A collection of Horizon League releases and blog entries.
Senee Shearer ended a great career at the University of Detroit Mercy as the all-time three-point leader with 231 treys and she will now take her long distance shooting overseas as a member of a USA All-Star Team and by signing a professional contract in Poland.
Tags: Detroit - Women's Basketball
Rochester, Mich. - Sophomore Takara Martin had strong performances at the 2014 Canadian Swimming Championships in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan July 16-19, qualifying for a pair of national swim events with her career-best times in three breaststroke events.
Tags: Oakland - Swimming and Diving
Valparaiso University director of athletics Mark LaBarbera announced today that Kate Stake has been hired as the new head coach of the Crusader softball program. Stake comes to Valpo with eight seasons of assistant coaching experience at the Division I level, most recently serving as an assistant at mid-major power Hofstra.
Tags: Horizon League - Softball · Valparaiso - Softball
CHICAGO – Former UIC softball player Courtney Heeley was recently chosen to be a part of USA Team Handball following the Women's Residency Program tryouts at Auburn University’s Beard-Eaves Memorial Coliseum in Auburn, Ala. Heeley was selected among 14 athletes in attendance and is the only known former UIC student-athlete to compete with USA Team Handball.
Tags: UIC - Softball
LAS VEGAS -- Behind a 29-point, nine-rebound effort, 2013 Horizon League Player of the Year Ray McCallum (Beverly Hills, Mich./Detroit Country Day) earned most valuable player honors in the NBA Summer League championship game on Monday night, leading the Sacramento Kings to a 77-68 win over the Houston Rockets at the Thomas & Mack Center.
Tags: Detroit - Men's Basketball · Horizon League - Men's Basketball
KANSAS CITY, Mo. – Seven Horizon League men’s basketball players earned a place on the National Association of Basketball Coaches (NABC) Honors Court, the organization announced on Monday.
Tags: Horizon League - Men's Basketball · Oakland - Men's Basketball · Valparaiso - Men's Basketball · Wright State - Men's Basketball · Youngstown State - Men's Basketball
GREEN BAY, Wis. – Green Bay senior guard Keifer Sykes (Chicago, Ill./Marshall) will be one of the 20 collegiate guards nationally to participate in the invitation-only CP3 Elite Guard Camp hosted by Los Angeles Clipper and NBA All-Star point guard Chris Paul. Sykes, who says he has never been to any basketball camp, will attend the camp run by one of the top point guards in the NBA from Aug. 7-10 in Paul’s hometown of Winston Salem, N.C.
Tags: Green Bay - Men's Basketball
The Valparaiso men’s basketball team took a break from summer workouts on Monday to give back to the community of sophomore Alec Peters, whose hometown of Washington, Ill., was devastated by a massive tornado last November.
Tags: Valparaiso - Men's Basketball
SKILLMAN, N.J. – The Cleveland State women's tennis team picked up multiple academic honors from the Intercollegiate Tennis Association (ITA) last week, as Alex Bush, Princess Gbadamosi, Lauren Golick, and Alex Power were all named ITA Scholar-Athletes. For the first time since the 2011 season, the team as a whole also earned ITA All-Academic status.
Tags: Cleveland State - Tennis