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Jan. 23, 2006Contact: Alan AshbyComplete Release in PDF FormatDownload Free Acrobat ReaderGame #18at UW-Green Bay (14-3, 7-0 HL)Date: Thursday, Jan. 26, 2006Site: Green Bay, Wis.Arena: Phoenix Center (1,800)Tip-off: 7:00 p.m. CSTSeries: UW-Green Bay leads 38-3Live Stats: www.csuvikings.comWatch: www.horizonleague.comThe Opening Tip: After playing just one game in 12 days, the women's basketball team (3-14, 1-5 HL) returns to the rigors of Horizon League play this week, traveling to Wisconsin for a pair of games. The Vikings will battle first place UW-Green Bay (14-3, 7-0 HL) on Thursday, with the teams headed in opposite directions. The Phoenix have won nine straight games, while CSU has dropped its last five.A Look At The Series: UW-Green Bay has dominated the series with the Vikings, winning 38 of the 41 meetings. The Phoenix has won eight in a row overall and 18-of-19 all-time in Green Bay. Cleveland State's last victory in the series was a 66-55 decision in the Wolstein Center during the 2001-02 campaign.A Glance At The Vikings: Cleveland State heads into Thursday's game having dropped its last five Horizon League contests. The Vikings are shooting .391 from the field and have knocked down 32.2 percent of their three-point attempts. Omega Harrington (10.9 ppg) leads the team in scoring, while Dominique Butler (9.6) and Erin Martin (8.8) follow closely behind. Nicole Thomas paces the squad in rebounds (5.6), while Martin is tops in assists (4.24) and Butler leads in steals (2.35).Noting The Phoenix: UW-Green Bay enters Thursday's contest having won its last nine games to improve to 14-3 overall and 7-0 in the league. The league-leading Phoenix defeated Butler on Sunday, 56-61, its last time out. UWGB is shooting .451 from the field en route to posting a 71.2 scoring average, while its opponents are averaging 63.3 points on a .418 field goal percentage. Nicole Soulis leads the squad in scoring (17.7) and rebounding (7.0), ranking second and third, respectively, in the league. Natalie Berglin is averaging 14.9 points and a team-best 4.35 assists. Head coach Kevin Borseth is 178-54 in nine seasons in Green Bay and 403-151 in 20 years overall.Petrecca To Enter Hall: This Saturday, Mary Petrecca will become the ninth women's basketball player to be enshrined in the CSU Athletics Hall of Fame. Joining her in this year's class are Matt Ghaffari (wrestling, 1983-84), Tim Holden (baseball, 1970, 1972-73) and Joe Kaderabek (baseball, 1963-66). Petrecca, a four-year starter on the women's basketball team from 1983-86, currently ranks fourth all-time in rebounding (869), seventh in scoring (1,229) and eighth in blocked shots (60). She averaged in double figures in each of her first three seasons and grabbed at least 190 rebounds in every season. She was honored as the team's Most Outstanding Player as a senior in 1985-86. When she graduated in 1987, she ranked second in school history in points, rebounds and blocks.Deja Vu All Over Again: Due to a scheduling quirk, the Vikings are facing UW-Green Bay and UW-Milwaukee for the second time in two weeks. CSU will close out the season series with the Phoenix and Panthers before playing either Butler or Wright State once.Triple Threat: Cleveland State heads into Thursday's game having made a three-point field goal in 375 consecutive contests -- the longest active run in the nation and the second-longest streak ever. Louisville (394 games) ranks first all-time in NCAA annals, although the Cardinals had their streak come to an end during the 2004-05 campaign. The last time the Vikings failed to drain at least one three-pointer in a game was in a 78-55 loss at Cincinnati on Dec. 17, 1992. CSU has made 2,236 triples during the run, an average of 6.0 per game. The 1995-96 team led the nation in three-pointers made per game with 8.5.Charity In The League: Cleveland State's concentration at the free throw line appears to have gone up since the start of Horizon League play. Through six games, the Vikings rank third in the league with a .713 percentage, knocking down 62 of their 87 attempts. In its 11 non-conference games, CSU hit just 66.4 percent of its attempts from the charity stripe (101-152).Stolen Property: Since recording just five steals in the opener at Wisconsin, the Vikings have notched double-digit thefts in 13 of their last 16 games, including a season-high 17 swipes against Robert Morris on Dec. 28. CSU, which had just five double-figure steal games all of last season, ranks second in the league and 42nd in the nation (as of Jan. 16) with 11.24 steals. Dominique Butler, Brittany Korth and Erin Martin lead the way with 40, 34 and 34 thefts, respectively. The Vikings are just 16 steals