{{featured_button_text}}
  • Dickinson softball opened Centennial Conference tournament plate with a 9-1 win over Ursinus on Tuesday, setting up a second-round game at Haverford on Friday. The bats scored all nine runs in the final three innings of the six-inning affair. Carlisle grad Hannah Seburn was 2-for-3 with three RBIs.
  • Dickinson men's lacrosse's Nate Usich was named the Centennial's Defensive Player of the Week on Monday after causing seven turnovers and controlling nine ground balls.
  • Six Messiah men's lacrosse were named to the All-MAC Commonwealth team on Tuesday. Leading the way were First Team selections for Garrett Amsbaugh, Hunter Bellows, Joseph Franken and Quentin Johnson. Dylan Gillisse (Second Team) and Mitch Salanty (Honorable Mention) also made all-conference.
  • The women's team also had several representatives. Mckenna Edwards and Annika Johnsen were both named First Team, and Jamie Bishop, Eliza Lortie and Katie Stottlemyer were all named Second Team.
  • The Falcons men's tennis team beat Lebanon Valley 5-3 to make the MAC Commonwealth title game for the sixth straight season. 
  • SU track and field picked up two more Athlete of the Week honors. Charles Bowman split the track AOTW award with Lock Haven's CJ Anderson after breaking a 35-year school record in the 110 hurdles (14.24) during Saturday's Paul Kaiser Classic. The Raiders' Shamar Jenkins won his first field AOTW honor after a PR of 51 feet in the triple jump. 
0
0
0
0
0