A Page -- Feb 19, 2011

US parlays early/late goal shifters with 

short-hand configuration to jet start 

offense; Chagrin claws hard with tight 

defense, sound goaltending to prolong to 

the end of the third before going into that 

good night

Feb. 19, 2011 -- 12:01 a.m.

By Norm Weber 
Student/Athlete-Cleveland Editor

KENT – Although not by design, University School found a new formula for getting a goal in a hockey game when it is key to score one – 1) commit a penalty late in a period of play, go down a man, and score a short-handed goal just at a time when the opponents’ expectations are high. 


Two late period/early period goals turned the tides twice in Friday night’s sectional semifinal game here in the Kent State University Ice Arena, as the No. 1 seed sputtered early but then dandily dashed through the second and third periods to a 7-0 win over Chagrin Falls.

The Tigers put up a good stand at the onset, skating to a 0-0 tie with the vaunted Preppers through the first period. 

Despite getting outshot, 16-2, in the first period by the Preppers, Chagrin held its own, plugging up the middle so that the No. 1 Kent District seed could not get any players near the crease or the puck in any of the holes around the tender.

Sophomore goaltender Don Jackson stopped everything the Preppers fired his way, which was mainly from the points and the tops of the circles. There was one scrum in front of the net in the first period, but the Preppers were able to kick it out after better than five seconds of congestion.

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They skated at even strength through most of the first period, at least up until the final period when elbowing was called on US, creating a break --- for US.

The Preppers killed the remaining seconds of the first period and then came up with the proverbial hockey momentum shifter in the opening seconds of the second period. 

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US scored the shorthand goal at 0:46 of the second, Andrew Preiser scoring the goal and Ian Robertson assisting.

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It wasn’t long before the Preppers made it 2-0, with the White Line doing the honors, Tyler Dalton scoring the goal at 2:30 with assists coming from Kevin DeGulis and Jared Rubin. 
Tyler Dalton

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Another even-strength goal made it 3-0 at 3:17, Preiser scoring the goal and Robertson and George Chapman assisting.

During a line change, US was called for too many men on the ice. Again in the final minute a US mistake created a break – for US. 

Robertson scored the beauty of a goal just a few seconds into penalty on an odd-man rush at 14:49 of the second, making it, 4-0.

The Preppers, better than 80 percent this season on the penalty kill, doused the rest of the minutes in the carry over to early in the third period.

The Chagrin special teams killed a US power play in the middle of the second period and two power plays midway through and third period. However, both third period kills took some energy out of the Tigers as US quickly scored after both

Just a couple minutes after Chagrin killed the third-period US power play, the Preppers’ Red Line put up goal No. 5, with Connor Clemens scoring and Preiser and Robertson assisting. 

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Then after the second power play, it was the Blue Line of Jack Linderman (goal) and Brad Marshall and Rubin scoring at 10:41 and then nine seconds later Clemens coming through again with help from Robertson and Joey Ryder. 

Jackson had a busy day in goal for Chagrin, saving 58 shots on goal.

Sam Althans and Andrew Megerian shared the shutout in goal.

B-W Men’s and Women’s Indoor Track and Field Teams Both Win the Greater Cleveland College Championships

Feb. 19, 12:01 a.m

By Kevin Ruple

BEREA – The Baldwin-Wallace College men’s and women’s indoor track and field teams both won team titles tonight (Friday,February 18) at the Greater Cleveland College Championships on the Harrison Dillard Track in the Lou Higgins Center. The B-W men finished first with 257 points and the women scored 242 points. Overall, B-W earned a total of 15 first-place finishes.
The Yellow Jacket men were led by four-time All-American Kevin Phipps (Pataskala/Watkins Memorial), who won both the shot put with a throw of 52’9.25” and the weight throw at 60’4.5”. Senior Zachary Poole (Mentor) placed first in the high jump, with a mark of 5’7.75”. In the pole vault, freshman Brandon Eddy (Cuyahoga Heights) placed first with a height of 14’5.25”.
Sophomore Ken Janosko (Mentor) led the runners by placing first in one-mile run in a time 4:32.51. In the 55-meter dash, freshmanKevin Johnson (Garfield Heights / St. Ignatius) placed first finishing in a time of 6.61 seconds. Senior Jeff Bonezzi (Medina) placed first in the 500-meter run crossing the finish line in a time of 1:10.64. In the 800-meter run junior Daniel Sloat (Medina) placed first with a time of 2:02.36. In the 4x200 meter relay, three freshman including Shawn Cordes (Litchfield/ Medina Buckeye), Josiah Holt (Elyria/ Midview), Johnson and junior Mike Smith (Wintersville/ Indian Creek) combined to place first in a time of 1:32.70.

