Thursday, April 9, 2015

News On The Horizon 4/9/2015

Louisville lands Cleveland State transfer Trey Lewis--CollegeBasketballTalk
Report: Cleveland State guard Trey Lewis transferring to Louisville--Press Row Sports
Seidel: Young Spartans determined to win title next year--The Detroit Free Press
Next year's team has the potential to be strong and tough, right from the start. It will look like an Izzo team, not one that has to transform into one.

"I wish I could hit the gym right now," Bryn Forbes said. "In the last three weeks, I learned you have to step up in crunch time."
Trey Lewis appears headed for Louisville after graduating from Cleveland State (photos)--Cleveland Plain Dealer
Trey Lewis Transfers to Louisville--Cleveland State Hoops

Ex-Pershing, U-D star Haywood named to Basketball HOF--The Detroit Free Press
Juwan shooting for NBA--Varsity Press
Seniors: A recap of your four years--Varsity Press
December: The Court in Calihan Hall is dedicated to former coach Dick Vitale.

March: The Titans win the Horizon League Championship, the first in 13 years, and they advance to the first round of the NCAA tournament.

January: A whistleblower lawsuit is filed against UDM by ex-assistant men’s basketball coach Carlos Briggs.
June: Former Titan basketball player Ray McCallum is drafted by the Sacramento Kings.
Spencer Haywood Elected to Basketball Hall of
Howard to Compete at Portsmouth

Ristovski, Reynolds Earn Top 20 Finishes In National

Greg Kampe tweets a photo of Oakland’s new blacktop floor--CollegeBasketballTalk
Check out Oakland U.'s new basketball floor at O'rena--The Detroit Free Press
Paint it black: Oakland converting hoops court to playground look--The Detroit News
Blitz--Oakland Post

Senior Corey Petros received an invite to the Portsmouth Invitational Tournament that will be held April 8-11 in Virginia. 64 college seniors from across the nation are invited to the four-day, 12-game tournament to showcase their talent in front of NBA representatives. Petros is the fourth Oakland player in the last five years to be invited to the tournament

All-Chicago Awards for the 2014-15 Season--The Catch and Shoot
All-Chicago Team
Jay Harris, UIC

In his one season at UIC as a graduate transfer, Harris was quite the entertaining scorer. Although he shot just 38.4 percent from the field, he was near unstoppable during a hot streak. Harris averaged 19.8 points during UIC’s final five games as he carried the team to the Horizon League semifinals.
All-Chicago Newcomer Team
Jay Harris, UIC

You read about him above.
VIDEO: MBB Players React to a Steve McClain

Women's Basketball coaches to serve together at Final

4 area colleges play for charity--Mahoning Valley Tribune Chronicle

YSU Announces Summer Women's Basketball

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