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Kurt Busch showing improvement with win at Infineon


Kurt Busch (photo by Chris Graythen of Getty Images for

Kurt Busch’s turnaround on the racetrack continued with a dominating run at Infineon Raceway, where he earned his first career road-course win and his first of the season.

Busch led a race-high 76 laps and beat Jeff Gordon by almost four seconds.

Busch has really come on since he became upset at his race team’s performance and the Penske Racing organization on his car radio at Richmond in early May.

Busch had been winless in 10 career starts at both Sonoma and Watkins Glen, the only two road courses on the Sprint Cup circuit.

Rounding out the top five, Jeff Gordon was second, Carl Edwards finished third, Clint Bowyer was fourth and Marcos Ambrose finished fifth.


Info courtesy of NASCAR news

Ohio native Hornish gets chance to drive in NASCAR race at Pocono


Sam Hornish (photo by Sam Greenwood of Getty Images for

Defiance, Ohio native Sam Hornish Jr. will return to the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series for the first time this season at Pocono Raceway.

The 31-year-old Hornish has driven very well at Pocono Raceway. In six career Cup starts, he has one top-five, two top-10′s and four top 15′s.

This season, Hornish has made five Nationwide Series starts this season, with a high finish of seventh at Richmond last month.

Hornish replaces Travis Kvapil in the #38 Ford for Front Row Motorsports. Kvapil will spend the weekend racing at the Trucks Series race at Texas Speedway.

Hornish is a former driver for Penske Racing in the NASCAR Sprint Cup series before losing his fulltime ride for 2011.


Info compiled from Radio, TV & Racing news


Miami RedHawks visits Rhode Island in CBI Tournament

(courtesy of The Gazelle Group)

The Miami University men’s basketball team has accepted a bid to participate in the 2011 College Basketball Invitational Presented by Zebra Pen and will travel to Kingston, Rhode Island to play the Rams today (Wednesday, March 16 at 7 p.m.

(courtesy of Miami athletics)

This will be the RedHawks second appearance in the CBI, also earning a bid in the inaugural tournament in 2008 when the RedHawks went up against eventual CBI champion Tulsa.

This will be the first meeting between the teams.

Armed with the nation’s toughest non-conference schedule, Miami enters the postseason with a 16-16 record. The RedHawks posted an 11-5 Mid-American Conference record to finish second in the MAC East Division and earn the #3 seed in the MAC Tournament before being knocked out by the eventual champion, Akron Zips.

Rhode Island enters the game with a 19-13 overall record and a 9-7 mark in the Atlantic 10. The Rams won its opening round game in the A-10 Tournament against St. Louis before losing to eventual champion Richmond in the quarterfinals.

Info courtesy of Miami athletics

9th-seeded Dayton advances to A-10 title game with win over St. Joseph’s

UD head coach Brian Gregory (photo courtesy of Dayton athletics)

Chris Wright earned a double-double of 17 points and 15 rebounds as the Dayton Flyers advance to the Atlantic 10 Championship game with a 64-61 win over the St. Joseph’s Hawks.

Chris Johnson scored 19 points for the Flyers have won three straight in the tournament.

Ninth-seeded UD will play #3 Richmond on Sunday, March 13 at 1 p.m. E.T. The game will be televised nationally by CBS.

This is Dayton’s third appearance in the A-10 championship game. UD won the tournament in 2003. this will be head coach Brian Gregory’s second appearance in the title game.

Dayton, now 22-12 overall, controlled the boards, outrebounding the Hawks 37-31. UD had only seven turnovers the whole game.

Dayton led 28-24 at the half.

Info courtesy of Dayton athletics

Duquesne wins big over Dayton, 82-64

Damian Saunders (courtesy of Duquesne athletics)

The Dayton Flyers usually have problems with Xavier, Richmond and Temple in the Atlantic 10 Conference.

Add one more to the list.

The Duquesne Dukes behind Damian Saunders scoring 19 points, beat the Flyers handily, 82-64.

The Dukes had four players in double fugures in winning their 10th straight game to go 15-5, 7-0.

Dayton led by Brookhaven grad Chris Johnson, who scored 13 points.

The Flyers drop to 15-7, 3-4.

compiled from Dayton athletics news

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