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Horizon League

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Top Horizon League Articles

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  • Expectations high for FSHA

    GLENDALE — A few years ago, the numbers weren't too promising surrounding the state of the Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy track and field program. In 2007, the Tologs fielded just 15 varsity athletes. Meet losses piled up, forcing the coaching...
  • Butler beats UIC despite losing Matt Howard, others to injury

    Butler beats UIC despite losing Matt Howard, others to injury
    On the surface, it might appear as though Butler is regaining a bit of momentum after an unheard of three losses in four Horizon League games. The Bulldogs beat UIC 72-65 Monday night at Hinkle Fieldhouse, for their second straight win, but it came with a...
  • Butler is back in the NCAA Tournament after 59-44 victory over Milwaukee

    Butler is back in the NCAA Tournament after 59-44 victory over Milwaukee
    In a season when many other Horizon League teams took their best shot at dethroning Butler from the top of the mountain, the Bulldogs are once again champions and will represent the league in next week's NCAA tournament. The Bulldogs completed a...
  • Buzzer Beater! Butler defeats Old Dominion on rebound basket

    Buzzer Beater! Butler defeats Old Dominion on rebound basket
    The talk heading into Butler's NCAA Tournament 2nd round game centered around the challenge of keeping Old Dominion off the boards. The top offensive rebounding team in the country, Old Dominion showed incredible skill attacking the glass throughout their...
  • The Business of the Big Dance

    The Business of the Big Dance
    David Kaplan gets the inside story on the NCAA Tournament selection process from Horizon League commissioner Jon LeCrone and DePaul University athletic director Jean Lenti Ponsetto, both former members of the NCAA men's and women's selection committees.
  • VCU-Butler: An unfathomable Final Four matchup

    VCU-Butler: An unfathomable Final Four matchup
    If you're still trying to wrap your head around the Final Four of VCU, Butler, Kentucky and Connecticut, get in line. This is like the street-corner sax player collecting a Grammy nomination. It's not that the dude can't play. He can, enough to make...
  • Butler's achievements are VERY Believable...if you know these Bulldogs

    Butler's achievements are VERY Believable...if you know these Bulldogs
    Here we go again. Another March Madness in which the Butler Bulldogs have pretty much taken over my life. There have been many magical moments over the last few weeks during Butler's return to trip to the Final Four. I can't count the number of times...
  • Gaels' core four honored

    GLENDALE — Shortly before the season began, Holy Family basketball Coach Ernest Siy mapped out a way for the Gaels to finish in the top three in the Horizon League. Siy concluded he would need big performances from a quartet of players to secure...
  • The talk before the walk: Butler prepares to face VCU

    The talk before the walk: Butler prepares to face VCU
    The Final Four spotlight is shining on Butler and VCU this weekend in Houston. This never-seen-before match-up of an 8 and 11 seed in a National Semi-Final has certainly attracted the attention of many local and national media members. The Bulldogs,...
  • All-Area girls' soccer second team

    Katelyn Almeida, Junior, Defender, Flintridge Sacred Heart An often-overlooked member of Sacred Heart's stellar defense, Almeida was a constant presence on the backline and a second-team All-Mission League member. Arielle Baptiste, Junior, Forward,...
  • Gaels put on the pressure

    Gaels put on the pressure
    SOUTHWEST GLENDALE — The start to Tuesday evening's Horizon League girls' basketball contest was hardly picturesque. But for all the chaos and, frankly, ugliness, as Holy Family was concerned, the first quarter was plenty effective. The Gaels...