Friday, February 3, 2017

News On The Horizon 2/3/2017

Hayes, Brock lead Oakland to 90-76 win over Youngstown St.--CBS Sports
Edwards, Word lead Cleveland State rally in 2nd half--CBS Sports
Peters scores 22 to lead Valparaiso past Milwaukee 71-53--CBS Sports
Green Bay seals it at the line over UIC in 84-80 win--CBS Sports
Cleveland State uses second-half rally to defeat Detroit Mercy, 90-73--Cleveland Plain Dealer
Vikings Use 19-0 Second Half Run to Top Detroit Mercy,

Sports Mini Stories--CSU Cauldron
CSU men’s basketball Milwaukee Panthers

The Cleveland State University men’s basketball team lost a heartbreaker on the road against the Milwaukee Panthers by a score of 63-62. The Vikings lead by 12 at halftime, but could not hold onto the lead late in the second half.

After Kasheem Thomas made a layup to put the Vikings ahead by one with 12 seconds left in the game, the Panthers’ Brock Stull knocked down a field goal to put the Panthers ahead for good with just a second left.

The Vikings were led by Bobby Word, who scored 18 points on four three pointers. Rob Edwards tallied 17 points, seven steals and seven rebounds.

The Vikings, now 2-6 in Horizon League play, will look to get back on track this week with games against the University of Wisconsin - Green Bay.
Women’s basketball picks up win against Oakland

The Cleveland State University women’s basketball team was victorious against Oakland University by a score of 74-62.

The Vikings were led by junior Khayla Livingston, who scored a career high 28 points and collected nine rebounds in the win. Junior Olivia Voskhul added 16 points and seven rebounds, while sophomore Ashanti Abshaw scored 13 points and had seven rebounds.

The Vikings were down heading into the fourth quarter, but outscored the Golden Grizzlies 18-4 in the fourth to pull out the win.

43 percent field goal shooting and 39 percent three point field goal shooting lead the Vikings to victory.

The Vikings Sunday results were not available at press time.

Sierra Davidson talk involvement on campus--CSU Cauldron
Abshaw & Livingston Combine For 46 Points In Victory Over
Titans Upended By Cleveland

Titans Down Panthers, Reynolds Breaks Career Assists

Women’s basketball stuns No. 21 Green Bay--Oakland Post
Faltering late--Whoosh! Net
Five Score Double Figures as Flames Fall at Green

Cleveland State Tops Flames in Final
UWGB men come back twice to beat UIC--Green Bay Press Gazette
Trevor Anderson won't play Saturday, could miss several more weeks--Phear The Phoenix
Jones and Lowe Help Green Bay Run Away from UIC

No. 21 UWGB women upset by Oakland--Green Bay Press Gazette
No. 21/24 Green Bay Suffers First League Loss of the Season at
Valparaiso 71, UWM 53: Crusaders dominate--Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Valparaiso Stays Hot, Knocks Off Panthers

Red-Hot Titans Take Down
Milwaukee Looks For Bounce-Back Game At
Bracketology: Kansas shows its mettle--College Basketball Talk
5) Butler
4) Wisconsin
Bubble Banter: It’s a quiet night on the bubble--College Basketball Talk

Valparaiso (RPI: 61, KenPom: 92, No. 12 seed): Like UNCW, Valpo is in a position where they are currently on the bubble but can only hurt their profile the rest of the way. I’m not sure they can get an at-large bid if they don’t win out during the regular season, but they do have wins over Rhode Island, Alabama and BYU, all of whom are pretty good teams.
Bracketology: Kansas pushes past Baylor in South, Northwestern falls to 7 seed--Catch and Shoot
5 Duke
12 Valpo
4 Florida
13 Arkansas State
Micah Bradford big as Valparaiso rolls past Milwaukee for eighth straight win--Post-Tribune
VU's Matt Lottich and Milwaukee's Todd Townsend are forever brothers--NWI Times
Strong defense leads Valparaiso to eighth straight victory--NWI Times
Peters Named Finalist For Karl Malone
Crusaders Handle Panthers For Eighth Straight

Lindfors Enjoys Double-Double as Crusaders Coast to First League
Horizon-League foe Wright State provides next test for
Santiago, Haygood Have Career Scoring Highs In Loss To

Lindfors Helps Crusaders to 77-60 Win Over
Eight Straight for Valpo; #HLMBB Update Feb. 2--The Horizon League

Green Bay Women's Basketball Success--The Horizon League
Oakland upsets Green Bay; #HLWBB Recaps Feb. 2--The Horizon League

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