Saturday, June 13, 2015

News On The Horizon 6/13/2015

New Coach, New Scoreboard & Some New Rules For Women’s Basketball In

Kampe leads the way to raise $162,250 for American Cancer Society--Oakland Post
Horizon League welcomes Northern Kentucky University--Oakland Post

Dikembe Dixson Commits to Flames Prior to Upcoming

Regina Miller named to WBCA/USA Today Division I Top 25 Coaches Poll
2014-15 WBB Highlights: Imani

STEVE HANLON: All-Star week is a whirlwind of fun--The NWI Times
On the girls team are Merrillville's Victoria Gaines and Michigan City's Michal Miller. Along with Holba on the boys team, Zionsville's Derrik Smits, a Valparaiso University recruit, is also enjoying the busy days filled with non-stop travel.
"I didn't know that Wooden could've gone to Purdue instead of UCLA," Smits said. "The state of Indiana could've had a few more national championships had he stayed. It was fun learning about all the history."

Smits father, Rik Smits, was a star for the Indiana Pacers and played against Valpo coach Bryce Drew back in the day. So this 7-foot Crusader is already entrenched into this state's history.

And my steak money says he will make even more history once he arrives at the Athletics-Recreation Center.
Valpo's Smits has monster game to lead Indiana All-Stars to win--The NWI Times

Ross Memorial Service

Men's Basketball Team Camp Breaks

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