Thursday, September 18, 2008

St. Mary's Upends Hamline

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Carleton beat Macalester in four. Megan La Chapelle (Eagan) had 12 points for the Knights. Majra Mucic (St. Louis Park) had 18.5 points for the Scots.

#14 Concordia Moorhead rallied to beat St. Catherine in five. Jenna Green (DGF) had 10 kills for CM.

Gustavus topped Augsburg in four. It was a "must win" for both teams according to the Mankato Free Press. Angela Ahrendt (Roseville) had 13 points for Gustavus. Katie Christensen (Mankato West) had 14.5 points for Augsburg.

St. Benedict beat Bethel in four. Chelsie Sobieck (Forest Lake) had 10 kills for St. Ben's. From the St. Cloud Times.

St. Mary's stopped Hamline's recent hot streak with a fiver. St. Mary's trailed 2-0. Amy Kujak (River Falls, WI) had 22.5 points for the Cardinals. Amanda Booth had 23 points for the Pipers.

#8 St. Thomas bumped St. Olaf in four. Kyley Crotty (North St. Paul) had 21 points for St. Thomas. Jessica Levin (Cedar Rapids Xavier) had 18.5 points for St. O.

Northland swept Rainy River.

MN West beat Fergus Falls in four. Kayla Wichern (Russell-Tyler-Ruthton) had 16 kills for the Bluejays. From the Worthington Daily Globe.

Ridgewater swept Anoka-Ramsey. Stephanie Tillman (Sartell) had 15 points for the Warriors. From the West Central Tribune.

#2 Rochester beat Riverland in a sweep. Laura Holt (Maple River) and Ashley King (Caledonia) each had 11 kills for the Yellowjackets. Brooke Monson (Austin) had 10 kills for Riverland. From the Rochester Post Bulletin and Austin Daily Herald. Video from KAAL TV.

NDSCS beat Trinity Bible in a sweep. Taylor Hart had 16 points for the Wildcats. From the Wahpeton Daily News.

Wadena-Deer Creek beat Breckenridge in four last Monday and swept Crosby-Ironton on Thursday. Britta Berg had 26 kills for the Wolverines. From the Wadena Pioneer Journal.

International Falls won their sixth straight with a sweep of Tower-Soudan. From the International Falls Daily Journal.

Bemidji beat Brainerd in four on Tuesday. Tess Rahto had 11 kills for the Warriors. From the Brainerd Dispatch.

Aitkin swept Pillager. Emily Mehr had 24 points for the Gobblers. Plus six more results. From the Brainerd Dispatch.

East Grand Forks beat Crookston in four on Tuesday. Rachel Wold had 13 kills for the Pirates. From the Crookston Times.

Chrissi Schewe of Sleepy Eye St. Mary's is the KEYC Athlete of the Week. The video lasts 1:29.

Alyssa McDonald is one of the Athletes of the Week in the Duluth News Tribune.

Scroll past the football and soccer stats to reach the Duluth News Tribune's volleyball stats.

The Rochester Post Bulletin has Southeast Minnesota Standings.

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