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Monday, January 12, 2004
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A weekly look at what’s going on in the Centennial Conference:

Women’s Basketball
First place in the CC will be on the line this weekend at Memorial Hall when Johns Hopkins (Friday night) and McDaniel (Saturday afternoon) visit Muhlenberg. The Blue Jays remained undefeated in the CC with a 70-37 win against Bryn Mawr, while the Green Terror kept pace with wins over Franklin & Marshall (68-56) and Haverford (79-52) ... Dickinson scored a big win on Saturday, defeating Swarthmore, 57-46.
MUHLENBERG 5-0 10-0
McDaniel 5-0 8-2
Johns Hopkins 4-0 9-1
F & M 4-2 4-6
Dickinson 2-1 5-3
Ursinus 2-2 3-4
Swarthmore 2-3 7-5
Washington 1-4 3-7
Gettysburg 1-5 4-9
Haverford 0-3 1-8
Bryn Mawr 0-6 1-9

Men’s Basketball
In a rematch of last year’s CC championship game, Franklin & Marshall easily beat Ursinus, 108-71 ... Haverford also defeated Ursinus earlier in the week ... Johns Hopkins kept its perfect CC record intact with close wins over Gettysburg (70-67) and Washington (70-63) ... Dickinson has won three in a row after an 0-8 start ... On the flip side, Washington has dropped eight straight after a 3-0 start. Two days after losing in overtime to Muhlenberg, the Shoremen fell at Swarthmore in double overtime.
F & M 4-0 9-2
Johns Hopkins 4-0 8-2
Gettysburg 2-2 6-5
Ursinus 2-2 6-5
MUHLENBERG 2-2 4-6
Haverford 2-2 4-6
Dickinson 2-2 3-8
McDaniel 1-3 4-7
Swarthmore 1-3 4-7
Washington 0-4 3-8
Women’s Basketball Suffers First Loss

After opening the season with 10 straight wins, the Muhlenberg women’s basketball team was defeated for the first time, dropping a 91-83 non-conference home game to DeSales.

The Bulldogs (9-2) had six players in double figures and committed only 27 turnovers – the fewest against the Mules this season.

Muhlenberg scored the first basket of the game, but DeSales ran off the next 11 points and held its lead the rest of the way. The Mules never got closer than seven points down in the second half.

Sophomore Tiffany Kirk scored a career-high 20 points, making six three-pointers (one short of the school record). She was 4-of-6 from behind the arc in the second half alone.

Senior Jill Friedman recorded her second double-double of the season with 14 points and 11 rebounds. Senior Susan Marchiano pulled down 12 rebounds, the most by a Muhlenberg player this year.

Junior Gwen Doyle tied a school record by making a three-pointer for the 14th consecutive game.

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Last updated January 12, 2004