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  • Shippensburg women's swimming got finished second and third in the 100 breaststroke at the PSAC Championships on Friday. Their prelim times, 1:03.40 for O'Toole and 1:04.09 for Johnson, broke the school record. Sophomore men's swimmer Jeff Beyer finished second in the 500 free (4:35.90). Callum Hamel finished ninth in the 100 breast (57.89), winning the consolation final.
  • Three Ship wrestlers made the second day of the NCAA Division II Super Region One Championships: senior Evan Ramos (No. 2 in the nation in 197), sophomore Derek Berberick (285) and Cole Rush (141). Ramos had a bye, then won 14-0 in the next round. Berberick took a second-round loss, but beat Ryan Appleby (Kutztown) in consolations. Rush also went 2-1.
  • Camp Hill grad Michael Hope picked up his second save of the year as Ship baseball beat Slippery Rock 2-0. Nick Spangler and Tommy Baggett each had two hits (one for extra bases) and a run scored. Gabe Mosser struck out seven in six innings of work.
  • Shippensburg women's lacrosse beat Shepherd 14-6 behind Alana Cardaci's second straight hat trick. 
  • Dickinson men's squash claimed the top seed in the Summers Cup (C Division) bracket at the College Squash Association Team Championships. Alex Wattles, Cory Litman, Frank Goossens, Tanay Murdia, Finn Trimble, Sergio Martin and Osuman Imouro picked up wins in the Red Devils' 7-2 victory over Amherst.
  • Dickinson's Will Freeman claimed silver in the men's 200 IM at the Centennial Conference Swimming Championships. He helped the 200 free relay to fifth. On the women's side, Olivia Lyman won her third straight 500 free title. 
  • Messiah wrestling sent seven to the Division III Southeast Regional semifinals: Hunter Harris (133), Stephen Maloney (149), Kevin Edwards (157), Jeff Hojnacki (165), Ben Swarr (174), Derek Beitz (184) and Northern grad Kyle Koser (197).
  • Messiah women's basketball picked up five All-MAC Commonwealth honors on Friday, including Coach of the Year for Mike Miller. Kaitlyn Hoff and Alecia Rohrer were named First Team, while Camp Hill product Leah Springer and Maci Thornton were named Second Team.
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