generalssports.com 2 seconds ago

Women's Basketball keeps it rolling with 88-55 win at Ferrum

The win propels the Generals to 12-6 overall on the season and 8-3 in the ODAC, tied for the best 11-game start in conference play in program history. Junior guard Taylor Casey (Brentwood, Tenn./Franklin Road Academy) then hit 3-of-3 free throws to end the period and cap a 9-0 run as W&L went into the second quarter up, 19-14. Casey finished with 17 points and hit on 5-of-11 shots from the field, including 4-of-8 from long range, her third game this season with at least four triples. The Generals also received key contributions from the bench in the game, as first-year guard Kate Groninger (Pittsburgh, Pa./Upper St. Clair) and junior Molly Mann (Mathews, N.C./Weddington) scored eight points each, with Addison notching six and Carrandi finishing with three.

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gocrimson.com 3 seconds ago

Women’s Tennis Match Against Rhode Island Postponed, Moved to Tuesday

Due to inclement weather, Sunday's match against Rhode Island has been postponed. The makeup date has been set for Tuesday Jan. 22 at 4 p.m. at the Murr Center Courts. The Crimson's season-opening stretch of six consecutive home games continues with a match Friday against Miami of Ohio at 3 p.m., followed by a doubleheader on Sunday against Fordham (10 a.m.) and Marist (1:30 p.m.). All home matches will be broadcast on ESPN+.

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athletics.case.edu 3 seconds ago

CWRU Basketball at Rochester Postponed until Monday

The Case Western Reserve University men's and women's basketball games at the University of Rochester, originally scheduled for Sunday, January 20th, have been postponed 24 hours to Monday, January 21st, due to the winter storm slated to affect the area throughout the weekend. The Spartan men will now face the Yellowjackets at 12:00 p.m. on Monday, to be followed by the women's game at 2:00 p.m. As always, please check back at athletics.case.edu for any further changes, or additional details regarding the games.

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gocrimson.com 7 seconds ago

Women’s Basketball Dominates Dartmouth in Ivy Opener

CAMBRIDGE, Mass.In front of an electric crowd, the Harvard women's basketball team opened up Ivy League play with a 56-46 win over Dartmouth in a matinee matchup at Lavietes Pavilion on Saturday. Senior Sydney Skinner dished out five assists in today's bout while Katie Benzan, Maggie McCarthy and Boehm each tallied two blocks on defense. Off the tip, the Crimson quickly took command of the court, controlling the ball on both sides to hold the Big Green scoreless through the first quarter of play. Showing efficiency in the paint and from range, the Crimson added thirteen points to its extensive lead to head into the locker room with a 20-point advantage.

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haverfordathletics.com 9 seconds ago

Women's Basketball Hangs on for Win over Franklin & Marshall, 62-56

With 2:06 remaining in the first quarter, Hannah Zoll knocked down a trey from the top of the key, giving Haverford a nine point lead at 16-7. Franklin & Marshall was able to cut the Haverford lead to just seven into the final minutes of the third quarter, but the Fords found themselves up by 11 heading into the fourth as Julianna Clark and Maddie Gallic keyed a 4-0 spurt to close out the penultimate period. A Kristin Hamil layup with 3:13 trimmed the advantage back to single digits, and Pilone drained a three-pointer to cut the lead to six. A Gallic steal on the ensuing possession allowed Katie Cook to further stretch the cushion to eight with 28 seconds to play, effectively ending the Franklin & Marshall comeback bid.

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godiplomats.com 15 seconds ago

F&M Dropped by Haverford

Back-to-back layups from Kristin Hamill and Kenna Williams helped F&M to a 4-0 lead in the opening minute of action. Jennifer Falconiero came away with the steal and breakaway layup with just over a minute left, but Haverford held on to a 17-9 lead at the end of the first. Haverford came out with a quick five points, but a layup from Williams sparked a seven-point swing in F&M's direction bringing the score to 31-25 with just under eight minutes left. The Fords kept the momentum in the fourth, but an Alisyn Narracci bucket ended the early run, keeping F&M within 12.

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gocrimson.com 17 seconds ago

Wrestling Suffers Home Loss to Bucknell

Nolan Hellickson (125 pounds) and Lukus Stricker (133) were on the short side of 5-4 decisions in each of their matches to start the day. The Crimson, which dropped the next two bouts, nearly scored an upset with Hunter Ladnier leading the charge at 157 pounds. The 174-pounder and Bucknell's Frankie Guida, Jr., spent the early portion of the match sizing each other up and were tied at the end of three frames. Tarantino earned his seventh win of the season to bring him within one victory of entering the team's top-5 list.

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lyndonhornets.com 18 seconds ago

Hornets fall to Badgers in final seconds

Johnson led throughout much of the first half before Zach Falkenburg's (Kirkville, NY) layup sent the Hornets to halftime with a 35-34 advantage. Robert Dubose topped three double figure scorers for Johnson, finishing with 23 points and seven rebounds. Zach Falkenburg (Kirkville, NY) paced the Hornets with a game high 25 points and five assists. Damon Denteh (Jamaica, NY) and Ricky Shuford (Prattville, AL) also reached double figures with 12 and ten points respectively.

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mitathletics.com 26 seconds ago

V’Dovec Records 1,000th Career Point in MIT’s 76-59 Win Over Clark

- The Lead: A strong second quarter helped MIT pull away from Clark University and go on to record a 76-59 victory in NEWMAC women's basketball action on Saturday. The Cougars buried a three-pointer to make the score 18-14, but senior Sophie Gershon (New York, N.Y.) drained the second of two free throws to give the Engineers a small edge at the end of the quarter. - The Engineers continued to cruise in the third quarter as their lead grew to 29 (63-34) after a free throw by senior Maude Gull (Zurich, Switzerland) with 1:42 on the clock. - This is the second time in program history members of the same graduating class have recorded 1,000 career points as Holinski reached this milestone at the end of last season.

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goavengingangels.com 39 seconds ago

Angels Capture 66-56 Victory Over Bishops to Keep Tournament Hopes Alive

RALEIGH, N.C. -- With Kimberly Schuh's 25 points and three more Avenging Angels in double-figures, the Meredith College basketball team captured a big 66-56 win over the visiting N.C. Wesleyan Bishops. MCBB led by as many as 26 points late in the third quarter, but an aggressive Battling Bishops squad pressured Meredith to trim that deficit to 10 by the end of regulation. With seconds left on the shot clock, Kirstie King made a quick pass to Caroline Coleman, who drained a long three to advance Meredith's lead to 15. The teams exchanged free throws during the next series, before Gladwell dribbled the full length of the court for an easy bucket with Wesleyan trying to setup their defense.

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