Tuesday, October 14, 2008

Houts Honored in Missouri Valley

#2 posting 10.14.2008
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Minnesota stays at #12 in the D1 poll. Colorado State also stays put at #13. Wisconsin moves up to #19.

BIG 10
The Weekly Big 10 release starts off with #1 Penn State and their perfection with no losses in matches or sets.

Here are the press releases for the co-defensive players of the week Johannah Bangert of Illinois and Kim Kuzma of Wisconsin.

Iowa travels to Minneapolis on Wednesday to take on the Gophers and will play Michigan State later in the week.

Cincinnati travels to Western Kentucky on Wednesday.

Washington State hosts #25 Oregon State and #6 Oregon this weekend.

North Dakota State hosts UMKC and Centennary.

North Dakota will be looking for revenge when they host Jamestown tonight.

Creighton's Jessica Houts (Bloomington Kennedy) was named the Missouri Valley's player of the week.

In the Summit League Mackenzie Angner of South Dakota State was named offensive player of the week. North Dakota State's Kelly Lopez (DGF) is the repeat selection for defensive player of the week.

MSU Mankato is on an 8 game roll. They face Concordia St. Paul on Friday.

The Northern Sun has passed out their weekly awards.
Ashley Nachreiner of MSU Mankato was the offensive player of the week for the second straight week.
Kayla Tschida of St. Cloud State was named defensive player of the week.
Maggie McNamara of Concordia St. Paul took home the setter of the week honor--her third time this year.

UM Crookston setter Cassie Yates went over the 3000 career assist mark on September 27. From the Crookston Times.

The MIAC has named their weekly award winners. St. Olaf had two co-players of the week. Jessica Levin (hitter) and Kelly Prunty (setter).
Jenna Green of Concordia Moorhead was also named hitter of the week.
St. Mary's Theresa Perrini was named the libero of the week.

St. Thomas raised $1400 in the dig for the cure.

UM Morris will hold their Dig Pink day on Oct. 25.

Rainy River was 1-1 over the weekend. From the International Falls Daily Journal.

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