Thursday, July 10, 2008

Closed for the time being

I will no longer be able to continue to maintain this blog. If anyone is still interested in news about basketball in The Summit League -- interested enough to take over the maintenance of this blog, feel free to contact me via email (the link is near the top of the page). I can provide a list of bookmarks and I can see about adding you as a user able to post to this blog, or you can if you wish find some other site to host a blog about The Summit League.

In any event, I will not be posting daily lists of news links for the 2008-2009 basketball season. It's been fun, but maintaining both this blog and a similar blog for fans of the Horizon League takes more time than I can afford to devote, as I discovered this past season.

If you want this blog to continue, the ball's in your court ;)

Sunday, June 22, 2008

News From The Summit 6/22/2008


Campus briefs--deseretnews.com

SOUTHERN UTAH

ACADEMICS: Southern Utah University had 89 student-athletes named to the 2007-08 Summit League Commissioner List of Academic Excellence as released by the conference.

The women's indoor track and field team led all squads with 17 total athletes honored with the award. Women's soccer and women's outdoor track and field followed with 13 honorees each.

Baseball was next with seven award winners, and SUU's women's cross country, men's golf, softball and men's outdoor track and field each earned five.

Men's basketball, women's basketball and men's indoor track and field each collected four recognitions, with women's tennis garnering three and women's golf and men's cross country each having two.

Those honored had to have at least a 3.000 cumulative GPA and sophomore academic standing. Freshmen, redshirt freshmen and first-year transfers were not eligible for the award.


UMKC player’s scholarship lost in translation--The Kansas City Star
Steven Davis not ready to replace dad in radio booth--The Kansas City Star
College notebook--The Kansas City Star

UMKC assistant hired

Former Wyandotte High School basketball coach Wendell Moore will join Matt Brown’s staff as UMKC assistant basketball coach.

Moore spent the last two years as an assistant under Rex Walters at Florida Atlantic. Moore replaces Kareem Richardson, who left to become an assistant at Drake.

Moore spent five years at Wyandotte early in the decade and led the Bulldogs to a 14-7 record in 2004.