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Ohio State gets #2 seed in West Regional; plays Iona on Friday

Sam Thompson has been emerging lately for the Buckeyes

The Ohio State Buckeyes, who did the improbable, won their final five games of the season and then the Big Ten Tournament championship is heading to the NCAA and will only have to travel 85 miles to play.

The Buckeyes will travel to Southwest Ohio and play at the University of Dayton Arena against the Gaels of Iona.

The games in the West Region, will be Friday and Sunday.

Other matchups include, Indiana vs. the winner of the Long Island University/James Madison, NC State vs. Temple and  Notre Dame vs. Iowa State.

Aaron Craft will lead the Buckeyes on offense and defense

PHOTOS COURTESY OF JASON MOWRY PHOTOGRAPHY

Coach K’s Duke Blue Devils replaces Indiana as the #1 College Basketball team in the country

 

(courtesy Duke athletics)

The Duke Blue Devils, the only team who have beaten Ohio State this year, has replaced Indiana as the Number-1 team in the AP Top 25 poll.

Michigan and Syracuse each moved up one place to second and third respectively. Following them in the top 10 are Arizona, Louisville, Indiana, Ohio State, Florida, Kansas and Illinois.

The Blue Devils have reached #1 at least once in a record 16 seasons under head coach Mike Krzyzewski, and has played more games as the Number-1 ranked team in his 33 seasons (209) than as an unranked team (141).

 

Info compiled from Radio, TV & Duke University news

Indiana gives Crean contract extension through 2020

 

Tom Crean (photo by YHoshua via wikipedia commons)

Indiana athletic director Fred Glass announced on Friday night that head basketball coach Tom Crean had agreed to a two-year contract extension through 2020.

Crean’s base salary will increase from around $$2.52 million per year to $3.16 million.

Also, Friday night, the #1 Hoosiers blew out Bryant, 97-54.

Kentucky’s Miss Basketball leads All-Stars over Indiana, 75-47

 

(photo by ErgoSum88 via wikipedia commons)

Sydney Moss, Kentucky’s Miss Basketball from Boone County, led the Kentucky Girls All-Stars to a 75-47 whacking of Indiana at Louisville’s Freedom Hall on Friday night.

Moss had a game of 14 points and 11 rebounds.

The margin of victory was the second-largest for Kentucky, surpassed only by the 101-62 shellacking in 2008. The 47 points were the fewest points scored by an Indiana team since a 44-41 loss in 1982, the sixth game of the series.

 

Info compiled from Radio & TV news

Illinois hires Green Bay’s Bollant to improve women’s program

Matt Bollant (courtesy of Wisconsin Green Bay athletics)

Illinois, taking a cue from Big 10 rival Indiana, has brought in a new basketball coach to revive its women’s program.

Former coach Jolette Law was fired after a five season record of 69-93.

Replacing her is Wisconsin Green Bay’s Matt Bollant.

The 41-year-old Bollant was 141-19 in five seasons with the Phoenix who are members of the Horizon League and his teams made the NCAA Tournament four times.

Bollant also was the head coach at Bryan College in Dayton, Tennessee, has an overall career record of 268-55.

With Green Bay, he was named Horizon League Coach of the Year three times and Kay Yow National Coach of the Year in 2011.

Since the 2007-2008 season, the Phoenix have dominated the Mid-major Horizon League:

2007- 2008, 1st 26-6, 17-1, WNIT

2008-2009,  1st 29-4, 18-0   NCAA

2009-2010,  1st 28-5, 15-3   NCAA

2010-2011,  1st 34-2, 18-0   NCAA Sweet 16

2011-2012,  1st 31-2,17-1     NCAA Sweet 16

 

Info compiled from Wisconsin Green Bay & Illinois athletics news

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