For the women, sophomore thrower Stefani Graber (North Royalton/Padua Franciscan) led the Yellow Jackets by automatically qualifying for the 2011 NCAA Division III national meet in the weight throw with a mark of 51’5”. Sophomore Cristina Perrine (Middleburg Heights/Midpark) placed first in the shot put throwing a distance of 40’4.25”. In the triple jump, junior Kara Kasper (Amherst/ Steele) placed first jumping a distance of 32’11.75”. Freshman jumper Brittany Gerhardstein (Mentor) placed first by jumping a height of 15’9.75”. In the high jump, senior Carrie Ritzler (Fostoria/ Hopewell-Loudon) won with a mark of 4’9.75”.

Sophomore sprinter Kaylan Lemon (Canton/ Massillon Perry) finished first in the 55-meter dash crossing the finish line in a time of 7.53 seconds.
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Berea, Ohio 
– The Oberlin College track and field teams broke multiple school records on Friday evening at the Baldwin-Wallace College Mid-February Invite.

The men’s team rewrote the record books in three different events on the evening. The first record to fall came in the weight throw as senior Josh Gallagher broke his own school record in the weight throw with a toss of 46-01.25. 

Fellow senior Ben Schild also turned a record-setting run in the 3,000 meters as he completed the course in 8:47.29. Rookie Quinn Hull completed the trio of record-breaking performances by touching the tape in 2:32.52 in the 1,000 meters. 

Junior Stephen Williams also added a win in the 5,000 meters with a mark of 15:26.30. 

As a team the Yeomen placed third in the four-team field with 119.5 points. 

Highlighting the Yeowomen effort was senior Laura Vernon who established a new school-best mark of 10-11.75 in the pole vault. 

The foursome of Sophia BrancazioMelissa ElieMarissa Clardy and Amanda Miller just missed a school record in the 4x200 meter relay as they checked in at 1:47.56. 

Clardy and Brancazio also had individual success on the night. Clardy was victorious in the 800 meters with a mark of 2:23.11, while Brancazio won the 200 in 27.11.

Rookie Margaret Lindman also won the 5,000 meters in 19:21.82. As team Oberlin was second with 192 points. 

The Yeowomen will be sending their 4x400 meter relay team to the Kent State Tune-Up tomorrow. The event is scheduled to go off at 6:55 p.m. Fans can check the results here.

Mount Union basketball team closes out regular season at the 


By Josh Reilly

ALLIANCE,-- The nationally ranked Mount Union women's basketball team will close out its Ohio Athletic Conference regular season on Saturday. The Purple Raiders are set to take on Heidelberg for a 2 p.m. start at the McPherson Academic and Athletic Complex.

The game will be broadcast locally on WRMU 91.1 FM and WDPN AM 1310 and simulcast online right here along with a LIVE STATS game tracker.

The Raiders (21-3, 14-3), who are ranked 17th by ESPN/USA Today and 19th by D3Hoops.com, have won seven straight games and 11 of their last 12. On Wednesday, they defeated Baldwin-Wallace, 67-60, to clinch the OAC regular season title.

Kori Wiedt (North Olmsted/North Olmsted) is Mount Union's leading scorer with 12.5 points per game whileRosa LaMattina (Westlake/Westlake) is chipping in with 11.0 per contest.

Amanda Rose (Uniontown/Green) is a key contributor with 9.0 points, 5.9 rebounds and a .487 field goal percentage

Spartan Track & Field Teams Compete at Greater Cleveland College Championship


BEREA, OH – Select members of the Case Western Reserve University men’s and women’s indoor track & field teams competed at the 2011 Greater Cleveland College Championship on Friday, February 18 at the Harrison Dillard Track.


