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

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