Saturday, November 01, 2008

Exhibitions Open, Teammates to Rivals, New Eras

#2 posting 11.1.2008
your daily dose of girls basketball news & information

Nebraska beat Chadron State 102-30. Cory Montgomery (Cannon Falls) had 13 points for the Huskers as did Dominque Kelley (Lincoln Northeast). Alyssa Lyman (Campbell County, WY) had 13 points for CS.

Ohio beat OGBM 69-61 in overtime. Jenny Poff (St. Johns, MI) had 30 points for Ohio.

Colorado State beat Adams State 59-58. Kandy Beemer (Bedford, IA) had 6 for the Rams.

Alaska Anchorage beat Columbus State 53-39 in Orlando. Rebecca Kielpinski (Mandan, ND) had 16 points and 14 rebounds.

Hastings beat Jamestown 55-50 in the Tyson Classic in Sioux City. Kay Broekemeier (Central City, NE) had 15 points for Hastings. Kellie Schuneman (Centennial) had 16 for Jamestown. From the Jamestown Sun.

Former Elgin-Millville players Katie Ohm (Minnesota) and sisters Candace and Kali Olstad (Concordia St. Paul) will face each other Sunday. From the Rochester Post Bulletin.

Sarah Ingison (Concordia Roseville) has taken a leave of absence from the Wisconsin Badgers.

Danielle Beaudoin of Escanaba, MI is out for the year due to an ACL injury. She injured her knee in the powder puff football game. From the Escanaba Daily Press.

BIG 10: Michigan State holds their Green & White scrimmage on Sunday.

BIG 12: Freshmen will run the show at Iowa State. One of the freshmen is Alexis Yackley (Sully Buttes, SD).

BIG EAST: Marquette plays Winona State today at 2 pm.

MID AMERICAN: Western Michigan takes on Davenport Sunday. Ohio is picked for 3rd in the East.

MISSOURI VALLEY: Northern Iowa is planning on contending for the title this year. From the Waterloo Cedar Falls Courier.
Drake starts their exhibition season today vs Quincy ready or not. From the Des Moines Register.

SUMMIT: There is a new era beginning at North Dakota State. The 30 year Ruley era is over. The DeHoff era starts.
Western Illinois hosts Culver-Stockton.

GLIAC: Grand Valley State is looking to reload, no rebuild. From the Grand Haven Tribune.

Wayne State, Michigan is ranked 4th in the GLIAC South.

Lawrence hopes to improve on last year's 4-19 mark and is previewed in the Lawrentian, the campus paper.

The Aaron Jennings era is about to begin at Mount Mercy. From the Cedar Rapids Gazette.

Rochester is #1 in the country at the NJCAA D3 level. From the Rochester Post Bulletin.

Riverland CC hopes to build on last year's success. From the Austin Post Bulletin.

Southeastern IA CC is hosting a tournament this weekend. From the Burlington Hawk Eye.

Marshalltown CC is one of the teams at the Southeastern IA CC tournament. From the Marshalltown Times Republican.

McCook CC hold a tournament of their own this weekend. From the McCook Daily Gazette.

Ancilla College, MI is looking to add to the 13-15 season from last year, their best finish ever. From the Niles Star.

Drake's Jill Martin had a pair of double digit performances for her DCU Mercy team in Ireland.

For d1 players
Dominique Kelley, (Lincoln Northeast) 13
Nikki Bober, Nebraska (Elmwood-Murdock) 11
Yvonne Turner, Nebraska (Bellevue East) 9

Jenny Poff, Ohio (St. Johns) 30 vs OGBM

Cory Montgomery, Nebraska (Cannon Falls) 13 vs Chadron State

Kandy Beemer, Colorado State (Bedford) 6 vs Adams State
Kala Kuhlmann, Nebraska (Charter Oak-Ute) 5 vs Chadron State

Next up: tomorrow