Horizon League RUMORS & NEWS

  • Valparaiso transfer David Skara commits to Clemson

    ACC Sports "Just weeks after visiting Clemson, former Valparaiso forward David Skara will transfer into the Tigers program, according to multiple reports. A 6-8, 205-pound power forward, Skara arrived at Valparaiso as part of then-coach Bryce Drew’s 2014 recruiting class." May 23

  • VU's Carter denied fifth year by NCAA

    NWItimes "As Keith Carter limped out of Madison Square Garden following Valparaiso’s loss in the National Invitation Tournament title game, the senior point guard held out hope that he hadn’t played his final game in a Valparaiso uniform. Those hopes were dashed on Wednesday morning as Carter was..." May 12

  • Bass among pair of UD players not returning

    Detroit News "University of Detroit men's basketball players Paris Bass and Jalen Gibson will not be returning to the team next season, the school announced Tuesday. Both are free to seek other playing opportunities, the school said. Bass was the team's leading scorer, averaging 18.4 points. Gibson played in..." May 11

  • Detroit officially names Bacari Alexander head coach

    Detroit Free Press "Detroit Mercy has its next basketball coach. And he's a familiar face. Bacari Alexander, a former Titans player and assistant coach, is expected to be the next head coach, needing only to work out the final contract numbers, according to multiple people with knowledge of the negotiations. He is..." April 22

  • Report: Bacari Alexander to be named Detroit Titans head coach

    UM Hoops "After being rumored as the frontrunner for weeks, Michigan assistant coach Bacari Alexander will be named the new head coach of the University of Detroit Jesuit Titans — according to a report by ESPN’s Jeff Goodman. Alexander had been an assistant coach at Michigan since since 2010. He..." April 20

  • Milwaukee transfer Austin Arians bound for Wake Forest

    The Score "A former Milwaukee Panther is reportedly now a Wake Forest Demon Deacon. Austin Arians, a 6-foot-6 forward who averaged 11.4 points per game for Milwaukee this year, will transfer as a graduate student to Wake Forest and be eligible to play next season, according to multiple reports." April 18

  • Wisconsin basketball offers Milwaukee Panthers transfer, forward Austin Arians

    Bucky's 5th Quarter "It appears a Madison area native has caught the attention of Wisconsin head coach Greg Gard. Milwaukee Panthers forward Austin Arians, granted his release from the men's basketball program last month, has been offered by the Wisconsin Badgers, per a report from Badger247's Evan Flood on Sunday...." April 17

  • Milwaukee transfer Akeem Springs heading to Minnesota

    St. Paul Pioneer Press "Gophers basketball coach Richard Pitino took another step toward revamping his roster for next season with a commitment from Wisconsin-Milwaukee transfer Akeem Springs. Springs, a 6-foot-4, 210-pound wing, visited Minnesota’s campus last week. He also took an official trip to Mississippi, where..." April 15

  • Oakland University basketball coach Greg Kampe gets three-year extension

    Oakland Press "Oakland University men’s basketball coach Greg Kampe received a three-year contract extension which will keep him at the Rochester-area school through 2020. The deal was approved Monday, April 11 by the school’s board of trustees, and will pay Kampe $288,000 per year, a slight increase from his..." April 12

  • Oakland's Kay Felder hires agents, stays in NBA draft

    Detroit Free Press "Oakland guard Kay Felder said before he would enter the NBA Draft, he would talk to agents and listen to what they thought about his prospects. But he did not have initial plans to sign, keeping open his ability to return to Oakland for his senior year. The possibility is now gone after..." April 09

  • Valparaiso junior forward Alec Peters declares for NBA Draft

    Today's Fastbreak "According to a statement released by the school Thursday, Valparaiso junior forward Alec Peters has declared for the 2016 NBA Draft but will not hire an agent. Because Peters has elected to not hire representation at this time, the junior has left the door open for a return to Valparaiso for his..." April 07

