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  • Dickinson softball won the Centennial Conference championship Saturday, beating Haverford 1-0 thanks to an RBI single from Paige Hahn that scored Maggie McConney. Pitcher Madison Milaszewski was named tournament MVP after she struck out seven for her second consecutive shutout.
  • Messiah women's track and field made it three straight MAC Outdoor championships after Taylor Wiederrecht earned Field Athlete of the Year honors with 34 points individually and helping gold-medal efforts in the 4x100 and 4x400. Esther Seeland was named Rookie of the Year, winning the 800 and 1500 and helping the 4x400.
  • Messiah women's tennis claimed its third conference title in four years, beating Alvernia 5-1 thanks to victories from Doubles 2 and 3, and singles wins from Amanda Adams, Rebekah Adams and Gabby Brooks.
  • The Falcons men fell to Stevenson 5-1 in the MAC Championship, with Galen Fitzkee and Andrew Bookman (Doubles 1) earning the only victory.
  • On Day 1 of the Centennial Conference Track and Field Championships, Dickinson women's Natalie Suess finished third in the high jump (1.45 meters) and seventh in the long jump (4.99). The 4x800 relay finished second (9:23.55). On the men's side, the 4x800 won, and Christopher Scharf finished fifth in the 3000 steeplechase (9:47.10). The Red Devils placed third (115 points) in the final day.
  • Dickinson men's track & field placed fifth with 80 points on the final day of the Centennial Conference Championships. Ben Brandeis ran to silver in the 400-meter hurdles with a time of 56.48 and placed fourth in the 110-meter hurdles with a mark of 16.19. Aaron Brick joined both relays and finished fourth in the finals of the 200-meters with a time of 22.70.
  • 1965 Shippensburg grad Clyde Cressler was inducted last week into the Pennsylvania Chapter of the National Wrestling Hall of Fame. Cressler is one of seven Raiders to win a PSAC championship, doing so in 1962 at 115 pounds. He went 24-4-1 in his career. 
  • SU baseball swept East Stroudsburg on senior day, winning 9-8 and 8-7. Tommy Baggett won the opener with a walk-off RBI double that scored Ty Painter. The Raiders then erased a 7-1 deficit in Game 2 as Jack Goertzen hit his 13th homer, then scored the tying run off when Tony Vavaroutsos, who went on to score the winning run.
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