Wednesday, December 31, 2014

News On The Horizon 12/31/2014

The Morning Dish – Tuesday, December 30, 2014--Hoopville
Monday’s Action:
VCU hasn’t been talked about much since falling out of the rankings, but the Rams have now quietly won five straight since falling to Virginia at home, the latest win a 72-63 triumph over stubborn Cleveland State.
Valparaiso is now 13-2, one of the top win totals in the country after ripping James Madison 79-52 on the road. Eye-opening result to beat a decent CAA team by 27 on the road.
Horizon League Appears a 2-Team Race as Conference Play Begins--Mid-Major Madness

Ram Jam: Cleveland State Falls to VCU--WFNY
MSU squanders leads in double-OT loss to Maryland--The Detroit News
Then in overtime, Michigan State maintained a 55-51 lead after Costello hit two free throws and Bryn Forbes split a pair of free throws after Turgeon was assessed a technical foul with 1:52 left.
Michigan State (9-5, 0-1) held for the last shot but Forbes' 3-pointer from the corner came up short, sending it to double overtime.
Trice scored 26 for Michigan State, while Branden Dawson, Forbes and Costello each finished with nine points. Valentine fouled out in the first overtime and finished with four points on 1-of-9 shooting.
Green Bay, Valparaiso are leaders for Horizon League men's basketball title--Cleveland Plain Dealer
Cleveland State sees improvement from bench -- College Basketball Insider--Cleveland Plain Dealer
Cleveland State (6-8) and Milwaukee (5-9) Square Off--Vikings Ball

College hoops: WMU downs New Hampshire; UDM falls in OT--The Detroit Free Press
Detroit Beaten by Oral Roberts 77-73 in OT--Titans Update
Detroit (6-8) Battles Wright State (8-6)--Titans Update
Titans Drop Overtime Thriller to Oral Roberts,

Titans Rally To Send Game To OT, Fall Short At

Top 10 Moments of 2014 in Chicago Basketball--The Catch and Shoot
10. DePaul survives UIC on late 3-pointer, 72-71 (Nov. 14)

In the 2014-15 season opener, DePaul jumped out to a 21-point lead on UIC in the first half. UIC chipped away and fought back, and sophomore Markese McGuire put the Flames ahead for the first time, 71-69, with a jumper in the final minute.

DePaul sophomore Billy Garrett Jr. responded with a huge 3-pointer from the left wing that would become the game-winner. UIC junior D’Juan Miller got a look at a game-winning triple for the Flames but could not connect.

Garrett’s game-winning shot was the second of his career. He also beat Northwestern at the buzzer in December 2013.
Confidence booster--Whoosh!Net
UIC Overpowers Judson 79-38--Flame Fanatic
UIC Caps Non-League Season in Dominating Fashion,

Women's Basketball Remains Unbeaten At

O26 Weekly Awards: GW, Christian Wood, Benjy Taylor & Pac-12 Upsets--Rush The Court
O26 Coach of the Week
Honorable Mentions: Brian Wardle – Green Bay, Tim Cluess – Iona, Porter Moser – Loyola-Chicago
McKinnie brings explosiveness to UWGB offense--Green Bay Press Gazette
Green Bay (10-3) Battles Chicago State (4-11)--Phoenix Fever
Fan Bus to Milwaukee for the Phoenix-Panthers Men's Basketball
Green Bay Looks to Close Out 2014, Non-Conference Slate in

Milwaukee (5-9) vs. Cleveland State (6-8)--UWM Update
Milwaukee Opens Horizon League Play At Cleveland State

UW-Milwaukee women's hoops team has a rough night--Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Panthers Unable To Dig Out Of Halftime

Women’s Basketball: Valparaiso hits century mark, ends seven-game skid against Purdue Calumet--The Post-Tribune
Valparaiso (13-2) Takes On Oakland (4-10)--Valpo Daily

Crusaders score most points in 21 years in blowout win--The NWI Times
Crusaders Snap Skid in Shootout with

Wright State (8-6) vs. Detroit (6-8)--Rowdy Review

#HLMBB Weekly - December 30th, 2014--Horizon League Network
UIC Rolls in Final Non-Conference Game--Horizon League Network

#HLWBB Weekly - December 30th, 2014--Horizon League Network
UIC, Valparaiso End 2014 Campaigns with Wins--Horizon League Network

