Friday, March 3, 2017

News On The Horizon 3/3/2017

March Madness 2017: Horizon League tournament bracket, channel, stream, picks--CBS Sports
2017 Horizon League
Vikings Open Horizon League Championship on Friday vs. Youngstown

Women's Basketball Set For 2017 Horizon League
Corey Allen, Detroit Mercy prepare for run in Horizon League tourney--Detroit Free Press
How to follow the UDM vs. Milwaukee game in Horizon League tournament--Detroit Free Press
UDM's Eichler's ties with UM's Wagner beyond Teutonic--Detroit News
Titans Open #MotorCityMadness With Milwaukee On

Detroit Mercy women tired of 20-year Horizon League title drought--Detroit Free Press
Ristovski Earns Horizon League All-Academic
Led by Walker, Oakland hoping to avoid repeat Horizon tournament fate--Detroit Free Press
Wojo: Oakland's Kampe survives it all, hunts for more--Detroit News
Lesson learned for Oakland with last year’s one-and-done in Horizon tourney; ‘It’s right there for us, we just gotta go take it’--Oakland Press

Injuries impact OU men, women entering Horizon tourney--Detroit News
3 Flames collect hardware--Whoosh! Net
UWGB women ready for Madness--Green Bay Press Gazette
Mehryn Kraker Named to Academic All-League
UWM confident heading into Horizon tournament--Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Brett Prahl One Of Five Named Academic
Panthers Open “Motor City Madness” Against Detroit

Kostowicz Brings In More League
The Morning Dish – Thursday, March 2, 2017--Hoopville
Side Dishes:
Very unfortunate news for Valparaiso senior Alec Peters, as reports are his season is finished due to a stress fracture. Peters will rank right there with Bryce Drew as the best players in Valpo recent history, and he should always be remembered for going against the grain and staying with the Crusaders for his senior year, when it would’ve been exceptionally easy to ditch his team and transfer somewhere else.
Bracketology: Kansas leads final march to Selection Sunday--College Basketball Talk
5) West Virginia
12) Illinois State
4) Purdue
13) Valparaiso
Five mid-major players poised to become Cinderella stars in NCAA tournament--USA Today
► Alec Peters, Valparaiso (24-7, 14-4 Horizon): The versatile 6-9 forward is the centerpiece for the Crusaders, favorites to win the Horizon League, and he likely has an NBA future ahead as well. He's second in the nation in scoring with an average of 23 points a game, complemented by 10.1 rebounds. A stress reaction in his leg poses concern for his health in March.
Valparaiso seeks Horizon League Tournament title without injured Alec Peters--Post-Tribune
VU's Peters done for the year--NWI Times
Valpo Basketball
Peters to Miss Remainder of the
Peters Named First Team Academic

Valpo Women Open Tournament, Face Youngstown State on
These parents try to hit every game their sons coach and grandkids play in. That's 70+ games a year--WCPO
Bothof to SGA: NKU-UC to play in basketball in future--The Northerner
All-Academic award latest for @NKUNorseMBB’s

#MotorCityMadness kicks off for @NKUNorseWBB against
Nagy wants Raiders to experience March Madness--Dayton Daily News
Men’s Basketball Readies for

Second-seeded Raiders women open HL tournament play Saturday--Dayton Daily News
Co-Champs Get Ready for
Follow tale of Cameron Morse from underrated Flint recruit to NCAA top-10 scorer--MLive
YSU basketball teams open Horizon League play tonight--Youngstown Vindicator
New seasons, new focus for YSU--Mahoning Valley Tribune Chronicle
Matt Donlan Named Academic All-Horizon

YSU women try to forget injuries--Mahoning Valley Tribune Chronicle
2016-17 Horizon League Men's Basketball All-Academic Team--The Horizon League
Oakland and Valparaiso once again top seeds at Motor City Madness--The Horizon League


Horizon League Women's Basketball Academic All-League Team Announced--The Horizon League
New beginnings for Horizon League Women's Basketball Championship--The Horizon League

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