shy of their 29-game total from last season.Bring A Kid: Cleveland State basketball is teaming up with the NCAA for its annual "Take a Kid to the Game" day. On Saturday, Feb. 4, the Vikings will face Butler in a Horizon League match-up, with tip-off set for 3:00 p.m. in the Wolstein Center. With the purchase of one adult ticket, fans will receive one youth ticket free. Learn more information about "Take a Kid to the Game" day by visiting TAKG.com.Help Celebrate CSU's Women's Sports: Cleveland State will host the sixth annual Celebration of Women's Sports on Friday, Feb. 3. The event serves as the primary fundraiser for the Women's Athletic Fund, which supports all of CSU's women's teams. The event begins at 5:30 p.m. on the fourth floor of the Wolstein Center and features a grazing dinner, reverse raffles and live and silent auction items including autographed memorabilia, a trip to the Dominican Republic, hotel and restaurant packages and much more. Tickets are $50 and include dinner and two drink tickets.Cleveland State sponsors nine varsity women's sports, with over 100 female student-athletes participating in basketball, cross country, fencing, golf, soccer, softball, swimming, tennis and volleyball.For tickets or more information, contact Amy Pappas at (216) 685-1441 or amy@azaevents.net.Internet Provides Limitless Horizons: Under a new plan put in place during the off-season, all Horizon League women's conference games will be available via video streaming on the League's official web site at www.horizonleague.org. All games will be shown live on the web through a new partnership with College Sports TV Online, which also is the web provider for five league schools as well as the conference office.The service, which a available for free, can be accessed on www.CSUVikings.com or via the League's web site. Each broadcast will feature the radio play-by-play of the host school and video taken from at least three camera angles. For a complete schedule of all games, log on to www.horizonleague.org.Page-Turner: The old saying goes: Don't judge a book by its cover. Omega Harrington is proof enough of that. In Cleveland State's two exhibition games, she went 1-for-10 from the floor and 0-for-4 from three-point range en route to scoring just five points. The Indianapolis native has completely turned things around so far in the regular season, leading the Vikings and ranking 16th in the league in scoring at 10.9 ppg. She has paced the team in scoring eight times and posted double-figure totals 10 times this year, including a season-high 19-point effort in a win at Akron (Nov. 25) and 17 points in the Dec. 31 victory over Detroit.Harrington Has Been On The Mark Too: A 32 percent shooter last year from both the field and behind the arc, Omega Harrington has raised her shooting accuracy so far this season, ranking fifth in three-point percentage (.422) while connecting on 38.2 percent of her shots overall. She has knocked down at least one three-pointer in every game this season, after draining a triple in 15-of-21 contests last year.As Multidimensional As Ever: While Erin Martin may be struggling with her shooting -- she's averaging just 8.8 points on 51-for-167 shooting (.305) -- that hasn't taken away from the rest of her game. A preseason second team All-Horizon League selection, Martin ranks fourth in the league in assists (4.24), 15th in rebounds (4.7), sixth in steals (2.0) and 13th in assists-to-turnover ratio (1.11). The Canfield, Ohio native had 17 points, a career-high tying eight assists and five steals at Youngstown State on Jan. 19 and nearly posted her first career triple-double on Dec. 11 against Western Michigan, recording 12 points, nine rebounds and eight assists. Martin enters the week 52 points shy of becoming the 19th player in school history to reach 1,000.Thomas Hits Boards Hard: Despite playing just a little over 21 minutes a game, Nicole Thomas has still managed to rank among the Horizon League's rebounding leaders. Playing with a healthy back this year, she ranks 10th in rebounding (5.6), eighth in offensive rebounds (2.12), 11th in defensive boards (3.53) and 14th in blocked shots (0.41). She is also shooting a team-best .530 (35-66) from the floor (but does not have enough field goals to qualify for the league leaders). Included in her solid performance was a career-high tying and then league season-best 13 rebounds on Dec. 22 against Ohio and her second career double-double versus Detroit (12P, 10R) on Jan. 31.Head Coach Kate Peterson: The sixth head coach in 33 seasons of Viking women's basketball, Kate Peterson is 19-55 (.257) in her third season directing the Cleveland State program. In 2003-04, she guided the Vikings to a 12-16 record, including a