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

Softball

McDaniel was eliminated from the NCAA Tournament in two games, falling to Cabrini (2-1) and King’s (11-0).

Baseball

Top-ranked Johns Hopkins suffered its second loss of the season, 7-5 to Mary Washington. NCAA bids will be announced Sunday night, with the regionals scheduled to begin May 20.

Women’s Lacrosse

Gettysburg defeated Washington & Lee, 13-8, in its first NCAA Tournament game, but was knocked off in the quarterfinals by Salisbury, 8-5 ... In the ECAC Tournament, McDaniel edged Franklin & Marshall, 6-5, in the first round, before getting thumped by Drew, 18-8, in the semis.

Men’s Lacrosse

Gettysburg captured the CC championship with a pair of one-goal victories. The Bullets (13-3) nipped Dickinson, 12-11, on an extra-man goal with 11.6 seconds left, then upset top-seeded Washington, 7-6, in a game that was scoreless for the entire fourth quarter. The Shoremen (16-2) received an at-large NCAA Tournament berth and will host Whittier on Sunday. Gettysburg is slated to host Cabrini.

Sarno Named to All-Region Second Team

Senior Nicole Sarno of the Muhlenberg softball team has been named to the All-East
Nicole Sarno
Good things happened when Sarno got on base: She led off the game by reaching first safely 17 times in 33 games, and she came around to score on 13 of those occasions. Muhlenberg was 9-4 when Sarno scored a run in the first inning.
Region second team by the National Fastpitch Coaches Association.

Sarno was the catalyst of the Mule offense from her leadoff position, hitting .361 and leading the team in hits (43) and runs scored (30). She also had four assists from centerfield.

A four-time All-Centennial Conference selection (second team in 2004), Sarno finished her career fourth in team history in hits (137) and fifth in runs scored (81).


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Last updated May 10, 2004