Wednesday, November 19, 2008

Jayhawks Walk Over Hawkeyes; Leidall 1000

#3 posting 11.19.2008
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Jackie Voigt (Park-Cottage Grove) is a rare freshman starter for Minnesota. From the StarTribune.

Kansas beat Iowa 76-55. The Daily Iowan blames shoddy defense and turnovers. Megan Skouby led the Hawkeyes with 33. Skouby did it all according to the Des Moines Register. Kelly Kohn (Adrian, MI) had 6 points for Kansas. Kamille Wahlin (Crookston) had 5 points for the Hawkeyes.

Ashley Arlen (Cascade, IA) shined in her debut with Iowa State. From the Dubuque Telegraph Herald.
Cyclone players have avoided Amanda Nisleit (Woodbury). From Go Cyclones.

Western Michigan's Miame Giden was "phenomonal" in her collegiate debut according to coach McDowell. From the Kalamazoo Gazette.

Mary's Sonny Schulz (Watford City, ND) has been named player of the week in the Northern Sun.

Megan Kusler (Aberdeen Central, SD) has been named captain at Northern State despite being a sophomore. Coach Fredrickson gives his views on the entire NSU roster. Northern State will play Presentation in a double header on Friday. From the Aberdeen American News.

Upper Iowa beat Waldorf 83-68. Britney Iredale (Riverside Robideaux, CA) had 31 for UIU. Kate Milbrant (Blue Earth) had 16 points for Waldorf. There are no gimmie games for the Warriors. From the Forest City Summit.

Hillsdale's Katie Cezat (Plymouth Canton, MI) was named GLIAC South player of the week.

SW MN State beat Mayville State 107-45. Sara Leidall (Rochester Century) scored her 1000th point for SW. Heidi Kimmes (Cannon Falls) had 18 points for SW. Lindsay Sannes (Wahpeton, ND) had 16 for MS.

Winona State beat Clarke 95-56. Ana Wurtz (Fond du Lac, WI) had 21 for WS. Mariah Bolin (Cumberland, IL) had 17 for Clarke.

UW Superior beat Bethany Lutheran 83-59. Bri Davis (Hermantown) had 15 for UWS. Lindsay Kahle (Sibley East) had 17 for BL.

UW River Falls beat Northwestern MN 63-43. Taylor House (Maple Grove) and Kelli Hilt (Lakeville North) each had 12 for UWRF. Katie DeWitt (Centennial) had 12 for NW.

Ripon beat UW Oshkosh 70-53. Emily Meyer (St. Mary's Central, WI) had 25 points for Ripon. Shelby Churchill (Sheboygan North, WI), Michelle Boeder (Oshkosh West, WI), Tiffany Pugh (Waterford, WI), and Kelsey Myklebust (Wisconsin Dells, WI) all had 8 points for the Titans. UWO coach Schumacher is frustrated. From the Oshkosh Northwestern.
Ripon has high hopes this year. From the Ripon College Days.

#1 UW Whitewater is looking for continued success this season. From the Royal Purple News.

Beloit will have depth this season thanks to an incoming freshman class. From the Beloit Daily News.

Hamline beat St. Olaf 80-62. Mary Wilkowski (Savannah St. Andrew's, GA) had 15 for the Pipers. Elyse Erickson (Orono) had 22 for St. O.

Northland beat Finlandia 81-63. Chelsea Lundgren (Crosby-Ironton) had 21 for Northland. Jodi Riutta (Houghton, MI) and Ally Tincknell (Negaunee, MI) had 20 for Finlandia.

UM Dearborn is 6-0. From the UM Dearborn Journal.

Jamestown beat UM Morris 74-64. Mara Paulson (Fargo Shanley) had 17 for Jamestown. Steph Roggenbuck (Osakis) had 16 for UMM. From the Jamestown Sun.

UW Manitowoc beat UW Marinette 70-64. Jena Ansorge (Manitowoc) had 21 points for Manitowoc. From the Manitowoc Herald Times Reporter.

Itasca beat Fergus Falls 55-48. Lexi Daniels (Northland) and Melissa Barbacovi (Bessemer, MI) had 14 points each for Itasca. Krista Shaikoski had 20 points for FF. From the Fergus Falls Daily Journal.

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