Spring 2006: Women’s 4v4 League Champs: Black Mambas

    Showtime in CambridgeMambas 2nd Half Fast Break Runs Circles Round Hoosiers to Capture the Title
    Black Mambas 55 Hoosiers 36

    The highly anticipated Women's League Championship kicked off last night as the two teams left, battled to become written into the illustrious CRFC history book as the inagural Women's League Champs.  Things didnt look good for the Mambas Early on as Lauren Kelly got a flat tire driving home from her weekend vaa k, so they had to start the game with out their best scorer.  This allowed the Hoosiers to keep it a game in the first half as Tiffany Jones (20pts) found a bunch of different ways to put the ball in the bucket.  Midway through the first half, playoff MVP, Lauren Kelly (20pts) showed up, after leaving her car on the Pike to run to the gym.  It was only 12 miles, but as modest as Lauren is, she would probably only tell people it was about 11.5.   But, anyways, with Lauren showing up, the Mambas managed a 1 point lead at the half.  In the beginning of the second half, the Hoosiers hung tough.  As usual, Anna Furman provided all of the hustle work, while Debra, Kate BG, and Abby combined for 16 points.  However, unfortunately for the Hoosiers, the lethal Mamba LA Laker Showtime fast break erupted with about 12 minutes to play.  Led by this season's best all around point guard, Rhiannon Lee (12asst 12pts), the Mambas began their patteneded strike.  As soon as the Mambas got a turnover or a rebound, Rhiannon had no trouble finding Eliza Floyd (10pts) or Darcy Kelly (13pts) in transition.  In the set offense, Lauren Kelly, new official nickname "the camper" for her residence in the paint, was unstoppable in the post.  Doing it in back to back games, plus with her drama before the championship game earned Lauren or "the Camper", Playoff MVP honors.  Before everyone knew it, the Mamba fast break had them up 20 with the Hoosier D scratching their heads to figure out what happened to the one point game.  Congradulations to both teams for tremendous seasons and for helping to get the league off the ground.  We look forward to seeing both teams back in the Fall to continue the spectacular play.  Again, congrats to Rhiannon's Black Mambas for a stellar season and don't get lazy in the off season, you got the bullzeye on your backs now to defend in the fall!!!

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    Showtime in Cambridge/Mambas 2nd Half Fast Break Runs Circles Round Hoosiers to Capture the Title!

    The highly anticipated Women's League Championship kicked off last night as the two teams left, battled to become written into the illustrious CRFC history book as the inagural Women's League Champs.  Things didnt look good for the Mambas Early on as Lauren Kelly got a flat tire driving home from her weekend vaa k, so they had to start the game with out their best scorer.  This allowed the Hoosiers to keep it a game in the first half as Tiffany Jones (20pts) found a bunch of different ways to put the ball in the bucket.  Midway through the first half, playoff MVP, Lauren Kelly (20pts) showed up, after leaving her car on the Pike to run to the gym.  It was only 12 miles, but as modest as Lauren is, she would probably only tell people it was about 11.5.   But, anyways, with Lauren showing up, the Mambas managed a 1 point lead at the half.  In the beginning of the second half, the Hoosiers hung tough.  As usual, Anna Furman provided all of the hustle work, while Debra, Kate BG, and Abby combined for 16 points.  However, unfortunately for the Hoosiers, the lethal Mamba LA Laker Showtime fast break erupted with about 12 minutes to play.  Led by this season's best all around point guard, Rhiannon Lee (12asst 12pts), the Mambas began their patteneded strike.  As soon as the Mambas got a turnover or a rebound, Rhiannon had no trouble finding Eliza Floyd (10pts) or Darcy Kelly (13pts) in transition.  In the set offense, Lauren Kelly, new official nickname "the camper" for her residence in the paint, was unstoppable in the post.  Doing it in back to back games, plus with her drama before the championship game earned Lauren or "the Camper", Playoff MVP honors.  Before everyone knew it, the Mamba fast break had them up 20 with the Hoosier D scratching their heads to figure out what happened to the one point game.  Congradulations to both teams for tremendous seasons and for helping to get the league off the ground.  We look forward to seeing both teams back in the Fall to continue the spectacular play.  Again, congrats to Rhiannon's Black Mambas for a stellar season and don't get lazy in the off season, you got the bullzeye on your backs now to defend in the fall!!!

