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  • Messiah women's tennis ended their season with a loss to Rhode Island on Friday in the first round of the NCAA Regional Tournament 5-3. In No. 1 doubles, Kaitlyn Russell and Emily Wichert made history by securing Messiah's first-ever NCAA Tournament point after they defeated their opponents 8-4. Wichert and Amanda Adams also picked up a victories in the singles battles to claim the Falcons' final two points.
  • Two SU baseball players were named to the Google Cloud Academic All-District 2 team. Senior catcher Jack Goertzen was named First Team, as was senior second baseman Ty Painter.
  • Dickinson men's lacrosse's Nate Usich was named the Centennial Conference Defensive Player of the Year on Wednesday, his third straight First Team selection. Joining him on the First team were Bobby Hartwick and Jack O'Connell. Nick Goles and Jack Doran earned Second Team honors, Brodie Phillips was Third Team and Michael Marinelli was named Sportsmanship Team.
  • The Red Devils' women's lacrosse picked up four spots on the All-Centennial Conference team. Anne Dunster, Laurie Travaglini and Clare Janzer all made the First Team, and Mack Maurer made Honorable Mention. Mackenzie Rambusch was named to the Sportsmanship Team.
  • Dickinson men's tennis's Leonid Sorkin was named the Centennial's Rookie of the Year, earning First Team singles and doubles along with Sam Coan. Justin Pace made the Sportsmanship Team, as did Emily Sprague on the women's side.
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