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Monday, April 5, 2004
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WOMEN’S GOLF TEES OFF WITH
RECORD LOW SCORE

A weekly look at what’s going on in the Centennial Conference
Softball
Splits were the order of the week, as four of the six CC doubleheaders that were played ended with each team winning a game ... The only sweep was by McDaniel against Franklin & Marshall ... The second game of the Ursinus-Swarthmore doubleheader was suspended after five innings with the score tied at 2-2 ... Every team in the CC has at least one CC win.
Gettysburg 2-0 9-4
McDaniel 3-1 11-4
Dickinson 4-2 9-10
Ursinus 2-1 14-4-1
F & M 3-3 6-8
MUHLENBERG 2-4 9-7
Swarthmore 1-2 5-10
Haverford 1-3 8-10
Washington 1-3 6-11-1

Women’s Lacrosse
Gettysburg extended its CC winning streak to 21 by defeating Franklin & Marshall (15-10) and Washington (18-12) ... McDaniel kept pace with the Bullets with an 18-6 win against Bryn Mawr ... Ursinus, the next opponent for Muhlenberg, knocked off Rowan, 10-7.
Gettysburg 4-0 9-1
McDaniel 3-0 7-1
Washington 2-2 5-4
Dickinson 1-1 4-3
F & M 1-1 3-4
Swarthmore 1-2 5-3
Ursinus 1-2 3-3
Haverford 1-2 3-4
MUHLENBERG 1-3 3-5
Bryn Mawr 0-2 6-2

Baseball
All of Friday’s slate was wiped out by weather, and only two Saturday doubleheaders were played. Dickinson swept Ursinus in one of them, and Franklin & Marshall took two from Washington in the other ... F&M beat Ursinus, 11-9, on Tuesday ... Johns Hopkins remained the only undefeated team in Division III with wins against New Jersey and Dickinson.
Johns Hopkins 5-0 19-0
McDaniel 5-0 11-2
F & M 6-1 14-8
Dickinson 5-1-1 8-10-1
Gettysburg 2-3 9-9-1
MUHLENBERG 1-3-1 6-7-1
Ursinus 2-5 7-9-2
Haverford 1-4 11-5
Swarthmore 1-4 2-9
Washington 0-7 5-15

Men’s Lacrosse
Haverford scored the upset of the year so far by toppling 10th-ranked Franklin & Marshall, 9-5. The Fords were outshot, 52-22, bu their goalie made 30 saves for the program’s first-ever win against a top-10 team ... Ursinus was upset-minded as well and had a 4-2 lead in the third quarter before No. 3 Washington rallied for a 7-4 win ... Gettysburg fell to No. 1 Salisbury, 12-6.
Washington 3-0 10-0
Gettysburg 2-0 5-2
Haverford 1-1 6-1
F & M 1-1 6-2
McDaniel 1-1 3-4
MUHLENBERG 0-1 5-2
Dickinson 0-1 4-3
Swarthmore 0-1 3-5
Ursinus 0-2 4-4
The Muhlenberg women’s golf team braved cool temperatures and high winds and opened its season with its best team score ever and a fourth-place finish in its
Laura Fazio
Fazio tied for the 15th-best individual score in her first collegiate action.
Muhlenberg Spring Invitational at Lehigh Country Club.

Despite the poor conditions and a tough course, junior Kristen Bruschi shot a 102 to lead the Mules to a 424 team score. Muhlenberg placed ahead of Centennial Conference foe Ursinus and behind Lehigh, Mount St. Mary’s and Gettysburg.

Bruschi tied for the 12th-best individual score of the day, 18 strokes behind the leader, but only five strokes out of the top five.

A trio of freshmen also contributed to the Mule score. Kristen Amore and Laura Fazio each shot a 104, and Lindsay Scott put up a 114.

Click here for complete results (as a Word document).

The Muhlenberg men’s golf team was also scheduled to compete today, but snow forced the cancellation of the Lebanon Valley Invitational.


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Last updated April 5, 2004