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  • Cumberland Valley grad Katie Wingert, a freshman catcher at Rutgers, smacked a walk-off home run Tuesday in the Scarlet Knights' extra-inning win over Maryland. The victory (8-7) was the second in the day over the Terrapins. She has 15 homers already this season and is batting .307 with 40 RBIs and 26 runs.
  • Messiah's Esther Seeland and Alyssa McMinn were named the MAC Women's Track Athlete of the Week and Field AOTW, respectively, Monday. Benjamin Schott earned the men's Track AOTW honors after breaking the conference record in the 3,000 steeplechase. Seeland's award is her second this season after running a MAC-leading 800 time, and McMinn was third in the discus at the Larry Ellis Invitational.
  • Their teammate, Taylor Wiederrecht, was in third place in the women's heptathlon after one day at the 125th Penn Relays. She finished third last year. She has the long jump, javelin and 800 still to finish Thursday.
  • Messiah women's tennis moved to 5-0 in the MAC Commonwealth with an 8-0 sweep of Hood College. 
  • Dickinson softball swept Muhlenberg by scores of 5-1 and 1-0. Maggie McConneywas 1-for-3 with two RBIs, a double and a run in the first game. And Carlisle grad Hannah Seburn had the game-winning RBI double in the fourth and finished 1-for-2 in the game.
  • Max Matilsky hit a solo homer and scored another run in Dickinson baseball's 13-4 loss to Muhlenberg.
  • Shippensburg's Zarria Williams was named the PSAC Women's Field Athlete of the Week after posting the second best long jump mark in the nation (6.12 meters). 
  • Jack Goertzen hit a solo bomb, but SU baseball dropped a 5-3 game to IUP that was cut short in the sixth due to storms.
  • Shippensburg hired Leslie Smith as an assistant coach for the field hockey team. She was an assistant at Colby College (Maine).

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