Sunday, November 02, 2008

Badger Leaders, Hope, Exhibitions Galore

#2 posting 11.2.2008
your daily dose of girls basketball news & information

Minnesota takes on Concordia St. Paul in an exhibition at 2 pm. The game features three Elgin-Millville players: Katie Ohm for the Gophers and Candace and Kali Olstad for CSP. From the StarTribune.

The Wisconsin Badgers will have new leadership this season. From the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.

There is still hope at #23 (D3) Hope. From the Grand Rapids Press.

Drake beat Quincy 67-62. Lauren Dybing (St. Croix Lutheran) had 23 points for the Bulldogs. From the Des Moines Register.

Indiana beat Southern Indiana 93-49. Haylie Linn (Madison Edgewood) had 16 points for Indiana.

Missouri State beat Southwestern Oklahoma State 89-37. Maggie Dwyer (Grand Haven) had 15 points for MS.

Marquette beat Winona State 78-53. Krystal Ellis (Racine St. Catherine) and Angel Robinson (St. Paul Central) had 11 points for Marquette. Natalie Gigler (Champlin Park) had 22 points for WS.

Indiana State beat Indianapolis 70-63. Sarah Paul (Elkhorn, WI) had 1 point for ISU.

IPFW beat Indiana Tech 60-45. Chelsey Jackson (Flint Central) had 10 points for IPFW.

Arkansas State beat Arkansas Monticello 72-57. Kayla Pospisil (Linn-Mar, IA) had 1 points for ASU.

San Jose State beat Sonoma State 66-55. Natalie White (Dubuque Senior) had 20 points for SJS.

Boise State beat Lewis & Clark 67-55. Sierra Moeller (Pierre) had 2 points for BSU.

Silver beat Cherry in the New Mexico scrimmage Saturday. Amy Beggin (Roseville) had 19 points for Silver.

Alaska Anchorage beat Bentley 46-43. Rebecca Kielpinski (Mandan, ND) had 10 points for AA.

#13 Minot State beat Briar Cliff 74-65. MacKenzie Mack (Scranton, ND) had 22 points for MS. Megan Salcedo (Omaha Marian) had 10 points for BC. From the Sioux City Journal.

Southeastern IA CC edged Florissant Valley 65-64. Brittany Brown (Milwaukee King) had 19 points for Southeastern. From the Burlington Hawk Eye.

St. Clair County CC beat Fanshawe College 61-57. Chanahl Putnam (Almont, MI) and Jessica Stevenson (Anchor Bay, MI) had 10 points each for SC4.

Former East Grand Rapids, MI coach Dan Graham was killed in a car accident in Ohio on Friday. From the Grand Rapids Press.

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