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Monday, January 27, 2003
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A weekly look at what’s going on in the Centennial Conference:

Women’s Basketball
Muhlenberg was left as the only remaining undefeated team in the CC after McDaniel knocked off Johns Hopkins, 76-70. The Green Terror, which will pay a visit to Memorial Hall on Saturday, has won seven in a row ... After getting plastered by Johns Hopkins, 103-47, Dickinson rebounded to stun Franklin & Marshall, 67-64 ... Hopkins also suffered a non-CC loss to Delaware Valley during the week ... Haverford picked up its first two CC wins, defeating Bryn Mawr (47-35) and Washington (74-64).
East
MUHLENBERG 6-0 10-5
Swarthmore 5-1 11-4
Ursinus 2-4 5-11
Haverford 2-5 5-10
Washington 1-5 4-11
Bryn Mawr 0-9 0-15
West
Johns Hopkins 5-1 11-5
McDaniel 5-2 12-3
Gettysburg 4-3 11-5
F & M 3-3 9-6
Dickinson 3-3 6-10

Men’s Basketball
Ursinus established itself as the team to beat in East by defeating Swarthmore, 75-51. The Bears are at Muhlenberg on Wednesday ... After defeating Muhlenberg for its first CC win of the season, Washington made it two in a row with an 80-76 win at Haverford, snapping the Fords’ four-game winning streak ... None of the top teams in the West played each other during the week, but Johns Hopkins travels to Franklin & Marshall this Wednesday.
East
Ursinus 5-0 10-5
Swarthmore 3-2 7-10
Haverford 2-3 7-9
Washington 2-4 4-11
MUHLENBERG 0-5 6-9
West
F & M 4-1 15-2
Johns Hopkins 4-1 13-3
Gettysburg 4-1 8-9
McDaniel 2-4 4-13
Dickinson 0-5 4-11

Wrestling
Ursinus jumped into first place by defeating Johns Hopkins (22-18), McDaniel (23-12) and Washington & Lee (48-3). The Mules get their shot at Ursinus next Tuesday.
Ursinus 3-0 10-2
MUHLENBERG 2-1 9-4
Johns Hopkins 2-1 6-8
McDaniel 1-2 8-9
Gettysburg 1-2 5-12
Washington & Lee 0-3 2-8
RICHMOND NAMED PLAYER OF THE WEEK

Becky Richmond Junior forward Becky Richmond of the Muhlenberg women’s basketball team was named Centennial Conference co-player of the week.

Richmond was honored after averaging 17.0 points and 10.5 rebounds to lead Muhlenberg to a pair of two-point wins and sole possession of first place in the CC East.

She recorded her second double-double for the season with a career-high 20 points and 12 rebounds at Washington and tallied 14 points and nine boards against Swarthmore.

Richmond leads the Mules (10-5, 6-0) in rebounds (8.2), is third in steals (20) and second in scoring (9.4).


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Last updated January 27, 2003