The Daily Demon February 18

Feb. 18, 2013

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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 18, 2002 The men's and women's indoor track and field teams competed in the Chicagoland Indoor Championships and finished in the top half of the field. The women finished sixth out of 14 team with 50 points, while the men's team, who finished with 43.50 points, placed seventh out of 16 teams.

On the women's side, junior Katie Sullivan who improved her own school record in the high jump with a first place jump of 5'06.00. Sophomore Shelley Knight was victorious in the 800 meter with a season-best time of 2:21.72. Knight was followed by sophomore Leah Rygh who finished fourth in the event posting a time of 2:24.21. The Blue Demons were well represented in the weight throw with three throws landing in the top five. Senior Montia Gardner finished second (53'01), junior Susan Stoffel was third (49'02.50) and junior Megan Greeley finished fifth (46'03.25).Click Here for the full story.



Mark Your Calendars:

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Sports Reports:

Men's Basketball: The smallest guy on the court came up so huge for DePaul on Saturday. Worrell Clahar's career-high 19 points and the biggest rebound of the game in the waning moments catapulted the Blue Demons to a 75-69 BIG EAST Conference victory over Rutgers at Allstate Arena. Click Here for the full story.

Track and Field: Stellar performances by the relay teams along with strong finishes in the women’s 1000-meter run and the men’s 400-meter dash highlighted the BIG EAST Indoor Track & Field Championships for DePaul on Sunday. Click Here for the full story.

Softball: After the latest setback, you can imagine DePaul softball coach Eugene Lenti looking up at the sky and saying: "Houston, we have a problem."DePaul's 9-0 loss in six innings to undefeated No. 6/6 Texas on Sunday was the Blue Demons' fifth in a row after opening the season 4-1.Click Here for the full updates on all of the games this past weekend.

Women's Basketball:The DePaul women’s basketball team shot just 24.6 percent in its 81-55 loss at No. 10/11 Louisville on Sunday at the KFC YUM! Center. Click Here for the full story.

Women's Tennis: A succesful road weekend came to a close as No. 71 DePaul women's tennis wrapped up back-to-back wins away from Lincoln Park with a 6-1 decision, defeating Michigan State on Sunday at the MSU Indoor Tennis Facility.Click Here for the full story.

Men's Tennis: The DePaul men's tennis team continued to roll at home, defeating visiting Toledo 4-3 on Saturday at Lakeshore Sport & Fitness. Click Here for the full story.

Golf: Fighting not only the Bobcats, the DePaul men’s golf team also battled chilly, windy and raining conditions in its match against Ohio University on Saturday at the Chechessee Creek Club. Ohio took the match-play round 4-1. Click Here for the full story.

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