  • Valparaiso Crusaders promote Matt Lottich to head coach replacing Bryce Drew

    Mid Major Madness "Three-year Valparaiso assistant coach Matt Lottich was officially named as the new head coach of the Crusaders on Thursday afternoon. The school moved quickly following the official announcement of Bryce Drew as new coach at Vanderbilt. Top assistant Roger Powell was expected to be in the..." April 07

  • Source: Milwaukee hires U-M's LaVall Jordan as coach

    Detroit Free Press "Michigan's basketball coaching staff will have a vacancy. U-M assistant LaVall Jordan is expected to be named the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee's next coach, a person familiar with the situation told the Free Press today. ESPN's Jeff Goodman reported the news this morning. Milwaukee..." April 07

  • Valparaiso's Bryce Drew agrees to become next coach at Vanderbilt

    CBS Sports "Valparaiso's Bryce Drew has agreed in principle to become the next men's basketball coach at Vanderbilt, a source confirmed to CBS Sports on Monday. SI.com reported a deal should be finalized in the next 24 to 48 hours. Drew, 41, has been Valpo's coach for each of the past five years. He's..." April 04

  • Vanderbilt and Georgia Tech both targeting Valpo's Bryce Drew

    CBS Sports "Vanderbilt and Georgia Tech have both contacted Valparaiso's Bryce Drew about their coaching vacancies, a source told CBS Sports on Friday. Valparaiso's season ended Thursday night with a loss in the NIT title game. Drew, 41, has been Valpo's coach for each of the past five years. He's won..." April 01

  • George Washington tops Valparaiso in NIT Championship

    The Sports Xchange "NEW YORK -- George Washington coach Mike Lonergan can finally replace the basketball net he's been using as a good luck charm the past month and a half. Lonergan now has a net from Madison Square Garden after George Washington won its first NIT title with a 76-60 win over Valparaiso in the..." March 31

  • Valparaiso beats BYU to advance to NIT championship

    The Sports Xchange "NEW YORK -- Once Valparaiso coach Bryce Drew found out his team wasn't selected for the NCAA Tournament, he started focusing on the positives of playing in the National Invitation Tournament. "Our goals shifted to this tournament (NIT) and it's been sensational," Drew said. "It's better than..." March 29

  • Valparaiso 60, Saint Mary's 44

    The Sports Xchange "Junior forward Alec Peters had 20 points, eight rebounds and five assists to lead top-seeded Valparaiso to a 60-44 victory over second-seeded Saint Mary's on Tuesday night in Valparaiso, Ind., that catapults the Crusaders into the NIT Final Four for the first time in school history. Senior..." March 22

  • Texas A&M has its way with Green Bay

    The Sports Xchange "OKLAHOMA CITY -- Third-seeded Texas A&M stifled 14th-seeded Green Bay on the way to a 92-65 victory Friday night in a first-round NCAA West Regional game at Chesapeake Energy Arena. Danuel House scored 20 points and Texas A&M held the Phoenix to 38 percent shooting from the field. The Aggies..." March 19

  • Valparaiso 81, Florida State 69

    The Sports Xchange "Alec Peters poured in 26 points and grabbed nine rebounds, and Valparaiso rolled to a 81-69 win over Florida State in the second round of the NIT on Thursday in Valparaiso, Ind. The top-seeded Crusaders (28-6) raced out to a 39-29 halftime and never relented on their home floor, where they..." March 17

  • Milwaukee fires head coach Rob Jeter

    The Score "Milwaukee has fired head coach Rob Jeter after 11 seasons with the program, the team announced Thursday. "Rob has always put the interests of our student-athletes first and has represented our program and the university with class over the last 11 years. I thank him and his staff for their..." March 17

  • Wright State fires Billy Donlon

    Dayton Daily News "Wright State has fired coach Billy Donlon, according to a source close to the program. Donlon had two years left on his contract. He led the Raiders to the Horizon League championship game three of the past four years. WSU assistant athletics director Bob Noss would not confirm Donlon’s..." March 16