For the women, sophomore Corin Bowen (Midland, MI/Bullock Creek) bested 13 other competitors in the 3,000-meter run with a time of 10:40.36, nearly five seconds ahead of the second-place finisher.


Sophomore Valoryn Whitelock (Lexington, OH/Lexington) won the 55m hurdles in 9.12 seconds, while junior Samantha Friedman (Beachwood, OH/Beachwood)was third in the 200m dash (28.09) and fourth in the 55m dash (7.82). At mid-distance, senior Alyssa Wozniak (Allison Park, PA/Deer Lakes) placed fourth in the 800m run with a time of 2:30.79.


For the men, senior Erik Williams (Detroit, MI/Detroit County Day) placed second in the 200m dash with a time of 23.87 and fourth in the 55m dash with a mark of 6.85. Freshman Nathan Smith finished fifth in the 800m run in 2:06.29. Junior Peter Walls (Anchorage, AK/Grace Christian) was runner-up in the mile run in 4:38.05 and was followed by sophomore Jonathan Frey (Chester, MD/Kent Island) and freshman Dishen Lin (Syosset, NY/Syosset) with respective times of 4:38.87 and 4:39.42.


Junior Chris Wade (Berea, OH/Berea) was runner-up in the 3000m with a time of 9:12.05 and freshman Corey Williams (Massillon, OH/Perry) was fourth in 9:26.59.


In the 55m hurdles, junior Nick Nelson (Urbana, OH/Urbana) placed second in 8.15 and was followed by another junior, Michael Cohara (Strongsville, OH/Strongsville), who took third in 8.63.


Sophomore Nick Errico (Londonberry, NH/Londonberry) was third in the pole vault with a mark of 12-11.50 and classmate Cameron Lee (New Brighton, MN/Irondale) was runner-up in the triple jump at 42-01.50


Hollinger’s Double-Double Not Enough as Spartan Women Fall to Emory

CLEVELAND, OH – Despite a 20-point, 11-rebound effort from junior forward Erin Hollinger (Chardon, OH/Chardon), the Case Western Reserve University women’s basketball team lost to Emory University (GA) by a score of 57-53 on Friday, February 18 at Horsburgh Gymnasium. 

The Spartans fall to 12-11 overall and 6-6 in the University Athletic Association. Emory snaps a three-game losing skid and improves to 10-13 (3-9 UAA).

In addition to Hollinger’s third double-double of the season, senior forward Caitlin Henry (Fairfax, VA/Robinson) scored eight points and is now just five shy of becoming the 11th woman in school history to reach 1,000 career points.

Emory was led by Hannah Lilly with 15 points, Becca Feldman with 10, and Danielle Landry with a game-high 14 rebounds.

In the first half, the Spartans moved ahead 14-10 when sophomore center Emily Mueller (Pittsburgh, PA/Upper St. Clair) beat the buzzer with a jumper at 11:38. The Eagles scored five straight and grabbed their first lead of 15-14 following a Lilly three-pointer with 10:42 left before half.  Each team then took turns with the lead before an 8-0 Emory run ending in a three-point play by Melissa Koike gave the Eagles a 27-21 advantage with 4:27 remaining before the break. Emory’s lead grew to a first-half high of seven as Courtney Von Stein hit two free throws to make the score 34-27 heading into intermission.

In the second half, Emory led the entire way and saw its advantage grow to eight on four separate occasions. The Spartans got to within three, at 42-39, following a triple by sophomore forward Marissa Miles (McDonald, PA/Fort Cherry) at 9:54. The Eagles answered with a 5-0 run to lead 47-39 as Landry scored a pair with 4:49 left to play. Case got as close as two, at 50-48, following a 9-3 run ending in a Hollinger layup with 37 seconds remaining. However, Emory was able to end the game on a 7-5 run with the help of five free throws.











Charles Pearce, Sean Murphy each turn 

both a hat trick and a playmaker as ND-

Latin bristles past Brush to sectional title 

game against US

Feb. 19, 2011 – 12:01 A.M.