Tuesday, December 30, 2014

News On The Horizon 12/30/2014

NIT Bracketology: Dec. 29, 2014--Big Apple Buckets
Others (Seriously) Considered: Valparaiso, Richmond, Texas A&M, Illinois St., Evansville, Rhode Island, Portland, Army, Belmont, Eastern Michigan

More To Watch: Pepperdine, Columbia, Central Michigan, Bowling Green, UC Davis, Cleveland St., Wright St., Hofstra, Canisius, High Point, Radford, USC Upstate, Vermont, Sam Houston St., Incarnate Word, Norfolk St., Toledo, Hawaii, St. Bonaventure, Colorado, Tulsa, New Mexico
Mid-Major Rankings for the Week of Dec. 29--The Catch and Shoot
5. Green Bay (10-3). Last week: 9

Green Bay got revenge on Georgia State with a 78-61 victory Saturday. The Phoenix host Chicago State Wednesday in their final non-conference tuneup.
16. Valparaiso (12-2). Last week: 19

Valparaiso finishes its non-conference slate Monday at James Madison.

Pregame Shootaround: Duke, Texas both in action on Monday--CollegeBasketballTalk
Mid-Major Matchup of the Night: Cleveland State at VCU, 7:00 p.m.

VCU isn’t a mid-major program anymore, I know that, but this will still be a fun game. Cleveland State is one of the better teams in the Horizon this season and gave Louisville, another team that wins with their press, a fight earlier this season.
VCU Takes Down Cleveland State 72-63--Mid-Major Madness
Cleveland State falls to VCU, 72-63--Cleveland Plain Dealer
Cleveland State Beaten by Virginia Commonwealth 72-63--Vikings Ball
Vikings Fall at VCU, 72-63, Despite Zollo's Career High 14

Green Scores 1,000th Point As Vikings Fall At

Detroit (6-7) vs. Oral Roberts (5-7)--Titans Update

Titans Look To End 2014 With A
Déjà Vu, Titan Freshman Darianne Seward Wins HL Weekly

Oakland (4-10) Takes On Valparaiso (13-2)--Grizz Gang


Illinois College Basketball Rankings for the Week of Dec. 29--The Catch and Shoot
11. UIC (3-11). Last week: 10

UIC’s losing streak is now four games after losses to Northwestern and Bradley last week. The Flames should be able to end the dry spell Tuesday against Judson.
UIC losing streak continues at Bradley--The Catch and Shoot
Just not enough--Whoosh!Net
UIC Wraps Up Non-League Play at Home on

UIC Returns to Chicago to Host

GB slips in this week's mid-major polls--Phear The Phoenix
Carrington Love Named Horizon League Player of the

Red-hot shooting brings down UW-Milwaukee--Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

Final Nonconference Tune-up Sends Milwaukee To

Men’s Basketball: Valparaiso heads into Horizon League opener on high--The Post-Tribune
Crusaders put exclamation point on nonconference schedule--The NWI Times
Valparaiso Wins Big over James Madison 79-52--Valpo Daily
Dominating Defense Leads to Win at JMU

Women’s Basketball: Purdue Calumet (11-2) at Valparaiso (3-8)--The Post-Tribune
Crusaders Aim to Return to Winning Ways Tuesday

Women’s basketball: Raiders in the zone in big win over Chicago State--The Guardian
Women Roll Past Chicago State

NKU’s Norse are next for YSU--Youngstown Vindicator
Men’s Basketball Closes Non-League Play Hosting Northern Kentucky

Schlegel, Walker lead YSU women over Akron--Youngstown Vindicator
YSU, Akron meet tonight in battle of 10-win teams--Mahoning Valley Tribune Chronicle
Walker, Schlegel Too Much For Zips As Penguins Win

Green Bay's Love, Oakland's Hayes Collect Men's Basketball Honors--Horizon League Network
Valpo Leads From Start to Finish in Road Win--Horizon League Network

Oakland's Nash and Detroit's Seward Notch Player of the Week Honors--Horizon League Network
Wright State, Youngstown State Pick Up Non-Conference Wins--Horizon League Network

Monday, December 29, 2014

News On The Horizon 12/28/2014

Vikings Return to Action at VCU on

Vikings Travel To Ohio For Monday Night

Metro & state: Pistons hosting UDM night on Jan. 4--The Detroit Free Press
Titans Host Oral Roberts on Tuesday, Dec.

