Friday, December 18, 2015

News On The Horizon 12/18/2015

Vikings Open Three Game Homestand Against Belmont on

Connecticut Sun name Baldwin Wallace grad Curt Miller as new head coach--Cleveland Plain Dealer
Miller has also been an an assistant at Colorado State (1998-01), Syracuse (1994–98) and Cleveland State (1991-94).
Vikings Close Out Non-League Play At Tulane

Longtime Ch. 7 sports producer, fan ‘covered it all’--The Detroit News
Titans To Battle Knights On Saturday On Military Appreciation
Listen To Coach McCallum On ESPN 105.1 With Ryan &
Motor City Madness Tickets Now On

MSU basketball can make history in Boston--The Detroit News
A refreshed Michigan State team will be looking to win its 12th consecutive game, which would tie the 2000-01 team for the best start in school history. Another win on Tuesday against Oakland at The Palace of Auburn Hills would set a record and send the Spartans into Big Ten play unbeaten.


Pressure cooks up trouble--Whoosh!Net
UIC Treks Across Town Saturday to Tangle with

Flames’ streak hits 5 as they head home for Dec. 20 match--UIC News
UIC Runs Win Streak To Five

Botz finally getting chance to shine--Green Bay Press Gazette
'Nix in the Pros update: 12/18/15--Phear The Phoenix
News and notes: Lineup shuffle, hot Botz, and more--Phear The Phoenix
Green Bay Hosts Final Non-Conference Home Game on

Green Bay Welcomes South Dakota State on

The Morning Dish – Thursday, December 17, 2015--Hoopville
Today’s menu: Another quiet schedule on finals week for many schools
A quietly good game between a pair of schools who have wins over Big Ten teams already this year: South Dakota (victorious over Minnesota) plays at Wisconsin-Milwaukee, which knocked off Wisconsin last week.
The Morning Dish – Friday, December 18, 2015--Hoopville
Side Dishes
The game of the night took place in Milwaukee, where South Dakota outlasted Wisconsin-Milwaukee 92-91 in double overtime. Wisconsin native Tre Burnette scored the go-ahead basket for the Coyotes with 1.2 seconds left in the second OT and then blocked a final UWM shot attempt at the buzzer. Counting a win over Minnesota 12 days earlier, that’s two 2-OT wins for USD in its last four games.
Late shot lifts South Dakota over Milwaukee 92-91 after 2OTs--CBS Sports
For UW-Milwaukee, double OT loss stings--Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Panthers can’t overcome eight Coyotes--PantherU
Coyotes Escape With Double-Overtime Win Over

Women’s Basketball Loses Close One to Denver--UWM Post

College basketball preview: Missouri State at Valparaiso--The Post-Tribune
Injuries have kept Valparaiso from showing full potential--The NWI Times
Crusaders Return Home, Host Missouri

Crusader Women Collide with Cougars Saturday at the
Women's Basketball Signs Five to
Northern Kentucky men return to action at home Saturday, face off with winless Southeast Missouri--Northern Kentucky Tribune
Weekend tilt with SEMO on @NKUNorseMBB’s

NKU Basketball Coaches Show starts Dec.

Norse Notes: Northern Kentucky women host Akron Saturday; coaches radio shows begin Dec. 28--Northern Kentucky Tribune
@NKUNorseWBB closes nonconference slate against

Wright State pulls away from Charleston Southern 71-65--CBS Sports
Wright State pulls away from Charleston Southern 71-65--USA Today
Arch: Thomasson, family help Raiders win--Dayton Daily News
Raiders top Charleston
Raiders men bounce back against Charleston Southern--The Guardian
Men Hold Off Charleston

Time Warner to broadcast WSU games--Dayton Daily News

Men's Basketball Visits B1G Foe Michigan Saturday

Horizon League Athletes of the Week (Week of Dec. 7)--Horizon League Network
Balanced Offensive Attack Leads to WSU Win--Horizon League Network

Ruvanna's Road--Horizon League Network

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