 By Norm Weber

Student/Athlete-Cleveland Editor


 KENT – Her the sectionals, Notre Dame-Cathedral Latin has put together two strong  hig-offensive games back-back and now finds itself in the sectional finals of the State Hockey Tournaments, the latest a 12-0 blanking of Brush Friday night.

The Lions were able to get a pair of hat tricks, one from Charles Pearce and one from Sean Murphy, to account for half the goals on the way to face No. 1 seed a dn 12-time defending sectional champion University School, a 7-0 winner over Chagrin earlier this evening.

Also having multiple-goal games for ND-Latin were Ryan Manfred and Chris Pona, each with two lamplighters. Travis Wilson, who had a hat trick in a win over Nordonia Monday, and Mitchell Passalacqua also scored goals.


Murphy and Pearce also each had a playmaker, as did Wilson. Manfred, David Woodruff, Passalacqua, Chris Pona and Joe Graham also had assists.

Gabe Colwell had had 28 saves for Brush and Nick Pannito had eight for ND-Latin.

Oberlin Cross Country Teams Earn Academic Honors
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New Orleans – Over the past week, the Oberlin College cross country teams were honored by the United States Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association (USTFCCCA) for academic excellence. 

Both the men’s and women’s teams were named All-Academic squads for posting a minimum team GPA of 3.10 while recording a team score at the NCAA Regional Meet. The Yeomen checked in with a team GPA of 3.29, while the Yeowomen matched Kenyon for the highest GPA of NCAC schools at 3.51. 
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CSU basketball team on three game winning streak, 

playing at Detroit today

Feb. 19, 2011 – 12:01 A.M.
By Greg Murphy

Winners of three straight, Cleveland State closes out the road portion of its regular season schedule on Saturday (Feb. 19) when the Vikings play at Detroit at 2:00 p.m. in Calihan Hall. CSU enters the game with a 15-10 overall mark and in fourth place in the Horizon League at 8-6, just one-half game behind third place Wright State (8-5) after winning at WSU on Thursday night, 74-66.
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CSU men's basketball team to play at 

Old Dominion tomorrow

Feb. 19, 2011 – 12:01 A.M.

By Brian McCann

Cleveland State steps outside of Horizon League play for the final time during the regular season when the Vikings travel to Norfolk, Va. to face Old Dominion on Sunday, Feb. 20 beginning at 1:00 p.m. in the Ted Constant Center on the ODU campus.

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MAC Rebounding  and Scoring Leader, Solon's Kourtney Brown, comes home today to play against Kent State with her Buffalo mates; Hoover alumna Stephanie Gibson coming off  second perfect night at the line in a week for Flashes

Feb. 19, 2011 -- 12:01 a.m.

By Erin Dugan

Buffalo at Kent State, 2 pm

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Buffalo was one of just two MAC-East teams to post a winning record against the MAC-West in cross-division play. The Bulls went 4-2, notching wins against Central Michigan and Eastern Michigan. But Buffalo was unable to keep that momentum in returning to MAC-East play, falling to Akron Feb. 16, 71-67.

Kourtney Brown

Senior Kourtney Brown is the MAC leader in scoring (21.7 ppg) and rebounding (12.2 rpg). Brown leads in the scoring column by almost three points per game and one rebound per game over her nearest MAC opponent. Kent State held off a late Miami (Ohio) rally Thursday evening at Millet Hall as the Golden Flashes posted a 72-64 win over the RedHawks.


Steph Gibson

Five players were in double figures for Kent State, led by senior Ellie Shields' 18 points on 8-of-13 shooting. Sophomore Tamzin Barroilhet was one off her career high with 15 points, while senior Taisja Jones tallied 13 points. Seniors Jamilah Humes and Stephanie Gibson added 10 points apiece. Gibson was a perfect 8-of-8 at the free throw line to tie a career best. Senior Stephanie Gibson turned in her second 8-for-8 effort at the free throw line for the season Thursday at Miami (Ohio). For her career, Gibson ranks sixth in Kent State history for free throw percentage with 79.5 percent.


