Dickinson women's basketball got a 10th straight double-double from Kassidy Lesher (12 points, 16 rebounds) in a 61-30 road win at Bryn Mawr.
Dickinson women's swimming went 2-1 in a weekend quad-meet, beating Cabrini and SUNY New Paltz and falling to Franklin & Marshall. Olivia Lyman won the 1,000 and 500 free and finished second in the 200 free. Hannah Griffith won the 100 and 200 breaststroke, Katie Schmidt won the 200 back, and Molly Sternick won the 100 butterfly.
Messiah women's basketball crushed Alvernia 71-21. Kaitlyn Hoff finished with 16 points and is now seven away from 1,000 for her career. Camp Hill grad Leah Springer had seven points. Alecia Rohrer had another double-double (15 points, 12 boards).
Messiah women's swimming went 2-0 in their tri-meet, getting wins from the 400 medley relay, Britta Heath (1,000 free), Cassie Cotton (200 free, 100 free, 100 fly), Nicea McCabe (100 breast) and Sarah Woods (200 breast). Men's swimming split their tri-meet, getting wins from Andrew Leeper (50 free) and Nolan McArdle (200 IM).
Freshmen Ariel Jones scored a career-high 36 points in Shippensburg women's basketball's 85-78 win over Mercyhurst.
Dustin Sleva tallied 15 points and 10 boards, John Castello went for 16 and 10, and Shippensburg beat Mercyhurst 66-56, beating the top PSAC defense in the process.
Shippensburg softball beat West Virginia State in comeback fashion 5-4 thanks to Kayla Bonawitz going 3-for-4 with two runs and an RBI.
Shippensburg indoor track and field was split up Saturday. Freshmen Austin Padmore won the men's 800 at the Youngstown State Mid-Major Invitational to pick up their only individual win. At the Susquehanna Open, Cam Strohe won with a PR in the weight throw with a 51-3. Austin Shupp won the long jump with a 22-1, then finished second in the 60 hurdles in 8.37. The women didn't win any events at Youngstown State, but Ava Bonetti's 45-2.25 in the shot put was a PR and good for fourth.