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A weekly look at what’s going on in the Centennial Conference
Softball
The top of the CC is beginning to have a very familiar look, as the four traditional front-runners have separated themselves (at least for now) from the rest of the league. Over the weekend, Ursinus swept Franklin & Marshall, McDaniel and Muhlenberg both swept Washington, and Gettysburg took two from Swarthmore.
McDaniel 4-0 12-3
Ursinus 4-0 14-4
Gettysburg 7-1 15-5
MUHLENBERG 6-2 7-14
Washington 2-4 11-9
Swarthmore 2-4 3-14
F & M 1-5 7-8
Dickinson 0-4 6-14
Haverford 0-6 4-16-1

Women’s Tennis
Swarthmore showed its depth by blanking Johns Hopkins, 9-0, without its No. 1 singles player. Muhlenberg can clinch third place by defeating Haverford in tomorrow’s CC finale.
Swarthmore 8-0 11-3
Washington 6-1 8-3
MUHLENBERG 7-2 10-4
Johns Hopkins 5-3 5-6
F & M 3-3 6-7
Gettysburg 3-4 4-6
Bryn Mawr 2-4 4-10
Dickinson 2-5 5-5
Haverford 2-5 5-11
Ursinus 1-6 1-6
McDaniel 0-6 0-6

Women’s Lacrosse
Muhlenberg has a big week ahead, facing two of its top challengers for the fourth and final playoff spot, Haverford and McDaniel. The two teams played each other last week, with McDaniel taking an 11-10 decision ... Franklin & Marshall put itself solidly in second place with a 17-5 thumping of Washington ... Fifth-ranked Gettysburg couldn’t quite come back from a 9-3 deficit and lost its first game of the season to second-ranked New Jersey, 11-10.
Gettysburg 4-0 10-1
F & M 5-1 7-3
Washington 5-2 9-2
MUHLENBERG 3-2 6-4
McDaniel 3-3 4-6
Ursinus 2-2 4-4
Haverford 2-3 5-6
Dickinson 1-3 2-6
Swarthmore 1-5 5-8
Bryn Mawr 0-5 3-7
Baseball
Franklin & Marshall caused a shakeup in the standings by sweeping Johns Hopkins, 2-1 and 2-1. That left the door open for McDaniel to move into first place with its sweep of Swarthmore ... Splits by Gettysburg with Ursinus and Haverford with Dickinson set up a wild scramble for the four playoff spots the final two weeks of the season.
McDaniel 8-1-1 13-4-1
Johns Hopkins 5-2 17-4
Gettysburg 6-3-1 11-9-2
Ursinus 5-3 14-8
MUHLENBERG 6-4 15-8
Haverford 6-5 12-9-1
F & M 6-5 11-11
Dickinson 1-6 6-11
Washington 1-7 1-16
Swarthmore 1-9 2-17

Men’s Tennis
A Muhlenberg win at Haverford on Tuesday would clinch second place for the Mules. They still have a chance to tie for the CC championship, but only if Washington loses at Dickinson on Saturday.
Washington 7-0 9-4
MUHLENBERG 6-1 10-4
Johns Hopkins 4-2 5-4
Haverford 3-2 7-8
Dickinson 4-3 9-5
Gettysburg 2-4 4-6
F & M 1-3 3-9
McDaniel 1-5 1-6
Ursinus 0-8 2-12

Men’s Lacrosse
Gettysburg needed overtime to defeat Haverford, 7-6 ... McDaniel toppled Ursinus, 15-4, to remain undefeated. The Green Terror’s last three games are at Franklin & Marshall (Wednesday) and home against Washington (Saturday) and Gettysburg (next Tuesday).
Washington 6-0 8-2
McDaniel 5-0 9-0
F & M 4-1 9-1
Gettysburg 4-1 8-3
Swarthmore 3-3 7-5
Dickinson 2-3 5-5
Haverford 2-5 4-7
Ursinus 0-6 2-6
MUHLENBERG 0-7 4-7

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Last updated April 14, 2003