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Oakland ousts YSU in overtime



Published: Wed, March 5, 2014 @ 12:02 a.m.

Associated Press

ROCHESTER, MICH.

Travis Bader drilled two free throws with one second left in regulation, then hit another pair with 9 seconds left in overtime to allow No. 6-seeded Oakland to escape No. 7 Youngstown State, 96-92 in a Horizon League tournament opener Tuesday.

Oakland trailed by 10 with three minutes to play in regulation, but scored 10-straight points to pull even at 75 on three free throws by Bader.

The Penguins led by four with eight seconds left, but Bader drilled a 3 to make it 80-79, then fouled Ryan Weber with one second left, who missed the first of two free throws to make it 81-79.

Fletcher Larson fouled Bader on the in-bounds play and Bader forced the extra period.

Bader finished with 39 points and was 18 of 18 from the line for Oakland (13-19). Kendrick Perry scored 35 points and Ryan Weber added 22 to lead Youngstown State (15-17).

Valparaiso 73, Illinois-Chicago 63

VALPARAISO, Ind.

Alec Peters scored 29 points for No. 4 seed Valparaiso.

Peters scored eight points during an 18-5 run as Valparaiso (18-14) opened a 31-18 lead, en route to a 39-28 halftime advantage.

Illinois-Chicago (6-25) cut the deficit to 59-56 with 6:29 remaining. But the Crusaders scored the next four points as Peters made a free throw before LaVonte Dority added three free throws less than a minute later for a 63-56 lead.

Valparaiso made 8 of 10 free throws in the final minute to preserve the win. Dority joined Peters in double figures with 12 points.

Marc Brown led Illinois-Chicago with 16 points. Jordan Harks added 14 points and nine rebounds while Kelsey Barlow had 11 points and nine rebounds.

Valparaiso will play fifth-seeded Milwaukee in a quarterfinal matchup Friday.

Milwaukee 83, Detroit 73

ROCHESTER, Mich.

Jordan Aaron and Steve McWhorter combined to score 31 points to power No. 5-seed Milwaukee past No. 8 Detroit.Juwan Howard Jr. scored 21 points to lead Detroit, with Matthew Grant and Evan Bruinsma adding 16 and 14 points, respectively.


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1petethepenguin(16 comments)posted 7 months ago

I have been saying this for the last 3 years. As long as the coach is the coach, YSU will NEVER, NEVER, NEVER win. Just like a Republican will never win in Youngstown. So, if you like losing, we have our man. I would sign him to a lifetime contract so we can be assured of never winning!! Unbelievable! But I shouldn't be surprised. Look at the Dunn situation!! People, people....Wake up and see the incompetence of our University leaders!!

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2penguinnick(28 comments)posted 7 months ago

What a pathetic performance. Why does Youngstown continue to accept mediocrity in our men's basketball team? Why is this an AP story, did The Vindicator not send a writer?

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3petethepenguin(16 comments)posted 7 months ago

After talking to my wife, Penny the Penguin, she reminded me that the YSU basketball team is just following the footsteps of other Ohio teams.
YSU football- losers
Browns - losers
Cav's- losers

How silly of me not to get it !!

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4petethepenguin(16 comments)posted 6 months, 4 weeks ago

To understand how YSU lost you must go to Yahoo.com Sports. Currently, it's their lead story/video. Oakland has .6 of a second to go the length of the court and trailed by 2 points. Where was the Coach on this play. Oakland pretended to inbound the ball and the YSU defender ran into an Oakland player who snuck up on the baseline. The Oakland coach told the ref's the play he was about to run and the ref told the coach he would call a foul but only if the YSU player would knock down the Oakland player and the YSU player would fall onto the Oakland player. Bingo, that is exactly what happened. Slocum has to go!!

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