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HorizL: Season 2008-2009

Cleveland State won Horizon League Championship
(Photo: Clev.St.)

Horizon League
Regular Season
1 Butler 15-3 26-4
2 Wisc.-Green Bay 13-5 22-10
3 Cleveland St. 12-6 24-10
3 Wright St. 12-6 20-13
5 Wisc.-Milwaukee 11-7 17-14
6 Youngstown St. 7-11 11-19
6 Ill.-Chicago 7-11 16-15
8 Loyola, IL 6-12 14-18
9 Valparaiso 5-13 9-22
10 Detroit Mercy 2-16 7-23

Cleveland St. University 2008-09
30 Cole Norris 6'1'' (185) G USA
32 Brown Daundray 6'4'' (193) G USA
42 Moore Chris 6'9'' (206) C USA
11 Jackson Cedric 6'3'' (191) G USA
35 Bullock J'nathan 6'5'' (196) F USA
2 Schiele Eric 5'10'' (178) G USA
21 Tandy George 6'8'' (203) F USA
23 Eppinger Daitwan 6'6'' (198) F USA
45 Fields Renard 6'7'' (201) F USA
51 Latas Joe 6'11'' (211) C USA
3 Harmon Trevon 6'0'' (183) G USA
5 Montgomery Jeremy 6'2'' (188) G USA
20 Woods Charlie 6'7'' (201) F USA
22 McCoy Josh 6'4'' (193) G USA
33 Kamczyc Tim 6'6'' (198) F USA
44 Pogue Aaron 6'9'' (206) F USA
50 Anderson Ethan 6'8'' (203) F USA

The third time was the charm for CSU to win the Horizon League vs. No. 17 Butler
Cedric Jackson (6'3''-G-86) scored 19 points and Cleveland State used a flurry of 3-pointers to beat No. 16 Butler 57-54 Tuesday night, winning the Horizon League tourney championship and its first NCAA tournament berth since 1986.
Six of Cleveland State's first seven field goals in the second half were 3-pointers, helping the Vikings (25-10) erase an 8-point lead by the Bulldogs (26-5).
Butler's last lead was 48-47 midway through the period, then Jackson hit a 3-pointer and a floater in the lane to put the Vikings in front for good. Butler had two chances to tie in the closing seconds, but Shelvin Mack (6'3''-G) and Gordon Hayward (6'8''-G/F) missed 3-pointers.
Mack led Butler with 18 points and a career-high nine rebounds.

Tournament Final: Butler - Cleveland St. 54-57
Tournament Semifinals:
Green Bay - Cleveland St. 67-73
Butler - Wright St. 62-57

All-Horizon League 1st Team 2008-09

All-Horizon League 1st Team
Matt Howard (6'8''-F) of Butler
J'nathan Bullock (6'5''-F-87) of Cleveland State
Ryan Tillema (6'8''-G-86) of Green Bay
Gordon Hayward of Butler
Josh Mayo (5'11''-G-87) of UIC

All-Horizon League 2nd Team
Cedric Jackson of Cleveland State
Todd Brown (6'5''-G-87) of Wright State
Rahmon Fletcher (5'10''-G-88) of Green Bay
Tone Boyle (6'2''-G) of Milwaukee
Urule Igbavboa (6'9''-F-87) of Valparaiso

Horizon League All-Newcomer Team
Gordon Hayward of Butler
Shelvin Mack of Butler
Tone Boyle of Milwaukee
James Eayrs (6'7''-F) of Milwaukee
DeAndre Mays (6'2''-G-87) of Youngstown State

Horizon League All-Defensive Team
Cedric Jackson of Cleveland State
Terry Evans (6'5''-F-86) of Green Bay
Scott VanderMeer (7'0''-C-86) of UIC
Matt Howard of Butler
Will Graham (6'2''-G-85) of Wright State

Horizon League Player of the Year: Matt Howard of Butler
Horizon League Defensive Player of the Year: Cedric Jackson of Cleveland State
Horizon League Newcomer of the Year: Gordon Hayward of Butler
Horizon League Sixth Man of the Year: Ryan Tillema of Green Bay
Horizon League Coach of the Year: Brad Stevens of Butler

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