Thursday, February 15, 2007

"Must-Win" Night

Franklin & Marshall at McDaniel (Men's Basketball)
There will be a playoff atmosphere at Gill Gym tonight when the Diplomats (8-15, 7-9) and the Green Terror (10-13, 7-9) play in what may amount to an elimination game. The winner keeps its playoff chances alive, while the loser goes to the brink of elimination. F&M has won 18 straight games in the series since a 74-68 loss in Westminster in 1998.

Washington at Swarthmore (Men's Basketball)
The Garnet (10-13, 7-9) welcomes the Shoremen (3-19, 2-14) to Tarble Pavilion for Senior Night. Swarthmore is one of four teams tied for the fifth and final playoff berth in the Conference and cannot afford a loss. The two teams have split the last four contests with no game being decided by more than five points.

Dickinson at Muhlenberg (Men's Basketball)
The Mules (8-14, 7-9) take on the Red Devils (7-15, 5-11) in a game that has playoff implications for 'Berg. Muhlenberg needs a victory to keep its playoff hopes alive as the Cardinal and Grey is in a four-way tie for the fifth and final playoff berth in the Centennial. The Mules have won three straight from Dickinson at Memorial Hall, but the Devils tied the all-time series at 36-36 with a 69-50 win in January.

34 comments:

Anonymous said...

WBB: Swarthmore 10. Washinton 12. 12 minutes remaining in the first half.

Anonymous said...

WBB: Swarthmore 10. Washington 12. 12 minutes left in the first half.

Anonymous said...

Washington 28, Swarthmore 21 with 6 minutes left in the first half.

Anonymous said...

MBB:

Franklin & Marshall 39
McDaniel 32

Anonymous said...

MBB:
F&M 39
McDaniel 33

Half

Anonymous said...

WBB: At the half Washington leads Swarthmore 38-33.

Leading Scorers at the half:
Berk(Swat) 17pts
Turner(WC) 12pts

Ryan Griswold said...

There will be a live webcast for tonight's Haverford/Ursinus women's game.
The link is:
http://stream.haverford.edu:8080/ramgen/broadcast/live.rm

You will need Real Player to view the webcast.

Steve Ulrich said...

I guess that there are Live Stats issues at McDaniel tonight or is it just us here at the home office. :<)

Ryan Griswold said...

Problems on my end too, Steve.

Anonymous said...

WBB: With 12 minutes remaining in the second half, Washington leads Swarthmore 53-45.

Anonymous said...

WBB: With 6 minutes remaining, Washington Leads Swarthmore 62-53.

Anonymous said...

McDaniel 66
F&M 64
1:35

Anonymous said...

McDaniel 72
F&M 70

18.4 seconds

Ryan Griswold said...

WBB at the half:

The scoreboard says...
Ursinus 27
Haverford 23

Anonymous said...

WBB: Final score, Wasington 74, Swarthmore 62.

Anonymous said...

McDaniel 78
F&M 75

FINAL

Steve Ulrich said...

10-minute ticker

MBB: 9:02 left 1st half
Dickinson 18, Muhlenberg 9

WBB: 17:05 remaining
Ursinus 31, Haverford 29

Anonymous said...

MBB 5:23 left in first half

Dickinson 20
Muhlenberg 18

Steve Ulrich said...

updates ...

MBB: at the half in Allentown
Muhlenberg 29, Dickinson 28

WBB: 8:33 left in Haverford
Ursinus 45, Haverford 40

Steve Ulrich said...

4:48 remaining on the Main Line

WBB: Ursinus 53, Haverford 43

Anonymous said...

MBB: Swarthmore 7, Washington 3 10:32 left in half

Ryan Griswold said...

WBB Final

Ursinus 63
Haverford 45

Steve Ulrich said...

WBB FINAL
Ursinus 63, Haverford 45

(U) Carolyn Konstanzer 17-10, Mary Kate Daley 15-6, Molly Guntli 14-13
(H) Brittany Lattisaw 10-6

Steve Ulrich said...

17:06 left at Memorial Hall ...

Dickinson 32, Muhlenberg 31

Anonymous said...

MBB: Swarthmore 30, Washington 23 HALF

Garnet - Kurman is 4-of-4 from three point land for 12 points

Shoremen - Kohlrus leads with 9 pts

McCormick has six points, five away from 1,000.

Steve Ulrich said...

5:12 left in Allentown ...

Dickinson 64, Muhlenberg 59

Bernardini with 20 markers, while Scott has 19 for the Mules ... Kenny leads three Devils in double figures with 15.

Anonymous said...

MBB end of regulation

Dickinson 76
Muhlenberg 76

Jimmie Riggins tied game with 3-pointer with 10.4 seconds left ... Dickinson mishandled ball and could only get off desperation shot

Anonymous said...

MBB: Swarthmore 54, Washington 48 6:45 left

Anonymous said...

Any update on the Swat game?

Anonymous said...

MBB FINAL: Swarthmore 67, Washington 57

Anonymous said...

any update on Muhlenberg/Dickinson

mcdaniel_sid said...

WB final:

McDaniel wraps up home court with 60-42 win over Bryn Mawr.

Anonymous said...

MBB Final in overtime
Muhlenberg 91
Dickinson 84

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