I wanted to bring back some Boilermakings news because one Purdue athlete deserves a ton of recognition for his accomplishments. David Boudia won his fifth career National Championship last night, this time on the 1-meter springboard. He is striving to become the first diver in NCAA history to win all boards at the same meet, and it is his final meet for Purdue. he will forgo his senior season next year to train for the 2012 London Olympics.
Boudia Rallies To Win 1-Meter On Opening Night Of NCAA Championships
Behind early in both the preliminaries and finals, Purdue's David Boudia rallied to the win the 1-meter diving national championship, his fifth career collegiate crown, on the opening night of the NCAA Championships Thursday.
Here are some other handy links to start your day:
Mizzou Basketball Coaching Search: Matt Painter - Rock M Nation
A look at Purdue coach Matt Painter, a potential candidate to fill the Missouri head basketball coaching vacancy.
Boiled Sports: A Look at Matty and Mizzou
The BS guys have a take on the Painter to Missouri situation.
Here are my thought, as posted on Twitter yesterday:
1. It's not happening
2. If it did happen, it would be the biggest mistake the Purdue athletic department has ever made. There is no reason to let him escape to another time, and it would be disappointing to let an alumnus perfect for the program go.
GoldandBlack.com - Allen looks to build off stellar rookie season
Ricardo Allen has been talking a lot about No Days Off looking toward the 2011 season. I really like his attitude and leadership.
Sebree follows in his father’s footsteps to state " Sports " Kokomo Tribune; Kokomo, Indiana
The more Brad Sebree talked about it, the more came back to him, and the more he got on a roll.
2011 NCAA Tournament: Big Ten recap - Sippin' On Purple
A look at the NCAA performance of the Big Ten's 7 representatives
Previewing Big Ten Basketball for 2011-12...You Can't Look Ahead Too Early - The Daily Gopher
The Daily Gopher Looks ahead to next basketball season.
Roommates find groove in Purdue victory | Journal and Courier | jconline.com
Highlights were not abundant in the early season for Purdue baseball road roommates Calvin Gunter and Sean McHugh.
Purdue's Kitchens confident in move to offense | Journal and Courier | jconline.com
Justin Kitchens left for spring break as a defensive tackle and defensive end for Purdue's football team.
Last year's Jr. All-Stars still make grade | The Indianapolis Star | indystar.com
Liza Clemons and Torrie Thornton, two incoming women's basketball recruits, were named Indiana All-Stars.