The Daily Demon November 20th
Nov. 19, 2012
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Today In Blue Demon History:
On November 19th 2004, the women's basketball team defeated Murray State 96-58 in the Moran Realty Classic. DePaul jumped out to a 16-2 lead on two free throws by Jenni Dant and two lay-ups by Khara Smith in the first five minutes of the game. Another Smith short jumper pushed the advantage 36-10 with just under eight minutes left in the first period. Click Here for the full story.
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Men's Basketball: Mention the word “Cancun” and visions of luxury resorts, sun-kissed beaches, the turquoise waters of the Caribbean Sea, excursions to the Yucatan jungle or the inspiring ruins of ancient Mayan civilization quickly come to mind.But to the Blue Demons who are jetting down Sunday to this vacation paradise on the eastern tip of Mexico, their thoughts are filled with a different kind of recreation.They would like nothing better than to return home on Thanksgiving Day having won the Cancun Challenge preseason tournament.Click Here for the full story.
The Blue Demons played with passion and fire in a 98-67 victory over Austin Peay at Allstate Arena in the second round of the Cancun Challenge.Click Here for the full story.
Women's Basketball: After waiting for what must have seemed like a long seven days, the Blue Demons didn’t waste any time getting back to DePaul ball.Jasmine Penny and Brittany Hrynko ignited a fast start that resulted in a 68-51 victory over Howard Saturday night at McGrath-Phillips Arena. Click Here for the full story.
Junior Vesela Zapryanova made a bit of DePaul volleyball history on Thursday, as the outside hitter garnered a Second Team All-BIG EAST selection. She is the first Blue Demon in program history to earn all-conference honors in the BIG EAST. Click Here for the full story.