Thursday, August 28, 2008

Berg Returns, Henning Verbals

#1 posting 8.28.2008
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Former Gopher Lindsey Berg will return to be a consultant to the Gophers. From the StarTribune.

There are four new coaches in the West Central coverage area: New London-Spicer, Yellow Medicine East, Central Christian and Morris.

Indiana has named Juli Pierce and Erica Short captains. The Hoosiers will be at Long Beach State this weekend.

Ohio State held their Scarlet & Gray scrimmage yesterday. The Buckeyes have bonded by giving back.

Wisconsin players talk about their goals for the 2008 season on their countdown video feature.

Purdue will host the Mortar Board Premier. Kansas State, Tennessee State and Duke will attend.

The Green swept the White in Marshall's scrimmage. Megan Carlson of Andover had 5 kills for the White.

WANTED: Northern Iowa will have open tryouts on September 2.

South Carolina is off to Las Vegas for the UNLV tournament.

Portland is headed to the Montana State Tournament.

North Dakota State will head to Montana. Hitter Kristen Hille of Sauk Rapids talks to the Fargo Forum. The Bison has also received a verbal from Libero Andrea Henning of Kettle Moraine Lutheran in Wisconsin.

Ashley Nachreiner of MSU Mankato is a senior leader for the Mavericks. Nachreiner is from Round Rock, TX, but has New Ulm connections. From the Mankato Free Press.

St. Olaf is hoping to continue their late season success in 2007 to start 2008.

In the UMAC, Northwestern, MN is tabbed to be the top team in their preseason polls. Bethany Lutheran is picked for fourth.

Detroit Lakes will return a veteran team. From the Detroit Lakes Tribune.

Park Rapids season will depend on how quickly they adjust. From the Park Rapids Enterprise.

Kerkhoven-Murdock-Sunburg's volleyball team recently bonded by the camp fire. From the West Central Tribune.

Here is the Waseca win over Rochester Lourdes. From the Waseca County News.

Stillwater beat Bloomington Kennedy in a sweep. Emily McDonough had 14 kills for the Ponies. From the Stillwater Gazette.

LeRoy-Ostrander beat Lanesboro 3-1. Kaylee Bunne had 15 kills for the Cardinals. From the Austin Daily Herald.

Thief River Falls beat Crookston in four. From the Crookston Times.

New York Mills beat Frazee 3-1. Hannah Rutten had 14 kills for NYM. From the Perham Enterprise.

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