Wright State Roundup
UC, which entered the game shooting 41.5 percent and averaging 62.2 points, looked like a different team – and not just because it was missing four players. "We came out and just played," said Wright, who scored 12 points and had eight assists. "Since we were small, we were just going out there and just play hard and leave it all on the floor. Whatever happens happens. Everybody was free to play their game and nobody cared. Coach just let us play."
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"The next week is going to be critical with some game-speed repetitions, and we’ll see if he continues to progress," Jones said. "Each day he gets better and better. The big thing we’re monitoring with his limited activity right now is the amount of swelling. The swelling has really been controlled, but it’s really too early to tell if he’ll be able to go or not."
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Moeller junior linebacker Shane Jones has been offered by UC, according to Moeller coach John Rodenberg.
The University of Cincinnati women’s basketball team (6-3, 0-1) held the lead for the majority of the game, but came up short when it lost its BIG EAST opener to No. 13/14 Louisville (9-2, 1-0), 64-59, on Wednesday, Dec. 14. Four players scored in double figures for the Bearcats, including Bjonee Reaves (San Bernardino, Calif./Cajon/Neosho County (Kan.)) who led all scorers with 18 points, while Tiffany Turner (Marlton, N.J./Cherokee) recorded her second double-double this season with 11 points and 11 boards.
A disappointing result for the Lady Bearcats. Since starting the season 6-0 UC has dropped their last three games by a combined 22 points.
University of Cincinnati volleyball standouts Missy Harpenau (Cincinnati, Ohio/Mother of Mercy) and Jordanne Scott (Indianapolis, Ind./Lawrence North) were named to the American Volleyball Coaches Association (AVCA) all-America honorable mention team on Wednesday (Dec. 14).
Fun fact of the day Scott and Harpenau are the 10th and 11th AVCA All Americans since 2003