  • Valparaiso 84, Texas Southern 73

    The Sports Xchange "Valparaiso forward Alec Peters scored 28 points to continue his late-season hot streak, center Vashil Fernandez blocked eight shots and the top-seeded Crusaders beat Texas Southern 84-73 in the opening round of the NIT on Tuesday night in Valparaiso, Ind. Peters made nine of 16 shots from..." March 16

  • Green Bay 78, Wright State 69

    The Sports Xchange "Senior Jordan Fouse scored 16 points and Green Bay is returning to the NCAA Tournament for the first time since 1996 after posting a 78-69 victory over Wright State on Tuesday in the Horizon League tournament championship game at Joe Louis Arena in Detroit. Junior Charles Cooper added 15..." March 08

  • Play-by-play announcer ejected during Horizon League tournament

    Sporting News - NCAAB "The Green Bay-Valparaiso Horizon League semifinal was memorable for a number of reasons Monday night. Not only did Green Bay pull off the upset despite a miracle full-court pass from Valpo at the end of regulation, but the game was paused midway through the second half as Green Bay’s..." March 08

  • Chip Hooper dies week after seeing son play

    ESPN "Oakland senior guard Max Hooper's father, Chip, died Saturday, just one week after he made a surprise visit to watch his son play. Chip Hooper, who had been battling cancer for four years, attended the Golden Grizzlies' senior day Feb. 26. It was the first time he was in attendance since Max..." March 06

  • Elder senior forward Ryan Custer verbally commits to Wright State

    Cincinnati Enquirer "Elder senior forward Ryan Custer verbally committed Tuesday night to play basketball at Wright State, according to Elder coach Joe Schoenfeld. Custer, who is 6 feet 6, made an unofficial visit to Wright State on Tuesday and received an offer from head coach Billy Donlon. Schoenfeld said..." August 05

  • Merrill native Jesperson transfers to UWGB

    Green Bay Press Gazette "David Jesperson will be returning to his home state to finish out his college basketball career. The Merrill native made a verbal commitment to the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay men's basketball team earlier this month after transferring from Pepperdine University following his sophomore..." July 15

  • Tayler Persons transfer a major addition for Ball State

    Indianapolis Star "Former Kokomo standout and Northern Kentucky transfer Tayler Persons announced his commitment to Ball State on Friday night. Persons' pledge secures a major piece for the future for coach James Whitford. Persons averaged 13.1 points, 4.6 rebounds and 3.7 assists and was named Atlantic Sun..." May 19

  • Cleveland State transfer Anton Grady signs with Wichita State

    Kansas.com "Wichita State bolstered its front line Friday with the announcement that Anton Grady, a 6-foot-8 forward transferring from Cleveland State, has signed a financial aid agreement. Grady (225 pounds) was All-Horizon League last season, averaging 14.3 points and 7.9 rebounds for the Vikings. He was..." May 08

  • CMU lands Youngstown State transfer Marcus Keene

    Detroit Free Press "When you're on top, college basketball transfer season usually pays off. Central Michigan is discovering that as the Chippewas landed Youngstown State guard Marcus Keene, the Penguins' leading scorer at 15.6 points per game, he told the Free Press today. "I decided to leave Youngstown..." April 20

  • Former Cleveland State guard Trey Lewis announces transfer to Louisville

    Cleveland Plain Dealer "Louisville will be replacing one Northeast Ohio native with another, as former Cleveland State guard and Garfield Heights graduate Trey Lewis announced on Tuesday he is transferring to the Cardinals. "I'll be playing for a legendary coach in Rick Pitino and in front of the greatest fans in the..." April 07

  • Cleveland State's Trey Lewis exploring transfer options

    Cleveland Plain Dealer "For the second straight year, Cleveland State's leading scorer is testing the transfer waters. Trey Lewis, who averaged 16.3 points and set the school record for 3-pointers with 93, has been given permission by the Vikings and coach Gary Waters to explore his options. This comes one year after..." March 31

  • Bezold out as NKU coach after 11 seasons

    Cincinnati Enquirer "Northern Kentucky University has fired head basketball coach Dave Bezold, the school announced Monday afternoon. Bezold led the Norse to a 194-133 record over 11 seasons as head coach, but was 33-54 the last three years since making the transition from Division II to Division I. NKU will begin..." March 17

