Tuesday, March 21, 2017

News On The Horizon 3/21/2017

Cleveland State coaching job has some intriguiging possibile candidates--Cleveland Plain Dealer
Isaiah Brock’s family and Army friends show support at Richmond game--Oakland Post
The Morning Dish – Tuesday, March 21, 2017--Hoopville
Side Dishes
In addition to Utah Valley’s win, the CBI semifinals are now set, and it’s not going out on a limb to say Wyoming has emerged as a heavy favorite. The Cowboys defeated UMKC 72-61, and at 20-14 are easily the most successful team left this season. The other three semifinalists have a combined record of one game over .500, though 17-18 Illinois-Chicago picked up a solid home win over George Washington 80-71, while Coastal Carolina knocked out Loyola (Md.) 72-63.
UIC postseason run part of college basketball resurgence in Illinois--Chicago Tribune
Flames head to CBI semifinals--UIC News
A big helping hand--Whoosh! Net
UIC Set for CBI Semifinal at Coastal Carolina--uicflames.com

SPARK Donates Over 1,000 Items of Clothing--uicflames.com
Seniors end careers with most wins in GB history--

UWGB women still the top team in Horizon--Green Bay Press Gazette
“Concerned Panther Fan” responds to Amanda Braun controvery--UWM Post
Alec Peters--Draft Express
Sports Vault: In 2000, the NKU women weren't considered contenders -- until they won it all--WCPO
Men’s Basketball to Host Summer Camps--wsuraiders.com

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