Shippensburg baseball swept Lock Haven for the second consecutive day to complete a four-game series sweep Saturday afternoon. Shippensburg took Game 1 2-1 over Lock Haven behind another strong outing from Zack Sims, who picked up his second win of the week and his sixth win of the year. The Raiders tallied 22 hits in Game 2 to take down the Bald Eagles 21-3. Tommy Baggett and Drew Bene finished with four hits on the day.
Dickinson women's golf captured the team title at the Red Devil All-American Classic, played at the U.S. Army War College Barracks Course on Saturday behind a career-best 81 from senior Lisi Mueller. Mueller tied for fourth in the individual standings, matching scores with first-year Olivia Brown, while Caroline Gabriele and Emily Rieder carded rounds of 86.
Dickinson men's lacrosse defeated Swarthmore 15-6 behind five goals from Dylan Maher and a hat trick from Joel Mayo, while Brodie Phillips tallied two goals in the win.
Dickinson women's lacrosse rolled past Swarthmore 15-9. Erika Bloes tallied five goals, while Anne Dunster tallied four goals and Eleanor Kaestner notched two.
The Messiah men's track & field notched a first-place finish in the Messiah Invitational Saturday with a total of 152 points. Matthew Royer placed first in the 800 with a time of 1:55.23 and the 1500 proved to be a clean sweep for the Falcons. Benjamin Schott took first place with a time of (4:00.64) while Alex Scheib (4:00.92) and Tyler McFeaters (4:02.92) placed second and third.
Messiah softball dominated Stevenson in a doubleheader sweep with scores of 8-1 in Game 1 and 12-0 in Game 2. Erin Cressman finished 5-7 with six RBIs, two runs and two home runs on the day. Haylee Anders went 7-7 with three RBIs and two runs scored, while Carrie Fix had five hits on the day including going 3-3 in game two.
Messiah women's lacrosse downed Stevenson 10-7 behind five goals from Courtney Wagner. Jamie Bishop added two goals in the win, while Eliza Lortie, Abby Howard and Annika Johnsen added one goal each in the win.