Campus Recreation Sports Report 11/18/2011


Danny Marcus knocked down eight 8-pointers for the Lee Hall Ballers en route to a decisive 44-point win over the Swackers in the first round of the playoffs. If the Lee Hall Ballers can bypass Coach V in the quarterfinals, they will faceoff with overall No. 2 seed Beach Season in the final four.

The supersonic, the tournament’s No. 1 seed cruised past the Bridge St. Elite in their first matchup, winning 50-26.

Twelfth-seeded Space Jam All-Stars continued their surprising tournament run by upending Pippen Ain’t Easy and can advance to the final four with another upset win over the 518 Ballers.

In the Co-Rec Division, Jim Lahey’s Squad will meet the winner of Swagger and Seventh Floor Flow in the title game.



Brianna Brogan gave Back Dat Pass Up the victory over the Rolltiders in the Co-Rec Competitive Division with a third-period goal that followed a scramble in front of the net. Chris MacRae added an insurance goal, making the final score 2-0.

John Gerstenberger recorded three goals for team Deezil Dutchz of the Co-Rec Competitive Division, who improved to 4-0-0 with a win over the Wolfpack. Deezil Dutchz will be the No. 3 seed in the playoffs.

In men’s Competitive action, SAE topped the Baum Haters, 8-1, while the Oswego Mafia defeated the Big Daddy’s, 4-1.



Kevin Morgan tallied a whopping nine goals for the LHN Bros in an 11-4 win over the HABS, who moved to 1-2-1 in the men’s Recreational Division with the win. The scoring onslaught earned Morgan Campus Recreation co-player of the week.

The men’s Recreational Division also saw an impressive performance from Tom Witkowski of the Scoregasms, who recorded four goals in a 6-6 tie with Rick Jeanneret.

In the men’s Competitive Division, the Strokers and the Baum Haters kept pace with each other after getting victories to remain tied atop Division Two at 4-1-0.



Lee Hall closes at 4 p.m. on Tuesday, Nov. 22 for Thanksgiving break. It will reopen at 9 a.m. on Monday, Nov. 28. Swetman gym is closed Tuesday Nov. 22 through noon on Monday, Nov. 28.

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One thought on “Campus Recreation Sports Report 11/18/2011

  1. I’d like to read about the women’s club ice hockey team, they are playing awesome, winning lots of games but no news about them why?

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