Sunday, January 15, 2017

News On The Horizon 1/15/2017

W-8 BP68--Basketball Predictions
Long shots, but still in the at-large discussion:
Memphis, Temple, Davidson, La Salle, St. Bonaventure, Georgetown, Providence, Iowa, Penn St, Oklahoma, Texas, Charleston, Northeastern, Valparaiso, Boise St, San Diego St, Arizona St, Colorado, Stanford, Alabama, Auburn, Mississippi, Mississippi St, Vanderbilt, Chattanooga
Still alive, but pretty much need a miracle:
UConn, Tulsa, Boston College, Georgia Tech, George Mason, George Washington, UMass, Richmond, St. Joseph's, DePaul, St. John's, Rutgers, William & Mary, Louisiana Tech, Marshall, Green Bay, Harvard, Canisius, Iona, Eastern Michigan, Ohio, Toledo, Loyola-Chicago, Missouri St, Southern Illinois, Colorado St, Fresno St, New Mexico, Wyoming, Tennessee St, Oregon St, Washington, Washington St, LSU, Missouri, North Dakota St, Arkansas St, Georgia Southern, Louisiana-Lafayette, San Francisco
Wright State rallies late to beat Milwaukee 70-67--CBS Sports
Peters scores 30, Valparaiso defeats Cleveland State 78-67--CBS Sports
Illinois-Chicago beats Youngstown State 92-89 in OT--CBS Sports
Friday Recap: The appetizer to Saturday’s feast--Mid-Major Madness
Cleveland State Falls to Valparaiso, 78-67--NEO Sports Insiders
Late Rally Falls Short in CSU's Setback to
Vikings Conclude Stretch of Three Games in Five Days at Oakland on Monday

Four Score In Double-Figures As Vikings Top UIC,
Vikings Begin Three-Game Roadswing At Youngstown State
MLK Day Has The Titans Hosting Youngstown
Golden Grizzlies lack toughness in loss to UDM--OAKLAND INSIDER BY TERRY FOSTER

The Blitz Jan. 18--Oakland Post
Women’s basketball

Women’s basketball split their road trip this past week with a narrow win over Milwaukee (75-73) on Jan. 11 and a tough loss to Green Bay (89-47) on Jan. 13.

Leah Somerfield had a career-high performance with 25 points against the Panthers (11-5, 3-2 HL) while Nola Anderson added a season-high 15 points. The Golden Grizzlies pulled off the narrow victory thanks to their free-throw success. Oakland finished the game with a season-high free throw percentage of 82.

In Friday’s loss to league-leading Green Bay University, Taylor Gleason led the team with 16 points while Sha’Keya Graves added 14. The Golden Grizzlies entered the half down 54-27 after scoring only seven points in the second quarter to the Phoenixes’ 24.

The split put the Golden Grizzlies at 9-7 on the season and 3-2 in the Horizon League headed into Monday’s matchup against Wright State University.
UIC commit Greg Eboigbodin continues his rise at U of D Jesuit--The Catch and Shoot
Flames Outlast Penguins in Classic Overtime

Byrd's Double-Double Not Enough Against Cleveland
Men's Basketball Game Preview: at Valparaiso (1/16/17)
Wright State 70, UWM 67: Panthers falter late--Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Raiders Escape With Late Charge To Top

Late run by Panthers seals the deal--Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Alec Peters lifts Valparaiso, moves closer to career records--Post-Tribune
Peters shines as VU sweeps Ohio road trip--NWI Times
Crusaders Close Out Perfect Road Trip With Win at
Third Game In Five Days Awaits Men's

Hamlet Turns in Career Performance in Tight Loss to
Norse get dominated in the paint, fall to Wright State--The Northerner
@NKUNorseWBB drops 70-63 decision to Wright
Alstork rallies WSU from 11 down to beat Milwaukee--Dayton Daily News
Men Rally for 70-67 Win at

Balanced Attack Leads Women to Win at Northern
Morse’s 40 points not enough for YSU--Youngstown Vindicator
Penguins burned by Flames despite Morse’s 40 points--Mahoning Valley Tribune Chronicle
Morse Scores 40 as Penguins Fall 92-89 in
Penguins Visit Detroit Mercy for Third Game in Five

Maturing Penguins--Youngstown Vindicator
Penguins hold on for second straight win--Mahoning Valley Tribune Chronicle
Smolinski's Strong Second Half Helps Penguins Beat Valparaiso,
Road Teams Sweep Saturday Action; #HLMBB Update Jan. 14--The Horizon League

#HLWBB Recaps, Jan. 14--The Horizon League

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