Tuesday, November 28, 2006

Opening Night

It's opening night for the Centennial portion of the 2006-07 men's basketball schedule. Four games are on the docket, including the 193rd meeting between Gettysburg and Franklin & Marshall. The Bullets lead the all-time series, 102-90, but the Diplomats have won 22 of 29 tilts since the formation of the CC. Dickinson travels to McDaniel for the 96th renewal of their long rivalry. Tonight is the 50th meeting between Haverford and Muhlenberg, while Johns Hopkins and Swarthmore meet for the 93rd time. Follow live play-by-play and stats ... or listen to the game ... by checking out our Gameday site. Or follow along here on our score blog.

9 comments:

mcdaniel_sid said...

At the half...

McDaniel 39, Dickinson 31

Steve Peed said...

Halftime at Mayser

Gettysburg 27
F&M 22

Gametracker on F&M sked page

Ryan Griswold said...

The late-night men's basketball game from Muhlenberg at the half:

Muhlenberg 34
Haverford 27

Chris Huber leads the Mules with 10 points, while Jimmie Riggins has 7.

Ray Brown leads the Fords with six points, despite only playing five minutes due to early foul trouble.

Key stat so far, field goal percentage. Muhlenberg is shooting 50% from the floor while the Fords have been held to 27.3%. Haverford is shooting 93.3% from the charity stripe (14-of-15).

Ryan Griswold said...

Also, live online stats from Muhlenberg are available at: http://www.muhlenberg.edu/sports/mbblive/xlive.htm

mcdaniel_sid said...

Final from Westminster:

McDaniel 75, Dickinson 58

SP said...

Final from Mayser

F&M 67
Gettysburg 48

Ryan Griswold said...

The Fords have pulled to within four points of Muhlenberg at 70-66 with 1:00 left in the second half. Haverford was down as many as 18 points early on in the second half.

Haverford is on pace to set a team free throw % record (min. 20 attempts) as the Fords have hit 25 of 26 attempts in the game (96.2%).

Ryan Griswold said...

Final from Muhlenberg:

Muhlenberg 77
Haverford 71

Mules were led by Chris Huber's 26 points on 9-15 shooting from the floor.

Ray Brown led the Fords with his second straight 20 point performance, tallying 21 points in the loss.

Fords shot 25-of-26 (96.2%) from the free throw line, making it their top free throw shooting effort in program history (min. 20 attempts). The previous record was set on 1/26/05 against Swarthmore when the team hit 26-of-28 (92.9%).

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