  • Illinois-Chicago announces they will be parting ways with Howard Moore

    College Basketball Talk "Illinois-Chicago announced on Monday that head coach Howard Moore will not be returning to the Flames next season. “I want to thank Howard Moore for his five years of commitment to UIC Athletics,” said AD Jim Schmidt. “We have high expectations and aspire to be at the top of the Horizon League..." March 10

  • Concussions end WSU senior’s career

    Dayton Daily News "e coach Billy Donlon said today that senior Kendall Griffin’s career is over. Griffin suffered a concussion in Wednesday’s loss at Oakland, Donlon said. It was his second concussion this season and his fifth the last two seasons." February 02

  • Longhorns' Martez Walker transfers to Oakland

    Detroit Free Press "Another basketball player is transferring closer to home at Oakland University. Former Texas guard Martez Walker, who has a court case pending for misdemeanor domestic-assault charges from a September incident in Austin, said today that he will begin classes at OU on Tuesday. He will be a..." January 06

  • Iowa State transfer finds a new destination

    College Basketball Talk "Former Iowa State guard Sherron Dorsey-Walker has found a new home as the redshirt sophomore took to Twitter on Saturday to announce his new destination. The 6-foot-4 guard will play closer to home and become a member of the Oakland Golden Grizzlies. A native of Detroit, Dorsey-Walker should be..." January 05

  • Former Pacer Rik Smits son Derrik Smits commits to Valparaiso

    Indianapolis Star "Zionsville senior center Derrik Smits committed to Valparaiso on Monday, following a weekend official visit to the school. The 7-foot Smits, son of former Indiana Pacer Rik Smits, committed to Valpo over Clemson, UTEP, Ball State, UNC-Greensboro and Indiana State. "He absolutely loves it,"..." October 07

  • St. Vincent-St. Mary senior Jibri Blount commits to play basketball at Cleveland State

    Cleveland Plain Dealer "After his senior season, St. Vincent-St. Mary senior Jibri Blount will be making the trip up I-77 to play college basketball at Cleveland State. The 6-6 forward committed to the Vikings this weekend, and is the first commitment for Cleveland State in the Class of 2015. When making the decision,..." September 22

  • Valparaiso point guard Lexus Williams likely out for season with torn ACL

    Chicago Sun-Times "Valparaiso’s sophomore point guard Lexus Williams suffered a torn ACL in a recent open gym, and will undergo surgery. The Crusaders were keeping the door open, but the injury likely will sideline Williams for the upcoming season. As a freshman, Williams started 23 of 34 games, including 15 of..." September 13

  • Cleveland State adds a late transfer Kaza Keane from Illinois State to bolster backcourt

    Cleveland Plain Dealer "Cleveland State added one more player to the mix for the upcoming basketball season. Kaza Keane, who spent two seasons at Illinois State and helped the Redbirds to the semifinals of the College Basketball Invitational last season, has transferred to CSU. Keane gives the Vikings a player with..." September 11

  • Former Oakland guard transfers to Dayton, eligible this season

    College Basketball Talk "Dayton will have the services of fifth-year point guard Ryan Bass for the this upcoming season, as head coach Archie Miller announced on Tuesday that the Dayton, Ohio native had joined the program. “We are very excited to announce the addition of Oakland University graduate, Ryan Bass to our..." August 27

  • Wisconsin-Green Bay's Sykes the most electrifying player you've never watched

    Sporting News - NCAAB "Too short. Lacks jump shot. Needs to finish better at the rim. The criticisms are unrelenting. All his life, Keifer Sykes has been told what he isn’t. He isn’t an NBA prospect. He isn’t an elite player. He isn’t going to make it at the next level. And all his life, Sykes has been..." August 26

