The Daily Demon February 6
Feb. 6, 2013
Continue the tradition of Blue Demon Day.
Let's come together as the women's basketball team faces Notre Dame on Feb. 24 at 2:30 p.m. CST at the McGrath-Phillips Arena. Join us for the pregame reception and game as we bring the blue! Can't make it to Chicago? Tune into ESPNU to catch the game. No matter where you are, be sure to cheer the women's basketball team to victory
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Today In Blue Demon History:
On February 6 2009, Natasha Williams had 16 points and 10 rebounds to lead No. 25/25 DePaul to a 57-51 victory over Georgetown in BIG EAST Conference action at McGrath Arena. Sam Quigley had 15 points, five assists and four steals as the Blue Demons (18-5, 6-3 BIG EAST) won their fifth straight. Williams also had four blocks, while Felicia Chester added 10 rebounds..Click Here for the full story.
Mark Your Calendars:
Downtown Demon Luncheon Friday February 15th, Click Here to register!
DePaul has battled back late in games this season, but Tuesday night's rough stretch in the second half was just too much to overcome.The Blue Demons dropped a 94-71 BIG EAST Conference game to Villanova at Allstate Arena in which the hot-shooting Wildcats took command with a 28-9 run.. Click Here for the full story.
he DePaul women's basketball puts is 11-game McGrath-Phillips Arena winning streak on the line when Seton Hall visits Lincoln Park for a 7 p.m. BIG EAST Conference clash on Wednesday. The ninth series meeting between the two programs will be carried on DePaul's BlueTube with Cami Padilla and Patricia Babcock McGraw calling the action courtside. Gametracker is also available while in-game notes and scoring updates can be followed at www.twitter.com/DePaulWBBSID.Click Here for the full story.
After a 3-0 weekend at number one singles, DePaul women's tennis freshman Matea Cutura was named BIG EAST Player of the Week by the league office on Tuesday.
The award was the first of Cutura's young career as the Zagreb, Croatia-native continues a standout rookie season for the No. 71 Blue Demons.Click Here for the full schedule and story.