Sunday, September 07, 2008

St. Thomas, Gustavus, St. Olaf Win Titles

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#8 St. Thomas won the Augsburg tournament in a fiver with UW Eau Claire.

St. Benedict's beat the hosts for third. That contest went five.

Northwestern, MN beat Macalester for fifth in a sweep.

UW Superior beat Schreiner in five for seventh.

UST's Katie McCaffrey (Fort Collins, CO) had 15 vs UWS and 23.5 points vs UWEC.
UWEC's Katie Fox (Chippewa Falls, WI) had 11.5 vs Schreiner and 18 vs St. Thomas.
CSB's Beth Hanson had 14.5 points vs NW and Emma Jaynes had 19 vs Augsburg.
Augsburg's Laura Barnes had 15.5 points vs Mac and Dani Boner had 21 points vs St. Ben's
NW's Steph Koth had 25 points vs St. Ben's and 15 points vs Mac.
Mac's Sonia Muzikarova had 16.5 points vs Augsburg and Marie Goodwin had 9 points vs NW.
UWS's Christopherson had 8.5 vs UST and 15.5 points vs Schreiner.

Carleton swept Clark Atlanta (a D2 team) and was swept by the hosts.
The Knight's Megan La Chapelle (Eagan) had 9 kills vs Clark Atlanta.

Gustavus beat St. Scholastica in four and Viterbo in four.
Gustavus' Megan Gehring (Eau Claire North) had 19 points vs CSS while Olivia Warren (Goodhue) had 13.5 vs Viterbo.
CSS's Shawna Varichak (Hibbing) had 19 points vs Gustavus. Dustie Richardson (Greenway) had 10 points vs UWL.
Viterbo's Jenna Lau had 18 vs Gustavus.

Viterbo beat Martin Luther in a sweep.

UW LaCrosse beat St. Scholastica in four and Martin Luther in a sweep.

St. Olaf won twice with wins over Hamline in five and Bethel in four.

Bethany Lutheran beat Buena Vista in five.

Bethel beat St. Catherine's in a sweep.

Hamline swept Buena Vista.

St. Catherine's beat the hosts in five.

UW River Falls swept Bethany Lutheran.

St. Olaf's Jessica Levin had 21.5 points vs Bethel.
Bethel's Jennifer Stoa had 10 points vs St. O.

Loras beat St. Mary's in four. The Cardinals beat Northland in four.
St. Mary's Jessica Larson had 14 vs Loras, and Amy Kujak and 18 vs Northland.

North Iowa Area CC won their first game at the Anoka-Ramsey tournament. NIACC beat Rainy River. From the Mason City Globe Gazette.

Next up: a brief review of the week.