  • Green Bay lands late commitment from Enes Kanter's brother

    Yahoo Sports - NCAAB - The Dagger "Even though the NCAA deemed Enes Kanter ineligible to play at Kentucky three years ago, it appears another member of his family may yet get to play college basketball. Kerem Kanter, Enes' younger brother, has signed with Green Bay and intends to play as a freshman next season, the school..." August 26

  • Judge rules against NCAA in revolutionary O'Bannon case

    ESPN "In a landmark decision, a federal judge ruled Friday that the NCAA is in violation of the nation's antitrust laws by restricting the compensation that major college football and men's basketball student-athletes can receive for use of their names, images and likenesses. U.S. District Court..." August 08

  • Former LSU reserve Shane Hammink lands at Valparaiso

    New Orleans Times-Picayune "The last of three LSU basketball players who left the program shortly after the school year ended has found a landing spot. Rising junior Shane Hammink will play for Valparaiso, a small Division I school in the Horizon League. The Crusaders are coached by Bryce Drew, who gained fame when he..." August 05

  • UIC Basketball Adds Fifth-Year Transfer Jay Harris from Wagner

    UIC Flames "UIC Head Basketball Coach Howard Moore announced the addition of Jay Harris to the Flames’ 2014-15 roster on Thursday afternoon. Harris, a fifth-year transfer student from Wagner, has immediate eligibility and will attend graduate school at UIC for his final collegiate season. The Aurora,..." July 18

  • Fulton to leave UWGB men's basketball team

    Green Bay Press Gazette "The University of Wisconsin-Green Bay men's basketball team announced Thursday that it has granted the release of senior transfer Lamin Fulton after one season with the team. "We appreciate the year that Lamin spent in Green Bay and his contributions to our successful 2013-14 season on and off..." July 03

  • Sophomore Clay Yeo leaves Valparaiso

    NWItimes "Clay Yeo became the latest in a line of recent Valparaiso men's basketball players to exit the program with remaining eligibility. The Triton product is transferring to Bethel after playing one season with the Crusaders. Yeo becomes the 29th player to leave Valparaiso with eligibility remaining..." June 30

  • Oakland lands Iowa State transfer Percy Gibson

    College Basketball Talk "Oakland landed another high-major transfer late this week when former Iowa State big man Percy Gibson opted to transfer to the Grizzlies, according to his Twitter. A native of Detroit, Gibson is moving closer to home as the rising-senior played in 14 games in 2013-14 and averaged 1.2 points and..." June 14

  • Bryn Forbes to join Spartans

    ESPN "Michigan State coach Tom Izzo said Friday that guard Bryn Forbes is transferring to become a Spartan after averaging 15.6 points for Cleveland State last season as a sophomore. Izzo was impressed that Forbes scored 22 points against Kentucky last season, a game in which he made seven..." June 14

  • Former Michigan State guard Brandan Kearney to make 'last stop' at Detroit Mercy

    Michigan Live "Brandan Kearney's third stop in his college basketball journey will be his last, he says. And it will be close to home. Kearney, the former Michigan State guard and Detroit native, announced Monday that he will transfer to the University of Detroit Mercy. "Crazy when your last stop is in..." June 03

  • UWGB's Wardle gets new 5-year deal

    Green Bay Press Gazette "University of Wisconsin-Green Bay men’s basketball coach Brian Wardle has agreed to a five-year contract, athletic director Mary Ellen Gillespie announced Thursday. The deal replaces the three years Wardle had left on his current contract. Gillespie said last month she was happy with..." April 17

  • Former St. John’s guard/forward Max Hooper transfers to Oakland

    College Basketball Talk "After stops at Harvard and St. John’s, Max Hooper has found a new home, committing to Oakland according to a report from John Rothstein of CBS Sports. St. John’s announced Hooper’s intention to transfer on March 26. He sat out the 2012-2013 year, and averaged only saw nine minutes of action a..." April 14

  • Wisconsin-Milwaukee banned from 2015 postseason due to APR

    CBS Sports "Wisconsin-Milwaukee will not be eligible to compete in the postseason next season. The school announced Wednesday evening that the NCAA denied the school's appeal on its Academic Performance Rate (APR). This is the same ruling that prevented Connecticut from playing in the 2013 postseason. A..." April 09

