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Published: Thu, February 14, 2002 @ 12:00 a.m.



WOMEN

Who: YSU (11-13, 7-6) vs. UW-Green Bay (19-5, 13-0).

When: 5:15 p.m.

Where: Beeghly Center.

The coaches: Ed DiGregorio (312-211) is in his 19th season with the Penguins. Kevin Borseth is in his fourth season with the Phoenix and is 81-33, while his 15-year career mark is 306-130.

YSU starters: Jen Perugini, 6-2 freshman forward (10.6 points per game, 8.9 rebounds per game); Cathy Hanek, 5-8, sophomore guard (6.4, 2.3); Jenny Horner, 6-2 senior center (10.3, 6.6); Maggie Johnston, 5-5 junior guard (9, 3); Heather Harris, 6-0 sophomore forward (13.4, 4.1).

UW-Green Bay starters: Mandy Stowe, 6-1 senior forward (16.5 ppg. 4.8 rpg); Kristy Loiselle, 5-10 junior guard (8.4, 5.8); Sarah Boyer, 5-9 junior guard (13.6, 3.0); Amanda Leonhard, 5-8 senior guard (10.5, 2.6); Elizabeth Dudley, 5-8 junior guard (6.8, 4.6).

Scouting report: The Penguins suffered a big defeat at Detroit 82-69, in a battle for third place in the Horizon standings. The Penguins are now in fourth place, a half-game ahead of Loyola-Chicago which plays at Butler tonight. Sophomore Heather Harris equaled her career high against the Titans with 23 points. Green Bay is the Horizon leader with a perfect 13-0 record. The Phoenix has won three straight league titles and is 56-6 in conference play over that span.

The series: This will be only the seventh meeting between the teams with UW-Green Bay winning all six of the other meetings including 76-48 victory on Jan. 21 in their first meeting in Wisconsin.

Radio: WBBW-AM (1240), WSOM-AM (600), WPIC-AM (790).

MEN

Who: YSU (3-19, 1-11) vs. Cleveland State (10-13, 4-8)

When: 7:35 p.m.

Where: Beeghly Center.

Coaches: John Robic (34-46) is in his third season at YSU. Rollie Massimino is in his sixth season with the Vikings and is 80-88, while his 29-year career record stands at 505-366.

YSU starters: Ryan Patton, 5-11 senior guard (14.8 points per game, 2.2 rebounds per game); Doug Underwood, 6-3 freshman guard (10.8, 3.7); Jimmy Moore, 6-5 freshman forward (7.2, 4.4); Brian Radakovich, 6-7 freshman forward (6.7, 4.6); Stephen Flores, 6-7 senior forward (6.5, 4.6).

Cleveland State starters: Jamaal Harris, 6-1 senior guard (15.7 ppg, 4.3 rpg); Jermaine Robinson, 6-2 sophomore guard (8.1, 2.4); Theo Dixon, 6-6 senior forward (15.0, 6.3); Tahric Gosley, 6-8 junior forward (8.2, 5.1); Andre Williams, 6-5 junior forward (6.2, 5.6).

Scouting report: The Penguins are currently on a 10-game losing streak and are hoping they can snap the streak at home against the Vikings. YSU is 0-13 on the road this year. The Penguins have been idle since last Saturday when they suffered a 96-76 loss at UW-Milwaukee. The Penguins are in last place in the Horizon Standings just about have to win all of their remaining four league games to climb out of the cellar. Cleveland State has also been idle since last Saturday when it dropped a 70-45 decision at Butler. The Vikings are in seventh place in the standings, three games ahead of the Penguins.

The series: This will be the 57th meeting between the two teams and the Penguins hold a 30-26 advantage, but the Vikings won the first meeting between the two teams this season 71-58 in Cleveland.

Radio: WBBW-AM (1240), WSOM-AM (600), WPIC-AM (790).

-- Pete Mollica




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