Monday, December 9, 2013

News On the Horizon 12/9/2013

Late Night Snacks: Two buzzer-beaters on Saturday? We got video!!!--CollegeBasketballTalk
Virginia lost against, going up to Green Bay and losing to the Phoenix 75-72. Kiefer Sykes had 21 points and 10 assists.
Dwayne Evans had 21 points and 10 boards for St. Louis in a 67-65 win over Valpo.

Winderman's view: Heat 110, Pistons 95--South Florida Sun Sentinel
-- With contributions from Chris Andersen, Norris Cole, Roger Mason Jr. and Lewis.
Cleveland State, Akron, Kent State at the quarter pole - Local College hoops this week--Cleveland Plain Dealer
On this day 6 years ago - Dec 08, 2007--Vikings Ball
Viking Sports Weekly (Dec. 9)

Vikings earn win over Ohio University--The Cauldron
Livingston Named Horizon League Freshman Of The
Getting to know CSU WBB's...Chrishna

Detroit 70, Rhode Island 68: Juwan Howard Jr. scores 17 points in victory
--The Detroit Free Press
On this day 14 years ago - Dec 08, 1999--Titans Update
Detroit Sneaks by Rhode Island 70-68--Titans Update
Second Half Run Lifts Titans Past Rhode Island,
Grant Named HL Freshman of the
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Kahlil Felder Receives Honorable Mention for the StatSheet NCAA Freshman of the Week - December 9th, 2013
--Grizz Gang

Men’s basketball drops matches--UIC News
On this day 6 years ago - Dec 08, 2007--Flame Fanatic

Women’s basketball scores win No. 6--UIC News
Ruvanna Campbell Earns Award from College Sports

Green Bay Knocks Off Tony Bennett's Virginia Cavaliers--Basketball Predictions
Tony Bennett played his collegiate career at Green Bay for his father, but his alma mater didn't take it easy on him. Green Bay has been feisty, nearly taking out Wisconsin and Harvard before this big win here. They hit 50% of their threes, but what really won this game was offensive efficiency. Against a superb Virginia defense, Green Bay finished with 18 assists to only 8 turnovers. The 1.19 PPP allowed by Virginia weren't just the most they've allowed this season, but more than all but one game last season (North Carolina). If Green Bay gets into the NCAA Tournament, they'll be a very scary 12/13 seed. Virginia, meanwhile, is already starting to replay last season's resume-much-worse-than-team-quality season. If they're not careful, they might find themselves on the bubble all over again.
Men's basketball: UWGB won't overlook Eastern Michigan--Green Bay Press Gazette
Sykes Takes Home Third Player of the Week Award of

First-half run leads to loss for Panthers in Ohio--Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Bowling Green Extends Fast Start To Season Against

Mike McCall’s buzzer-beater lifts Saint Louis over Valparaiso (VIDEO)--CollegeBasketballTalk
Gorches: Young Crusaders can learn from good losses--The Post-Tribune
Mutka: Phoenix living up to preseason Horizon hype--The Post-Tribune

Karungi Scores Horizon League Player of the Week

Cincinnati too much for YSU women--Youngstown Vindicator
Women's Basketball Falls to Cincinnati,
Women's Basketball to Hold Coat and Blanket

Clutch Free Throws Seal Victory for Detroit--Horizon League Network
Green Bay's Sykes, Detroit's Grant Earn Weekly Honors--Horizon League Network

Karungi Named Player of the Week, Livingston Earns Freshman Honors--Horizon League Network
10 Questions with UIC's Regina Miller--Horizon League Network

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