February 14, 2000
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Rivermen upset Norse 65-57
Defensive effort, consistent offense lead to victory over No. 12 in the nation

It was the most exciting home game of the season as Anthony Love added two free throws with 0:10 left in the game to stamp an exclamation point on the Rivermen's upset victory over the 12th-ranked team in the nation, Northern Kentucky, 65-57.
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Riverwomen split two with Kentucky rivals
The women's basketball team trailed Northern Kentucky in the first half 29-43 and was unable to recover from the 14-point deficit as UM-St. Louis lost 63-93.

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Gilbertson remains unstoppable on ice
From the first time he split a defense to light up the scorebox, to his St. Peters select squad, to his high school days at Francis Howell, to his current campaign with the Rivermen, sophomore Ben Gilbertson has been to hockey what Alexander the Great was to the ancient world: unstoppable.

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Rivermen's winning should be reflected in attendance
Rivermen basketball has started off incredibly well, as Dave Kinworthy points out, but the teams depend on the support from the crowds, making it even more important for fans to attend.

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Palmer thrashes hockey team 11-5, forces a must-win against ISU
With two games remaining on the Rivermen's ice hockey schedule, the post-season still looks rather fuzzy. Due to its 11-5 setback at the hands of Palmer University, UM-St. Louis will have to play at the top of its game to qualify for the Mid-American Collegiate Hockey Association tournament.

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Swinging for the fences . . .
Ken Griffey Jr. will now be playing for the Cincinnati Reds, and with this in mind Chris Bunce points out some of the effects this trade will have on the National League.

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