SUNDAY CARDINAL COUPLE
(JENNY O'BRYAN TAKES US THRU SUNDAY WITH OUR INCREDIBLE WOMEN'S TENNIS DUO AND REPORT ON LOUSVILLE WBB'S ROUT OF THE RAMBLERS SAT. NIGHT)
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|Court 9 - Men's Doubles - Final||1||2||3||Court 6 - Men's Consolation Doubles - Final||1||2||3|
|Libietis/Reese (1) (Tennessee)||3||2||Giron/McDonald (1) (UCLA)||7|
|Narayana/Schnur (Columbia)||6||6||Kobelt/Metka (2) (Ohio State)||8|
|Court 7 - Women's Doubles - Final||1||2||3||Court 4 - Women's Consolation Doubles - Final||1||2||3|
|Kurey/Woodard (Georgia Tech)||4||6||6||Boren/Katz (1) (USC)||8|
go to: http://www.gocolumbialions.com/ViewArticle.dbml?&DB_OEM_ID=9600&ATCLID=205326803 for updates.
SHINING ON IN NEW YORK
Do the names Julia Fellerhoff and Rebecca Shine sound familiar? They should by now. This tennis doubles team has roared on to the scene in early November and finds themselves playing for the programs first National Chanpionship in the schools history.
WBB PARKS THE RAMBLERS BY 47
WALZ TALKS POSTGAME LOYOLA-CHICAGO
- Yes, it was a very nice win for the Cards but free throw shooting absolutely died in the second half. 18-34 free throw shooting is 52.9%. Unacceptable.
- Cheryl Swoopes was gracious in defeat in the post game media interviews. She loves the YUM!, thinks Emmonnie Henderson "is a beast" (in a good way) and marvelled at actually getting to see Shoni Schimmel play in person.
- #25 Taylor Johnson might grab MVC Player of the Year honors for Loyola-Chicago. What's up with the shorts tucked and gathered in, though? Sonja mentioned to me that it looked like she was wearing Depends. Someone get that young gal a tailor...
- Leave it to Bob Domine for tonight's game quote. He was asking about Emmonnie Henderson's size and strength. I mentioned she had won the Illinois State High School shot put four years in a row. He says: "She could probably throw both of us across the court."
- Unsung hero tonight? Jude Schimmel. 21 minutes with 3-4 from beyond the arc, three assists, and 11 points. Only Shoni had more playing time in the game.
- 29 offense rebounds is a dubious stat. Louisville missed over a dozen inside shots that puffed up that stat. Six of them from Henderson and Dyer each.
Full stats and play-by-play below: