Tuesday, November 25, 2008

Penn State Falls, 2 More Schools Signees

#4 posting 11.25.2008
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BIG 10
Pittsburgh beat Penn State 80-59. Janessa Wolff (Park Rapids) had 8 points for PSU.

Michigan State is #24 in the latest poll.

Chicago State beat Akron 65-54. Jasmin Dixon (Detroit King) had 17 points for CS.

Nebraska beat Denver 76-55. Cory Montgomery (Cannon Falls) had 20 points for Nebraska. Ashly Robinson (Bloomington Kennedy) had 10 points for Denver.

Chicago Loyola beat Robert Morris 81-63. Lindsey Sebetic (Kenosha Tremper) had 2 points for CL.

Eastern Michigan beat Siena 68-54. Tavelyn James (Detroit Mumford) had 25 points for EM.

South Dakota beat Mount Marty 79-48. Bridget Yoerger (Hinton, IA) had 26 points for USD. Michelle Amundson (Dell Rapids, SD) had 16 for MM.
The Coyotes are learning from grad assistant Mandy Koupal.
The Coyotes are finding their identity. From the Volante the USD paper.
Mount Marty was outgunned says the Yankton Press & Dakotan.

Should South Dakota State be in a power conference? The Jackrabbits are 4-0. From the Sioux Falls Argus Leader.

Virginia beat Colorado 77-43. Kelly Mullaney (Breck) led Colorado with 10 points.

Campbell beat Charleston Southern 90-81. Lauren Yesh (Evart, MI) had 13 points for Campbell.

Memphis beat Ohio 72-69. Jenny Poff (St. Johns, MI) had 20 points for Ohio.

South Carolina beat Davidson 68-47. Monica Laune (Ashland-Greenwood, NE) had 2 points for Davidson.

Northern Arizona beat Santa Clara 68-51. Katie Schafer (Devils Lake, ND) had 6 points for NA. Claire Goins (Sioux City Heelan) had 9 points for SC.

Sacred Heart has signed 2 players
5-9 guard Kiley Evans of Cazenovia, NY
5-10 guard Amie Toner of Windham, CT

St. Joseph's has signed 3 players
guard Ashley Prim of Kolbe Cathedral, CT
6-2 forward Ashley Robinson of Archbishop Wood, PA
5-8 guard Shelby Smith of Waterloo West, IA

Brittany Peterson of Spencer, Iowa has committed to North Dakota. This was reported earlier. Here is the Grand Forks Herald's report.

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