Sunday, November 09, 2008

Wolverines Rally

#1 posting 11.9.2008
your daily dose of girls basketball news & information

Michigan beat Northwood 71-66. The Wolverines had to dig themselves out of a hole in the first half. Carly Benson (Carney-Nadeau, MI) had 15 points for Michigan. Courtney Boylan (Chaska) added 7 points for the Wolverines. Rachel Church (Midland Bullock Creek, MI) had 20 points for Northwood. From MLive.

UW Green Bay beat Winona State 90-52. The Phoenix looked sharp. Kayla Tetschlag (Sheboygan North, WI) had 20 points for UWGB. Jamie Majerowicz (Chicago Lane Tech) had 12 points for WSU. Ana Wurtz (Fond du Lac) had 11 also for WSU. From the Green Bay Press Gazette.

Creighton beat Central Missouri 78-56. The Omaha World Herald says there are some concerns however for the Bluejays. Megan Neuvirth had 20 points for the Bluejays. Michelle Kaus had 5 points for Creighton.

St. Cloud State beat St. Benedict 59-54. It was the first contest in the Lori Fish era. Rachel Booth (DeLaSalle) had 18 points for SCSU. Amy Stifter (Watertown-Mayer) had 11 points for St. Ben's. From the St. Cloud Times.

#1 Morningside beat Mount Mercy on Friday 85-73. Balance is a key for Mustangs. Autumn Bartel (Cherokee, IA) had 18 points for Morningside. Shanda Novak (Clear Creek-Amana, IA) had 20 points for MM. From the Sioux City Journal.

SC4 beat Lansing CC 61-58 in the Skipper Tip Off. Ashlee Williams (New Haven, MI) had 21 points for SC4. From the Port Huron Herald Times.

Megan Skouby is the key to the Iowa Hawkeye's success this season. From the Cedar Rapids Gazette.

Grand Forks Red River won the North Dakota A Tournament 20 years ago this week (ND played in the fall then). It is the only ND A championship for the city of Grand Forks. From the Grand Forks Herald--later in the column.

Next up: more exhibitions.