Valparaiso’s Alec Peters to Miss Rest of Season

Alec Peters' college career is over. Perhaps the greatest player to ever put on a Valparaiso uniform, Peters is being shut down for the remainder of the season due to a stress fracture in his foot that had forced him to miss the past two games. Peters, named the Horizon League Player

Top 10 Players March 1st

These are my Top 10 Players who I feel have the best chance at winning the Wooden Award at this particular week in the season, with one sentence to plead their case for the best player in the nation. Frank Mason III- Kansas. His Senior Leadership and scoring abilities have

Jonathon Warriner’s Bracketology: 11 days until Selection Sunday

Midwest Region (Kansas City) 1.Kansas (Tulsa) 16.New Orleans 8.Arkansas 9.VCU 4.Purdue (Milwaukee) 13.Akron 5.Notre Dame 12.Seton Hall 3.Arizona (Salt Lake City) 14.East Tennessee State 6.Creighton 11.Nevada 2.Louisville (Indianapolis) 15.Bucknell 7.Dayton 10.Michigan West Region (San Jose) 1.Gonzaga (Sacramento) 16.Texas Southern/ UC Davis 8.Oklahoma State 9.USC 4.Florida State (Orlando) 13.Texas-Arlington 5.SMU 12.UNC Wilmington 3.Butler (Milwaukee) 14.Oakland 6.Virginia Tech 11.Middle Tennessee 2.Oregon (Sacramento) 15.Cal State Bakersfield 7.Maryland 10.Wichita State East Region (New York City) 1.Villanova (Buffalo) 16.North Dakota 8.Miami 9.Michigan State 4.Virginia (Buffalo) 13.Vermont 5.West Virginia 12.Monmouth 3.Duke (Greenville) 14.UNC Asheville) 6.Iowa State 11.Providence 2.Kentucky (Indianapolis) 15.Princeton 7.Wisconsin 10.California South Region (Memphis) 1.North

College Pride Press Champ Week Coverage

Gooooood day, ladies and gents! Welcome to March Madness, everybody!  Conference tournament season is officially underway.  This is such a special time of the sports year, but it can also be very overwhelming. Worry no more, college basketball fans!  Welcome to THE place to be for Champ Week coverage.  Here, you can

Jonathon Warriner’s Bracketology: 12 days until Selection Sunday

Midwest Region (Kansas City) 1.Kansas (Tulsa) 16.New Orleans 8.Miami 9.Michigan State 4.Florida (Orlando) 13.Texas-Arlington 5.Notre Dame 12.Providence 3.Arizona (Salt Lake City) 14.East Tennessee State 6.Creighton 11.Syracuse/ Illinois State 2.Louisville (Indianapolis) 15.Bucknell 7.Dayton 10.Michigan West Region (San Jose) 1.Gonzaga (Sacramento) 16.Texas Southern/ UC Davis 8.Arkansas 9.USC 4.Virginia (Buffalo) 13.Vermont 5.Minnesota 12.Monmouth 3.Butler (Milwaukee) 14.Oakland 6.Virginia Tech 11.Middle Tennessee 2.Oregon (Sacramento) 15.Cal State Bakersfield 7.Oklahoma State 10.Northwestern East Region (New York City) 1.Villanova (Buffalo) 16.North Dakota 8.Maryland 9.Xavier 4.Duke (Greenville) 13.Belmont 5.West Virginia 12.UNC Wilmington 3.Florida State (Orlando) 14.UNC Asheville 6.Iowa State 11. Providence 2.Kentucky (Indianapolis) 15.Princeton 7.Wisconsin 10.California South

Mid-Major Report: Monmouth Jumps Into the Top Eight for the First Time

Another superb week of college basketball. Gonzaga continues to dominate and there are a couple more teams that could make late season runs that would help boost their resumes. Here is the seventh edition of the College Pride Press Mid-Major Report... Power Rankings: Gonzaga (28-0, 16-0 WCC) Mark Few’s group continues