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  • Shippensburg football managed to overtake Sheppard after trailing 26-21, but the Red Raiders could not hold on in Saturday's 32-30 road loss. A Winston Eubanks 76-yard TD reception with 8:28 to play, plus a David Shank 22-yard field goal at 3:03 left put SU up 30-26. But Sheppard responded with a Tyson Bagent 1-yard plunge in the final minute to win it. QB Brycen Mussin tossed for 405 yards and three TDs in the loss, hitting Eubanks four times for 153 yards.
  • Messiah's Alex Mantsevich fell in the No. 2 Singles semifinals in the MAC Championships, while Ellis Martin fell in the No. 6 Singles semis amd Keller Martin in the No. 7 Singles semis. 
  • Carli Boyer stopped two shots and Dickinson women's soccer posted its seventh shutout of the season, beating Washington College 2-0 Saturday. Carlisle grad Meg Tate had an assist.
  • Boiling Springs product Maddie Dombroski tallied a goal as Dickinson field hockey popped Washington College 2-0.
  • An own goal and a first-half tally from Kevin Gilbert lifted Dickinson men's soccer to a 2-1 win over Washington College.
  • Emma Lange had 13 kills to lead Dickinson women's volleyball past Washington College 3-1. Lange added three blocks and four digs. 
  • Messiah women's field hockey pounced on Stevenson in a 3-0 win, getting goals from Taylor Wiederrecht, Emily Knepp and Hanna Palm.
  • Brooke Firestone knocked in a pair of late first-half goals to spark No. 1 Messiah women's soccer's 4-0 shutout of Widener.
  • Messiah women's volleyball fell 3-0 at Swarthmore, but rebounded with a 3-2 win over Marymount in a weekend doubleheader. Amanda Dahlman had a season-high 30 digs against Swarthmore, finishing with 57 on the day. Mary Underman had 18 kills against Marymount plus eight more in the loss.
  • Shippensburg freshman Isabelle Gulgert won the Bloomsburg University Invitational 6K by 10 seconds, posting a 23:18 to lead the Raiders women to fifth. The men won with 47 points, putting five in the Top 15. Leading the way was freshman Andrew Foster (6th, 26:25).
  • Jazmin Petrantonio had a goal and assist to lead Shippensburg field hockey over Kutztown 3-1.
  • SU's women's volleyball team popped Clarion 3-1, getting a fourth straight double-double from Gabriella Johnson (13 kills, 23 digs).
  • Julian Horstmann and Seth Crabbe scored goals in the final 10 minutes of regulation to help Shippensburg men's soccer secure a 2-2 tie with Slippery Rock.
 
 
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