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Monday, April 1, 2002
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A weekly look at what’s going on in the Centennial Conference:
Softball
Gettysburg took the early lead in the CC with its sweep of two-time defending champion Muhlenberg. The scheduled Western Maryland-Ursinus doubleheader was postponed due to travel problems for the umpires ... Dickinson, the Mules’ opponent on Tuesday, split with Ursinus and swept Haverford, 10-1 and 12-1.
Gettysburg 4-0 12-2
Western Md. 2-0 8-2
Dickinson 3-1 7-10
F & M 1-1 8-9
Ursinus 1-1 6-9-1
Washington 1-3 4-7-1
MUHLENBERG 0-2 8-8
Haverford 0-2 4-12
Swarthmore 0-2 0-10

Tennis

The Muhlenberg women (3-0) are one of four teams with no losses in the CC. Dickinson, Haverford and Johns Hopkins are all 1-0. Dickinson blanked Western Maryland, 9-0, and Johns Hopkins was a 9-0 winner against Ursinus. Haverford doubled up Bryn Mawr, 6-3 ... Johns Hopkins also shut out Ursinus in men’s tennis to improve to 2-0. Muhlenberg, Washington and Haverford are all 1-0. The Fords defeated Franklin & Marshall, 6-1.

Baseball
Johns Hopkins and Franklin & Marshall both went through the first week of the CC season 4-0 ... Hopkins did it with the arms (shutting out Western Maryland twice) and the bats (hitting eight home runs in a sweep of Haverford). The Blue Jays have 33 homers already this year ... F&M allowed only eight runs in the four games ... Ursinus swept Washington and Gettysburg swept Dickinson.
Johns Hopkins 4-0 16-4
F & M 4-0 14-5
Gettysburg 3-1 8-8
Ursinus 3-1 8-11
MUHLENBERG 2-2 11-10
Swarthmore 2-2 2-10-1
Washington 1-3 10-7-1
Dickinson 1-3 5-11-1
Western Md. 0-4 8-7
Haverford 0-4 7-10

Women’s Lacrosse

Ursinus, Washington and Franklin & Marshall are in a three-way tie for first, all with 3-0 records. No. 8 Ursinus suffered its first loss of the season, 16-6 to third-ranked New Jersey. Muhlenberg’s next CC opponent, Bryn Mawr, remained winless in the CC with a 19-7 loss to Washington.


Questions or comments? Send mail to falk@muhlenberg.edu
Last updated April 1, 2002