Tuesday, November 04, 2008

Bingo, Foot Problems

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BIG 10: Badger coach Lisa Stone met the media yesterday. Alyssa Karel (Cretin-Derham Hall) plays BINGO.

Purdue is #23 in the polls.

Indiana faces Indianapolis today in an exhibition.

Minnesota will host the Subway Classic on November 22. American University will be one of the teams in the event with 6-4 Alisha Moritz of Crosby-Ironton on the roster. From the Brainerd Dispatch.

BIG EAST: Louisville beat ASGR All Stars 94-69 in an exhibition. Brandie Radde (Niles, MI) had 16 points for the Cardinals. Katie Alsdurf (Forest Lake & Minnesota) had 27 for ASGR.

HORIZON: Cleveland State hosts Lake Erie on Sunday in an exhibition.

MID AMERICAN: Buffalo's Rachel Matthys (St. Clair, MI) has foot problems. From the Port Huron Herald Times.

MISSOURI VALLEY: Northern Iowa's Erin Brocka (North Butler, IA) has two broken feet. From the Mason City Globe Gazette.

MOUNTAIN WEST: New Mexico faces the Melbourne Roos in an exhibition tonight.

SUMMIT: Here is more on the NDSU 67-52 win over Mary. From the Fargo Forum.

Northwood has their Midnight Madness on Thursday. Northwood has high expectations this year. From the Midland Daily News.

Northern State is young, quick and athletic. From the Aberdeen American News.

Dickinson State beat Montana Western 79-76 in overtime. Kia Herbel (New Town, ND) had 16 points for DSU. From the Dickinson Press.

Mount Marty beat Johnson & Wales 81-34 on Friday. Amber Marsden (Miller, SD) had 18 for MM. From the Yankton Press & Dakotan.

SD Tech beat Dordt 63-59. Bethany Holyoak (Moorcroft, WY) had 13 for SDT. Amber Soodsma had 20 for Dordt. From the Yankton Press & Dakotan.

Dakota Wesleyan was surprise last year, but not this year. DWU beat Clarke 89-55 and then Warner Southern 65-48 over the weekend. From the Mitchell Daily Republic.

William Penn JV beat North Iowa Area CC 70-60. Tiffany Braun had 21 points for NIACC. From the Mason City Globe Gazette.

In the AmericInn Tournament in Wahpeton last weekend Northeast CC of Nebraska beat NDSCS 80-65. Natalie Giese had 20 for the Wildcats. From the Wahpeton Daily News.

The men's 3 point line moved back this year. At North Dakota State Green is for women, Black for men. From the Fargo Forum.

Due to budget constraints the Brainerd Basketball Association is now running the basketball program for the schools. Before players could play in both. Now they need to pick one or the other. From the Brainerd Dispatch.

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