St. V. alumna Kara Murphy becomes Akron's all-time leading 

scorer; Hoban alum Rachel Tecca has 12th double-double; Akron 

native Tenishia Benson to host Zips in Athens  

Akron at Ohio, 2 pm
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Riding a three-game winning streak, the University of Akron women's basketball team will close a two-game road stint with Ohio on Saturday, Feb. 19. Tip-off at the Convocation Center is slated for 2 p.m. ET. The Zips are coming off a tight road victory at Buffalo in which senior Kara Murphy became the program's all-time leading scorer. 

Kara Murphy

The Zips earned their third-straight Mid-American Conference win and split the season series with the Bulls. Akron is now just one game behind Buffalo for third place in the MAC East. Junior Jasmine Mushington led Akron with 16 points, matching her career high. Murphy finished the night with 13 points and six rebounds, including an important 4-for-4 at the charity stripe in the waning minutes of the game. 

Rachel Tecca

Sophomore Rachel Tecca recorded her 12th double-double of the season with 13 points and 12 boards, and freshman Carly Young added 12 points, including a game-tying 3 with less than two minutes to play. Ohio has lost three games in a row, the last two on the road, and has only won three league games so far this season. 

Tenishia Benson


At home, the Bobcats are 4-9 overall and 1-5 in MAC play. Redshirt junior guard Tenishia Benson, an Akron native, is the only player averaging in double figures, scoring 13.0 ppg and pulling down a team-high 7.3 rpg. Senior forward Kamille Buckner is second in the league in blocks, swatting 1.8 per contest and totaling 45 for the season. Freshman Shavon Robinson, from Canton, adds 7.4 ppg and 3.6 rpg. As a team, OU ranks last in the league in scoring offense (54.4), scoring margin (-9.6), field goal percentage (.349), field goal percentage defense (.428), 3-point percentage (.235), and assist/turnover ratio (0.54).

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Spartan Swimming & Diving Takes Three Medals on Third Day of 2011 UAA Championships

By Nick Minerd

WEBSTER, NY – It was a medal-winning day for the Case Western Reserve University men’s and women’s swimming & diving teams as two athletes scored top-three finishes and another relay team took third on day three of the 2011 UAA Swimming and Diving Championships, hosted by the University of Rochester at the Webster Aquatic Center.

The Spartan men sit in fifth place as a team with 729.5 team points after three days of competition and 26 events. The women are currently in sixth with a tally of 530.5.

Freshman Maggie Dillione (Newtown, PA/Council Rock North) placed second overall in the 100-yard butterfly with her time of 57.51 to highlight the night for the Spartan women and earn All-UAA honors for the first time in her young career.

Also taking home individual All-UAA honors for the Spartans, senior Robby Browning (Grosse Pointe, MI/Grosse Pointe South) touched the wall in third place in the 100 backstroke to record an NCAA Provisional mark of 51.67 and earn his third medal of the meet.

The men’s foursome of seniors Browning and Peter Fino (Sterling Heights, MI/Detroit Jesuit), as well as freshmen Gus Bailey (Grove City, OH/Grove City) andNick Clyde (Ann Arbor, MI/Huron) took third in 1:33.46 to earn All-UAA honors. In the 200 medley relay, the women grabbed seventh-place on the strength of a time of 1:50.58.

In the men’s and women’s 800 freestyle relays, Case finished fifth overall with respective times of 7:07.82 (men) and 7:48.53 (women). 

Individually, Browning supplemented his third-place finish in the 100 back with a seventh-place showing in the 100 fly, recording a finals time of 51.65.

Clyde and another freshman, Karch Petersen (Nassau Bay, TX/Lutheran South Academy), finished eighth and tenth, respectively, in the 400 IM with times of 4:12.34 and 4:09.25.

Another standout rookie, Daniel Jacobson (Solon, OH/Solon), who placed runner-up on the one-meter board on Thursday, took home fifth-place in the three-meter dive with a final tally of 441.20.

Senior Jacquie Buckler (Brookfield, WI/Brookfield East) scored a sixth-place finish in the 100 breaststroke in 1:07.09. On the men’s side, Fino and Nickley grabbed back-to-back finishes of fourth and fifth-place. Nickley touched in a time of 57.91 to swipe fourth, while Fino was just behind in 58.29 to secure fifth position. 

