Friday, May 27, 2016

News On The Horizon 5/27/2016

Keeping Up with the Horizon League--Mid-Major Madness

The End Could be Near for the Wolstein Center--Campus Pressbox
Cleveland State University may demolish Wolstein Center for smaller arena, housing--Cleveland Plain Dealer

Detroit Mercy hopes to play Michigan in 2017 at Little Caesars Arena--The Detroit Free Press
New Detroit coach Alexander shooting for pride--The Detroit News
Former Titan Doug Anderson In The Finals Of TNT’s “The Dunk King”

Alec Peters withdraws from NBA Draft, will he transfer?--CollegeBasketballTalk
Valparaiso's Alec Peters has withdrawn from the NBA Draft--Mid-Major Madness
NBA Draft Deadline 2016: Key returnees throughout the mid-major landscape--Mid-Major Madness
Alec Peters, Valparaiso

Peters is coming back to college, but it's not clear exactly where that will be in 2016-17. The forward is eligible for a graduate transfer, meaning the can leave for another school -- possibly a high major with a spot still open -- and play immediately. Peters averaged double figures in scoring all three seasons at Valparaiso and scored 20.8 per game in the NIT last season as he led the Crusaders to the title game. If he returns to Valpo, the Crusaders would have a shot at returning to the NCAA Tournament after some feel they were snubbed a year ago.
Clemson announces addition of Valpo transfer David Skara--Today's U Sports
Valparaiso’s Alec Peters withdraws from NBA Draft--Today's U Sports
Alec Peters withdraws from NBA Draft, but will he return to Valparaiso?--The Post-Tribune
VU's Peters withdraws from NBA draft, future undecided--The NWI Times
Alec Peters shares thoughts on NBA, Valparaiso--Inside VU Sports
Reynolds: Why Alec Peters pulled out of NBA draft. Now, will he transfer from Valpo?--Peoria Journal Star
Peters Withdraws From NBA

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