school-record nine league wins. Prior to her arrival in Cleveland, Peterson spent six years as an assistant at Wisconsin, serving as the recruiting coordinator starting in 1998. She also worked at Eastern Illinois (1993-97) and Indiana (1991-93). A 1991 graduate of Wisconsin-Stevens Point, she earned Kodak All-America honors her senior season after setting the NCAA Division III record for three-point field goals per game at 3.85.The Butler Did It: Freshman guard Dominique Butler came into Cleveland State as one of the most highly-recruited players in the program's history. Rated the 20th-best shooting guard in the nation as a high school senior by All-Star Girls Report, she stands 23rd in the league in scoring (9.6), seventh in field goal percentage at .507 (70-138), third in steals (2.35) and 10th in blocks (0.59). The Milwaukee native made her collegiate debut by leading the Vikings with a career-high 14 points in a team-high 30 minutes off the bench at Wisconsin on Nov. 20. Since then, Butler has gone on to lead the team in scoring four more times, shooting above 50.0 percent on 10 occasions. She tallied seven points and three steals in her first career start on Dec. 22 against Ohio and posted all 11 of her points (5-5 FGs) in the final 6:42 on Dec. 31 to help stave off a late Detroit rally.Vikings Fall At Youngstown State: Cleveland State lost, 68-56, at Youngstown State on Jan. 19 in its only action last week. The Penguins book ended the first half with a pair of identical 15-2 runs, eventually pushing the lead to as much as 23 late in the game. Kristy Gaudiose helped stake YSU to a 44-31 lead at the half with a school record tying seven three-pointers. YSU shot nearly 50.0 percent from the field for the game and held a 42-27 advantage on the boards. Canfield native Erin Martin paced the Vikings with 17 points, eight assists and five steals. Gaudiose finished with 23 points, while Jessica Schloemp added 20 points and 19 rebounds.Wilson Has Her Way: Junior college transfer Chenara Wilson was recruited to give the Vikings more of an offensive presence in the paint. On Jan. 14 against UW-Milwaukee, she erupted for a career-high 18 points in 24 minutes of play, knocking down nine of her 14 field goal attempts. In CSU's six league games, she is shooting 53.8 percent from the field.Miller Has Breakout Game: Natalie Miller had the best day of her young career on Jan. 7 at Loyola. The Dover, Ohio native went 7-for-9 from the field, setting career-bests for points (15) and rebounds (5) in a career-high 25 minutes of action. In Cleveland State's six league games, she is averaging 7.3 points and 2.7 rebounds while playing 19 minutes a game.In Celebration of Dr. King: In recognition of the honorable Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., the Horizon League held its second annual Martin Luther King Celebration in conjunction with six league basketball games played from Jan. 14-16. Each host institution chose a local elementary school to implement a contest among upper-elementary students involving essay, music or art to celebrate Martin Luther King Day. Fifteen winners from Marion Sterling Elementary in Cleveland were recognized prior to the Jan. 14 tip-off with UW-Milwaukee. The winners were accompanied by student-athletes from each team during pregame introductions and received complementary tickets to the game, a commemorative T-shirt from the Horizon League and Margaret Davidson's book entitled I Have a Dream: The Story of Martin Luther King.NCAA Regional Comes To Cleveland: Cleveland State continues its tradition of hosting first class NCAA events when the NCAA Division I Women's Basketball Championship comes to Cleveland for the first time. Along with the Mid-American Conference, CSU will welcome four of the nation's top teams to Quicken Loans Arena on March 26 & 28, 2006 for the Cleveland Regional. All-session tickets are available and range in price from $20 for the three games, up to $60 for the best seats in the house. If available, single session tickets may go on sale the week of the competition. Call 216-420-2200 for an order form or for additional information or log on to www.theqarena.com to download a ticket brochure.Home Cooking: Cleveland State's schedule features a record 14 home games. Prior to this year, the Vikings had played 13 regular season home games on eight occasions, the most recent time coming in 2003-04.Schedule Poses Stern Test: Eighth-ranked Connecticut may have been the most noteworthy of CSU's early season opponents, but when a 4-0 Central Michigan rolled into town on Dec. 3, it meant that five of the Vikings' first six opponents were undefeated at the time of the game. The Chippewas joined Wisconsin (1-0), Hillsdale (3-0), the Huskies (4-0) and