Friday, March 03, 2006

NCAA Women's Basketball - 1st Round

Centennial Conference champion Muhlenberg battles Wesleyan of the NESCAC this afternoon in the first round of the NCAA Division III women's basketball championship tournament. You can listen to the game courtesy of WMUH-FM or get real-time updates below.

15 comments:

Steve Ulrich said...

halftime: Wesleyan 27, Muhlenberg 22

Steve Ulrich said...

Wesleyan shooting 12-of-28 from field (42.9)
Muhlenberg shooting 9-of-27 from floor (33.3)
14 turnovers for the Mules, including four team shot-clock violations, to just seven turnovers for the Cardinals.

Steve Ulrich said...

14:40 left ...
Wesleyan 31, Muhlenberg 28

Steve Ulrich said...

10:38 remaining ...
Wesleyan 35, Muhlenberg 31

Steve Ulrich said...

7:56 remaining in the second half
Wesleyan 39, Muhlenberg 34

Steve Ulrich said...

6:52 left ...
Wesleyan 44-36

Steve Ulrich said...

4:39 remaining ...
Wesleyan 46-43

Steve Ulrich said...

3:00 left in the 2nd half ...
Muhlenberg 47, Wesleyan 46
Meghan Courtney jumper, Lauren Boyle lay-up

Steve Ulrich said...

Piscadlo scores to make it 49-46 ... timeout Wesleyan ... Mules on a 10-0 run ... 2:43 left ... Cardinals trailed Bowdoin, ranked sixth nationally, just 48-46 with 7 1/2 to play in last weekend's NESCAC semis ... ended up losing 61-46.

Steve Ulrich said...

2:30 remaining ...
Muhlenberg 51-46
Meghan Courtney knocks down two FT

Steve Ulrich said...

Ashley Mastrangelo goes to line for Cardinals ... makes 1 of 2 ... she has 15 ... Mules lead 51-47 ... 2 to play

Steve Ulrich said...

Lacie Smith lay-up ... 1:33 to play ... Mules lead 53-47 ... Forney drains 3 for Wesleyan ... 1:15 left

Steve Ulrich said...

FINAL: Muhlenberg 57, Wesleyan 50
Mules outscore Cardinals, 23-11, over the final eight minutes.

Steve Ulrich said...

15th ranked Mules win 11th straight game to improve to 26-2 ... meet winner of Mary Washington-TCNJ game that starts at 8 p.m. Props to WMUH-FM.

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