Wednesday, January 1, 2014

News On The Horizon 1/1/2014

How the conferences shake out as 2014 approaches--Hoopville
Horizon League: Green Bay and Milwaukee have the best records, but the former looks to be a little better tested thus far. Youngstown State has been a pleasant surprise, and Cleveland State has played some tough teams and will be ready as well.

Cole resilient, but too late for Heat after face-first fall--South Florida Sun Sentinel
Cleveland State should be in the heart of Horizon League race--Cleveland Plain Dealer
Vikings Open League Play at Green

Flames Begin 2014 at Defending Horizon League Champion

Double-digit winning streak for Flames--UIC News
Flames Defeat Northern Illinois, 66-54, For Tenth Straight

Women's Basketball Wraps Up Non-Conference Play against

Panthers Set To Ring In New Year With League

First-year phenoms in Indiana college basketball--The Indy Star
With each passing season, impact freshmen become a more important element in college basketball. Many of Indiana's 10 Division I programs rely on first-year players. Of this group, who do you think has made the greatest impact?

Alec Peters averages 14.4 points and a team-leading 5.1 rebounds for the Crusaders (8-6), who play at East Tennessee State on Sunday. He also has 32 3-pointers.
Valpo Opens League Slate at ARC

‘Little things’ hurt Valpo women in loss--The Post-Tribune
Loss adds to home woes of Crusaders women's basketball team--The NWI Times
Coyotes Outlast Crusaders,

Raiders ready for start of conference play--The Guardian

Women’s Basketball: Raiders start new year with continued cross-town matchup against Flyers--The Guardian

Interview: Travis Bader--Horizon League Network
Men's Basketball Weekly - Dec. 31st--Horizon League Network

Women's Basketball Weekly - Dec. 31st--Horizon League Network
UIC Enters New Year on 10 Game Win Streak--Horizon League Network

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