St. Bonaventure (3-0) in facing CSU with a spotless mark.Charity Starts At Home: Cleveland State head women's basketball coach Kate Peterson came up with a unique way to help break the Viking women's attendance record. When CSU hosted No. 8 Connecticut in front of a record 2,948 fans on Nov. 27, Peterson donated $1 for every person in attendance (until the previous record of 2,173 was broken) to the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation.Peterson presented a check to JDRF for $2,174 during the the men's game against John Carroll on Dec. 22 to recognize freshman guard Natalie Miller, who suffers from the disease. JDRF is the leading charitable funder and advocate of type 1 diabetes research worldwide. The mission of JDRF is to find a cure for diabetes and its complications through the support of research. Type 1 diabetes is a disease which strikes in childhood, adolescence, or adulthood, but lasts a lifetime. JDRF provided more than $98 million to diabetes research in the 2005 fiscal year, and is responsible for more than $900 million in direct funding since it was founded.Straight Shooters: The Vikings' .563 field goal percentage (27-48) in the Nov. 23 win over Hillsdale was good for the third-best mark in school history. The school-record of .627 (32-51) was set at on Jan. 21, 1980, while the second-best mark of .569 (29-51) came against Chicago State on Nov. 22, 1997. Cleveland State was accurate in every facet against the Chargers, knocking down 58.3 percent (7-12) of its three-pointers (tied for fifth-best in school history) and 80.0 percent of its free throws (16-20).Four Ink With Vikings: The continued building of Cleveland State's women's basketball program received a big boost with the signing of four players during the recent early signing period. Kate Peterson made the announcement on Nov. 30.Kailey Klein (Cherry, Ill.), twin sisters Angel and Jessica Roque (Mississauga, Ontario) and Stephanie Crosley (Milwaukee, Wis.) have signed National Letters of Intent to attend Cleveland State and play basketball beginning in the fall of 2006.Klein averaged 22.0 points, 11.3 rebounds and 5.4 steals as a junior at Hall High School en route to earning multiple all-state honors. A 5-11 guard/forward, she was the Peoria Journal Star Class A Player of the Year in 2005 and a two-time first team all-conference pick. A gifted athlete, she was honorable mention all-state in volleyball and reached the state finals in discus (2004 & `05) and as a member of the 800-meter relay team (2005).Angel Roque, a 5-5 point guard, was named a 2005 Top Five All-Star by the Toronto Sun. She is averaging 15.0 points, 10.0 assists and 7.0 steals this year to lead Father Michael Goetz High School to a 32-2 record. She was a member of the Ontario provincial team that claimed the gold medal at the national tournament in 2003 and 2004.Jessica Roque is currently averaging 17.0 points, 10.0 rebounds, 6.0 assists and 3.0 steals for Father Michael Goetz and was recently invited to train with the Canadian Junior National Team in late December. A 5-7 shooting guard (and three minutes older than her sister), Jessica joined Angel as a Toronto Sun 2005 Top Five All-Star -- the first time a pair of teammates have received the honor in the same season.Crosley, a 5-11 forward at King High School, was a first team all-conference and honorable mention all-area selection last year after averaging 13.8 points. She led the team in scoring (13.6 ppg) as a sophomore, earning second team all-conference accolades.Double Your Pleasure: After playing four twin bills last year, the men's and women's teams will share three dates at home in 2005-06, the second of which comes on Thursday. They are: DateWomen's GameMen's Game12/22Ohio (L, 64-76)John Carroll (W, 84-53)1/12UW-Green Bay (L, 51-66)Detroit (W, 59-52/OT)2/18LoyolaBracket BusterWomen's Hoops On The Radio: For the second year in a row, the women's basketball team will have all of its home games broadcast live over the internet. The women's program made it's inaugural appearance over the airwaves towards the end of the 2003-04 campaign and has grown its visibility ever since.David Wilson will serve as the voice of the Vikings for the third straight year. The Chagrin Falls resident doubles as the voice of the Lake County Captains (a Class A affiliate of the Cleveland Indians).Cleveland State recently announced a partnership with WHK 1420 AM to broadcast all of the Vikings' postseason action live over the airwaves.Like Father, Like Daughter: Viking basketball has an interesting first this year as Dave and Stephanie Youdath are believed to be the first father-daughter combination to each suit up for Clevel


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