Wednesday, November 12, 2008

4 More Verbals, Alexander Buckles Down

#3 posting 11.12.2008
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Jasmine Watson, 6-2, South Bend Washington, University of Massachusetts. Watson is involved in a transfer situation and may be headed to court to see where she will play her senior year. From the Indianapolis Star.
Emily Huber, 5-8, Indianapolis Ben Davis, Ave Maria (Fla.) University, NAIA. From the Indy Star.

This pushes the Indiana 2009 overall total to 32 with 28 headed to D1 programs, and 1 headed to NAIA programs.

There are two more Iowa 2009 verbals
Shelby Smith of Waterloo West is headed to St. Joseph's.
Alexa Hugee of Ballard is headed to Texas State.
Ballard has 3 D1 players on its roster.
From the Des Moines Register.

Here are the Big 4 Iowa D1 recruits. From the Des Moines Register.

This pushes the Iowa 2009 verbal total to 12, all headed to D1 programs.

North Dakota State hosts Northern Iowa on Friday marking the start of the DeHoff Era.

KELO has video on South Dakota's transition to D1. The Coyotes host NW Missouri State on Saturday and Bemidji State on Sunday.

Jordan Plummer won't pass on shooting at Drake. From the Des Moines Register.

Iowa's Kachine Alexander (Benilde-St. Margaret's) has buckled down. From the DMR.

Northern Iowa's Jacqui Kalin (Sioux City North) had success as a freshmen and has worked to improve. From the DMR.

Claire Rockall is an Irish import at Iowa State. From the DMR.

Michigan coach Borseth is wary of the early schedule. Here are four key players for the Wolverines. From the Ann Arbor News.

Philana Greene (Grandville, MI) is a factor at Hope. In fact Greene has two features today. From the Grand Rapids Press and the Holland Sentinel.

St. Norbert's is favored to win the Midwest Conference. From the Green Bay Press & Gazette.

Hillsdale beat Kalamazoo 90-37. Katie Cezat (Plymouth Canton, MI) had 24 points for Hillsdale.

Dakota Wesleyan beat Gustavus 59-47. Katie Layman (Hudson, WI) and Emily Nelson (Mankato Loyola) had 10 each for Gustavus.

Morningside beat Northwestern, IA 89-75. Autumn Bartel (Cherokee, IA) had 25 for Morningside. Becca Hurley (Des Moines East) had 28 for NW. From the Sioux City Journal.

Briar Cliff beat Waldorf 76-53. Jamee Phipps (South Sioux City, NE) had 21 for BC. Aubrey Draves (Andover, MN) and Megan Forster (Fairmont, MN) had 12 points each for Waldorf.

Riverland beat North Iowa 62-56. Anna Hebrink (Austin) had 30 points for Riverland. Nicole Eenhuis (Mason City) had 25 points for NI.
The Blue Devils split their opening weekend at Worthington. From the Austin Post Bulletin.

Lamar CC beat McCook CC 69-58. Alexa Ward had 17 for McCook. From the McCook Daily Gazette.

Will the men's 3 point line confuse teams? From the DMR.

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