Thursday, October 09, 2008

Badgers Overcome Wildcats

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BIG 10
Wisconsin beat Northwestern in four with a margin of 13 points.
Audra Jeffers had 12 points for the Badgers. Nikki Klingsporn (Tartan) had 29 assists and 2 points for Wisconsin.
Brittani Gray had 13 points for NW. Naomi Johnson (Bloomington Kennedy) had 12 points also for the Wildcats.

Michigan State hosts both Wisconsin and Northwestern this weekend.

#19 Illinois takes on Michigan and Ohio State.

Indiana travels to #12 Minnesota and Iowa.

Iowa toured the Holden Research labs in preparation for the attack breast cancer event.

#1 Penn State travels to Iowa and #12 Minnesota this weekend.

Ohio State takes on #19 Illinois and #18 Purdue this weekend.

Furman swept Western Carolina with a margin of 27 points. Pamela Gehrke (Eastview) had 2 digs and 3 aces for the Paladins.

#13 Colorado State plays Texas Christian tonight in a Think Pink event. CSU takes on New Mexico on Sunday.

Creighton travels to Illinois State and Indiana State.

Marshall faces Rice and Houston Friday and Sunday.

North Dakota's schedule is adjusted in the Seattle Dig for the Cure tournament.

Texas Christian travels to #13 Colorado State and Wyoming.

Iowa State meets Jessica Simpson.

Gustavus swept Carleton with a margin of 14 points. Meghan Gehring (Eau Claire North, WI) had 14.5 points for Gustavus. Sarah Halls had 12 points for Carleton.

St. Benedict beat Hamline in four with a margin of 10 points. St. B's has won 12 in a row. Calleigh Brown (Buffalo) had 19 points for St. B's. Emily Amici (Whitewater, WI) had 16 points for the Pipers.

St. Catherine beat Macalester in four with a margin of 14 points. Rebecca Zenefski (Champlin Park) had 13 points for St. Kate's. Sonia Muzikarova (Gymnazium Bilikova, Bratislava, Slovakia) had 20 points for Mac.

St. Olaf topped St. Mary's in five. St. Mary's had the point advantage with 2 points. Jane Meyer (Bloomington Jefferson) had 23 points for St. O. Jessica Mate (St. Charles East, IL) had 25 points for St. Mary's.

#5 St. Thomas beat Bethel in four with a margin of 22 points. Katie McCaffrey (Fort Collins, CO) had 15 points for St. Thomas. Nicole Wriedt (Arrowhead, WI) had 16 points for Bethel.

Eau Claire dodged River Falls. RF led 2-0 and had a 15 point advantage on the night. RF is 1-7 in fivers this season. Abby Freiborg (Renville County West) had 20.5 points for EC. Kelsey Scheele (Mayer Lutheran) had 23 points for RF.

Oshkosh beat LaCrosse in four with a 5 point advantage. Ashley Sullivan (DeForest, WI) had 15 points for Oshkosh. Amber Schoonover (Tomah, WI) had 16 kills for LC. From the Oshkosh Northwestern.

Superior swept Stout with a 16 points margin. Jess Ebel (Hermantown) had 7 points for Superior. Steph Nichols (Greendale, WI) had 10.5 points for Stout.

Rochester swept Riverland with a margin of 32 points. From the Rochester and Austin Post Bulletin. (with a two minute and 22 second video on the Rochester site).

Fergus Falls beat MN West in five with a margin of 7 points. From the Worthington Daily Globe.

Ridgewater beat Anoka-Ramsey in four with a margin of 10 points. Stephanie Tillman had 16 points for the Warriors. From the West Central Tribune.

Former Gopher Nicole Branagh and Kerri Walsh are still undefeated in Dubai.

Next up: Later today.