  • Ryan Weber to transfer from Youngstown State

    College Basketball Talk "Youngstown State sophomore Ryan Weber has been granted his release and will transfer out of the program, according to a report from the Indy Star. Weber averaged 12.2 points and shot 42% from three as a sophomore after averaging just 1.9 points during his first season with the Penguins." April 07

  • 'Nova starts slowly, pulls past Wis-Milwaukee in second half for 73-53 win

    Philly.com "Villa came out for its first game in the 2014 NCAA tournament with the type of ragged offense that promised to make its contest against 15th-seeded Wisconsin-Milwaukee a far more dramatic event that the Wildcats would like. But the No. 2 seed Wildcats showed a better shooting eye Thursday night..." March 21

  • UWM's Malcolm Moore battled injuries to a contributing role

    Milwaukee Journal Sentinel "There were days Malcolm Moore wondered if he'd ever play basketball again. There were months he was dependent, 24/7, on others to get through a day. Now, here he is, the X-factor in the NCAA Tournament for UW-Milwaukee. "It's been up to the top of the mountain and back to the bottom for me,"..." March 19

  • Auburn hires Bruce Pearl as men's basketball coach

    Alabama "Auburn athletics director Jay Jacobs has made a big splash by hiring former Tennessee coach Bruce Pearl as the Tigers' new men's basketball coach, according to the school. Pearl's hire ends a whirlwind six-day search that focused its energy on him. "I'm humbled and blessed to back in the..." March 18

  • UW-Milwaukee caps impressive Horizon finish with NCAA bid

    Milwaukee Journal Sentinel "Scuffling through the middle of the season and struggling down the stretch, the UW-Milwaukee Panthers were looking for something, anything, to give them a sense of identity. Just in the nick of time, they found it: Toughness. Toughness was senior forward Kyle Kelm, nearly redshirted this..." March 12

  • Wis.-Milwaukee 69, Wright St. 63

    ProSportsDaily "Kyle Kelm had 14 of his 20 points in the first half as the fifth-seeded Panthers upset the Raiders to win the Horizon League tournament title. Kelm also had a game-high nine rebounds for Milwaukee (21-13), which won its fifth straight, including four in the tournament. Jordan Aaron added 18..." March 12

  • Cleveland St survives to take second in the Horizon with 70-69 victory over Youngstown St

    Cleveland Plain Dealer "Cleveland State head coach Gary Waters called it divine intervention at the end of regulation. Then the Vikings' Anton Grady made the definitive statement at the end of overtime to secure a 70-69 victory over stubborn Youngstown State Tuesday night at the Wolstein Center. With the game tied,..." February 26

  • Akron, Kent State need big wins; Cleveland State gets one

    Cleveland Plain Dealer "Akron head coach Keith Dambrot sat down hard on the chair after Tuesday's practice, crossed his arms and said, "45 minutes. That's all we could do." While short practices are typical at this point in the season, Dambrot was speaking directly to his Zips (17-10, 9-5) being short-handed once..." February 26

  • Wright St. Holds Off Detroit 65-61

    WSURaiders.com "A 16-4 second-half run gave the Wright State men's basketball team a lead they would not lose as the Raiders held on down the stretch for a 65-61 Horizon League win over Detroit Friday night at WSU's Nutter Center. The Raiders struggled early on offense as their first field goal did not come..." February 22

  • Bisons able to overcome 3-point woes against Northern Ky.

