Sunday, January 17, 2016

News On The Horizon 1/16/2016

Felder with 22 points as Oakland beats Detroit 86-82--CBS Sports
Milwaukee rolls past Illinois-Chicago 87-62--CBS Sports
Carpenter leads Cleveland State past Northern Kentucky 70-65--CBS Sports
Wright State starts fast, routs Youngstown State, 81-45--CBS Sports
Valparaiso pulls away from Green Bay, 85-70, to go to 5-0--CBS Sports
On The Menu: January 16, 2016--Blogging the Bracket
Oakland Golden Grizzlies (10-7, 2-2) at Detroit Titans (9-6, 3-1), 3 p.m. (ESPN3)
Green Bay Phoenix (11-6, 4-1) at Valparaiso Crusaders (14-3, 4-0), 8 p.m. (ESPN3)

Valpo will look to pick up its fourth straight victory over a potential Horizon contender, while Detroit might be able to get itself into second place with a win over Oakland and a Green Bay loss.
OU 86, UDM 82: Felder, Hayes, Gibson fend off Titans--The Detroit Free Press
Smack talk helps lift Oakland over rival Detroit--The Detroit News

College hoops roundup--The Detroit Free Press
More state women

Detroit Mercy 66, Northern Kentucky 65: Nicole Urbanick hit a triple with 9.9 seconds left to complete a fourth-quarter rally for the host Titans (8-9, 4-2 Horizon League). Detroit trailed by as many as 13 points before seizing momentum. Urbanick finished with 14 points. Rosanna Reynolds led UDM with 18. Rianna Gayheart scored 11 for the Norse (10-6, 2-3 HL).

Wright State 77, Oakland 72: Olivia Nash had 28 points and 14 rebounds, but the Golden Grizzlies made just 29 of 83 field goals (34.9%) and got tripped up at home. Taylor Gleason added 17 points for Oakland (10-7, 2-4 Horizon League). Emily Vogelpohl scored 18 points for the Raiders (15-3, 5-0).

Lewis to put up 'Missing' signs for his shot--Louisville Courier-Journal
Cleveland State Vikings Snap Losing Streak, Beat Northern Kentucky 70-65--NEO Sports Insiders
Vikings Earn First League Win, 70-65, at Northern Kentucky Behind 18 Points From

Abshaw & Newman Post Career-Highs As Vikings Defeat Youngstown

UDM’s McCallum: OU rivalry good for city, great for HL--The Detroit Free Press
#MetroSeries Media
Detroit's Rally Falls Just Short in #MetroSeries Loss to

Titans Rally to Thrilling 66-65 Win Over

SATURDAY’S SNACKS: Two more Top 10 teams lose--CollegeBasketballTalk
Kay Felder scored 22 points and dished out nine assists as Oakland won at rival Detroit, 86-82. Paris Bass and Jaleel Hogan scored 20 apiece for the Titans.
Pat Caputo - Oakland University starting to own Detroit in Metro Series--The Oakland Press
Inside game lifts Oakland past rival Detroit--The Oakland Press
Oakland improves record in rivalry with 86-82 win at Detroit--Press Row Sports
Golden Grizzlies record thrilling road win over rival Detroit--Oakland Post


Rapid Reaction: Milwaukee 87, UIC 62--The Catch and Shoot
Flames Tripped by Panthers in Homestand

UWGB men fall to Valparaiso--Green Bay Press Gazette
Valparaiso Pulls Away from Green Bay in Tough Road

UWGB women win 12th straight--Green Bay Press Gazette
Green Bay Defense Smothers UIC in Record-Breaking

Matt Tiby helps Panthers pull away in first half--Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Panthers look to rebound against Flames--PantherU
Milwaukee Puts Out Flames,

Panthers’ Three-Point Barrage Sinks

Fernandez celebrates birthday in style--The NWI Times
Crusaders Continue Run, Take Down Green

Local roundup--The Post-Tribune
VU women lose: Host Milwaukee opened a 22-point halftime lead and coasted past Valparaiso 82-60 in Horizon League women's basketball. Dani Franklin scored 14 points and Abby Dean added 11 for the Crusaders (6-11, 2-4).
Panthers Launch Deep Attack to Overtake
NKU falls to Cleveland State, 70-65--Cincinnati Enquirer
@NKUNorseMBB suffers 70-65 setback to Cleveland

Norse men looking for second Horizon League win in a row; NKU women travel to Detroit--Northern Kentucky Tribune

Wild Finish: Last second tipin disallowed, NKU women drop Horizon League thriller to Detroit--Northern Kentucky Tribune
@NKUNorseWBB denied in final seconds at

Wright State rolls past Youngstown State--Dayton Daily News
Tom Archdeacon: Underhill tribute one big party--Dayton Daily News
Raiders men dominate Youngstown State 81-45--The Guardian
Men Roll Past Youngstown

Demmings Becomes WSU Scoring Leader in Win at

Morse vs. Norse as YSU falls to NKU--Youngstown Vindicator
Wright shows might dropping YSU by 36--Youngstown Vindicator
Penguins Fall to Wright State,

CSU upsets YSU women--Youngstown Vindicator
Sloppy Play Leads to Penguins Loss--The Jambar
Cleveland State Uses Late Run to Beat YSU,

Valpo Remains Undefeated in #HLMBB Play; Three Road Teams Go Home Victorious--Horizon League Network

Kim Demmings Becomes WSU's All-Time Leading Scorer--Horizon League Network

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