• A Matt Moroz field goal and a garbage-time Bryce Baylor 22-yard TD run was all Dickinson football could muster Saturday in a 38-9 loss to Muhlenberg. The Red Devils allowed 343 yards and 19 first downs while turning the ball over four times. Daniel Salmone led with five catches for 92 yards as DC fell to 1-1.
  • Slippery Rock pounded Shippensburg football 54-19, knocking the Red Raiders to 0-2. Winston Eubanks caught six balls for 111 yards and a score, and Camp Hill grad Bill Williams carried the ball 11 times for 50 yards. But The Rock outgained SU 616-345 on offense, putting two receivers over 100 yards apiece as well.
  • Dickinson's women's volleyball team swept both matches, including a 3-0 win over previously unbeaten Salisbury. Emma Lange totaled 30 kills on the day, and Tatiana Lopez finished with 34 digs.
  • The Red Devils women's soccer team exploded for six second-half goals to top Alvernia 6-1. Freshman and Carlisle grad Meg Tate scored the fourth goal of the run, and Addy Zandi tallied two markers.
  • Dickinson's John Baney stopped five shots in men's soccer's 1-0 loss to Catholic.
  • Dickinson women's golf finished second in its tri-meet against Gettysburg and Franklin & Marshall, with Hannah Heiring posting a 79 for second.
  • Gabriella Johnson had 10 kills and two blocks in SU women's volleyball's 3-0 win over Charleston (West Virginia). The Raiders did suffer their first loss of the season the same day, a 3-1 defeat to Urbana.
  • No. 7 Kutztown field hockey upset top-ranked Shippensburg 3-2 with an overtime goal from Rachel Dusman. Emily Stauffer and Jazmin Petrantonio scored for the Raiders.
  • Delaney Shifflett had six saves in Ship women's soccer's 1-0 loss to Lock Haven. 
  • Messiah women's soccer blanked Carnegie Mellon 3-0 behind goals from Maddie Kohl, Kylie Firestone and Rebecca Ritchie.
  • Mackenzie Brubaker scored a first-quarter goal, but Messiah field hockey could not hold onto the lead, falling 3-1 to TCNJ.
  • The Falcons' women's volleyball team split its weekend doubleheader, beating Cabrini 3-2 then losing to Christopher Newport 3-0 for their first loss of the season. Mary Underman had 21 kills against Cabrini, finishing with 27 total, plus three blocks.
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