UNDATED (WHTC) - Nate Snuggerud scored 23 points and grabbed 11 rebounds, as Hope’s Flying Dutchmen downed visiting Olivet last night, 87-65. The Orange and Blue are in Angola, Indiana on Saturday afternoon to face the Trine Thunder. Coverage on 92.7 The Van and http://927thevan.com/listen-live begins at 12:40 PM.
Hope’s women were victorious last night, as Brittany Berry tossed in 15 points in a 103-49 triumph over St. Mary’s in South Bend. The Flying Dutch entertain Calvin at DeVos Fieldhouse on Saturday afternoon.
Grand Valley State’s two basketball teams are at home this evening, welcoming Lake Superior State to the Fieldhouse Arena in Allendale.
In state major college basketball last night: Western Michigan lost to Bowling Green State, 70-60; Central Michigan fell to Ohio U., 82-63; and Eastern Michigan succumbed to Akron, 70-62. This evening, Oakland U. travels to South Dakota.
High school boys’ basketball action along the Lakeshore tonight has Saugatuck at Martin and Calvary home to Providence Christian at the Holland Civic Center. Tomorrow evening at 5:40, catch the Holland Christian at Hamilton contest on 1450 WHTC and http://whtc.com/listen-live.
The Southwestern Athletic Conference yesterday announced its parings for tomorrow night’s crossover girls’ basketball games. Saugatuck is home to Lawton, with broadcast time on 92.7 The Van and http://927thevan.com/listen-live at 6:40 PM, while Fennville entertains Marcellus.
Jose Calderon scored 24 points as the Pistons defeated visiting Washington last night, 96-85. Meanwhile in Boston, Brandon Bass’ 14-point performance helped the Celtics outlast the visiting Bulls, 71-69. The NBA All-Star Game is in Houston on Sunday, with Chicago’s Luol Deng the only player from either the Bulls or the Pistons participating. When regular season play resumes on Tuesday evening, the Pistons entertains Memphis at the Palace, while the Bulls travel to New Orleans.
Alexander Steen’s goal 52 seconds into overtime lifted visiting St. Louis past the Red Wings last night, 4-3. Detroit is home to Anaheim tomorrow evening; our next Red Wings broadcast on 1450 WHTC is on Sunday night at 5:40, when Detroit visits Minnesota.