Thursday, December 10, 2015

News On The Horizon 12/10/2015

Jenkins posts double-double as Detroit edges Toledo 75-72--CBS Sports
Good-Bye, Titan Reggie--More Than A Fan
Time Warner Sports Channel Announces Coverage of CSU

Jenkins posts double-double as Detroit edges Toledo 75-72--USA Today
UDM 75, Toledo 72: McFolley, Jenkins help win 1 for Reggie--The Detroit Free Press
Longtime Channel 7 sports producer Reggie Hall dies--The Detroit Free Press
Wednesday’s basketball: Jenkins leads Detroit over Toledo--The Detroit News
#WinForReggie As Titans Fire Past Toledo,

Women's college basketball: Powers leads MSU at Davidson--The Detroit Free Press
Detroit Mercy 64, IPFW 63: Sophomore forward Brianne Cohen hit two free throws with 3 seconds remaining to lift the host Titans to their fourth straight victory, their longest win streak since 2012-13. UDM (4-4) trailed by six points with 2:59 left, but sophomore guard Nicole Urbanick hit a triple from the wing with 2:37 left, and after a couple of defensive stops, Cohen hit a lay-up to pull the Titans within 63-62 with 46 seconds left. Rosanna Reynolds led UDM with 20 points and seven assists. The Mastodons are 3-6.
Clutch Free Throws Lifts Detroit to Fourth-Straight

Ranking top 100 college basketball players through the first month--Eye On College Basketball
64. Kahlil Felder, Oakland

Felder is known most for his passing prowess, as he'll have an outside shot next season if he stays healthy to become the NCAA's all-time assist leader. He's currently averaging 9.3 assists per game. With 538 already accumulated, if he can stay at the nine-assist per game level over the course of his next two years, he'd put himself within striking distance of Bobby Hurley's all-time record of 1,076 assists.

He's also added even further scoring punch from last season, as he's putting up 23 points per game right now on strong shooting efficiency. Oh yeah, he's also listed at 5-9 and did this in an exhibition game earlier this season.
Game Recap: Oakland heats up late to win big over Binghamton by a score of 83 to 72--Mid-Major Madness
Oakland U. gets hot late, beats Binghamton, 83-72--The Detroit Free Press
Monday’s basketball: Felder leads Oakland past Binghamton--The Detroit News
Men's basketball survives Binghamton--Oakland Post

Ahman Fells Selected in NBL Canada
Motor City Madness Tickets on Sale

Former Green Bay assistant coach Brian Barone dismissed from new position--Mid-Major Madness
Horizon League "Motor City Madness" Tickets On Sale

Lindstrom, Kraker lead UWGB women over Butler--Green Bay Press Gazette
Fourth Quarter Production Earns Green Bay Victory at

Milwaukee snaps 22-game losing streak to Wisconsin 68-67--CBS Sports
5-foot-9 Jordan Johnson playing big for UWM--Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
UWM guard Johnson comes up big with 22 points--Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Men’s Basketball Beats Wisconsin for First Time in 23 Years--UWM Post
McCloud ruled eligible, will suit up at Wisconsin--PantherU
Panthers go to Madison as Badgers hit their stride--PantherU
Wednesday’s game is important for 2015 and beyond--PantherU
Horizon League “Motor City Madness” Tickets On Sale Thursday, December
Panthers Make Badgers See Red; Finally Snap

Women’s Basketball Falls to Northwestern--UWM Post
UWM To Take On Panthers Thursday Night

College basketball: Valparaiso and 4 other
Valparaiso hangs on to beat Indiana State, 69-63--CBS Sports
David Skara's late heroics lead Valparaiso to men's basketball win--The Post-Tribune
College basketball preview: Valparaiso at Indiana State--The Post-Tribune
UPDATE: Crusaders hold off Indiana State late to improve to 8-2--The NWI Times
Horizon League “Motor City Madness” Tickets On Sale Thursday, December
Crusaders Claim Road Win at Indiana
Valpo to Face Chicago State Friday

WBB: Valparaiso narrowly escapes with win over Cardinal Stritch, enters win column--The Torch
Akron Slides Past Crusaders Wednesday
NKU men fall in overtime to Eastern Illinois--The Northerner

Kinch continues hot play as Norse bounce IPFW--The Northerner

Bluiett has 22, No. 12 Xavier beats Wright State 90-55--CBS Sports
Tom Archdeacon: Homecoming a strikeout for Benzinger--Dayton Daily News
No. 12 Xavier dominates Wright State--The Guardian
Men Drop Decision at #12/13
Horizon League “Motor City Madness” Tickets On

Raiders dominate Cincinnati Christian 107-44--The Guardian
Six in Double Figures as Women Roll Past Cincinnati
Demmings Named to Naismith Watch

Penn State hands YSU women first loss--Youngstown Vindicator
Horizon League "Motor City Madness” Tickets On Sale Thursday, December
Men's Basketball Visits No. 11 Purdue Saturday

YSU women face tall task at Penn State--Mahoning Valley Tribune Chronicle
Most recent Penn State visit in NCAA tournament--Mahoning Valley Tribune Chronicle
Women fall to Lions--Mahoning Valley Tribune Chronicle
Penn State Pulls Away in Fourth to Hand YSU First
Women's Basketball Begins Three-Game Home Stand with Kent State on

Motor City Madness Tickets On Sale Now--Horizon League Network
Detroit, UWM & Valpo Finish Strong to Post Wins--Horizon League Network

Valpo, Oakland Collect Monday Wins--Horizon League Network
Wright State Rolls To Victory over Cincinnati Christian--Horizon League Network
Strong Fourth Quarters Propel Green Bay and Detroit to Victories--Horizon League Network
Wright State's Kim Demmings Named to Naismith Watch List--Horizon League Network

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