Friday, January 12, 2007

Saturday's Best

Muhlenberg at Johns Hopkins (Women's Basketball)
It's rare that these two elite CC teams both suffer defeats on the same night, but that's what happened on Thursday. The 19th ranked Mules (11-1, 6-1) look to bounce back and register their first-ever season sweep over the Blue Jays (7-5, 5-2).  Hopkins has won nine straight from 'Berg in Baltimore since losing the 1998 Centennial title game

Muhlenberg at Washington and Lee (Wrestling)
We'll find out how good the Generals (2-1, 1-0 CC) are when they play host to the Mules (0-1-1, 0-0) in Lexington. The day's top match could come at 133, as Muhlenberg's Billy Hall (11-4), ranked eighth nationally, takes on W&L's David Shubick (9-4).

9 comments:

Anonymous said...

I've just got a question. What happened to Jeff Stewart of Muhlenberg? Is he not playing anymore? He was on the d3hoops Pre Season All America Team. What happened?

Anonymous said...

WBB: F&M 26, Swarthmore 11 5:21 left in first half

Anonymous said...

WBB: F&M 42, Swarthmore 22 Halftime

Ryan Griswold said...

MBB at the Half

Haverford 33, Gettysburg 24

Haverford's Chaz Thomas leads all scorers wtih 14 points on 6-7 shooting (2-3 from 3 point range).

Dan Capkin leads the Bullets with 9 points.

Anonymous said...

WBB: F&M 48, Swarthmore 31 15:43 2nd half

Ryan Griswold said...

MBB Final

Gettysburg 65
Haverford 60

Bullets go on 16-0 run to overcome 13 point second half deficit.

Anonymous said...

WBB: F&M 71, Swarthmore 54 FINAL

F&M top performers - Brittany Braxton (17 pts and 11 rebounds); Sarah Meisenberg (13 points and four assists)

Swarthmore - Karen Berk (season-high 24 points and 13 rebounds), Lisa Schumacher (career-high 14 points)

Anonymous said...

MBB: F&M 42, Swarthmore 31 Halftime

DCSID said...

WBB Final: DC 66, Washington 44
MBB Final: DC 59, Washington 56