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Username Post: Women v Harvard        (Topic#21147)
dperry 
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02-10-18 08:14 PM - Post#247380    

Women open on a 14-2 run, forcing several turnovers. Time ouuuuuut, White!
David Perry
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To thee, Pennsylvania/All rivals must bow!!!"


 
penn nation 
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Re: Women v Harvard
02-10-18 08:31 PM - Post#247381    
    In response to dperry

Game is on ESPN3. Quakers up 27-10.

 
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Re: Women v Harvard
02-10-18 08:48 PM - Post#247385    
    In response to penn nation

45-21 at half. Possibly the best three-point performance this team's ever had, and almost certainly Nwokedi's; she's got at least four and maybe five or six. We are also disrupting Harvard's passing game something awful.
David Perry
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rbg 
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02-10-18 08:58 PM - Post#247387    
    In response to dperry

Seems like a two team race. With Penn's improved play, Tuesday's game at Princeton should be a really good contest.

 
dperry 
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02-10-18 09:07 PM - Post#247388    
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Early in the third, it's Harvard 29, Michelle Nwokedi 29. Actual score Penn 50-29
David Perry
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dperry 
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02-10-18 09:20 PM - Post#247389    
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61-33 after 3. Nwokedi with a round 30. Harvard making some of the dumbest passes ever.
David Perry
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To thee, Pennsylvania/All rivals must bow!!!"


 
dperry 
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Women v Harvard
02-10-18 09:31 PM - Post#247393    
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Harvard's best player, Jeannie Boehm, went down hard, grabbing her knee, and had to be helped off. Getting bad Carson Wentz flashbacks
David Perry
Penn '92
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Edited by dperry on 02-10-18 09:55 PM. Reason for edit: No reason given.

 
dperry 
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02-10-18 09:57 PM - Post#247404    
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Forget exact score now, as had to get to train, but won by about 20. Got to clear the bench in the 4th and get the starters rest for Tuesday night. Easily Nwokedi's best game this season.
David Perry
Penn '92
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To thee, Pennsylvania/All rivals must bow!!!"


 
11Quakers 
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02-11-18 03:18 PM - Post#247457    
    In response to dperry

The irony of Boehm playing for Harvard is Amaker cut her brother as soon as he came to Cambridge.

 
penn nation 
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02-11-18 03:23 PM - Post#247458    
    In response to 11Quakers

Any relation to the Dartmouth player?

New Trier sends a ton of students to the Ivies, and you usually see a bball player from there, but I don't ever recall Penn (or at least the men's team, at any rate) having a player from New Trier.

 
Ancient Quaker 
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02-11-18 10:54 PM - Post#247497    
    In response to penn nation

Dave Tritton?

 
penn nation 
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02-11-18 11:01 PM - Post#247498    
    In response to Ancient Quaker

I had to Google that name to even know what you were talking about.

Sparkling career.

 
Ancient Quaker 
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02-12-18 09:45 AM - Post#247513    
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I assume you are referring to his basketball career at Penn, which was brief and nondescript.

However, he has apparently had a fine career in the insurance industry, culminating in his current position as a Adjunct Professor at Temple University’s Fox School of Business MBA Program.

Nonetheless, he does not (yet) appear on the list of most famous New Trier alumni, which can be found at:

www.ranker.com/list/famous-new-trier -high-school-a...

This list is quite impressive, but I note that they make no distinction between East and West Trevians.

 
Albert08 
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02-12-18 11:47 AM - Post#247523    
    In response to penn nation

Yes, Connor Boehm is her older brother. His teammate at New Trier was Steven Cook, who played pretty well for Princeton for 4 years.

 
penn nation 
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02-12-18 12:03 PM - Post#247525    
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  • Ancient Quaker Said:

This list is quite impressive, but I note that they make no distinction between East and West Trevians.



I can think of several reasons for that. The first is that until the 60s there was only one New Trier and was called just that.

The second is that there was only a relatively short period when East and West both operated as separate 4 year campuses for all students in the district.


 
73Quaker 
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02-14-18 10:37 PM - Post#247891    
    In response to penn nation

FWIW, Tritton is from the Cleveland area,

 
rbg 
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02-24-18 05:57 PM - Post#249233    
    In response to 73Quaker

Tough 55-52 loss for the women against Harvard last night.

Harvard rushed out to a 22-12 lead after 1 quarter and 27-12 a minute later. Quakers regrouped to get it down to 4 at halftime and 41-41 tie after 3.

Harvard went up 7 with 2:30 to go, but Penn came back to 3 make it 3 with 1:19 to go and again with 16 seconds left. Penn got the ball back with 9 seconds left, but Anna Ross missed a three at the buzzer.

Parker had 14 and 8. Nwokedi had 11 boards, but only 6 points on 3-13 shooting (0-3 from three). As a team, they shot 30% from three and 36% from two.

Taylor Rooks had 21 points and 12 boards, while Jeannie Boehm recovered from her injury in the earlier Penn game to put up 10 points, 9 rebounds and 5 blocks. Syndey Skinner came off the bench to add 12 points.

Harvard played a much better game and was strong inside. As a team, they had 9 blocks, 8 steals and forced 15 turnovers.

Penn played much better defense in the second and third quarters, and parts of the fourth. The offense again struggled against a good team. Even with that, they only lost by 3 to a team that is 11-0 at home.

The Quakers are now 8-3, two games back of Princeton and one game ahead of Harvard & Yale. They play 5th place Dartmouth in a few minutes and need to win that one to stay in 2nd place.


 
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