Friday, February 12, 2016

News On The Horizon 2/12/2016

The Morning Dish – Friday, February 12, 2016--Hoopville
Side Dishes
Valparaiso did not slip up, cruising past Northern Kentucky 64-52 to move to 21-4. The Crusaders showed their depth, with reserves scoring 30 of their 64 points.
LATE NIGHT SNACKS: Indiana, California pick up important home wins--CollegeBasketballTalk
Matt Tiby accounted for 24 points and 11 rebounds and Jordan Johnson added 14 points and ten assists as Milwaukee won 93-85 at Oakland.

Wichita State knows it has to work on its foul mood--Wichita Eagle
Miller, who avoided foul trouble well enough to earn Missouri Valley Conference Player of the Year honors in 2006, understands what the Shockers, especially centers Shaq Morris and Anton Grady, are enduring.

“The referee sees big guy-small guy and a lot of times they’re going to give the benefit of the doubt to the smaller player.”

Former WSU center Paul Miller

“The referee sees big guy-small guy and a lot of times they’re going to give the benefit of the doubt to the smaller player,” Miller said. “Part of it is understanding the times when you can make contact and the times when the refs are watching a little more closely and you can’t get away with it.”
Vikings Return to Action at Youngstown State on Saturday

Vikings Set For Saturday Afternoon Contest At Green

UDM's Anton Wilson works to help Flint, his hometown--The Detroit Free Press
Titans To Face Milwaukee On Senior Day, Homecoming

Women's Basketball Hosts Valparaiso for Pink

Oakland continues to struggle at home, falls to Milwaukee--The Oakland Press

Growth starting to show as UIC wins 2nd of last 3 games--The Catch and Shoot
Big man on campus--Whoosh!Net
Dominant Defense Lifts UIC Past Wright State,
Flames Welcome Norse to UIC Pavilion for First Time

Next Up on Michigan Swing -

UWGB men ready to come home | Phoenix weekly--Green Bay Press Gazette
Phoenix preview: Green Bay at Oakland--Phear The Phoenix
Triplets cheer at UWGB, Packers games--Green Bay Press Gazette

Lindstrom's Double-Double Lifts Green Bay to 20th

UW-Milwaukee 93, Oakland 85 - Balanced attack carries Panthers--Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Panthers looking for answers in Oakland--PantherU
University should approach Bucks for joint practice facility--PantherU
Tiby, Panoske key to pounding Titans inside--PantherU
Motor City Madness Travel Package Offered For Milwaukee
Panthers Spend Off Day Taking On Burger Baylor
Panthers Look For Weekend Sweep In Michigan Saturday At

Ford-Washington comes through in OT--Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Women’s Basketball: Resilient Panthers Push Past Vikings--UWM Post
Panthers Host Penguins For Pink Out Game
Warras’ Call Recognized By

Shane Hammink's big night helps Valparaiso keep rolling--The Post-Tribune
College basketball preview: Wright State at Valparaiso--The Post-Tribune
Crusaders starting to pull away from Horizon pack--The NWI Times
Valpo Men Host Wright State on Hall of Fame

Bolt off the bench--The Torch
Basketball team faces key conference opponent--The Torch
Crusader Women Set to Challenge Detroit
Road tilt at UIC next on the docket for

@NKUNorseWBB hosts Wright State; looks to Box Out

3 things to know about WSU’s loss at UIC--Dayton Daily News
Raiders going for sweep of HL-leading Valpo--Dayton Daily News
Road struggles continue for the Raiders--The Guardian

YSU men seek to end 3-game losing streak--Mahoning Valley Tribune Chronicle

YSU WOMEN go cold in losing on road to UWGB--Youngstown Vindicator
YSU women trounced at GB--Mahoning Valley Tribune Chronicle

Thursday Results Give Valpo 2.5 Game Lead on Field--Horizon League Network
Wichmann's Basketball Family Helps Him Overcome Adversity--Horizon League Network

#HLWBB Standings Tighten Up on Thursday--Horizon League Network
Horizon League Women's Basketball Championship Individual Session Tickets Going on Sale Feb. 15--Horizon League Network

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