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  • Shippensburg's Tra-C Davis broke the school's men's indoor high jump record Saturday with a 7-1 at Lehigh University's John Covert Classic. It's an NCAA automatic qualifier for Davis and the top mark so far in Division II. On the women's side, Danielle Sciremammano won the long jump (18-9.75) and 60-meter hurdles (8.77). Abby Wagner won the triple jump (37-9.25). Kali Hepner and Carlisle grad Sarah Bourdon went 1-2 in the pole vault with 11-11.75 and 11-5.75, respectively. Shaquille Mitchell finished third in the men's triple jump (46-3.25) and Bryan Pearson finished second in shot put (56-10.75).
  • Dustin Sleva and John Castello recorded double-doubles once again, leading Shippensburg men's basketball to an 88-80 win over Kutztown. Sleva had 25 points, 15 rebounds, five assists and two blocks; Castello was good for 16 points and 13 boards. The Raiders (15-3, 11-2 PSAC) shot 52 percent from 3-point territory (11-of-21) and have made at least eight in every game this season.
  • Shippensburg wrestling got two pins from Evan Ramos, splitting a pair of duals Saturday with a loss to UNC-Pembroke and a win over American University. Cole Rush and Derek Berberick also went 2-0.
  • Messiah women's basketball (17-2, 9-1 MAC Commonwealth) thumped Arcadia 75-45 behind Alecia Rohrer's ninth double-double this season (18 points, 11 rebounds). 
  • Messiah men's basketball got 22 and 18 points from Colin Sareyka and Matt Hess, respectively, in a 77-66 road win at Arcadia.
  • Messiah wrestling won three individual titles and the team title by 6.5 points at Wheaton College's (Illinois) Pete Willson Invitational. Stephen Maloney, Kevin Edwards and Jeff Hojnacki all took home gold. Northern grad Kyle Koser came in second at 197.
  • Dickinson men's basketball beat Haverford 68-58 behind junior Mike Hinckley's 18-point performance. Moses Omocki added 17.
  • Dickinson women's basketball battled back from a 39-28 first-half deficit, took a second-half lead, but fell to visiting Haverford 61-56. Kassidy Lesher had her eighth straight double-double (11 points, 14 rebounds).
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