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Ryan Broekhoff’s shot was literally heard around the world on Saturday night.
First up, here is the link to the much shorter print story about Ryan Broekhoff's journey from young freshman to Valparaiso star.
ESPN put the final nail in the coffin of its annual mid-major love fest on Tuesday morning, announcing that this will be the final season of the BracketBuster event.
Valparaiso men's basketball coach Bryce Drew finally was able to insert Bobby Capobianco (hernia) into the rotation this weekend and the Crusaders are likely three weeks away from gaining the services of point guard Lavonte Dority. Once Dority is eligible, and provided there are no more inju…
Greetings and welcome to the Athletics-Recreation Center for an early dose of Valparaiso basketball.
Happy Opening Day everyone! Today is truly a special day as it begins a journey for both the Valparaiso men's and women's basketball teams that will spread into March. I'll have a number of places for you to follow both teams this season. During home games you'll likely see live blogs in thi…
It's a new era at the Athletics-Recreation Center tonight as Tracey Dorow takes the sidelines for her first game as the head coach of the Valparaiso women's basketball program.
Greetings and welcome to the Athletics-Recreation Center for another season of Valparaiso basketball. The exhibition season tips off tonight with St. Joseph's coming to town.
Players and coaches from all nine Horizon League men's basketball programs gathered at the Intercontinental Hotel in Rosemont, Ill. on Tuesday to share their thoughts on the upcoming 2012-13 season.
Believe it or not, the Valparaiso men's basketball team begins exhibition play three weeks from Saturday. It seems it was only yesterday when Ray McCallum was dunking with time running out and then dancing on the court at the Athletics-Recreation Center as Detroit blew out Valparaiso in the …
The Horizon League released the conference basketball schedule for the 2012-13 season this morning and there are a few interesting nuggets to be found...
It could still be a few weeks before any official word comes down about the 2012-13 Valparaiso men's basketball schedule, but everything looks to be in place right now according to ESPN's Andy Katz.
It's that time of year when college basketball schedules are starting to get released all over the country. Valparaiso has traditionally been one of the last schools to release its schedule, but because other teams are doing so, it's easy to start to piece together what we know.
Earlier this week I wrote that Valparaiso's 2013 recruiting class was shaping up to be "one of the most anticipated freshmen classes in Valparaiso history." It didn't take long for the Valparaiso faithful (message board posters) to analyze the statement and perhaps infer that I like to dabbl…
The Horizon League didn't issue an official statement on Butler's expedited departure from the conference for the Atlantic-10 on Tuesday, but it's not as if the Indianapolis-based league was completely silent.
With Alex Rossi becoming the final piece of the 2012-13 Valparaiso men's basketball roster last week and then Lexus Williams becoming the third Class of 2013 graduate to verbally commit to the Crusaders on Wednesday, I thought it would be time to look how the roster shakes out for this upcom…
Just had the chance to speak with Jay Harris and I get the feeling that he saw the writing on the wall when it came to playing time.
Bryce Drew issued a short statement on Wednesday night that restarted plenty of heartbeats in Northwest Indiana.
Chasing shadows in the night is exhausting work and just when you think you've caught one, everything blows up in your face.
This wasn't how the 2011-12 season was supposed to end for the Valparaiso men's basketball team. Not with a 20-point loss to Detroit in the Horizon League title game. Not with a 16-point loss to Miami in the first round of the NIT. Not with one player left a home, too ill to fly. Not with an…
Greetings and welcome to the Athletics-Recreation Center for perhaps the final time of the 2011-12 basketball season. This one is for all the marbles folks as No. 1 Valparaiso hosts No. 3 Detroit in the Horizon League title game. The winner gets an invitation to the NCAA tournament, the lose…
Not a lot of time for build up here, but do we really need any? It's Valparaiso vs. Butler for the right to go to the Horizon League title game. If you don't know the players by now, you probably aren't reading this. Here we go...
Valparaiso hasn’t lost to Butler in 427 days, but the last year and a half won’t matter much on Saturday night.
Greetings and welcome to the Athletics-Recreation Center for the start of the Horizon League tournament. We've got two quarterfinal games tonight that will determine who will face No. 1 Valparaiso and No. 2 Cleveland State in the semifinals on Saturday night.
In a year when 35 of the 90 Horizon League games went down to the final minute, it was only fitting that it took me until the last half of the last game to finally submit my ballot for the Horizon League awards.
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