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  • Christian Thomas leads Loyola past Missouri State 65-51

    Christian Thomas leads Loyola past Missouri State 65-51
    Christian Thomas tied his season-high with 21 points and added a career-high 12 rebounds to lead Loyola past Missouri State 65-51 on Saturday. Earl Peterson finished with 12 points for the Ramblers (18-12, 8-10), who opens the Missouri Valley Conference...
  • Valparaiso holds off Cleveland State for Horizon League title

    Horizon League regular-season champion? Host of the conference tournament? All Valparaiso, after all. In what amounted to a title game, the Crusaders held off Cleveland State 56-53 on Friday night at the Wolstein Center, securing sole possession...
  • Valparaiso women eye third straight win over Detroit

    Valparaiso University's women's basketball team is looking to make it three in a row against Detroit when the Titans visit the Athletics-Recreation Center for a 1:35 p.m. Saturday game. The Crusaders (6-20, 2-11) won their first Horizon League game of...
  • One down, one to go for Valparaiso in Horizon League

    As late Friday night had already turned into the wee hours of Saturday morning, Valparaiso was attempting to absorb what it had accomplished. Loftier goals await for the Crusaders. But they savored taking a significant step in the process. With a 56-...
  • Keifer Sykes' 36 points leads Green Bay over UIC

    Keifer Sykes' 36 points leads Green Bay over UIC
    CHICAGO — Keifer Sykes pumped in 36 points and knocked down 7 of 8 from the line in the final 37 seconds to help Green Bay hold off Illinois-Chicago, 72-67, on Thursday night. After a TV timeout with 6:10 left, Sykes scored 12 of Green Bay's final...
  • Valparaiso gets another shot at outright Horizon League title

    The disappointment radiated from Valparaiso coach Bryce Drew. The Crusaders lost in the final seconds at Detroit on Wednesday, falling in their first attempt to secure the outright Horizon League regular-season title. But they get a second and final...
  • Valparaiso rides second-half burst, but falls short

    VALPARAISO — The offense put up enough points for Valparaiso University's women's basketball team to win. It just didn't chomp down enough Jolly Ranchers to stay energetic enough on the defensive end to stop Cleveland State. Imani Gordon, Cori...
  • Valpo falls by three on Howard's free throws

    Attempting to clinch the outright Horizon League regular-season title and the right to host the conference tournament, Valparaiso was denied by Detroit on Wednesday night. Juwan Howard Jr. made three foul shots with 1.3 seconds left as the Titans edged...
  • Valparaiso women aim to slow Cleveland State

    Cleveland State will try to complete a season sweep of host Valparaiso when the Horizon League women's basketball teams teams meet at 7:05 p.m. Wednesday at VU's Athletics Recreation Center. The Crusaders (6-19, 2-10) will need to stop the trio of...
  • Purdue's A.J. Hammons named Big Ten Player of the Week

    Purdue junior center A.J. Hammons, a Gary native, was named Big Ten Men's Basketball Player of the Week after leading the Boilermakers to a 67-63 win at Indiana last Thursday. Hammons scored 20 points, grabbed four rebounds and blocked four shots. He was...
  • Post-Tribune Local Roundup for Sunday, Feb. 22

    Purdue Calumet's men's and women's basketball teams received their postseason assignments on Sunday, with the Peregrine women opening at home and the men on the road. PUC's women, ranked 20th in NAIA Division II, is the No. 1 seed from the South Division...