Thursday, January 07, 2010
Last Night's aCCtion
Jeffrey Kauffman of the Carlisle Sentinel wrote that the Dickinson women dug themselves a big hole early and could not get over the hump in a 62-54 loss to Ursinus.
Joel Schreiner of the Lancaster Intelligencer Journal writes that fortunes can change quickly in the game of basketball. Example #1 came last night in Franklin & Marshall's win over Haverford.
Will Welliver of the Intell notes that it was local offense and team defense that made the difference as the F&M women knocked off Haverford.
Jeff Cook of the Gettysburg Times wrote that neither crowd control nor deficits were problems as the Gettysburg women edged Swarthmore.
Cory Mull of the Hanover Evening Sun writes that this Gettysburg women's team is very real and dangerous after winning its 11th straight to open the season. He also notes that Gettysburg freshman Alex Zurn has shown his teammates that he has some serious leaping ability ... and now Swarthmore now as well after the Bullets downed the Garnet, 80-63.
The Allentown Morning Call has a capsule summary of the Muhlenberg men's 65-57 overtime win at Johns Hopkins. The Delaware County Daily Times has a local roundup.