    Black Mambas
    Player PTS DRB ORB AST STL Blk TURN FTA FTM FTP 3P 3PM 3PP
    Darcy Kelly133221006350% 00NA
    Eliza Floyd1042110000NA 00NA
    Lauren Kelly20114201022100% 00NA
    Rhiannon Lee1230840000NA 00NA

    Hoosiers
    Player PTS DRB ORB AST STL Blk TURN FTA FTM FTP 3P 3PM 3PP
    Anna Furman031101000NA 00NA
    Debra Freeman71210002150% 00NA
    Kate Billman-Golemme824110000NA 00NA
    Tiffany Jones2041250010880% 00NA

Standings Spring 2006 Women's League Thru Week 13
PTeamRecord%StreakGBPFPA
1G Bears8-20.800W6043.5541.64
2Black Mambas7-30.700W6149.2338.50
3Hustle & Flow7-30.700W3145.1843.36
4Hoosiers5-50.500W1343.5441.77
5Crimson3-70.300W1537.0044.73
6Sober Cobras0-100.000L10830.7042.18
Points Per Game
1Tiffany Jones
Hoosiers
23.25
2Callie Durbrow
G Bears
20.20
3Lauren Kelly
Black Mambas
18.50
4Jessica Hurt
Crimson
17.33
5Caryn Weydemeyer
Hustle & Flow
14.50
6Nikki Leckie
Hustle & Flow
11.56
7Rhiannon Lee
Black Mambas
10.80

Player Rater
1Tiffany Jones
Hoosiers
59.138
2Jessica Hurt
Crimson
55.569
3Callie Durbrow
G Bears
53.7010
4Lauren Kelly
Black Mambas
48.638
5Caryn Weydemeyer
Hustle & Flow
43.0010
6Rhiannon Lee
Black Mambas
42.9510
7Nikki Leckie
Hustle & Flow
39.569
8Abby Greshik
Hoosiers
33.3010
9Lauren Checci
Black Mambas
30.437
10Lindsay Barnes
G Bears
30.217

Rebounds Per Game
1Jessica Hurt
Crimson
12.67
2Callie Durbrow
G Bears
11.00
3Tiffany Jones
Hoosiers
10.50
4Caryn Weydemeyer
Hustle & Flow
9.40
5Lindsay Barnes
G Bears
9.00
6Nikki Leckie
Hustle & Flow
8.89
7Lauren Kelly
Black Mambas
8.25

3s Per Game
1Hallie Spierings Van Der Wolk
G Bears
0.00nan%
1Anna Furman
Hoosiers
0.00nan%
1Jessica Hurt
Crimson
0.00nan%
1Lindsay Barnes
G Bears
0.00nan%
1Tara Kelly
Hustle & Flow
0.00nan%
1Eliza Floyd
Black Mambas
0.00nan%
1Lauren Checci
Black Mambas
0.00nan%
1Caryn Weydemeyer
Hustle & Flow
0.00nan%
1Kate Billman-Golemme
Hoosiers
0.00nan%
1Tara Ross
Crimson
0.00nan%
1Rhiannon Lee
Black Mambas
0.00nan%
1Abby Greshik
Hoosiers
0.00nan%
1Gretchen Earle
Sober Cobras
0.00nan%
1Callie Durbrow
G Bears
0.00nan%
1Nikki Leckie
Hustle & Flow
0.00nan%

Assists Per Game
1Rhiannon Lee
Black Mambas
6.30
2Jessica Hurt
Crimson
3.33
3Callie Durbrow
G Bears
3.20
4Caryn Weydemeyer
Hustle & Flow
2.90
5Nikki Leckie
Hustle & Flow
2.56
6Eliza Floyd
Black Mambas
2.43
7Tiffany Jones
Hoosiers
2.38