Missouri Valley Conference News
Gators, Shockers remain 1-2
Friday. The Shockers (34-0) got the 15 other No. 1 votes. They won the Missouri Valley Conference tournament Sunday and will be the first team to enter the NCAA tournament without a loss since UNLV in 1991. Villanova moved from sixth to
Jim Boeheim: Parity great for game
basketball. Boeheim, whose top-ranked team is one of two unbeatens along with No. 4 Wichita State of the Missouri Valley Conference , said on ESPN Radio's "Mike & Mike" that the game is better than ever because of parity. "I think
Barry Hinson: 'I regret one thing'
finger." The Salukis, who host Ball State on Saturday, have the worst record in the Missouri Valley Conference . SIU was 14-17 (6-12 in the MVC ) during Hinson's first season. Moccia said he was made aware of Drinkard's tweet
Barry Hinson: 'Regret one thing'
SIU (2-8) hosts Ball State on Saturday and currently has the worst record in the Missouri Valley Conference . The Salukis were 14-17 (6-12 in MVC ) during Hinson's first season. Moccia said he was made aware of Drinkard's tweet
Parity abounds in college basketball
more than a dozen teams had legitimate NCAA title hopes. That number has probably ..... 2 seed Ohio State in last season's NCAA tournament en route to the Final Four ..... still hold an inexplicable belief that a Missouri Valley Conference school should not be ranked so high
Wichita State Is Awesome, Baby!
State Mark Turgeon's Shockers scored just 52 points in a Missouri Valley Conference semifinal loss to Bradley. Wichita State took charge against ..... 86-66 victory. The victory marked the school's first NCAA tournament win since 1981. Wichita State meets Tennessee
High School Cheerleading: Pompoms and Pressure
tournament this week, suffered a concussion and a cracked neck vertebra. After Yamaoka's injury, the Missouri Valley Conference barred cheerleaders from being launched or tossed, or taking part in formations higher than two levels during
Injured Cheerleader Defends Dangerous Stunts
year's team. After Yamaoka's injury -- she suffered a concussion and a cracked neck vertebra -- the Missouri Valley Conference barred cheerleaders from being launched or tossed, or taking part in formations higher than two levels during