    LipscombSports.com "Overcoming a 2-for-17 start to the night beyond the arc is a difficult feat to accomplish but the Lipscomb men’s basketball team pulled it off on Friday night hanging on for a 70-66 win over Atlantic Sun Conference foe Northern Kentucky at Allen Arena. “If you don’t perform really well,..." February 22

  • Travis Bader scores 28 in Oakland triumph

    Detroit News "Travis Bader scored 28 points and Duke Mondy added 17 with eight assists and seven rebounds to pace Oakland past Illinois-Chicago 86-71 on Friday night. Bader went 4-of-6 on 3-pointers and 12-of-13 on free throws. Those four 3-pointers give him an NCAA-leading 130 on the season and pushed his..." February 22

  • Cleveland State's streak ends with a thud

    Fox Sports Ohio "With first place in the Horizon League and a seven-game win streak at stake, Saturday's visit from Wisconsin-Green Bay marked Cleveland State's biggest game to date. And its biggest disaster. A desperate Cleveland State push in the final 10 minutes ended up being too little, too late as a..." February 16

  • Cleveland State, Akron players taking charge with tournament play looming

    Cleveland Plain Dealer "This is the time of year players start taking ownership of their teams and their programs. At Cleveland State that swagger is clear and evident. At Akron the determination is solid. At Kent State, for the first time in decades, the players seem to have little fight left for 2014. The CSU..." February 12

  • This time, it's Panther Jordan Aaron's turn to dominate game

    Milwaukee Journal Sentinel "UW-Green Bay's Keifer Sykes singlehandedly shot down UW-Milwaukee in the teams' first meeting Jan. 12 at the U.S Cellular Arena with a career-high 34 points. On Saturday afternoon at the Resch Center, it was Jordan Aaron's turn. The senior guard scored 23 of his game-high 30 points in the..." February 11

  • Travis Bader makes 10 more 3's in Oakland loss

    Detroit News "Charlie Lee scored a career-high 31 points and Cleveland State made 14 3-pointers to overcome record-setting long-range shooter Travis Bader and Oakland’s 15 3-pointers for a 92-85 win Thursday night. Lee made 6 of 8 3-point attempts and all 11 of his free throws while Bader hit 10 of 13..." February 07

  • Travis Bader makes 5 3-pointers in Oakland win

    Detroit News "J.J. Redick’s record is safe, at least for a day. Travis Bader made five 3-pointers Friday, leaving him two short of Redick’s record for career 3-pointers made while Oakland defeated Youngstown State on Kahlil Felder’s two free throws with four seconds left, 86-85, in a Horizon League game at..." February 01

  • UIC Game Day: Hosting Valparaiso

    Chicago Tribune "Illinois-Chicago has not won a game since Dec. 17 against Purdue-Calumet. That’s 11 games and probably a dozen snowstorms ago during this historically brutal winter. Saturday afternoon’s opponent is another tough matchup for UIC. The Flames (5-17, 0-8), are yet to win a Horizon League..." February 01

  • Cleveland State holds off Detroit, 86-78, behind 27 points from Bryn Forbes

    Cleveland Plain Dealer "A career evening by Bryn Forbes helped power Cleveland State to an 86-78 victory over the Detroit Titans Friday night in Calihan Hall. Forbes' 27 points tied his career high for the Vikings, and the sophomore guard connected on a 3-pointer (he was 4-of-6 behind the arc) for a school-record 24th..." February 01

  • Akron, Kent, Cleveland State in the heat of conference battles

    Cleveland Plain Dealer "It's only five games, but there is a lot to be said about the Mid-American Conference basketball race at the moment. For Cleveland State, right now the Horizon League race is all Green Bay. While the Toledo Rockets (16-2, 4-1) still look to be the team to beat in the MAC, it has also been..." January 25

  • Juwan Howard Jr. scores 24 in Detroit rout over Milwaukee

    Detroit News "Juwan Howard Jr. scored 24 to lead the University of Detroit to a 73-54 victory over Milwaukee Friday in a Horizon League contest at U.S. Cellular Arena. Detroit (9-12, 2-4) also received offensive support from Jarod Williams, who scored 16, and Matthew Grant who added 12. Howard had the hot..." January 25

  • Bisons hang on for A-Sun victory at Northern Kentucky

    LipscombSports.com "Behind a 14-3 run just past the midway point of the second half, the Lipscomb men’s basketball team picked up the second road Atlantic Sun Conference win of the season 75-74 over Northern Kentucky at the Bank of Kentucky Center in Highland Heights, Ky. on Friday night. “I’m really glad that we..." January 25