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A weekly look at what’s going on in the Centennial Conference:

Field Hockey

See yesterday’s Mule Sports Daily.

Men’s Soccer
Johns Hopkins wrapped up the CC regular-season title with a 1-0 win against Franklin & Marshall. The Blue Jays will host the league playoffs this weekend. Saturday’s first semifinal is Muhlenberg vs. Hopkins, at 11 a.m., followed by Gettysburg vs. F&M. The championship is scheduled for Sunday at 1 p.m.
Johns Hopkins 9-0 15-2
F & M 7-2 8-9
Gettysburg 6-3 12-4-2
MUHLENBERG 6-3 13-7
Dickinson 4-4-1 7-8-2
Washington 4-4-1 9-7-2
Haverford 2-4-3 6-7-3
McDaniel 2-6-1 6-9-2
Ursinus 2-7 8-10-1
Swarthmore 0-9 5-13-1

Women’s Soccer

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Volleyball
Defending champion Gettysburg swept Franklin & Marshall to earn the right to host this weekend’s tournament.
Gettysburg 9-1 21-12
F & M 9-1 25-7
Johns Hopkins 8-2 20-20
Haverford 8-2 21-9
MUHLENBERG 5-5 14-21
Ursinus 5-5 12-19
McDaniel 4-6 13-19
Bryn Mawr 2-8 8-26
Dickinson 2-8 7-23
Washington 2-8 5-28
Swarthmore 1-9 5-21
WOMEN’S SOCCER CAPTURES THIRD STRAIGHT TITLE

Junior Dawn Iberer scored the first two goals and assisted on the third to lead the Muhlenberg women’s soccer team to a 3-1 win against Franklin & Marshall in the final game of the regular season.

The win clinches the Mules’ third consecutive Centennial Conference regular-season championship. They will host the conference tournament this
MUHLENBERG 9-1 13-6
F & M 7-1-2 13-2-2
Johns Hopkins 6-2-1 11-5-2
Gettysburg 6-3 10-5-2
McDaniel 5-4-1 12-7-1
Haverford 5-4-1 11-7-1
Dickinson 5-5 10-9
Swarthmore 5-5 10-9
Washington 2-8 8-11
Ursinus 1-8-1 6-13-1
Bryn Mawr 0-10 4-13-1
weekend, with the winner earning an automatic bid to the NCAA Tournament.

Times and pairings for the playoffs will be announced on Wednesday. Muhlenberg (13-6, 9-1) and Franklin & Marshall (7-1-2, 13-2-2) will be the top two seeds, respectively. Johns Hopkins travels to Gettysburg on Tuesday in a game that will determine the third and fourth seeds (see CC standings above).

Freshman Amy Schmidt scored her first career goal for the Mules, who will enter the playoffs with a nine-game winning streak. The Mules have won 20 consecutive CC home games and are 32-2-1 in their last 35 CC games, with both losses coming at Johns Hopkins.

Iberer’s five points gave her 107 for her career, one short of the school record.

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Last updated November 4, 2002