Wednesday, November 16, 2016

News On The Horizon 11/17/2016

The Morning Dish – Wednesday, November 16, 2016--Hoopville
Side Dishes
There were several monster individual performances in Toledo’s 103-98 win in overtime over Youngstown State. Marquette transfer Steve Taylor scored 22 points and added even more rebounds-23-for the Rockets, while Cameron Morse lit it up for 40 for the Penguins, including a three-pointer to send it to OT.
No one had a better all-around stat line than Wright State’s Mark Alstork, who scored 29 points and added 10 rebounds and eight assists as the Raiders moved to 2-0 with an 89-87 win over Miami (Ohio).
About Last Night: Nov. 15, 2016--NYC Buckets
The Rest of Division I:
Cleveland St. 67, Canisius 64

Canisius outscored Cleveland State by five in the first half, but the Vikings caim back to take the lead with on a Kasheem Thomas three-pointer with 9:26 remaining and never looked back. Jermaine Crumpton led the Golden Griffins with 21 points. Phil Valenti had 10 points and six assists, but he shot just 5-14 from the field. Edwards scored 17 points to lead the Vikings. The loss was about what was to be expected for the Griffs. They now have one more game on the road, at Duquesne on Friday, before returning to upstate New York for a two-game slate against teams from the Volunteer state.

Vikings Fall At No. 8 Ohio State,
Voice Of The Tigers Dan Dickerson To Call Titan Games On ESPN3,

Titans Battle Bradley in Friday Morning Road
Is beating Steve Hawkins more than just a win for Greg Kampe and Oakland?--Mid-Major Madness

LATE NIGHT SNACKS: Champions Classic headlines busy night--College Basketball Talk
Ray Bowles and Sami Eleraky, Green Bay: The Phoenix pair both had a double-double with Bowles scoring 10 and grabbing 11 rebounds and Eleraky also scoring 10 and grabbing 10 boards.

UIC Looks to Bounce Back against Robert
Milwaukee announces NLI signee Dylan Alderson--UWM Post
Valparaiso-Oregon Preview--CBS Sports
NBA Draft Profile: Alec Peters has the shooting touch to warrant a look at the next level--Mid-Major Madness
Valpo Travels to Take On Top-Five Oregon Team
@NKUNorseMBB heads to Miami (Ohio) for Tarkett Sports

@NKUNorseWBB Signing Day: Chyna
Wright State tops Miami, 89-87, in home opener--Dayton Daily News
Wright State Men’s basketball squeaks out win--The Guardian

Welch is a Welcome Sight for
Q&A: YSU’s Lynch talks director of ops role--Amico Hoops
Steve Taylor Jr. has 22 points, 23 rebounds in Toledo OT win--CBS Sports
A Foul Mood--The Jambar
Penguins Travel for Red Diamond Roundball Classic--The Jambar

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