Tuesday, November 11, 2008

5 Minnesota Players Win Weekly Honors, Tan her 5th

#2 posting 11.11.2008
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Windom celebrates their state A title. Coach Ron Wendorff is a song and dance man. From the Worthington Daily Globe.

Stewartville beat Delano for 5th place in AA. From the Rochester Post Bulletin.

Anna Schlaak, a freshman from NRHEG, has been named Waseca County News player of the year.

Crystal Lamont of Waterville-Elysian-Morristown has been named Waseca County News coach of the year.

BIG 10: Illinois' Laura DeBruhler was named offensive player of the week in the Big 10. The Gophers' Christine Tan was co defensive player of the week (her 5th time this year) along with Arielle Wilson of Penn State.

ACC: North Carolina's Brianna Eskola (Columbia Heights) was co player of the week in the ACC. She is 88 digs away from the all time ACC dig record.

SUMMIT: Both Lopez sisters (DGF) for North Dakota State were players of the week. Kelly took defensive honors while Jennifer gathered the offensive title.

NORTHERN SUN: UM Duluth's April Hansen (BBE) and Lindsey Clairmont (Wayzata) have been named co players of the week in the Northern Sun.

BIG 10: Three Penn State seniors talk about their experiences.

Ohio State is at #19 Michigan on Wednesday and Michigan State on Saturday.

The Big 10 has their weekly press release

#19 Michigan hosts Ohio State Wednesday and Michigan State on Friday.

PAC 10: Washington State travels to Oregon and Oregon State.

SUMMIT: North Dakota State travels to Centenary and Oral Roberts this weekend.
South Dakota State travels to UMKC and Centenary to close out the season.

Gustavus will face UW Eau Claire in the NCAA D3 tournament on Thursday, November 13 at 3:30 at St. Thomas.
St. Benedict will face Simpson in the D3 tournament on Thursday at 1 pm at St. Thomas.

Concordia Moorhead takes on Loras at 6 on Thursday.

Host St. Thomas will face UW LaCrosse at 8:30 on Thursday.
Here is the entire D3 tournament bracket.

D1: Minnesota moves to up two spots to #15. Colorado State is #16. Cincinnati received votes.

D2: SW MN State falls to #8. From the Marshall Independent. Augustana is #22.

next up: tomorrow unless more news breaks