The Morning Dish – Saturday, December 27, 2014--Hoopville
Tonight’s Menu

It’s the last Saturday before conference play really gets going, as well as the first day of post-Christmas basketball. This will also be, by far, the lightest Saturday until March, as every Saturday between now and then will have over 100 Division I games. Besides the aforementioned rivalry game, here are some others to watch:
Maryland hosts Oakland in what should be a tough battle given what Greg Kampe’s teams do in non-conference play.
The Morning Dish – Sunday, December 29, 2014--Hoopville
Saturday’s Action:
Maryland held off Oakland 72-56 after the Golden Grizzlies trimmed a 23-point second half deficit to six. Dez Wells scored 10 points in his first game back from injury.
Saturday's state roundup: Oakland falls to Maryland--The Detroit News
Jake Layman helps No. 15 Maryland send Oakland to its 5th straight loss--The Oakland Press
Oakland Trounced by No. 15 Maryland 72-56--Grizz Gang

Oakland falls to CMU women, 74-69--The Oakland Press

Flames’ grade: Another incomplete--Whoosh!Net
UIC Stumbles with Loss to Bradley 68-60--Flame Fanatic
Flames Come Up Short at Bradley,

Pregame Shootaround: Top-ranked Kentucky at No. 4 Louisville is the one game you need to watch--CollegeBasketballTalk
MID-MAJOR GAME OF THE DAY: Georgia State at Green Bay, 1 p.m. (ESPN3)

The mid-major game so nice, they played it twice. Georgia State took the first contest with a 72-48 blowout win over Green Bay. The Phoenix looks to even the score at home.
Late Night Snacks: No. 1 Kentucky defeats No. 4 Louisville--CollegeBasketballTalk
2. Carrington Ward (Green Bay)

Scored a career-high 28 points on 10-for-14 shooting in the Phoenix’s 78-61 win over Georgia State.

After losing 72-48 at Georgia State on December 4, Green Bay beat the Panthers 78-61 with Carrington Ward scoring a career-high 28 points. The Phoenix ended the game on a 21-3 run.
Late run propels Green Bay to revenge win over Georgia State--Mid-Major Madness
UWGB men vs. Georgia State: What to watch for--Green Bay Press Gazette
UWGB men turn tables on Georgia State--Green Bay Press Gazette
Green Bay Beats Up Georgia State 78-61--Phoenix Fever
Love Leads Green Bay's Bounce Back

Dayton rallies past 24th-ranked Green Bay--Dayton Daily News
UWGB women at Dayton: What to watch for--Green Bay Press Gazette
Phoenix women fall flat late in loss to Dayton--Green Bay Press Gazette
No. 24 Green Bay Falls on Late Three-Pointer at

Former Murray State guard transfers to Milwaukee--CollegeBasketballTalk
Panthers face Coyotes in final tune-up before conference play--PantherU
McCloud settles on Milwaukee--PantherU
Milwaukee Punished by South Dakota 84-60--UWM Update
Hot-Shooting South Dakota Stops Milwaukee,

IPFW rally beats UW-Milwaukee women--Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
IPFW Outlasts Milwaukee In Final Minutes To Claim

College Basketball: Adekoya back in mix for Valparaiso--The Post-Tribune
Valparaiso’s record among best in the country--The NWI Times
Valpo Men Return to Action Monday

How to watch Ohio State vs. Wright State: Preview, game time and TV schedule--Land-Grant Holy Land
Ohio State vs. Wright State 2014 live game updates: Time, TV schedule, and how to watch--Land-Grant Holy Land
Ohio State vs. Wright State final score: 3 things we learned from OSU's 100-55 win--Land-Grant Holy Land
WSU looking for long-distance success on short trip--Dayton Daily News
Wright State-Ohio State preview--Dayton Daily News
Daughter’s visit helps Donlon endure blowout lost--Dayton Daily News
Wright State Punished by No. 21 Ohio State 100-55--Rowdy Review
Men’s basketball: Raiders hope to deliver an upset in Columbus--The Guardian
Men’s basketball: Raiders lose in most lopsided DI contest in program history--The Guardian
Men Fall to #21/18 Ohio

Youngstown State (8-6) vs. Northern Kentucky (6-7)--Guin Report

Ten-win teams square off tonight at Beeghly--Youngstown Vindicator
YSU to Host Akron Monday in Battle of 10-Win

