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Indiana hires BGSU’s Miller to lead struggling women’s program

 

Curt Miller (courtesy of BGSU athletics)

The Indiana Hoosiers trying to move on from a 6-24 season from former coach Felisha Legette-Jack, have hired Bowling Green’s Curt Miller to lead the women’s team.

Miller went 258-92 in 11 years with the Falcons with a 135-41 record in the Mid-American Conference.

Miller and the Bowling Green Falcons have been the benchmark program in the MAC where he was named Coach of the Year 6 times, won the regular season title 8 years in a row from 2005-2012 and made 8 straight postseason appearances in a row since 2005, NCAA (5), WNIT (3).

Miller’s best year was 31-4 in 2006 with a Sweet 16 appearance.

Miller before becoming a head coach was an assistant at Colorado State, Cleveland State and Syracuse.

 

Info compiled from Bowling Green State University & Indiana University news

Wright State’s Demmings named Horizon League Player of the Week

Press release & photo courtesy of Wright State athletics

 

Freshman guard Kim Demmings of the Wright State women’s basketball team has been selected as collegesportsmadness.com’s Horizon League Player of the Week for the week ending January 28.

Demmings (Richmond, IN/Richmond) scored 38 points with 18 rebounds and 12 assists in two Raider wins last week.  In a 71-66 overtime decision at Youngstown State on January 28, Demmings nearly posted a triple-double as she had 25 points along with season highs in rebounds (14) and assists (nine).  She scored the first 10 WSU points in overtime, including a decisive three-point play with 50.4 seconds remaining.

Kim Demmings

It was the second overtime win of the season for Wright State, the other coming at home against Milwaukee on January 14, and was the first overtime win away from home for the program since defeating Milwaukee 93-91 in double overtime on February 10, 1994, breaking a 10-game losing streak in such contests.

On January 26 at Cleveland State, Demmings had 13 points, four rebounds and three assists as the Raiders won 64-54.

Demmings, who has scored in double figures in every Horizon League game and has scored at least eight points in all but one contest the entire year, currently ranks third in the league in scoring average (16.8), third in assists per game (4.1), 14th in free throw percentage (710) and 15th in rebounds per game (6.0).  In league games only, Demmings is second in scoring (18.8), tied for third in assists (4.7), seventh in defensive rebounds (5.7) and 11th in rebounds overall (7.1).

Collegesportsmadness.com identifies the highest impact players nationally and one from each conference in their weekly feature. The entire list can be found at http://www.collegesportsmadness.com/womans-basketball/weekly-awards.

The Wright State women’s basketball team is having a fine season under head coach Mike Bradbury at 14-7, 7-2 in the Horizon League.

Wright State loses league opener to Cleveland State

 

D’Aundray Brown converted a tip-in with .3 seconds left as Cleveland State defeated Wright State 45-43 in the Horizon League opener for both teams Thursday at WSU’s Nutter Center.

The Vikings led 16-8 at the 12:13 mark of the first half thanks to a 12-2 run, only to see the Raiders close out the period with a 13-5 burst, capped off by a Cole Darling three to tie the game at 21 heading into halftime.

Neither team had more than a four-point lead during the second half and there were five ties and seven lead changes until two Vance Hall foul shots gave Wright State a 42-41 edge with 1:52 remaining.  A Jeremy Montgomery jumper in the paint put the Vikings up one before Darling hit the second of two free throws to tie it at 43 at the 1:06 mark.

Julius Mays (photo by Tim Darby courtesy of WSU athletics)

After a Cleveland State missed three and a Raider turnover, CSU had the final shot with 27 seconds left.  Montgomery missed a jumper, but Brown was there for the tip-in to give the Vikings the victory.

The final shooting percentages were nearly identical as Wright State shot 41 percent to Cleveland State’s 40 percent, but the Vikings were five of 17 from three-point range and eight of nine at the foul line compared to two of nine from behind the arc and nine of 14 from the stripe for the Raiders.  CSU also held a 12-4 edge in second-chance points thanks to a 10-6 advantage in offensive rebounds.

AJ Pacher led Wright State with nine points while Darling had eight and Matt Vest and Reggie Arceneaux seven each.

Tim Kamczyc paced Cleveland State (7-1, 1-0 Horizon) with 12 points and seven rebounds while Montgomery had nine points and Brown eight.

Wright State is 2-5 overall, 0-1 in the Horizon League.

 

 

Game press release courtesy of Wright State athletics

WRIGHT STATE AT OHIO STATE: men’s basketball kicks off regular season against in-state rival

 

Julius Mays talks with media at Monday's Wright State basketball media day (megasportsnews.com)

The Wright State Raiders will be taking that short drive of 60 miles from Fairborn, Ohio to Columbus where they’ll take on the Ohio State Buckeyes tonight at 9:00 p.m. on the Big Ten Network.

Yearly, the Raiders are one of the top teams in the mid-major Horizon League along with Butler, Detroit, Cleveland State and Wisconsin-Milwaukee. But after losing four seniors who led them over the years, N’Gai Evans, Vaughn Duggins, Cooper Land and Troy Tabler, the Raiders are picked seventh this season.

Wright State spent part of the summer touring Italy and are hoping that trip bonded all of the new players they’ll have on the roster. The newcomers include: Brooklyn Bradley, Reggie Arceneaux, John Balwigaire, Jason Cuffee, Kendall Griffin, Ulysses Thomas, Vance Hall, Stephen Gossard, Alex Pritchett, Julius Mays and Tavares Sledge.

The Raiders non-conference schedule will include Kenyon, Jackson State, Florida, North Florida, Charlotte, Air Force, Miami, Cincinnati, Ohio, Idaho, Central Michigan and the annual BracketBusters game.

NEWCOMER JULIUS MAYS TALKS ABOUT THE STATE OF THE RAIDERS AFTER LOSING TO CENTRAL STATE IN AN EXHIBITION GAME

48 702 Julius Mays WSU AT OSU BKB 2011

OSU men’s golf team earns bid to NCAA Tournament in San Diego

 

Head men's golf coach Donnie Darr (courtesy of OSU athletics)

The Ohio State men’s golf team has earned a bid to the NCAA Men’s Golf Regional. The 32nd-ranked and fifth-seeded Buckeyes will be traveling to San Diego, California, to compete in the 54-hole San Diego Regional May 19-21.

Six regional tournaments will be conducted as 13 teams and ten individuals will compete in three regionals while the other three regionals will have 14 teams and five individuals. The low five teams and the low individual from each regional will advance to the finals. The NCAA Championships will take place May 31-June 5 at Karsten Creek in Stillwater, Oklahoma, with Oklahoma State hosting the tournament.

The selection is Ohio State’s first under second-year head coach Donnie Darr. It is the team’s 44th appearance overall, dating back to 1945. The Buckeyes’ last bid to the tourney was in 2009 as they finished tied for third at the Central Regional to advance to the NCAA Championships.

Ohio State is one of 13 teams competing at the Farms Golf Club hosted by the University of San Diego. Ohio State is the lone Big Ten school in the regional. The others include: 1. UCLA, 2. Texas, 3. USC, 4. San Diego, 5. Ohio State, 6. UNLV, 7. North Texas, 8. Middle Tennessee, 9. Tulsa, 10. SMU, 11. Pacific, 12. San Francisco, 13. Cleveland State.

 

Info courtesy of Ohio State athletics

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