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  • No. 1-seeded Penn State men’s lacrosse took down No. 8 Loyola Maryland 21-14 in the NCAA quarterfinal on Saturday to advance to NCAA Championship Weekend for the first time in program history. Mac O’Keefe and Grant Ament both recorded nine points to lead the Nittany Lions offense, and O’Keefe tied the NCAA Tournament Single-Game record with nine goals.
  • Dickinson women's lacrosse had two players named to the 2019 Intercollegiate Women's Lacrosse Coaches Association All-Region Team on Monday. Anne Dunster was a First-team selection for the second straight season after making a third appearance on the All-Centennial Conference squad. Clare Janzer makes her first appearance on the All-Region Team, earning Second-team honors.
  • On Sunday, Messiah earned 21 All-Region honors for the 2019 NCAA Division III Outdoor Track & Field season from the U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association. Messiah's 19 honors tied for the sixth most of any women's program in the country. Taylor Wiederrecht led Messiah with five All-Regional honors, while Esther Seeland (three), Abby McMinn (two), Elissa Slader (two), Leanne Weaver (two) and Kathryn Wiederrecht (two) also picked-up multiple honors. Benjamin Schott was the lone representative for the Falcons on the list of men's honorees, earning two nods in the steeplechase and 1500.
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