Second Half Surge Sends Green Bay to Win--Horizon League Network

Wednesday, December 24, 2014

News On The Horizon 12/24/2014

Scanning the Nation Notebook – Dec. 24, 2014--Hoopville
Cleveland State has had a rough season so far. It really started in the summer, for CSU was expected to return all five starters this year until top player Bryn Forbes decided mid-summer to “transfer closer to home,” which was magically the same time that Michigan State had a need for a skilled two-guard. The Vikings then lost spark plug point guard Charlie Lee to suspension for six games to start the season, and it’s been tough to find any continuity since. A 6-7 mark was hardly the expectation for this team, and while there’s still time to turn it around, at this point it’s going to be tough to match last year when it won 21 games and finished second in the Horizon League.
Eastern Illinois 67, Cleveland State 65: Vikings let lead slip away in loss to EIU--Cleveland State Hoops

Tuesday's roundup: Arizona State powers past Detroit--The Detroit News

Raiders rally falls short--Dayton Daily News
Davis boosts Raiders in first half--Dayton Daily News
Wright State Slips with Loss to George Mason 68-60--Rowdy Review
Wright State (8-5) Faces No. 21 Ohio State (10-2)--Rowdy Review
Men’s basketball: Raiders unable to overcome deficit, Thompson--The Guardian
Men Drop 68-60 Decision to George

Tuesday, December 23, 2014

News On The Horizon 12/23/2014

Eastern Illinois Edges Cleveland State 67-65 on Chris Olivier Surge, But Trae Anderson Injured--Mid-Major Madness
Cleveland State falls to Eastern Illinois, 67-65--Cleveland Plain Dealer
Cleveland State Gets Upset by Eastern Illinois 67-65--Vikings Ball
Cleveland State (6-7) Faces Virginia Commonwealth (9-3)--Vikings Ball
Vikings Fall to Eastern Illinois,

College hoops: Arizona St. romps UDM; EMU tops Coppin St.--The Detroit Free Press
Detroit Blown Out by Arizona State 93-54--Titans Update
First Half Run Lifts Sun Devils Past

Titans Drop Road Contest To AAC’s

Oakland (4-9) Faces No. 15 Maryland (11-1)--Grizz Gang

The Morning Dish – Tuesday, December 23, 2014--Hoopville
Monday’s action: Another night with a number of surprises, near surprises, and a plenty of significant games
UC Irvine defeated Wisconsin-Green Bay 72-70 in the championship game of the Holiday Hoops Tourney in Las Vegas, as Alex Young scored the winning hoop with 1.7 seconds left.
Green Bay Narrowly Defeated by UC Irvine 72-70--Phoenix Fever

UW-Milwaukee unable to hang with Arkansas--Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Milwaukee Pummeled by Arkansas 84-54--UWM Update
Milwaukee (5-8) Takes On South Dakota (5-8)--UWM Update

Valparaiso (12-2) Faces James Madison (7-5)--Valpo Daily

For YSU, it was a very good year--Youngstown Vindicator

#HLMBB Weekly - December 23rd, 2014--Horizon League Network

Oakland Rolls Past IPFW, 92-84--Horizon League Network
#HLWBB Weekly - December 23rd, 2014--Horizon League Network

Monday, December 22, 2014

News On The Horizon 12/22/2014

Green Bay And Valparaiso Getting Attention Outside of the Horizon League With Strong Early Play--Mid-Major Madness
Mid-Major Rankings for the Week of Dec. 22--The Catch and Shoot
9. Green Bay (9-2). Last week: 10

Green Bay beat Morehead State and Arkansas-Little Rock and now has a four-game winning streak. The Phoenix have a pair of tough matchups this week with UC Irvine and Georgia State.
19. Valparaiso (12-2). Last week: 20

Valparaiso has won four straight games with one non-conference game at James Madison remaining.
Chicago Weekly Awards: Dec. 22--The Catch and Shoot
Player of the Week

UIC guard Marc Brown had a slow start to his senior year as he battled a foot injury, but now he’s getting healthy and the results are showing. In two games last week, Brown averaged 19 points, 5.5 rebounds and 2.0 steals. He also made three 3-pointers in each game.

