Friday, October 24, 2008

Meeting Mastey & Neal; Shut Out

#2 posting 10.24.2008
your daily dose of girls basketball news & information

BIG 10: Minnesota will be more athletic and have more scoring options this season. From the Star Tribune.
The Gophers want you to meet....Nicole Mastey. Mastey played her high school ball at Becker.

Michigan State is motivated by the NCAA's snub last year. DeHaan shows off her muscles too. From the Grand Rapids Press.

The Badgers want you to meet.....Emily Neal. Neal played her high school ball at Breck and was at Colorado State for a couple of seasons.

BIG 12: Tocarra Ross of Iowa State will have arthroscopic knee surgery today.
ISU coach Bill Fennelly gets the fans out for the Cyclones. From the Cedar Rapids Gazette.

Kansas Coach Bonnie Hendrickson will hold her 5th annual clinic Sunday.

BIG EAST: Krystle Ellis of Marquette is a unanimous all Big East pick.
Louisville is picked for 3rd in the Big East.

HORIZON: Cleveland State coach Kate Peterson Abiad has signed a contract extension to 2013.

MID AMERICAN: Western Michigan is thriving with an intense atmosphere. From the Kalamazoo Gazette.

MISSOURI VALLEY: Wichita State is starting a mentoring program with their players and successful women community leaders.

MOUNTAIN WEST: Colorado State "rocked the Moby"

SUMMIT: South Dakota State is the top pick in the Summit. From the Brookings Register.

UW Superior is conditioning for success.

Wayne State Michigan coach Gloria Bradley has been inducted into the Montclair State hall of fame.

North Dakota is putting the Class B redistricting on hold. Also the boys basketball season will start ahead of the girls season. From the Grand Forks Herald.

Shut out: St. Joan of Arc shut out Stephen Lewis 32-0 in a York Region game in Ontario. From the Toronto Star.
Here are the rest of the Thursday results in the Toronto Star.

Jill Stratton, Etobicoke 39 vs. York Memorial 71-41
Angela Lecce, Father Goetz 24 vs. Iona 72-12
Chloe Mago, Senator O'Connor 22 vs. Bnei Akiva 58-23
Kimberly Tolson, Crawford 22 vs. Loretto 33-22

Next up: tomorrow