Saturday, November 08, 2008

NW Opens McKeown Era with a Win

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Northwestern beat UW Parkside 74-34 to usher in the McKeown era. Savannah Stedman (Ortonville Brandon, MI) had 4 points for NW. Kate Weglein (Lomira, WI) had 7 points for UWP.

Holy Family beat Buffalo 65-57. Beth Christensen (Owatonna) had four points for Buffalo. Ephesia Holmes (Mpls South) played and did not score for Buffalo.

OGBL beat Cincinnati beat 60-54. Val Schuster (Wausau Newman) and Katie Bushman (Phillips, WI) had 7 and 0 points each for the Bearcats.

DePaul beat Chicago 107-51. Courtney Webb (Benton Harbor, MI) had 11 points for DePaul.

Kansas State beat Emporia State 89-57. Jenny Gilbertson (Winona Cotter) had 9 points for K State.

Missouri beat SW Baptist 80-50. Toy Richbow (Detroit Pershing) had 2 points for the Tigers.

Vanderbilt beat Love & Basketball 83-74. Amy Malo (Fairmont) had 2 points for Vandy.

Colorado State beat Colorado Christian 59-58. Kandy Beemer (Bedford, IA) had 16 points for CSU. Jodie Krall (Solon, IA) had 14 for CC.

Ohio beat Ohio Valley 91-45. Jenny Poff (St. Johns, MI) had 5 points for the Bobcats.

USA Today has previews of all 31 D1 conferences.

BIG 10
Minnesota hosts MSU Moorhead on Sunday at 2 pm.

Michigan State's Alyssa DeHaan (Grandville, MI) is on the preseason Wooden Award list.

BIG EAST: Marquette's Krystal Ellis has her own site to promote her for All American.

NORTHEAST: Sacred Heart is picked for 3rd in the Northeast Conference.

Upper Iowa is picked for 14th for the Northern Sun.

Concordia St. Paul beat Central Washington 67-47 in the Disneyland Tip Off. Jamie Jones (Irondale) had 17 points for CSP.

UM Duluth beat St. Ambrose 62-45. Jacquie Hartman (St. Cloud Apollo) had 19 points for UMD.

Next up: when news breaks or tomorrow, which ever comes first