Honorable mentions: Alec Peters, Valparaiso; Clarke Rosenberg, Chicago State
Freshman of the Week
Honorable mentions: Tai Odiase, UIC; Bryant McIntosh, Northwestern; Tevonn Walker, Valparaiso

Akron, Cleveland State and Kent State all winners: College Basketball Insider--Cleveland Plain Dealer
Cleveland State 69, San Francisco 65 (OT): Grady, Lee Step up lead CSU to Victory--Cleveland State Hoops
CSU Hosts Eastern Illinois on Tuesday at 2pm--Cleveland State Hoops

CSU Ticket Promotions for the New

Titans Conclude Road Trip at Arizona

Alumni Day A Success For Women’s
Pre-Christmas Bash Has UDM Visiting Cincinnati On
Seward Earns Horizon League Freshman Of The

Jaron Blossomgame Leads Clemson to Win Over Oakland Golden Grizzlies--Shakin The Southland
Clemson beats Oakland 60-50--The Oakland Press
Oakland Beaten by Clemson 70-60--Grizz Gang
Oakland (4-9) Faces No. 15 Maryland (11-1)--Grizz Gang


UIC can’t overcome slow start at Northwestern--The Catch and Shoot
UIC Pounded by Northwestern 63-46--Flame Fanatic
UIC (3-10) vs. Bradley (4-8)--Flame Fanatic
Slow Start Plagues UIC at Northwestern,

Flames Drop Close Contest to Old Dominion,
Women's Basketball Visits UIC Children's

Pregame Shootaround: Wisconsin heads to Cal in the best game of the night--CollegeBasketballTalk
Mid-Major Matchup of the Night: UC Irvine vs. Green Bay, 5:00 p.m. (Las Vegas)

UC Irvine has 7-foot-6 center Mamadou Ndiaye, an NBA prospect, on their roster. Green Bay has 5-foot-10 Keifer Sykes, another NBA prospect, on their roster.
Missed free throws costly for UWGB men in Vegas--Green Bay Press Gazette
Green Bay Narrowly Defeated by UC Irvine 72-70--Phoenix Fever
Phoenix fall in Vegas championship game--Phear The Phoenix
Late Jumper Dooms Green Bay in Title Game

Phoenix women rise to No. 24 in nation--Green Bay Press Gazette
Green Bay Cracks AP Top 25 for First Time This

Panthers face Razorback pressure on quick turnaround--PantherU
Milwaukee Falls At Arkansas,

Men’s Basketball: Valparaiso gets ball rolling early in rout over Goshen--The Post-Tribune
Peters Claims League Weekly

Wright State focuses on rebounding as George Mason come to town--Dayton Daily News
Wright State-George Mason preview--Dayton Daily News
Men’s basketball: Busy holiday week ahead for the Raiders--The Guardian

Mingo Named Horizon League Player of the

Valpo's Peters, Oakland's Hayes Collect Men's Basketball Honors--Horizon League Network

Wright State's Mingo and Detroit's Seward Tab Player of the Week Honors--Horizon League Network
Green Bay Cracks AP Top 25 Poll at No. 24--Horizon League Network

Sunday, December 21, 2014

News On The Horizon 12/21/2014

College hoops roundup: EMU wins; UDM, WMU, Oakland fall--The Detroit Free Press
Pittsburgh 81, Oakland 77

PITTSBURGH – James Robinson scored 18 points, including five in the final minutes of regulation to send the game into overtime, to help Pittsburgh avoid an upset by beating Oakland, 81-77, today.

Michael Young led Pitt (8-3) with 19 points and seven rebounds while Cameron Wright and Chris Jones each scored 16.

Kahlil Felder finished with 23 points to lead Oakland (4-8).

Jalen Hayes scored 16 and Max Hooper added 12 off the bench.

The Panthers tied the game at 72 in the final minutes of regulation after Robinson converted a three-point play on a drive to the basket then made a pair of free throws. After Felder was called for a travel, Wright missed a midrange jumper as time expired to send the game to overtime.
Rhode Island 69, Detroit Mercy 55

KINGTSON, R.I. – E.C. Matthews had only four points by halftime, but roared to life after the break to finish with 23 as Rhode Island surged past Detroit, 69-55, today.

For much of the second half Matthews single-handedly outscored Detroit, 18-17. Rhode Island (7-3) is 5-0 at home.

The first half was quite different as Juwan Howard scored 13 for Detroit (6-6), and the Titans bench outscored Rhode Island's 23-12 en route to a 36-34 lead at the half.

But Howard was tightly guarded after halftime, taking seven shots — and not making one till 3:53 remained and Detroit down by 17. He finished with 17 points, his other four starters adding only four more.

Rhode Island opened the second half 19-4, taking control of the game. Aside from shutting down Howard, the Rams sank 26 of 34 from the line, forced 18 turnovers and blocked seven shots, Hassan Martin with four.

