Thursday, October 16, 2008

Augsburg's 19 Year Drought Over

#2 posting 10.16.2008
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BIG 10
The Gophers (as reported in my out & about) made quick work of Iowa. From the MN Daily.

Michigan State travels to Minnesota on Friday and Iowa Saturday.

Indiana takes on Michigan and Ohio State.

#21 Purdue hosts Wisconsin and Northwestern.

BIG 12: Iowa State swept Texas Tech with a margin of 30 points. Diane Kieger (Mounds View) had 10 points for the Cyclones.

SEC: #8 Florida swept South Carolina with a margin of 21 points. Bridget Denson-Dorman (Hopkins) had 28 assists and 2 points for USC.

Creighton hosts Evansville and Southern Illinois.

Northern Iowa travels to #14 Wichita State and Missouri State.

Marshall travels to UTEP and Tulane.

Portland travels to Loyola Marymount and #16 Pepperdine.

Augsburg beat St. Olaf for the first time since 1989 with a five set win. St. Olaf had an 8 point advantage on the night. Julie Jenkins had 14.5 points for Augsburg. Kim Smisek had 20 points for St. O.

Gustavus beat St. Catherine's in four with a margin of 10 points.

#6 St. Thomas beat St. Mary's in four with a margin of 17 points. The Tommies get a MIAC playoff spot. Katie McCaffrey (Fort Collins, CO) had 22 points for St. Thomas. Sarah Gardner (Rochester Mayo) had 16.5 points for St. Mary's.

Bethel beat Carleton in four with a margin of 9 points. Kelly Otto (Southwest Christian Chaska) had 17 points for Bethel. Megan La Chapelle (Eagan) had 13 points for Carleton.

St. Benedict beat Macalester in four with a margin of 14 points. It was the Blazer's 17th straight win. Emma Jaynes (Hibbing) had 12.5 points for St. Ben's. Sonia Muzikarova (Gymnazium Bilikova, Bratislava, Slovakia) had 18.5 points for Mac.

Concordia Moorhead swept Hamline with a margin of 10 points. Katie Vohnoutka (Eden Prairie) had 16.5 points for CM. Anita Rojas (Valle del Cauca, Columbia) had 11 points for Hamline.

Luther beat Buena Vista in four with a margin of 28 points.

Ridgewater beat MN West in four with a margin of 18 points. Karie Blommel had 16 kills for the Warriors. From the West Central Tribune and Worthington Daily Globe.

Rochester beat Fergus Falls in four with a margin of 7 points. From the Rochester Post Bulletin.

Central Lakes beat Rainy River in four with a margin of 25 points. From the Brainerd Dispatch.

Next up: later tonight