Saturday, February 11, 2006

A Saturday Showcase

Today showcases some of the best the Centennial Conference has to offer during the winter season with key contests in men's basketball, women's basketball and wrestling. All eyes in men's hoops will be focused on Collegeville as Johns Hopkins and Ursinus battle for first place and possible home court for the CC final four. Listen to the game on the Centennial Conference Basketball Network. Links for all the day's basketball action can be found on our Gameday site. The wrestling dual-meet title is on the line when Ursinus and McDaniel visit Muhlenberg. The Bears have won 20 consecutive Centennial matches and three straight Conference dual-meet crowns. It looks like the anticipated snowstorm along the East Coast will hold off until the afternoon's action is done (McDaniel-Muhlenberg doubleheader scheduled for tonight has been postponed until Sunday) ... so we hope you can make it to a Conference venue for action today. If not, keep up-to-date with the latest scores here on our blog.

33 comments:

Steve Ulrich said...

McDaniel and Muhlenberg have postponed their doubleheader for 24 hours due to the impending snowstorm. The games are tentatively set for 6 and 8 p.m. Sunday.

Halftime in Collegeville ...
WBB: Johns Hopkins 26, Ursinus 25

Steve Ulrich said...

update from Helfferich Hall ...
WBB: 1:39 left ... Johns Hopkins 52, Ursinus 50

Steve Ulrich said...

:17 left in Collegeville ...

Ursinus 53, Johns Hopkins 52
Kate McMahon FT gives Bears the lead. UC has outscored Blue Jays, 24-9, over the last 14:42

Steve Ulrich said...

FINAL from Helfferich Hall ...
WBB: Ursinus 53, Johns Hopkins 52
Blue Jays led 43-29 with 14:59 remaining. Bears outscore the visitors, 24-9, down the stretch.
(U) Mary Kate Daley 22 pts; Molly Guntli 10 pts, 12 reb
(JH) Katie Kimball 13 pts, Julie Miller 9 pts, 14 reb

Anonymous said...

WBB Final: Gettysburg 71, Swarthmore 57

Bullets - Bengal scores 34 points, highest total in CC this season. Marshall added 15 points and Reilly chipped in 14 points and six rebounds. Bullets shoot 57.8% from the field on the afternoon, including 65% in the second half.

Garnet - Led by Stevenson with 21 points and six rebounds while Farrelly chipped in 11 points and four steals.

Bullets limit Garnet center Berk to eight points on 4-of-9 shooting.

patcummings said...

Incredible game at Ursinus...we can only hope the men's is as good.

Steve Ulrich said...

Pat and Gordon ... great job on game 1. If game 2 is as good, our "ratings" may go through the roof. Thoughts on Muhlenberg-McDaniel Sunday?

Gordon Mann said...

Steve:

Agreed. The atmosphere should be great here for game two. Ursinus has a band, which I don't remember seeing before.

I'll email you off the board about Muhlenberg-McDaniel.

Jodom said...

Jennifer Bengel's 34 points in the Swarthmore game is a new career-high.

Anonymous said...

Any word on Dickinson/Bryn Mawr?

Steve Ulrich said...

at the half from Gooding Arena ...

MBB: Haverford 48, Dickinson 44

Steve Ulrich said...

at the half from Schwartz Gym ...

WBB: Dickinson 44, Bryn Mawr 20

live stats: http://www.brynmawr.edu/athletics/livestats/xlive.htm

sorry about that.

Phil T. said...

WBB Half: F&M 29, Washington 22

Anonymous said...

MBB HALFTIME
Dickinson 44
Haverford 48

Geosits, Keys (D) 9 points
Brown (H) 15 points, Polykoff 11

Fords 20-30 FGs, Devils 19-35

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

WBB Half:

Bryn Mawr 20
Dickinson 44

DC:
Julie Younes - 10 points, 4 rebounds

BMC:
Julia Harris - 9 points

Anonymous said...

MBB: Getttysburg 25, Swarthmore 21 Halftime

Wolf has 11 points to led the Garnet while Fromm has 10 points for the Bullets.

Anonymous said...

MBB: Gettysburg 46, Swarthmore 36 11:35 left in 2nd half

Gordon Mann said...

MBB Half:

Ursinus 41
JHU 30

Ursinus scores the first 8 of the game and has maintained that lead throughout.

UC: Shattuck 12 pts
JHU: Griffin 9 pts, 2 reb

Gettysburg Fan said...

any swat gettysburg updates since it was 46 - 36?

Anonymous said...

DC-64
Bryn Mawr-46

DC- Onkotz is the truth, 6 assists

Steve Ulrich said...

8:32 remaining at Helfferich Hall ...

MBB: Ursinus 67, Johns Hopkins 51

(U) Shattuck 18, McGarvey 13
(JH) Griffin 19, Valerio 15

Steve Ulrich said...

3:26 left at Gooding Arena ...

MBB: Haverford 87, Dickinson 71

(H) Elefterakis 28, Brown 24
(D) Geosits 14, Grell 13

Steve Ulrich said...

wrestling updates from Allentown ...

Ursinus 28, McDaniel 16
McDaniel 23, Muhlenberg 17
Muhlenberg 27, Washington and Lee 9

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

Women's Hoops Final:

Bryn Mawr 50, Dickinson 70

DC:
Julie Younes - 13 points, 11 rebounds
Ally Teatom - 12 points, 7 rebounds, 4 steals
Laura Houseal - 10 points, 5 assists

BMC:
Jessica Allen - 12 points, 9 rebounds
Julia Harris - 11 points, 2 steals
Amy Johnson - 10 points, 9 rebounds, 5 steals

Steve Ulrich said...

MBB FINAL:
Haverford 93, Dickinson 75

Anonymous said...

MBB FINAL
Dickinson 75
Haverford 91

Geosits (D) 16 points
Elefterakis (H) 28 points
Brown (H) 26 points

Steve Ulrich said...

it's a wrap at Bern Schwartz Gymnasium ...

WBB: Dickinson 70, Bryn Mawr 50

(D) Julie Younes 13, Ally Teatom 12
(B) Jessica Allen 12, Julia Harris 11

Phil T. said...

Women's Final: F&M 56, Washington 46

Steve Ulrich said...

it's a FINAL at the Cain Center ...

WBB: Franklin & Marshall 56, Washington College 46

(F) Dana Johns 23, Sarah Meisenberg 13
(W) LaToya Turner 13,Brianne Slizofski 11

Steve Ulrich said...

two more men's finals in the books ...

Ursinus 89, Johns Hopkins 65

Bears take sole possession of 1st place in the CC and hold tie-breaker over Blue Jays due to season sweep.

Gettysburg 67, Swarthmore 50

Steve Ulrich said...

wrestling final from the Island ...

Johns Hopkins 29, Stevens 15

Phil T. said...

MBB Half: Washington 32, F&M 25

Phil T. said...

MBB Final: Washington 74, F&M 64