Friday, March 25, 2016

News On The Horizon 3/24/2016

The Horizon League’s Uncertain Future--Campus Pressbox

Cleveland State Basketball Set to Host Four-Star Point Guard Markell Johnson--Cleveland State Hoops

Bass, Wilson Share MVP Honors At Annual Men’s Basketball

OU's Bellin speaks at Brussels hospital: 'You've got no idea'--The Detroit Free Press
Ex-Oakland U basketball star recounts Brussels attacks--The Detroit News
Seniors prepare for final games with the Golden

The Morning Dish – Thursday, March 24, 2016--Hoopville
Side Dishes
The situation at Wisconsin-Milwaukee continues to simmer, as three of the team’s top players have asked for their releases. Austin Arians, Jordan Johnson-the nation’s second-leading assist man this year-and Akeem Springs all are considering a transfer, though all three have said they will wait to see who UWM hires as its new coach. It’s been an ugly situation, with the school’s athletic director first not allowing the team to play in a postseason tourney and then firing coach Rob Jeter, and the players have been vocal yet reasonable in addressing their concerns with the way things have gone down.

Valpo Basketball
New logo causes stir in Norse Nation--The Northerner

YSU can’t keep up with Ragin’ Cajuns--Youngstown Vindicator
It’s all over--Mahoning Valley Tribune Chronicle
Penguins Fall to Louisiana in the WBI Semis--The Jambar

Youngstown State Falls To Louisiana in WBI--Horizon League Network
Kim Demmings All-Region Nominee for All-America Team--Horizon League Network

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