Wednesday, October 29, 2008

Three More Verbals, Missouri Valley Previews

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Shardai Morrison-Fountain of Columbus Africentric has verballed Marshall University. SMF is a 5-5 guard that averaged 14.2 ppg.
Ashar Harris of Columbus Africentric has verballed Morgan State University. Harris is a 5-11 forward that averaged 10.5 ppg.
The two verbals push the Ohio 2009 verbal totals to 55 overall and 44 headed to D1 programs.
Meixandra Potter of Freedom high school in Virginia has verballed Colorado State. From Loudon Prep Sports
This is the 8th known verbal from the 2009 Virginia class.

Cornerstone is #6 in the NAIA D2 poll. Jamestown is #9. At the end of the Jamestown Sun article.

ATLANTIC 10: George Washington is picked for 2nd. Dayton is 9th.

BIG 10: Michigan's Roni Hicks blogs. The Wolverines will hold Fan Night on November 7.
You need to sign up to be a Wisconsin Badger Insider.
Purdue's Lauren Mioton is royalty.

BIG 12: Nebraska hosts Chadron State in an exhibition on Friday. Iowa State's Heather Ezell takes a walk on the Cyber Cyd.

HORIZON: UW Green Bay has plenty of familiar faces back. From WBAY.

MISSOURI VALLEY: Illinois State is the unanimous pick for first in the Missouri Valley. Creighton is picked for 2nd in the preseason poll. Drake is 3rd. Northern Iowa is 5th. Missouri State is 6th. Indiana State is 7th. Bradley is 8th. Southern Illinois is 9th.
Northern Iowa's Jacqui Kalin (Sioux City North) is on the preseason all conference team. Also on the preseason team is Missouri State's Maggie Dwyer (Grand Haven, MI) From the Des Moines Register.

MOUNTAIN WEST: Colorado State hosts Adams State on Friday in an exhibition. New Ram coach Kristin Holt will hold a live chat today.

Alaska Anchorage starts their season this weekend in Orlando.

IOWA: Central, Iowa's new coach Jerry Nikkel will be looking for the Dutch to score more this year.
WISCONSIN: UW Stevens Point is reloading. From WAOW.

HIGH SCHOOL: Detroit Community is mentioned in the Sporting News preseason preview book and that gets a mentioned in the Detroit News.

Next up: tomorrow or when news breaks