Saturday, October 11, 2008

Mosser in 300 Club

#5 posting 10.11.2008
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The MIAC was 6-2 at Mount Vernon.
St. Olaf beat Cornell in five with no team having an advantage in points. Jessica Levin (Cedar Rapids Xavier) had 28 points for St. O.
Carleton swept Dubuque. Megan La Chapelle (Eagan) had 11 kills for Carleton.
Gustavus beat Luther in four. Nicki Ainsworth (Eden Prairie) had 14 kills for Gustavus.
Buena Vista beat Hamline in four with a margin of 12 points. Kayla Dekker (Fulda) had 13 points for BV. Anita Rojas had 15 points for Hamline.
Cornell beat Carleton in four.
St. Olaf swept Dubuque with a margin of 34 points. Jessica Levin (Cedar Rapids Xavier) had 13 points for St. O.
Hamline beat Luther in four
Gustavus beat Buena Vista in four. Meghan Gehring (Eau Claire North) had 14.5 points for Gustavus. Kelli Luitjens (Worthington) had 11 points for BV.

The MIAC was 8-0 at St. Thomas.
St. Benedict swept Simpson with a 12 point margin.
Concordia Moorhead swept Central
#5 St. Thomas swept Wartburg
Bethel swept Coe.
St. Benedict beat Central in five. Central had a 1 points advantage for the match.
Concordia Moorhead beat Simpson in four with a 14 point margin. Katie Vohnoutka (Eden Prairie) had 16.5 points for CM. The win put CM coach Tim Mosser at 300 career wins.
St. Thomas swept Coe
Bethel swept Wartburg

The MIAC was 5-1 in non con action at River Falls.
Augsburg swept Viterbo
UW River Falls swept Macalester with a 26 point margin.
St. Mary’s beat Macalester in four with a margin of 31 points. Jessica Mate (St. Charles East, IL) had 12 kills for St. Mary's.
Augsburg beat Loras in four
St. Catherine beat Monmouth in three with a margin of 15 points.
St. Mary’s beat Viterbo in four with a margin of 9 points. Jessica Mate (St. Charles East, IL) had 14 kills for St. Mary's.
St. Catherine swept UW Stevens Point with a margin of 21 points.
River Falls swept Loras with a 16 point margin. Kara Buffington had 9 points for UWRF.

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