Feisty Penguins Hold On for 58-53 Triumph Over

Third Place on the Line as Teams Look to Widen Men's Basketball Field--Horizon League Network
Men's Basketball Final Shot: Feb. 7 - A Night of Thrillers--Horizon League Network

Interview: Tabitha Gerardot--Horizon League Network
CSU, GB, UIC and YSU Capture Victory on Thursday Night in Women's Hoops--Horizon League Network

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