Wednesday, December 30, 2015

News On The Horizon 12/30/2015

How the conferences shape up as 2016 approaches--Hoopville
Horizon League: This should come down to Valparaiso and Oakland, two teams that are well-coached and battle-tested. Milwaukee and Detroit should be competitive, but this looks like a two-horse race.

Cleveland State powers past D-II Cedarville 77-37--CBS Sports
Iowa's Anthony Clemmons (Lansing) finally beats MSU--The Detroit Free Press
Iowa’s Clemmons stymies ex-classmate Forbes--The Detroit News
Cleveland State crushes Cedarville in final non-conference game--Cleveland Plain Dealer
Cleveland State Wraps Up Homestand Tonight Against Cedarville--NEO Sports Insiders
Cleveland State Dominates Cedarville 77-37--NEO Sports Insiders
Cleveland State 77, Cedarville 37: CSU knocks down 12 3-pointers in win over Cedarville--Cleveland State Hoops
Edwards Ties Mark in 77-37 Win over Cedarville as Vikings Hit 12 Three'

Monday's basketball: Eastern Michigan handles Detroit--The Detroit News

Titans Host Eastern Michigan for Final Non-Conference

The Morning Dish – Wednesday, December 30, 2015--Hoopville
Today’s Menu:
After almost toppling Michigan State last week, Oakland now goes to Virginia to take on the Cavaliers.
PREGAME SHOOTAROUND: Kahlil Felder gets a shot at Virginia--CollegeBasketballTalk
Oakland-Virginia Preview--CBS Sports
On The Menu: December 30, 2015--Blogging the Bracket
Long Beach State 49ers at No. 15 Duke Blue Devils, 4 p.m. (ACC RSNs/ESPN3)
Oakland Golden Grizzlies at No. 5 Virginia Cavaliers, 6 p.m. (ESPNU)

The Blue Devils and Cavaliers wrap up their ACC prep with a pair of high-quality mid-majors. Don't expect the Golden Grizzlies to keep this as close as their OT loss to Michigan State in Auburn Hills eight days ago.
Metro & state: Felder, Oakland steal win vs. Chicago St.--The Detroit Free Press
Men's basketball survives Chicago State 101-93--Oakland Post


Northern Illinois tops Illinois-Chicago 70-65--CBS Sports
UIC comeback falls short against Northern Illinois in non-conference finale--The Catch and Shoot
UIC's Second-Half Comebacks Thwarted by

Flames Open Horizon League Play at Wright

Jamar Hurdle heating up--Phear The Phoenix

Green Bay Set to Close Non-Conference Slate with

Arians’ three-point shooting woes deserve patience--PantherU
Former Panther Mitchell Carter Signs Professional
Panthers And Raiders Get Horizon League Play Underway

The Morning Dish – Tuesday, December 29, 2015--Hoopville
NKU set to face Toledo Rockets in final non-conference game of season--Northern Kentucky Tribune
Toledo provides next test for

NKU set to take on Valparaiso in Horizon League opener for both teams--Northern Kentucky Tribune
@NKUNorseWBB host Valpo to open Horizon League

Donlon: ‘I feel we can win our league’--Dayton Daily News

YSU’s Hain out with injury--Youngstown Vindicator
Penguins’ Hain out with foot injury--Mahoning Valley Tribune Chronicle
Men's Basketball Opens Horizon League Play at Detroit

YSU women to keep possession vs. Tenn. State--Mahoning Valley Tribune Chronicle

CSU Rides Three-Point Shot to Win--Horizon League Network

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