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Monday, January 21, 2002
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A weekly look at what’s going on in the Centennial Conference:

Women’s Basketball
In the showdown for first place in the West Division, Johns Hopkins retained the top spot with a 67-63 win against Western Maryland. The Blue Jays have now won nine in a row ... Franklin & Marshall has won eight straight after defeating Dickinson over the weekend and hosts Johns Hopkins in a big game on Wednesday ... Bryn Mawr snapped a 59-game CC losing streak with a 66-53 victory at Haverford.
East
Swarthmore 6-0 13-3
MUHLENBERG 5-1 13-1
Washington 3-4 8-7
Ursinus 3-4 5-9
Bryn Mawr 1-9 3-14
Haverford 0-7 2-13
West
Johns Hopkins 6-0 15-1
Western Maryland 5-2 11-4
F&M 4-2 11-4
Gettysburg 4-4 8-8
Dickinson 1-5 7-9
Men’s Basketball
The West Division race heated up when Dickinson defeated Johns Hopkins, 90-81, for its third straight CC win. The Red Devils had their streak snapped on Saturday when they lost to Franklin & Marshall, 63-55 ... Luckless Haverford led at Washington by nine points midway through the second half, but the Shoremen rebounded for a 75-72 win ... Key matchups on Wednesday include Muhlenberg at Ursinus and Franklin & Marshall at Johns Hopkins.
East
MUHLENBERG 5-1 13-3
Ursinus 3-2 4-10
Washington 2-4 6-9
Swarthmore 1-4 4-10
Haverford 0-5 0-15
West
F&M 4-1 14-3
Gettysburg 4-1 12-4
Johns Hopkins 3-2 9-7
Dickinson 3-3 7-9
Western Maryland 2-4 5-10
Wrestling
Although Muhlenberg defeated Johns Hopkins by a larger margin than they did Gettysburg, the Blue Jays closed out the tri-match by doubling up the Bullets, 30-15, for their first CC win of the season ... 14th-ranked Western Maryland swept a quad match that included Division I teams Delaware State and Howard ... The Green Terror travels to Washington & Lee Saturday for an important CC tri-match that includes Ursinus.
Western Maryland 2-0 12-1
Ursinus 1-0 9-4
MUHLENBERG 3-1 11-5
Gettysburg 1-2 2-7
Johns Hopkins 1-3 5-7
Washington & Lee 0-2 2-3
LESKO NAMED PLAYER OF THE WEEK

For the second time in three weeks and the fifth time in his career, senior forward Mark Lesko of the Muhlenberg men’s basketball team has been named Mark Lesko player of the week by the Centennial Conference.

Lesko averaged 23.3 points, 16.0 rebounds and 4.0 blocks in leading the Mules to three victories that extended their winning streak to 10. After tying a season high with 32 points against Widener, he pulled down a career-high 18 rebounds and tied a school record with six blocked shots against Washington. Lesko became the program’s career leader in swats (144) with two against Swarthmore.

Lesko finished with a double-double in all three games and now has eight for the season and 27 for his career. He also moved into a tie for 12th place on the Muhlenberg scoring list and into ninth place on the CC scoring list with 1,250 points.

Lesko leads the Mules and ranks among the CC leaders in scoring (20.4 ppg), rebounding (10.4 rpg), field-goal percentage (.644), free-throw percentage (.792) and blocked shots (34). Over the last nine games, he is averaging 22.9 points and 12.7 rebounds.


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Last updated January 21, 2002