Cleveland State pulls one out in overtime, 69-65, over San Francisco--Cleveland Plain Dealer
Cleveland State Picks Up Win over San Francisco 69-65 in OT--Vikings Ball
Cleveland State (5-6) Goes Up against Eastern Illinois (5-6)--Vikings Ball
Vikings Top San Francisco in Overtime,

Vikings Use Balanced Effort To Pick Up 80-72 Victory At Morehead

Detroit Tripped Up by Rhode Island 69-55--Titans Update
Detroit (6-6) Squares Off with Arizona State (6-5)--Titans Update
Second Half Surge Lifts Rhode Island Past Titans,

Titans Fall To Western Michigan In Saturday

Pollard, freshman Davis lead Flyers to win over Boston--Dayton Daily News
Walk-on Bobby Wehrli came off the bench to play a career-high 21 minutes. Ryan Bass scored a season-high eight points and played a season-high 21 minutes.
The Flyers led 59-55 at the 10:27 mark. Every time the Flyers made a run, the Terriers answered. Then Wehrli hit his first career 3-pointer at the 9:59 mark. A jumper by Bass stretched Dayton’s lead to 64-55. Boston never got closer than nine in the final five minutes.
Arch: Short-handed Flyers step up--Dayton Daily News
Freshman Darrell Davis came in and went 5-for-5 from three-point range and finished with a career-high 19 points. Ryan Bass, the under-sized transfer, had a career night, as well, with eight points in just 11 minutes. And Bobby Wehrli, one of the walk-ons, played 21 minutes and hit a big three pointer from the baseline
Pittsburgh edges Oakland in overtime 81-77--The Oakland Press
Oakland Stumbles with Loss to Pittsburgh 81-77 in OT--Grizz Gang
Oakland (4-8) and Clemson (6-4) Square Off--Grizz Gang


Illinois College Basketball Rankings for the Week of Dec. 22--The Catch and Shoot
10. UIC (3-9). Last week: 8

After falling to Tennessee-Martin in overtime, UIC hung with SMU on the road for 30 minutes before losing by 21 points. The Flames’ only game this week is at Bradley.
Bad night in Big D--Whoosh!Net
UIC (3-9) Battles Northwestern (7-4)--Flame Fanatic
UIC Heads to Northwestern for Monday

UIC Falls to No. 20/21 Mississippi State,

Fouse, McKinnie power UWGB men in Vegas opener--Green Bay Press Gazette
Green Bay Beats Up Arkansas-Little Rock 66-46--Phoenix Fever
Green Bay (8-3) Goes Up against Georgia State (7-3)--Phoenix Fever
Unheralded Trio Leads Green Bay to Win in Tourney

UWGB women beat Vermont ahead of holiday break--Green Bay Press Gazette
Green Bay Downs Vermont 60-40 to Win Fourth

In the end, there's just not quite enough for UW-Milwaukee--Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Milwaukee Drops One to SIU Edwardsville 61-56--UWM Update
Milwaukee (5-7) Squares Off with Arkansas (8-2)--UWM Update
Milwaukee Comes Up Short In 61-56 Setback At

UWM Panthers deliver KO punch--Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Panthers Deliver Second-Half Knockout

Men’s Basketball: Alec Peters gets on a roll as Valparaiso rallies--The Post-Tribune
Peters shines in Valparaiso’s comeback victory--The NWI Times
Peters, Fernandez spark Crusaders win over NAIA foe Goshen--The NWI Times
Valparaiso Slips by IPFW 75-72--Valpo Daily
Valparaiso Trounces Goshen 82-55--Valpo Daily
Crusaders Claim Tough Road Win at
Fernandez Sets New Blocks Mark in Win Over

Women’s Basketball: Valparaiso fades away in second half, drops seventh straight game--The Post-Tribune
Career Days Don't Cut It for Crusader

Wright State (8-4) and George Mason (4-6) Face Off--Rowdy Review

Wright State women fall to Purdue--Dayton Daily News
Women’s basketball: Raiders blown out at Purdue--The Guardian
Women Rout UC Irvine at BTI Invitational
Women Fall to Purdue in BTI Championship

Penguins Drop First Contest of Season at

Valpo Rallies from Halftime Deficit for Road Victory--Horizon League Network
Undefeated Sunday in Men's Basketball--Horizon League Network

Wright State, Green Bay Pull Away in Victories--Horizon League Network
Cleveland State and Milwaukee Deliver Sunday Wins--Horizon League Network