Saturday, December 02, 2006

Gameday

It's the first big Saturday of Centennial basketball action with key games around the Conference. You can follow live stats on four men's games and watch Gettysburg-Haverford on the web tonight. Check out the men's Gameday site for all the links. The women's side has four games with live stats, including the big Johns Hopkins-Muhlenberg clash in allentown. Get all the information at our women's Gameday location. You can always check back here on our score blog for updates as well.

33 comments:

Jacob M. said...

Wellesley 55 Bryn Mawr 54 Final
(Seven Sisters Tournament)

Ryan Griswold said...

WBB from Haverford...

With 13:22 remaining, Haverford leads St. Joseph (CT) 15-7.

This game is also being webcasted...a decision that was made by HC student-radio at the last minute.

Links for live stats and live video and audio webcast can be found at www.haverford.edu/athletics

Ryan Griswold said...

WBB at the half:

Haverford 31
St. Joseph (CT) 27

Haverford sophomore forward Brittany Lattisaw leads all scorers with 12 points on 6-8 shooting from the floor.

Anonymous said...

Gettysburg 36
Ursinus 30
11:18 2nd

Ryan Griswold said...

WBB Final

Haverford 54
St. Joseph (CT) 48

Anonymous said...

MBB from Swarthmore
with 11:30 remaining in the first half:
F&M 12
Swarthmore 11

Anonymous said...

WBB
Gettysburg 66
Ursinus 59
Final

Phil T. said...

Women's:

Dickinson 31, Washington 19 (HALF)

Turner - 13 points; Muller - 9 point

Anonymous said...

MBB from Swarthmore at the half:
F&M 28
Swarthmore 23

Anonymous said...

Men's halftime

Muhlenberg 29
Johns Hopkins 25

Anonymous said...

Men's basketball - halftime
McDaniel 36
Ursinus 33

Anonymous said...

MBB from Swarthmore with 12:18 remaining in the 2nd half:
F&M 41
Swarthmore 38

Anonymous said...

MBB 7:54 to go

Johns Hopkins 46
Muhlenberg 40

Anonymous said...

Swimming Final
Men- Dickinson 137, Ursinus 52
Women- Dickinson 143, Ursinus 58

Anonymous said...

MBB 3:31 left

Johns Hopkins 57
Muhlenberg 47

Anonymous said...

MBB at Swarthmore with 4:13 remaining in the game:
Swarthmore 58
F&M 47

Anonymous said...

MBB- Ursinus 68, McDaniel 68
going into overtime

Anonymous said...

MBB final

Johns Hopkins 62
Muhlenberg 56

Hopkins shot 58 percent in the second half.
Matt Griffin led the Blue Jays with 15 points and 11 rebounds.
Greg Pask scored a career-high 16 for the Mules.

Phil T. said...

Women's Final - Dickinson 66, Washington 55

Anonymous said...

MBB final: Swarthmore 73, F&M 64

Matt Kurman led the Garnet with 20 points, including four triples. Steve Wolf had 17, Ian McCormick 14.

Derek Hines led all scorers with 29 and grabbed 12 boards.

Anonymous said...

Final from Collegeville.
McDaniel 76, Ursinus 75 (OT)
Ryan Brandenburg leads four players in double figures for the Terror with 18. Nick Shattuck leads all scorers with 23 for the Bears.

Anonymous said...

MBB Final:
McDaniel 76
Ursinus 75 (OT)

Anonymous said...

WBB halftime

Johns Hopkins 31
Muhlenberg 30

Anonymous said...

sorry about that ... it was Muhlenberg 31-30 at the half

It is 37-32 Muhlenberg with 17:00 left

Anonymous said...

WBB 8:28 left

Muhlenberg 61
Johns Hopkins 40

Anonymous said...

WBB final

Muhlenberg 75
Johns Hopkins 58

Ryan Griswold said...

MBB

It's a shootout here at Haverford

At the half...

Gettysburg - 21
Haverford - 17

Haverford shooting 29.2% at the half, Gettysburg is shooting 35.0%.

Redd leads the Bullets with 9 points, four rebounds. Mike Fratangelo leads the Fords with 6 points.

Ryan Griswold said...

MBB

Going down to the wire at Haverford. With 2:25 to go, Gettysburg leads Haverford, 50-46.

Ryan Griswold said...

Haverford's Greg Rosnick hits a three at the buzzer as the Fords down the Bullets 53-52!

Big win for the Fords!!!

Ryan Griswold said...

Sunday morning women's basketball Seven Sisters update from Haverford:

Bryn Mawr - 58
St. Joseph (CT) - 40

With 3:00 left in the first half:

Wellesley 26
Haverford 20

Ryan Griswold said...

WBB Final from 7 Sisters Tournament:

Wellesley - 70
Haverford - 61

The Blue shot 50% from the field in the game. The Fords were led by Brittany Lattisaw's 18 points and nine rebounds.

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Freudian Slip said...

That was a good game. What a great season this has been :)
Matt