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The summer keeps getting busier for junior guard Ray McCallum (Beverly Hills, MI/Detroit Country Day) as he just came back from the Deron Williams Skills Academy, held in Chicago from June 21-23.
The college basketball season might be more than five months away, but that hasn’t stopped Ray McCallum (Beverly Hills, MI/Detroit Country Day) from picking up some early accolades for his junior season.
The NCAA’s attempt to be more transparent about its tournament selection process proved one thing Sunday: It’s still subjective.
Detroit makes its first Horizon League championship game since the 2004-05 season after a thrilling 63-58 win over Cleveland State in the semifinals Saturday night.
Junior Yar Shayok (Ottawa, ON/Hillcrest) scored 10 of her 14 points in the second half and the Titans held off a late charge by Butler as Detroit went into Hinkle Fieldhouse and pulled out a win for the second-straight season, 57-52, on Thursday night.
Third-seed Detroit advanced to the quarterfinal round of the 2012 Horizon League Championships with an 80-71 win over Loyola in the opening round Tuesday at Calihan Hall.
Detroit enters the Horizon League Tournament as the third seed in the 10-team field.
Jason Calliste scored 14 points and Detroit dominated close to the basket in a 71-55 win over Wright State on Wednesday night.
Ryan Broekhoff scored 26 points and Valparaiso hit 12 3-pointers en route to a 78-73 comeback victory over Detroit on Thursday night.
Pushing Detroit to an unbeaten week, University of Detroit Mercy sophomore guard Ray McCallum (Beverly Hills, Mich./Detroit Country Day) has been named the Horizon League Men’s Basketball Player of the Week