Tuesday, December 1, 2015

News On The Horizon 12/1/2015

Wichita State’s Anton Grady off crutches and waiting for next step in recovery--Wichita Eagle
Shockers drop three in Orlando--Shocker Hoops
To add to the roster woes of Wichita State, Anton Grady suffered a spinal concussion against Alabama; the scary moment left the arena in silence as Anton lay motionless on the court. Taken from the court on a stretcher, the 5th year center was taken to the hospital for testing. Grady was given an x-ray and an MRI, both revealing no damage to his bones or soft tissue around the spine. Paul Suellentrop of the Wichita Eagle reports that Anton’s father believes he will be back to full strength in two weeks with rest, and expects Anton to finish the season with Wichita State. More information will hopefully be available in the coming weeks as to the status of Grady’s health and return to basketball.
New rules having impact on defense and coaches aren't happy: Local College Basketball 2015--Cleveland Plain Dealer
Rob Edwards earns Horizon League Freshman of the Week--Cleveland State Hoops
Edwards Named Horizon League Freshman of the Week--csuvikings.com
Vikings Conclude Road Swing at Toledo on Wednesday--csuvikings.com

A Look at the Week Ahead for Cleveland State Vikings Athletics--NEO Sports Insiders

Women's Basketball Travels To Kent State For Midweek Contest--csuvikings.com

Detroit-Vanderbilt Preview--CBS Sports
Titans Visit Music City & Nationally Ranked Vanderbilt On Wednesday--detroittitans.com

Titans Continue Homestand, Host Cincinnati on Wednesday--detroittitans.com

The Morning Dish – Tuesday, December 1, 2015--Hoopville
Tonight’s menu: It’s a busy night, as teams get busy again after the Thanksgiving holiday and squeeze in games before final exams.
Several SEC teams will get serious tests at home. Richmond has already picked up some early quality wins, and the Spiders have a shot at another when they go to Florida. Georgia also hosts a dangerous Oakland team.
Georgia beats Oakland 86-82--CBS Sports
Oakland edged on the road by Georgia, 86-82--The Oakland Press
Controversial late call helps push Georgia past Oakland, 86-82--Press Row Sports
Eight things to know before tonight's men's basketball game--Oakland Post
OAKLAND EDGED AT GEORGIA, 86-82--ougrizzlies.com

OAKLAND ROLLS PAST DARTMOUTH, 78-60--ougrizzlies.com

Men’s basketball ready to face rival Demons at home--UIC News
Familiar face pains Flames--Whoosh!Net
UIC Welcomes DePaul to Pavilion for Crosstown Clash--uicflames.com

High-scoring fourth period pushes Flames to victory--UIC News
Ruvanna Campbell named College Sports Madness Horizon League Player of the Week--uicflames.com

Fouse leads Green Bay to 87-69 win over SIU-Edwardsville--CBS Sports
UWGB men beat SIUE for 4th straight win--Green Bay Press Gazette
Fouse, Hot Shooting Gives Phoenix Illinois Road Sweep--GreenBayPhoenix.com

Fan speaks truth to Horizon League in survey--PantherU

Panther Sports Report Debuts Tuesday--uwmpanthers.com

Women’s Basketball Goes 1-2 on Thanksgiving Road Trip--UWM Post
Milwaukee Women Back Home And Back Downtown--uwmpanthers.com

Crusaders Turn the Calendar Wednesday vs. RedHawks--valpoathletics.com
North Carolina A&T holds off Northern Kentucky, 74-63--CBS Sports
Billups scores 20, but NKU comes up short in loss at North Carolina A&T--Northern Kentucky Tribune
Billups’ 20 points not enough as Norse fall 74-63--The Northerner
Aggies topple @NKUNorseMBB on the road, 74-63--nkunorse.com

NKU women’s basketball team climbs to school best No. 50 in latest RPI rankings--Northern Kentucky Tribune
Norse women rally late to defeat Robert Morris--The Northerner
@NKUNorseWBB enters initial RPI ranking at No. 50--nkunorse.com
@NKUNorseWBB faces in-state foe No. 11/11 Kentucky--nkunorse.com

Preview: Albion at Wright State--Dayton Daily News
Wright State looks to bounce back after blowout loss--Dayton Daily News
Wright State picks up victory against Albion--Dayton Daily News
TOM ARCHDEACON: Well-traveled ‘Biggie’ makes WSU debut--Dayton Daily News
Karena leads Raiders past Albion--The Guardian
Men Roll Past Albion 68-50--wsuraiders.com

Win over top-25 team buoys Raiders--Dayton Daily News
Demmings, Vogelpohl Recognized by Horizon League--wsuraiders.com

Hain earns Horizon’s weekly honor--Mahoning Valley Tribune Chronicle
40 Years in the Making--The Jambar
Bobby Hain Named Horizon League Player of the Week--ysusports.com

YSU women find offensive touch--Mahoning Valley Tribune Chronicle
YSU Rebounds After Rough Start--The Jambar
Women's Basketball Heads to Bucknell for Wednesday Affair--ysusports.com

Youngstown State's Hain, Cleveland State's Edwards Collect Men's Basketball Honors--Horizon League Network
Strong First Half Sends Green Bay to Victory--Horizon League Network
WSU Rolls to Win; Oakland Falls Short at UGA--Horizon League Network

Oakland Defeats Dartmouth, 78-60--Horizon League Network

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