Muhlenberg College

Allentown, Pa.
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Monday, November 5, 2001
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A weekly look at what’s going on in the Centennial Conference:

Football
It was a good weekend for the top five teams in the CC, all of which won by healthy margins. In addition to Muhlenberg’s 63-13 win at Hartwick, Ursinus (31-14 against FDU-Madison) and Western Maryland (42-21 against Division I-AA Jacksonville) also scored non-conference road wins. The CC is 16-10 in non-league games this year. In CC games, Dickinson blanked Gettysburg, 30-0, and Johns Hopkins shut out F&M, 41-0.
Western Md.
MUHLENBERG
Johns Hopkins
Dickinson
Ursinus
Gettysburg
F & M
5-0
5-1
3-2
3-2
2-3
0-5
0-5
8-1
7-2
5-3
5-4
5-4
3-6
1-8
Men’s Soccer
Gettysburg won the CC championship with a 2-0 win against Western Maryland, earning a bid to the NCAA Tournament. The Bullets were sent to the Metro Region and will open up Wednesday with a game at Mary Washington. The winner goes on to play regional host Richard Stockton on Saturday. Regular-season champion Johns Hopkins did not receive an at-large bid.
Volleyball
After winning the CC championship at Muhlenberg on Saturday, Gettysburg will host the Mid-Atlantic Regional of the NCAA Tournament this weekend. The Bullets are third seed and will face Kean on Thursday. Eastern and Scranton also play on Thursday, while top-seeded Juniata and Catholic received byes to the regional semifinals on Friday.
Women’s Soccer
Johns Hopkins won the ECAC championship for the second straight year with 2-0 wins against Franklin & Marshall, Misericordia and Carnegie Mellon. The Blue Jays were the fourth seed. Gettysburg, the sixth seed, lost to CMU by a 2-0 count in the first round.
Field Hockey
Gettysburg won its first-round NCAA Tournament game against Notre Dame (Md.), 6-0, but then lost to Messiah, 5-1. Messiah advanced to the national semifinals along with Cortland State, Skidmore and New Jersey. In the ECAC Tournament, fourth-seeded Washington toppled Ithaca, 2-1, in the first round, but lost to Catholic, 1-0, in the semifinals. Western Maryland, the third seed, dropped a 2-1 decision to Drew in its first-round game. Montclair State won the tournament.

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Last updated November 5, 2001