Friday, January 26, 2007

Super Saturday

Haverford at McDaniel (Men's Basketball)
The Fords (7-10, 6-5) travel to Westminster to take on the Green Terror (8-7, 5-4) looking to extend their winning streak over McDaniel to five games. Haverford won the first meeting of the year back on Jan. 6 by a 60-56 count.

Ursinus at Franklin & Marshall (Men's Basketball)
The Bears (11-6, 8-2) visit Lancaster looking for their fifth consecutive win over the Diplomats (7-11, 6-5) - something no Centennial team has done since the inception of the Conference in 1994.

Muhlenberg at Gettysburg (Women's Basketball)
The Mules (14-3, 9-3) visit the Battlefield to take on the Bullets (11-7, 8-3) in a pivotal game for both teams' playoff chances. This is the only meeting between the two teams this season.

Franklin & Marshall at Dickinson (Men's Swimming)
It's always interesting when these two rivals meet in the pool as they do for the 89th time since 1947 on Saturday. The Red Devils (6-0, 3-0) went undefeated in CC dual-meet competition in 2004 and look to keep their streak alive against the Diplomats (3-5, 3-1), Centennial champs in 2004 and 2005,

Swarthmore at Gettysburg (Women's Swimming)
A pair of CC unbeatens clash Saturday as the Garnet (5-2, 4-0) visits the Bullets (5-1, 4-0). Keep an eye on two events that may set the tone for the meet - the breaststroke between Gettysburg's Cali Nelson and Swarthmore's Janice Yeo, and the sprint freestyle between the Bullets' Demery Close and the Garnet's Sarah Cotcamp.

Merchant Marine, Muhlenberg at Ursinus (Wrestling)
At the end of the day, there will only be one ... maybe ... unbeaten team left in the Conference, that is, as the Mariners (3-7, 3-0) take on the Mules (2-2-1, 2-0) and the Bears (9-0, 2-0) in Collegeville. Ursinus is ranked 30th in Division III in the latest coaches rankings. Muhlenberg's Matt Loesch is ranked fifth at 197, while teammate Billy Hall is eighth at 133. Merchant Marine rookie Eric Vincent is 8-1 at 197. Ursinus and Muhlenberg will not meet each other, as their dual match is scheduled on Jan. 31.


Anonymous said...

WBB (Halftime)
Muhlenberg 32
at Gettysburg 23

Ryan Griswold said...


1509 Left in the 2nd half

McDaniel 41
Haverford 40

Anonymous said...

WBB: Dickinson 19, Swarthmore 16 9:45 left in first half

Swarthmore's Karen Berk scored her 1,000th career point with a short jumper on the left block at 11:43

Anonymous said...

WBB: Dickinson 28, Swarthmore 25 4:01 left in first half.

Ryan Griswold said...

WBB Final

McDaniel 69
Haverford 60

McDaniel's Katie Powell game-high 18 points.

Haverford's Brittany Lattisaw records third straight double-digit point and rebound performance with 16 points and game-high 12 rebounds.

Phil T. said...

WBB Half - Washington 44, Bryn Mawr 21

Anonymous said...

Dickinson 33
Swarthmore 27

Karen Berk (SWAT) leads all scorers with 16 and scored her 1000th career point with 11:43 left in the half.

Anonymous said...

WBB (Final)
Muhlenberg 62
at Gettysburg 55

Anonymous said...

MBB final

Muhlenberg 82
Gettysburg 71

(junior varsity)

Anonymous said...

WBB: Dickinson 56, Swarthmore 41 10:13 left

Anonymous said...

MBB 4:42 left in half

Muhlenberg 24
Gettysburg 19

Anonymous said...

MBB halftime

Muhlenberg 26
Gettysburg 23

Dan Capkin has 14 of G'burg's 23 points

Ryan Griswold said...

MBB at the half:

McDaniel 30
Haverford 30

Ray Brown & Greg Rosnick lead all scorers with 10 points each for Haverford.

Brian Foelber has eight points for McDaniel.

Anonymous said...

WBB: Dickinson 79, Swarthmore 58 FINAL

Devils: Ally Teatom led with 29 points and 9 rebounds while Piper Etess added 15 points and 7 boards.

Swarthmore- Karen Berk led with 20 points and 9 rebounds while Melissa Grigsby added 17 and Pamela Costello chipped in 16 points.

Berk scored 1,000th point at the 11:43 mark in first half.

Anonymous said...

MBB 6:24 left

Muhlenberg 48
Gettysburg 41

Anonymous said...

MBB 2:48 left

Muhlenberg 50
Gettysburg 48

Anonymous said...

MBB: Swarthmore 13, Dickinson 8 11:31 left in first half.

Anonymous said...

MBB end of regulation

Muhlenberg 55
Gettysburg 55

Phil T. said...

MBB Half - Hopkins 39, Washington 30

Ryan Griswold said...

MBB Final

Haverford 67
McDaniel 63

McDaniel's Ryan Brandenberg scores career-high 29 points.

Ray Brown led the Fords with 21 points and seven rebounds.

Fords shoot 66.7% (26-39) from the floor in the game, breaking a program record.

Anonymous said...

MBB 42.3 seconds left in OT

Gettysburg 65
Muhlenberg 61

G'burg at FT line for 1-and-1

Anonymous said...

MBB final in OT

Gettysburg 71
Muhlenberg 64

Anonymous said...


Swarthmore 24
Dickinson 20

Steve Wolf leads the way for the Garnet with 9 points and 7 rebounds.

Anonymous said...

MBB: Swarthmore 44, Dickinson 37 8:53 left in game

Anonymous said...

MBB: Swarthmore 66, Dickinson 60 FINAL

Swarthmore led by Steve Wolf (21 points) and Ian McCormick (16 points and 10 rebounds).

Dickinson paced by Tom Leszcyznski with 21 points while Kizmahr Grell added 13 points.