Messiah softball defeated Arcadia 3-0 to win the MAC Commonwealth title on Sunday afternoon. Joy Kolakowski was named tournament MVP after a solid performance pitching the complete game shutout and allowing just three hits. Samantha Esper and Haylee Anders each led the Falcon offense with two hits each.
Messiah women's lacrosse defeated Lebanon Valley 12-8 to win the MAC Commonwealth championship. Kendra Herbenar was named tournament MVP, while Courtney Wagner and Jamie Bishop Tallied two goals each in the win.
Messiah men's tennis nabbed the MAC Commonwealth title with a 5-0 shutout of Lebanon Valley. No.1 doubles Tim Dunn and Connor Graybeal started things off with a 8-4 win and Galen Fitzkee and Alex Mantsevich (No. 2 doubles) followed close behind, winning 8-5. Andrew Bookman and Keller Martin picked up an 8-6 victory.
Shippensburg baseball clinched the fourth and final spot in next week’s PSAC Tournament on Saturday by finishing a four-game sweep of East rival Kutztown, winning Game 1 13-7 and Game 2 5-3. Senior players combined for nine hits and seven RBIs in the doubleheader.
Shippensburg men and women's track finished first (171 points for the men, 156 points for the women) at the PSAC Outdoor Championships. Tra-C Davis and Johnathon Stiles both nabbed wins on Saturday, and Shippensburg had multiple place-winners in nine events.
Dickinson men's lacrosse notched the 9-8 win over Gettysburg in the Centennial Conference championship on Saturday at Shirk Field at Musselman Stadium to take home the title. Tyler Strods tallied five goals in the win, while Jack O'Connell tallied two.