Saturday, January 28, 2006

A Full Saturday Slate

It is a busy Saturday across the Centennial Conference with key contests on the basketball court, in the swimming pool, and on the wrestling mat. Gettysburg and Muhlenberg play important roundball games with playoff implications at Bream Gym and Memorial Hall. Dickinson and Franklin & Marshall duel for first place in the pool in Lancaster, while Muhlenberg and Ursinus take on newcomers Kings Point and Stevens on the mat.

The Centennial Conference Basketball Network is live at Helfferich Hall in Collegeville for the F&M-Ursinus doubleheader. Follow all the day's hoop action via our Men's and Women's Gameday links. Keep everyone up-to-date on the latest scores by contributing to our "Score blog" like our hard-working SIDs. Hope you enjoy what promises to be an exciting day of Centennial competition.

32 comments:

Anonymous said...

WBB Half: F&M 28, Ursinus 27

Zachary Pretzer, Assistant A.D. said...

WBB Half: Bryn Mawr 29, Washington 34

Anonymous said...

WBB Final: Ursinus 60, F&M 58
Mary Kate Daley made game-winning layup with eight seconds left

Phil T. said...

MBB Half: Hopkins 45, Washington 37

Anonymous said...

WBB HALFTIME
McDaniel 35
Haverford 32

Powell, Biggs (McD) 8 points each
Scattergood (H) 9 points

DCSID said...

MBB at Halfrtime
Dickinson 48, Swarthmore 25

Red Devils hit 8 three-pointers in 1st half.

Anonymous said...

WBB halftime

Muhlenberg 22
Gettysburg 20

Anonymous said...

JHU scored 1st eight of second half .. up 64-49 with 11 minutes to go.

Anonymous said...

updates from around the Conference:

5:39 left ... Dickinson 72, Swarthmore 51
(D) Brad Litchfield 14, Mike Geosits 13
(S) Steve Wolf 10

4:23 left ... Johns Hopkins 75, Washington 67
(JH)Matt Griffin 17, Danny Nawrocki 16
(W) Kyle Stem 19, Jonathan Webb 19

7:50 left in half ... Ursinus 22, F&M 18

17:33 left ... McDaniel women 43, Haverford 32
(M) Katy Powell 10
(H) Abby Scattergood 9

FINAL ... Washington women 60, Bryn Mawr 54
(W) Irene Pastorino 13, Brenda Lucas 11 pts, 11 reb
(B) Amy Johnson 18

Anonymous said...

FINAL ... Muhlenberg women 52, Gettysburg 38

Anonymous said...

MBB

Gettysburg 28
Muhlenberg 23

Half

GC: Whelan 10 pts
MC: Stewart 13 pts

Anonymous said...

FINAL ... McDaniel women 90, Haverford 61

Anonymous said...

WBB FINAL
McDaniel 90
Haverford 61

Hess, Powell (McD) 14 points each
Scattergood (H) 14 points

Terror shoots 68% from field, outscores Fords, 55-29, in second half

Anonymous said...

MBB Half: Ursinus 37, F&M 28

Steve Ulrich said...

Wrestling Updates...

Muhlenberg 24, Stevens 20
Ursinus 31, Stevens 15
Stevens 25, Kings Point 25

Zachary Pretzer, Assistant A.D. said...

WBB Final:

Bryn Mawr 54
Washington 60

Steve Ulrich said...

FINAL ... Johns Hopkins 85, Washington 81

Steve Ulrich said...

more wrestling ...

Ursinus 34, Kings Point 6
Muhlenberg 34, Kings Point 9

Muhlenberg double winners ... Billy Hall (133) and Dale Mills (157). Matt Loesch wins one and gets a forfeit.

Ursinus double winners ... Eddie Murray (133), Mike Troutman (184), Kyle Capella (197, 285). Steve Kingsland (125) wins one and gets a forfeit.

DCSID said...

MBB Final:
Dickinson 79, Swarthmore 62

Steve Ulrich said...

MBB Halftime:
Ursinus 37, Franklin & Marshall 28

Steve Ulrich said...

MBB: 10:47 minutes left
Ursinus 53, Franklin & Marshall 37
(U) McGarvey 17 pts, 5 triples

MBB: 13:45 left, 1st half
McDaniel 12, Haverford 11

WBB: 12:16 left, 1st half
Dickinson 9, Swarthmore 7

Steve Ulrich said...

from the pool in Collegeville ...

Women: Washington 130, Ursinus 72
Men: Washington 126, Ursinus 50

Anonymous said...

MBB Final

Gettysburg 58, Muhlenberg 52

Jeff Stewart leads Muhlenberg with 26...Matt Whelan and Mike Spadafora lead Gettysburg with 15 points each.

DCSID said...

WBB Halftime:
Dickinson 24, Swarthmore 17

Anonymous said...

MBB HALFTIME
McDaniel 26
Haverford 41

Wilson (McD) 7 points
Elefterakis (H) 9 points

Anonymous said...

MBB Final: Ursinus 75, F&M 59

DCSID said...

WBB Final:
Dickinson 66, Swarthmore 53
Laura Houseal led DC with 17 points, 10 rebounds and four steals.

Karen Berk tallied 20 points and 12 rebounds for Swarthmore.

Anonymous said...

MBB FINAL
McDaniel 58
Haverford 86

Arrington, Wilson (McD) 10 points each
Elefterakis (H) 18 points on 6-of-10 three-point shooting

Anonymous said...

What is the criteria for electing the player of the week and the other outstanding player? I appreciate the feedback Thanks

Anonymous said...

I noticed that the Centennial Conference reports players leading in assists however it seems meaningless at best without mentioning turnovers.

Steve Ulrich said...

The Player of the Week selections are made from nominations from our member schools. There are a number of factors that go into the selection - how a team does on a given week ... how the player performs ... points, rebounds, assists, etc. ... shooting percentages ... we don't focus on just one aspect of a player's performance.

That may not have answered the question ... but a lot goes into the thought process.

Steve Ulrich said...

In regards to the comment re: assists vs. turnovers ... we made the decision not to list every available statistic on our weekly reports during the 2005-06 year. More stats are available on the website, such as assist-turnover ratio ... offensive or defensive rebounds ... team 3-pt FG percentage ... etc. Thanks for the question.