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  • Dickinson softball advanced to the Centennial Conference final with a 1-0 win over top-seed Haverford on Friday, scoring the lone run in the bottom the eighth inning. Marissa Fabbo led off the bottom of the eighth inning and moved to third on a sacrifice bunt from Alissa Lema. That set the stage for a walk-off single from Brigitte Gutpelet to send the Red Devils to the final.
  • Dickinson men's track & field opened competition at the 2019 Centennial Conference Championships at Muhlenberg College and ended Day 1 in first place with a score of 22 points. Adam Gamber captured a silver medal in the pole vault, clearing a height of 4.30 meters, and Bryce Descavish ran to a silver medal in the 10,000-meters, crossing the line with a time of 31:33.23.
  • Dickinson women's track & field also sits in first place after Day 1 of the Centennial Conference Championships with 32 points. The Red Devils went 1-2-3 in the 10,000 meters with the top three runners crossing the line almost simultaneously. Emma Johnston led the way with a time of 38:45.17 with Sarah House clocking a time of 38:45.35 and Tessa Cassidy coming in at 38:45.78.
  • Messiah men's track & field's Benjamin Schott brought home the gold medal in the 3,000 to highlight the Falcons' day at the MAC Championships. Messiah is currently in fifth place with 31 points after two days of competition.
  • The Messiah women's track & field team is currently in second place with 59 points at the MAC Championships, just 1.5 points behind Eastern University. Taylor Wiederrecht worked her way to victory in the women's heptathlon. Wiederrecht started the day with a 4.95 long jump before throwing 28.39 in the javelin. Wiederrecht then ran a 2:35.08 800 to finish with a meet record, 4,324 points, to earn her first gold medal of the day. 
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