Monthly Archives: April 2016

Youngstown State Struggles to Break Through Ceiling of Mediocrity

In recent Horizon League history, there are teams that people expect to compete for and win championships every year. Several years ago, it was Butler dominating the league before their departure. Then, Valparaiso took the role as the perennial power … Continue reading

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Why Alexander Should be the Next Head Coach at Detroit Mercy

If Bacari Alexander is ever going to be Head Coach at his alma mater, then now is the perfect time. Widely regarded as one of the nation’s top assistant coaches, Alexander has paid his dues in college basketball coaching. Starting … Continue reading

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Breaking News: Valpo’s Drew to Become Next Head Coach at Vanderbilt

For the first time since the 1987-88 season, Valparaiso is expected to have a head coach whose surname is not Drew. That is because multiple media reports are stating that Bryce Drew has agreed to become the next men’s basketball … Continue reading

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Breaking News: Detroit Mercy Fires McCallum After 8 Seasons

Ray McCallum has been let go as Head Men’s Basketball Coach at the University of Detroit Mercy, according to a late Friday afternoon release on the school’s athletics website. McCallum was 130-132 in eight seasons, including 66-72 in Horizon League … Continue reading

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