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Monday, February 3, 2003
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A weekly look at what’s going on in the Centennial Conference:

Women’s Basketball
Muhlenberg saw its lead in the East widen to two games when Swarthmore lost at Gettysburg, 61-58. The Mules can clinch a playoff berth by defeating Dickinson on Wednesday ... Johns Hopkins went two games up in the West with wins against Franklin & Marshall (76-56) and Ursinus (76-53) ... Key games on tap in the West this week include F&M at McDaniel (Tuesday) and Johns Hopkins at Gettysburg (Wednesday) ... Saturday’s slate features two important cross-divisional games in Muhlenberg at Hopkins and F&M at Swarthmore.
East
MUHLENBERG 8-0 12-5
Swarthmore 6-2 13-5
Washington 2-6 6-12
Ursinus 2-6 5-13
Haverford 2-7 5-12
Bryn Mawr 0-10 0-17
West
Johns Hopkins 7-1 13-5
Gettysburg 6-3 14-5
McDaniel 5-3 13-4
F & M 4-4 10-7
Dickinson 4-4 7-11

Men’s Basketball
Washington had an incredible week, rallying from 19 down with 3:11 left in regulation in a 125-124 double-overtime win against Wesley, then stunning Franklin & Marshall, 96-86. The latter result was part of a rare Saturday in which the East went 4-1 against the West ... Gettysburg was the lone West team to win and moved into sole possession of first place ... Ursinus extended its East lead to three with a 79-63 win against Johns Hopkins ... Earlier in the week, Hopkins lost to F&M, 84-57 ... Gettysburg has a difficult schedule this week, with games at Johns Hopkins and Haverford.
East
Ursinus 7-0 12-6
Haverford 4-3 9-9
Swarthmore 3-4 7-12
Washington 3-4 6-12
MUHLENBERG 1-6 7-10
West
Gettysburg 6-1 10-9
F & M 5-2 16-3
Johns Hopkins 4-3 13-5
McDaniel 2-5 5-14
Dickinson 0-7 5-13

Wrestling
Ursinus extended its winning streak to 10 and clinched a share of the dual-meet title by breezing past Gettysburg, 41-3. The lone remaining CC match for the Bears is Tuesday against Muhlenberg.
Ursinus 4-0 13-2
MUHLENBERG 3-1 10-5
Johns Hopkins 2-1 6-8
McDaniel 1-2 8-9
Gettysburg 1-3 5-13
Washington & Lee 0-4 2-9
BASKETBALL TEAMS SWEPT BY MORAVIAN

The Muhlenberg basketball teams were swept at home by Moravian. The Greyhound women held the Mules to 29-percent shooting and led almost the entire way in a 68-52 win, while the men pulled away late for a 65-58 victory.

The two wins give Moravian a 6-3 lead in the Matte Award standings for the 2002-03 school year.

• Women’s Basketball: The Muhlenberg women (12-6) had their six-game winning streak brought to an end by Moravian (14-5).

Junior forward Lindsay Tis tallied 13 points and three rebounds while classmate Jill Friedman scored 11 points and collected five boards. Junior Erin DeVaney recorded her season high with nine points.

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• Men’s Basketball: The Mules (7-11) made only one field goal in the final six minutes and failed in their bid to sweep Moravian for the second time in three years.

The Greyhounds (13-6) scored the final 17 points of the first half to take a 35-27 lead into the locker room, but Muhlenberg scored the first 13 points of the second half to regain a five-point lead. Moravian came back and took the lead for good midway through the second half.

Sophomore Chase Licata scored a career-high 18 points and also blocked three shots. Senior Raushan Person notched a career-best 11 points.

Senior Anthony Strachan scored 10 points and recorded four steals to become the Mules’ all-time leader in thefts with 162.

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Last updated February 3, 2003