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OSU product Prahalis has memorable pro debut in WNBA for Phoenix


Samantha Prahalis (courtesy of OSU)

Former Ohio State Buckeyes point guard Samantha Prahalis scored 12 points and dished out six assists in 30 minutes of action during her WNBA  debut for the Phoenix Mercury, a 105-83 loss to the defending league champions, Minnesota Lynx in Minneapolis.

Wearing a new number 7 in the pros, Prahalis made 4 of 7 shots from the field, 3 of 6 three-pointers, two rebounds, a steal and four turnovers.



Info courtesy of the WNBA & Phoenix Mercury

Kessel’s 20th goal helps Minnesota beat OSU hockey women


Amanda Kessel (courtesy of Minnesota athletics)

Amanda Kessel scored her 20th goal of the season, to lead the #2 Minnesota over Ohio State 3-1 in Minneapolis.

The win allowed the Gophers to sweep the two-game set in the Women’s Collegiate Hockey Association.

The Gophers are now 17-3-0, 11-3-0 WCHA. The Buckeyes dropped to 9-7-2, 6-7-1-1 WCHA.

Kessel’s goal came in the third period.


Info compiled from Minnesota & Ohio State athletics


Augustus leads Lynx to 2-0 edge after beating Atlanta in WNBA Finals


Seimone Augustus (courtesy of LSU athletics)

LSU product Seimone Augustus scored 36 points to fuel Minnesota’s second-half surge, and the Lynx moved to within one game of their first WNBA championship by beating the Atlanta Dream 101-95 in Game 2 of the league finals in Minneapolis.

Game 3 is set for Friday (tonight) in Atlanta.

Jessica Adair scored 13 points in 18 minutes for the Lynx.

Angel McCoughtry poured in 38 points for the Dream.


Info courtesy of WNBA & Minnesota Lynx

Brunson, Augustus lead Minnesota over Dream in WNBA Finals opener


Rebekkuh Brunson (courtesy of USA Basketball)

The Minnesota Lynx have taken control of the WNBA Finals by winning Game 1.

Rebekkuh Brunson scored 26 points and hauled in 11 rebounds and teammate Seimone Augustus knocked down 22 points to fuel the Lynx’s 88-74 win over the Atlanta Dream in the opening game  in Minneapolis.

The series is a best-of-5 games.

The Lynx put the game away with a 13-0 fourth quarter run.

Minnesota withstood a scoring barrage from Angel McCoughtry who scored 19 of her 33 points in the third quarter.

Info compiled from WNBA news

Indians place Sizemore on DL; Huff called up, beats Minnesota in Game 1


David Huff (file photo)

The Cleveland Indians put Grady Sizemore on the 15-day disabled list with a right knee contusion.

Taking Sizemore’s place on the 25-man roster was left-handed pitcher David Huff from Triple-A Columbus.

This mark’s the 6th time in Sizemore’s career that he has been on the MLB disabled list and the third time this season.

The 26-year-old Huff made his first 2011 start in the majors against the Minnesota Twins in Minneapolis. This year for the Columbus Clippers, he is 8-3 with a 3.86 ERA with 63 strikeouts in 17 starts. From June 8 to June 29, Huff won 5 straight starts going 5-0 with a 2.14 ERA.

When Huff was recalled on Monday, it was supposed to be a one-start-and-back-to Columbus. He had everything going against him, 2-5 record against the Twins lifetime, pitching in 90 degree heat. But Huff pitched so well that he got to stay after winning the game, 5-2, throwing seven scoreless innings, 88 pitches, allowing 5 hits, 2 walks and 5 strikeouts. He threw first-pitch strikes to 20 of 26 batters.


compiled from Cleveland Indians news

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