Sunday, April 6, 2014

News On The Horizon 4/6/2014

Mid-Major Transfers List: March 31 Edition--Mid-Major Madness
2014 Outgoing Transfers:
Ismaila Dauda, 6'10, JR, Cleveland State
Ryan Bass, 5'9, SR, Oakland
Joey Miller, 6'3, JR, UIC
Incoming Transfers (From Power Conferences)
Chris Jenkins, 6'7, FR, Colorado -- DETROIT

Cinderella Watch: Mid-Major Teams to Watch in 2014-15--Mid-Major Madness
Cleveland State Vikings: Cleveland State finished the regular season on a 10-1 run before getting bounced from the Horizon League Tournament courtesy of Wright State. Gary Waters probably can't wait for next year after the Vikings CIT appearance, as Anton Grady, Trey Lewis and Bryn Forbes all have two years left in the green and gold.
Recap: Indiana vs. Miami--Miami Herald
James, Rashard Lewis and Norris Cole each hit from long range during a quarter-ending 15-4 run that gave Miami a 68-63 advantage.
Indiana Pacers rally late to edge Miami Heat--Miami Herald
The Heat gave itself life with three seconds remaining when Bosh made a three-pointer. Following a timeout and a quick foul by Norris Cole with 2.3 seconds left, Pacers point guard George Hill missed two free throws to give the Heat one last chance, but Bosh’s attempt never reached the rim.
Wade left the game with 1:59 to play and his team leading 80-79. The Heat’s starting shooting guard grabbed at his left hamstring away from the ball and quickly motioned at the Heat’s bench for a substitution. Cole finished the game in place of Wade.
ASK IRA: Is Norris Cole's regression a concern? --Miami Herald
Winderman's view: Heat 93, Raptors 83--South Florida Sun Sentinel
-- Spoelstra this time closed with Toney Douglas and Mario Chalmers, instead of Chalmers and Norris Cole.
Cleveland State looks to be the Horizon League favorite for 2015--Cleveland Plain Dealer
Waters Named Finalist for Ben Jobe

Kings’ McCallum making his point while Thomas heals--Sacramento Bee

Memories Shared At The 2014 Detroit Women's Basketball

Oakland's Travis Bader named to mid-major All-America team--The Detroit News
Thursday's NCAA notebook: Oakland guard Bader will be in 3-point event--The Detroit News
Sporting blitz week of 4/02--Oakland Post
Men’s Basketball-

Travis Bader was named to the Lou Henson mid-major All-American team for the second straight season. Bader is also eligible for the mid-major player of the year. Two other Horizon players were named to the list, Green Bay’s Alec Brown and Kiefer Sykes.

Bader was also named to the Division I-AAA Athletics Directors Association Scholar-Athlete Team for the third straight year. Bader earned his undergraduate degree in communications and will graduate with a master's degree this May. Bader currently boasts a 3.51 grade point average in the communications graduate program.

Assistant coaches announce departure--Oakland Post
Tungate confirms departure of assistant coaches--Oakland Post

Flames advance to tournament semifinals--UIC News
Flames win semifinals, head to tourney championship--UIC News
Flames capture women’s basketball title--UIC News
Flames Defeat Eastern Michigan, Advance to WBI
Flames Dominate Fairfield, Advance to WBI

Sykes nets rare honor with All-America team recognition--Green Bay Press Gazette
Season ends for Sykes-less Phoenix--UWGB Fourth Estate
Season ends for Phoenix men--UWGB Fourth Estate
Wardle Among Finalists for Skip Prosser Man of the Year
Brown, Sykes Named to 2014 Lou Henson All-American
Green Bay's Wardle Named NABC District 12 Coach of the
Sykes Named Third AP Honorable Mention
Green Bay's Brown Named Finalist for Lefty Driesell
Brian Wardle Named 2014 Skip Prosser Man of the

'Untapped potential,' state performances have UWGB excited about Lindstrom--Green Bay Press Gazette
Young UWGB women's squad ready to take next step--Green Bay Press Gazette
Women's basketball: Barnett, Thomas leave UWGB program--Green Bay Press Gazette
Green Bay falls in conference tournament, drops NIT opener--UWGB Fourth Estate
Women's Basketball to Play at 2014 Gulf Coast

Old dog, new trick: Begel supports UWM athletics--On Milwaukee
Loyalty Should Be Rewarded--UWM Post
UW (Um, What?): Panther Pride (Kind Of… Not Really)--UWM Post
Remember the magic--PantherU
Shuffling off to Buffalo--PantherU
Time for us to embrace Rob Jeter--PantherU
Matt Tiby goes on epic fan rant @UWM @MKEPanthers @MKE_MBB #UWM #mkebb @UWMShoutouts--PantherU
A Week To Remember: The Panthers In The NCAA
Annual Senior Salute Set For April 24; Ticket Renewal

Crusaders looking forward as workouts begin--The NWI Times
Joseph, Walker Conclude Stellar Season for
Crusader Men’s Basketball to Hold Summer
Ron Howard Sets NBA D-League Career Scoring

Women's Basketball to Host Trio of Summer

Men’s Basketball: Donlon’s alma mater looking for head coach--The Guardian
Vest Named HL Male Scholar-Athlete of the

Women’s Basketball: James turning to professional ranks--The Guardian

Report: YSU grants Weber his release--Youngstown Vindicator
Kendrick Perry’s Historic Season and Career Highlight Exciting Men’s Basketball
Kendrick Perry Selected to 2014 Portsmouth Invitational

Hornberger Named 2013-14 Coach Ed DiGregorio MVP at Women’s Basketball

Oakland's Bader Selected for State Farm 3-Point Championship--Horizon League Network
Oakland's Bader and Green Bay's Brown, Sykes named to the 2014 Lou Henson All-American Team--Horizon League Network
Green Bay Head Coach Brian Wardle Among Finalists for Skip Prosser Man of the Year Award--Horizon League Network
Cleveland State Head Coach Gary Waters Named Finalist for Ben Jobe Award--Horizon League Network
Wardle Tabbed All-District 12 Coach by NABC--Horizon League Network
Wright State's Vest and UIC's Fletcher Collect Scholar-Athlete of the Month Honors--Horizon League Network
Trio of #HLMBB Stars Honored--Horizon League Network
Felder Named Finalist for Freshman of the Year--Horizon League Network
GB's Wardle Named Skip Prosser Man of the Year--Horizon League Network

Flames Advance in WBI Behind Campbell's 20-20 Effort--Horizon League Network
Flames Roll to WBI Title Game--Horizon League Network
UIC Captures WBI Championship--Horizon League Network

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