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  • Messiah College women's tennis took care of business in the MAC Commonwealth semifinal, dropping Lebanon Valley 5-0 and moving on to the conference title match for the fourth straight season. Messiah started strong and swept Lebanon Valley 3-0 in doubles play, while the Adams' sisters (Amanda Adams, Rebekah Adams) closed out the match.
  • Shippensburg softball dropped its PSAC tournament opener to Lock Haven on Wednesday 5-2. Shippensburg got the tying run to the plate in the bottom of the seventh thanks to an error and a walk drawn by Meghan Klee, but ultimately could not solve Lock Haven's Bekah Slattery, who struck out the side in the final inning. The Raiders need a win against Edinboro Thursday at 9 a.m. to stay alive.
  • Dickinson men's lacrosse made a great run, but fell at Gettysburg in the semifinals of the Centennial Conference Lacrosse Championships 15-13. Tommy Heller had five goals in the loss.
  • Dickinson women's lacrosse suffered a loss in the opening round of the Centennial Conference Women's Lacrosse Championships, falling to Haverford College 11-10. Anne Dunster tallied eight goals in the loss.
  • Messiah men's lacrosse season came to a close in the MAC Commonwealth semifinals against Lycoming 15-12. Dylan Gillisse led the Messiah offense with four goals, while Cory Hurst and Joseph Franken each notched three.
  • Messiah women's lacrosse dropped a 16-12 decision to Lebanon Valley in the semifinals of the MAC Commonwealth Tournament, ending an impressive streak of four-straight Conference Championships. Abby Howard led the Falcons with four goals.
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