Wednesday, February 08, 2006

Hoops Tonight 2/8

If it were a horse race ... we'd be entering the home turn. Instead, this is basketball and we have just four games remaining in the Centennial regular season. The big game tonight features Ursinus (16-5, 12-2 CC), tied for first place with Johns Hopkins (16-4, 12-2), traveling to the Battlefield to meet third-place Gettysburg (13-8, 9-5). Unfortunately, the game will not have radio coverage ... so keep it here for updates throughout the night.

Johns Hopkins (16-4, 12-2) travels to Carroll County to take on McDaniel (8-13, 6-8). The Blue Jays cannot be caught looking ahead to Ursinus on Saturday, as the Green Terror is in a three-way tie for the fifth and final playoff berth. Listen to the action on WTTR-AM. Washington (10-11, 8-6) crosses the Mason-Dixon line to take on Haverford (8-12, 6-8). The Shoremen also chasing Gettysburg for third place and a bye in the first round of the CC playoffs, while the Fords are part of that three-way deadlock for fifth place. WHRCradio.com will bring you all the action tonight from Gooding Arena. Can you name the last time Dickinson swept Franklin & Marshall in a season series? I'll give you a moment ... time's up ... 1997. The Red Devils are not officially out of the CC race ... but they can play spoiler by knocking off the Diplomats (10-11, 5-9) for the second time this season. Listen to the action on WDCV-FM. The other team in the three-way tie at 6-8 is Muhlenberg, who travels to Swarthmore to take on the Garnet tonight. You can also get live stats at our Gameday site.

23 comments:

Luke Stillson said...

McDaniel 30
Hopkins 38


halftime

Anonymous said...

MBB Halftime: Muhlenberg 51, Swarthmore 18

Stewart - 14 points
Scott - 15 points, 10 rebounds

Mules - 61.8% from the field, 8-12 from 3pt.

Ryan Griswold said...

MBB from Haverford:

Washington 46
Haverford 48

15:16 remaining in the second half.

Anonymous said...

What's wrong with Gettysburg's Live Stats? They've been out for weeks! A little short on money??

Steve Ulrich said...

Updates ...

15:25 left: Hopkins 45, McDaniel 38
Half: Franklin & Marshall 33, Dickinson 32
11:30 left: Haverford 57, Washington 50

Anonymous said...

MBB

Gettysburg 10
Ursinus 24

11:32 1st

Ursinus: 9-of-12 FG

DCSID said...

MBB Halftime:
F&M 33
Dickinson 32

Anonymous said...

Please do not blame Gettysburg for not having live stats for tonight's game against Ursinus. It is apparent that they are still living during the civil war era.

Ryan Griswold said...

From Haverford:

Washington 70
Haverford 72

4:06 remaining.

Joey Breslin for Washington has a Gooding Arena record 32 points.

Steve Ulrich said...

4:32 remaining in Westminster:
Johns Hopkins 72, McDaniel 62

12:38 left in Carlisle:
Dickinson 44, Franklin & Marshall 44

:55 left in Haverford:
Haverford 79, Washington 75

Anonymous said...

MBB

Gettysburg 32
Ursinus 47

Half

UC: 63.3% FG, Shattuck 16 pts., McGarvey 9 assists

GC: Spadafora 11 pts., 3-for-3 3-pointers

Steve Ulrich said...

FINAL from Gooding Arena:
Haverford 85, Washington 75
(H) Howland 20, Elefterakis 20
(W) Breslin 32

:26 left at Gill Center:
Johns Hopkins 79, McDaniel 74

7:19 left at Kline Center:
Dickinson 55, Franklin & Marshall 54

Luke Stillson said...

McDaniel 77
Hopkins 82


final

Steve Ulrich said...

four players in double figures for JHU led by Matt Griffin and Danny Nawrocki with 14. Will Talesnick leads McDaniel with 23.

Anonymous said...

MBB

Gettysburg 40
Ursinus 52

15:21 2nd

Anonymous said...

MBB

Gettysburg 47
Ursinus 67

8:50 2nd

Anonymous said...

MBB Final:

Muhlenberg 95, Swarthmore 43

Mules: Scott 23 points, Stewart 14 points - nine rebounds

Mules hit school-record 14 three-pointers.

Steve Ulrich said...

FINAL from Carlisle:
Franklin & Marshall 70, Dickinson 69
(F) Brandon Smith 23, Bryan Teschke 21
(D) Brad Litchfield 26

Devils' Travis Doll misses front end of 1and-1 with :04 left.

Anonymous said...

MEN’S BASKETBALL Muhlenberg 95, Swarthmore 43. Junior Tom Scott had a season-high 23 points and a career-high 11 rebounds as the Muhlenberg men’s basketball team (12-10, 7-8) earned its first Centennial Conference road victory of the season, 95-43, at Swarthmore.

Anonymous said...

Gettysburg 60
Ursinus 83

4:10 2nd

Anonymous said...

Doll also should have been given the bucket, not a 1-and-1. Just want to credit a strong play on his part as well.

Steve Ulrich said...

the radio broadcast did mention that Doll scored on the layup ... but the foul was called on the floor. give credit where it is due. sorry about any confusion.

Anonymous said...

Gettysburg 66
Ursinus 91

Final