 Yellow Jacket Swimming & Diving Teams Both Hold 

To Fourth Place After Day Two of OAC 


By Jeff Miller

BEREA, OHIO -- The Baldwin-Wallace College men and women’s swimming and diving teams completed day two (Friday, February 18) of the 2011 Ohio Athletic Conference Championship meet at the University of Akron’s Ocasek Natatorium in Akron. Each team continues to sit in fourth place.

Ohio Northern University’s men currently hold the lead with 220 points over John Carroll University (140), the University of Mount Union (96), B-W (90) and Wilmington College (35).  For the women, ONU has a leading total of 203 points followed by Mt. Union (142), JCU (97), B-W (89) and WC (42).

Highlighting the second day of competition were school records set in the men’s 400-meter individual medley, women’s 100-meter backstroke, women’s 1-meter dive and the men’s and women’s 100-meter breaststroke.

The men were led by senior Ryan Musille (Canton/ GlenOak) who broke his previous record in the men’s 100-meter breaststroke with a first place finish in a time of 57.76. Freshman Patrick Donohoe (Columbus/ Bishop Watterson) finished second and broke the previous school record as well in the 400-meter individual medley with a time of 4:13.22. Also for B-W, 6-time All-American Todd Richert (North Royalton) won the men’s 3-meter dive with a score of 476.85.

The women’s team was led by two freshman record-breaking efforts in Angela Musille (Canton/ GlenOak) and Emma Gerdes (Avon). Gerdes finished second in the 100-yard backstroke finishing in a record time of 59.59 and Musille was third in the 100-yard breaststroke in a time of 1:07.05, earning her a school record as well. Both women contributed to a women’s 200-yard medley relay victory, with the help of sophomore Gabby Parker (Girard, Pa./ Villa Maria Academy) and senior Lauren Schaefer (Westlake), finishing in a time of 1:50.44. Also, breaking her previous 1-meter diving record was 2-time All-American in sophomore Julie Pinter (Broadview Heights/ Brecksville-Broadview Hts.) earning a score of 490.40.

The top three individuals and the top two relay teams in each event earn All-OAC honors.

Top All-OAC finishers of the day for the men were Ryan Musille, Richert, and Donohoe. For the women, Gerdes, Angela Musille, Parker, Schaefer, and Pinter all earned All-OAC honors.

Avon Lake native Reid Anderson reaches the 1,000-

point mark fro Case Reserve

CLEVELAND, OH – Sophomore forward Austin Fowler (Farmington Hills, MI/Brother Rice) matched a career-high with 25 points and senior wing Reid Anderson (Avon Lake, OH/St. Edward) reached the 1,000-point mark for his career, but the Case Western Reserve University men’s basketball team lost to Emory University (GA), 83-64, on Friday, February 18 at Horsburgh Gymnasium. Prior to the game, CWRU honored its five men’s basketball senior student-athletes.

The Spartans have now dropped four in a row and sit at 8-15 overall and 4-8 in the University Athletic Association. Emory wins its sixth straight, improving to 19-4 overall and 10-2 in the UAA.

Fowler’s game-high 25 points were accompanied by seven rebounds. Anderson scored six and reached 1,000 career points with a free throw at 6:17 of the second half. In addition, freshman point guard Mike Byrne (Newton, PA/Holy Ghost) scored a career-high 13 points.

Emory had four players in double-figures, including Jake Davis with 22 points and a game-high 12 rebounds.

Case led for the opening minute as senior center Eric Duerr (Gibsonia, PA/Pine-Richland) hit a layup to make the score 4-0 at the 19:01 mark. Emory scored the next 14 in a row and led 14-4 when Davis hit a layup at 13:14. The Spartans were unable to get closer than nine the rest of the period as the Eagles went into the break with a 41-30 advantage.
In the second half, the Spartans opened with three in a row and trailed 41-33 following a 
Fowler three-point play with 19:29 left in the contest. Unfortunately, eight points was as close as Case could get. Emory quickly re-built its lead to double-figures and cruised to the 19-point victory.