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A weekly look at what’s going on in the Centennial Conference
Softball
Ursinus and McDaniel split their CC doubleheader, Ursinus winning the first game, 4-0, and the Green Terror the second, 5-3 ... The Bears were 0-1-1 in a doubleheader against New Jersey, playing a scoreless tie in the nightcap after a 2-0 loss in the opener ... Franklin & Marshall and Dickinson swept their CC-opening twinbills against Washington and Haverford, respectively. F&M was swept by Moravian on Sunday, dropping the first game, 1-0.
Gettysburg 2-0 9-4
F & M 2-0 5-5
Dickinson 2-0 7-8
Ursinus 1-1 11-2-1
McDaniel 1-1 7-4
Swarthmore 0-0 4-8
MUHLENBERG 0-2 7-5
Haverford 0-2 5-9
Washington 0-2 5-10-1

Women’s Tennis
The Mules face a big week, with road matches against Franklin & Marshall and Johns Hopkins. Hopkins knocked off regionally ranked Washington, 6-3, early in the week, then dropped a 5-4 decision to F&M on Saturday. If the Mules win at F&M on Wednesday, they will be the only remaining undefeated team in the conference.
MUHLENBERG 4-0 6-3
F & M 3-0 4-2
Gettysburg 2-1 2-1
Johns Hopkins 2-1 2-1
Washington 2-1 5-3
Dickinson 2-1 4-4
Swarthmore 1-1 4-2
Haverford 1-2 3-7
Bryn Mawr 1-4 2-4
Ursinus 0-2 0-2
McDaniel 0-5 0-5

Women’s Lacrosse
In a rematch of one of last year’s CC semifinals, fourth-ranked Gettysburg defeated Ursinus, 12-8. The Bullets also lost to top-ranked Middlebury, 14-5 ... Bryn Mawr, the next opponent for Muhlenberg, is one of only seven teams in Division III that has played at least five games and is undefeated. The Owls won easily against Immaculata (18-1) and Chestnut Hill (17-0).
Gettysburg 2-0 7-1
McDaniel 2-0 5-1
Dickinson 1-0 4-2
F & M 1-0 3-3
Washington 1-1 4-3
Bryn Mawr 0-0 5-0
Swarthmore 0-1 4-2
Haverford 0-1 2-3
MUHLENBERG 0-2 2-4
Ursinus 0-2 1-3
Baseball
Johns Hopkins remained undefeated with four CC wins, scoring a run in the bottom of the seventh to defeat Ursinus, 4-3, in both ends of Saturday’s doubleheader ... McDaniel also opened up 4-0, sweeping Washington and Haverford ... Dickinson swept Washington on Saturday ... Swarthmore, the next opponent for Muhlenberg, gave up 51 runs in its four CC games.
Johns Hopkins 4-0 17-0
McDaniel 4-0 10-2
Dickinson 3-0-1 6-8-1
F & M 3-1 11-8
Gettysburg 2-2 9-8-1
Ursinus 2-2 7-6-2
MUHLENBERG 1-2-1 6-6-1
Haverford 0-4 9-5
Washington 0-4 5-12
Swarthmore 0-4 1-9

Men’s Tennis
Washington, ranked 18th in Division III, lost a close 4-3 match to No. 8 Washington & Lee ... Franklin & Marshall edged Ursinus, 4-3, and topped Johns Hopkins, 5-2, in its first two CC matches of the season. The Mules host F&M on Saturday.
Washington 5-0 8-1
F & M 2-0 3-0
Haverford 2-0 4-2
MUHLENBERG 1-1 4-2
Dickinson 1-2 8-2
Ursinus 1-3 1-4
McDaniel 0-1 0-2
Gettysburg 0-2 0-3
Johns Hopkins 0-3 0-4

Men’s Lacrosse
Washington outscored Dickinson 10-4 in the second half to break away from a 6-all tie and win, 16-10 ... Franklin & Marshall gave up only three goals in back-to-back wins against Goucher (6-3) and Ursinus (10-3) ... After a 10-8 loss to second-ranked Middlebury, No. 4 Gettysburg won its CC opener against Swarthmore, 16-3. The Bullets are the opponents in Muhlenberg’s CC opener on Wednesday.
Washington 2-0 8-0
F & M 1-0 6-1
Gettysburg 1-0 4-1
McDaniel 1-1 3-4
MUHLENBERG 0-0 5-1
Haverford 0-1 5-1
Ursinus 0-1 4-2
Dickinson 0-1 3-3
Swarthmore 0-1 3-4

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Last updated March 29, 2004