Tuesday, January 20, 2015

News On The Horizon 1/20/2015

Late Night Snacks: Iowa State, Davidson, LSU, Syracuse and Georgia earn early-night victories--CollegeBasketballTalk
Valparaiso had 18 points from sophomore forward Alec Peters in a road win at Youngstown State. The Crusaders are now 18-3 and 5-1 in the Horizon League and look like a serious NCAA Tournament threat.
Green Bay cruised to a win over UIC as forward Greg Mays had 20 points and guard Keifer Sykes had 19 points, nine assists, five rebounds and three steals.

Cleveland State (11-9) and Detroit (10-10) Face Off--Vikings Ball

The Morning Dish – Tuesday, January 20, 2015--Hoopville
Side Dishes:
In a quality non-conference game for February, Detroit went to Northeastern and won 81-69 in overtime. Good matchup, and good win for the Horizon League.
Paris Bass lifts UDM to 81-69 OT win vs. Northeastern--The Detroit Free Press
Watch this: UDM freshman's dunk makes ESPN 'Top 10'--The Detroit Free Press
Monday's roundup: Bass stars in OT as Detroit wins--The Detroit News
Detroit (10-10) and Cleveland State (11-9) Square Off--Titans Update

RED ALERT; #DetroitsCollegeTeam Welcomes Oakland On Thursday In #MetroSeries Showdown--detroittitans.com

Oakland (7-12) Faces Milwaukee (7-12)--Grizz Gang

Editor’s Pick: Games of the week--Oakland Post

Sports Blitz--Oakland Post
Women’s basketball

The women’s basketball team lost their first Horizon League matchup of the season to UIC 75-60 after starting the conference season 2-0. Nola Anderson and Sinclair Russell combined for 30 points in the effort. Ruvanna Campbell led UIC with 21 points and 24 rebounds, followed by Terri Bender with 19 points. Campbell is the defending defensive player of the year in the Horizon and has continued her success this season. The Golden Grizzlies will take on Detroit on Thursday night at Calihan Hall in the latest installment of the Metro Series rivalry.

With more than 100 losses in five seasons, where is UIC heading under Howard Moore?--The Catch and Shoot
Green Bay downs Illinois-Chicago 78-55--Daily Herald
UIC Crushed by Green Bay 78-55--Flame Fanatic

Coach Regina Miller nets 300th win as Flames beat Oakland--UIC News
Women's Basketball's Regina Miller Earns Contract Extension--uicflames.com
Women's Basketball to Receive WBI Championship Plaques--uicflames.com

Mays powers UWGB men over Illinois-Chicago--Green Bay Press Gazette
Green Bay Wins Big over UIC 78-55--Phoenix Fever

Panthers continue to seek ball movement--PantherU
Healthy Springs could mean turnaround--PantherU
Milwaukee Slams Wright State 67-41--UWM Update
Milwaukee (7-12) Battles Oakland (7-12)--UWM Update
Milwaukee Rolls Past Wright State, 67-41--uwmpanthers.com

Panthers Look To Get Back On Track Against Valparaiso--uwmpanthers.com

Men’s Basketball: Racking up wins, Valparaiso not overlooking Youngstown, with Green Bay looming--The Post-Tribune
Adekoya, perimeter shooting leads Valparaiso to win--The NWI Times
Searching for Schoon--Region Sports Extra
Valparaiso Whips Youngstown State 77-62--Valpo Daily
Valpo Athletics Mourns the Passing of Milt Schoon--valpoathletics.com

Valpo Travels to Milwaukee for Wednesday Night Tilt--valpoathletics.com

Offensive woes continue for WSU in blowout loss at UWM--Dayton Daily News
Wright State Punished by Milwaukee 67-41--Rowdy Review
Men’s basketball: The rematch--The Guardian
Men Fall at Milwaukee--wsuraiders.com

Penguins seeking Horizon victory--Youngstown Vindicator
Valparaiso cruises against Youngstown State 77-62--Mahoning Valley Tribune Chronicle
Youngstown State Crushed by Valparaiso 77-62--Guin Report
Penguins Fall to Valparaiso in Horizon League Bout--ysusports.com

HLMBB Weekly - January 20th, 2015--Horizon League Network

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