Saturday, January 17, 2015

News On The Horizon 1/17/2015

Night Court: Stanley Johnson big for Zona; Memphis' huge W v. Cincy--Eye On College Basketball
Other outcomes blipping the radar:
Green Bay, a chic at-large darling (some think) this season, may not play its way to bubble territory. The Phoenix fell at 6-12 Oakland on Thursday, 69-66. Bad stain on the dossier for Brian Wardle's club, which is now 14-4.

Izzo praises Bess as bright spot in ugly Maryland loss--The Detroit Free Press
Forbes came off the bench to play 22 minutes as well. Maryland shadowed him outside and he finished with just five points on 2-for-6 shooting. It was his lowest-scoring game since a Dec. 20 loss to Texas Southern, though he has now been in single digits in six of the past seven.
CSU Basketball Notebook: Vikings look for third road win in league play--Cleveland State Hoops
Cleveland State-Youngstown State preview--Cleveland State Hoops
CSU Notches Another Road Win; Tops YSU,

Vikings Use Strong Second Half To Earn 71-65 Victory Against

College hoops: Eastern Michigan wins; CMU, UDM fall--The Detroit Free Press
Green Bay 70, Detroit Mercy 64

Keifer Sykes scored 28 points on 11 of 19 shooting from the field to lead Green Bay past Detroit, 70-64, today at Calihan Hall.

The game was the fourth out of the last five in which Sykes has scored at least 24 points or more.

Greg Mays finished with 15 points and 11 rebounds, and Carrington Love added 14 points and five assists for the Phoenix (15-4, 4-1 Horizon League), who with the win avoided their first back-to-back losses in three years.

With the game tied at 57 with 4:21 to play, Love nailed a three-pointer to spark a 10-2 Phoenix run that extended their lead to eight and put the game away.

Juwan Howard Jr. scored 19 points to lead Detroit (9-10, 3-2). Anton Wilson added 12 points off the bench for the Titans, who finished with 16 total assists but were plagued by 19 turnovers.
#DetroitsCollegeTeam Drops Close One to Green Bay, 70-64, on

Second Half Run Does In Titans At Cleveland




Regina Miller Captures Win No.

UWGB men escape with win at Detroit--Green Bay Press Gazette
Green Bay Rallies Past Detroit for Bounce Back

Phoenix at full strength vs. UW-Milwaukee--Green Bay Press Gazette
Buck puts on 'show' as UWGB women rout Milwaukee--Green Bay Press Gazette
Green Bay Stifles Milwaukee to Win Fourth

Phoenix Top Panthers To Stay Unbeaten In League

Men’s Basketball: Recuperating Valparaiso begins challenging road stretch--The Post-Tribune

Women’s Basketball: Wright State (13-4, 2-1) at Valparaiso (4-12, 0-3)--The Post-Tribune
Crusader Women Fall to Raiders at

Raiders Fall to

Women Roll to 80-62 Win at

Penguins Fall To Cleveland State at

Head Coach Regina Miller Captures Win No. 300--Horizon League Network

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