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  • Cumberland Valley grad and St. Francis men's volleyball outside hitter Michael Fisher was named to the Eastern Intercollegiate Volleyball Association First Team on Tuesday after leading SFU to a 15-13 record with 375 kills.
  • The PSAC announced its winter 2018-19 Top 10 Awards on Wednesday, with Clarion's Christina Sather (Cumberland Valley) and Shippensburg's Abby Wagner earning two of the five spots on the women's side. The awards are given to athletes in the conference who excel in their sport and in the classroom. Sather won her second NCAA Division II diving championship and carried a 3.61 GPA, and Wagner was sixth in the nation in the triple jump while carrying a 3.82 GPA.
  • Shippensburg held its fifth annual mid-week invite on Wednesday. The Raiders had a strong showing in an event that featured all three local colleges. SU men swept the top four spots in the 100, led by Chris Craig. Other SU men's winners included: Aaron Arp (200), Dominic Stroh (800), Josh Jackson (3,000 steeplechase), 4x100 relay, 4x400 relay, Charles Bowman (110, 400 hurdles), Shamar Jenkins (triple jump), Cam Strohe (hammer) and Alex Stimson (javelin). On the women's side, winners included: Ali Wyland (100), Mechanicsburg grad Rachel Bruno (400), 4x100 relay, Isabella Marchini (5,000), Tatiana Purnell (400 hurdles), Ariel Jones (high jump), Sarah Bourdon (pole vault), Zarria Williams (long jump) and Abby Wagner (triple jump). Dickinson's Allyson Yanega and Sarah Yanega went 1-2 in the women's 800, Isabel Cardi won the 1500 and Sarah House won the 3,000. On the men's side, Bryce Descavish won the 3,000, Eric Herrmann won the 1500 and Christopher Scharf won the 5,000. Messiah's Alex Scheib was second in the 800, and Adam Barley claimed silver in the 5,000. On the women's side, Ellissa Slader ran a 25.92 for the fifth-best mark in Falcons history to win the 200, and the 4x400 relay also won. Abby McMinn won the 100 hurdles and Boiling Springs grad Leanne Weaver was third in the 400 hurdles. 
  • Greta Holt scored four goals in Dickinson women's lacrosse's 15-11 loss at Gettysburg.
  • Messiah women's lacrosse thumped Hood 18-7 thanks to four goals apiece from Abigail Evans and Abby Howard. Both had an assist as well.
  • Alana Cardaci scored three goals in Shippensburg women's lacrosse's 17-5 loss at East Stroudsburg.
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