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Monday, February 9, 2004
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A weekly look at what’s going on in the Centennial Conference:

Women’s Basketball
McDaniel clinched a spot in the CC postseason by rolling to wins against Gettysburg (77-40), Dickinson (66-43) and Haverford (97-43). The Green Terror puts its 13-game winning streak on the line when it travels to Johns Hopkins on Tuesday ... Franklin & Marshall took a one-game lead over Swarthmore for the fourth and final playoff spot by beating Ursinus while Dickinson won at Swarthmore. Dickinson, coming off a week in which it played Muhlenberg, McDaniel and Swarthmore, has its next two games against F&M and Johns Hopkins. Swarthmore has road games at Muhlenberg and F&M this week ... Haverford downed Bryn Mawr, 61-53, for its first CC win of the season.
McDaniel 14-0 18-2
Johns Hopkins 11-1 16-2
MUHLENBERG 10-3 15-5
F & M 9-4 9-9
Swarthmore 7-5 12-7
Dickinson 7-6 10-8
Gettysburg 6-8 9-12
Ursinus 4-9 7-12
Washington 2-11 5-14
Haverford 1-11 2-16
Bryn Mawr 0-13 2-16

Men’s Basketball
Franklin & Marshall became the first team to clinch a playoff spot by defeating Gettysburg, 68-56. The Diplomats then had their 13-game winning streak snapped at Ursinus, as Dennis Stanton scored a CC-record 55 points in a 104-92 win. The Bears needed the victory after falling at Washington, 89-85 ... Johns Hopkins rebounded from a 64-51 loss at Swarthmore to knock off Washington, 96-79 ... Swarthmore, after pulling off the big upset, needed overtime to get by Dickinson, 58-56 ... Gettysburg travels to Ursinus on Wednesday in a matchup of the teams tied for third.
F & M 12-1 17-3
Johns Hopkins 9-4 13-6
Ursinus 8-5 12-8
Gettysburg 8-5 12-8
Swarthmore 7-6 10-10
Haverford 6-7 8-11
Washington 5-8 8-12
MUHLENBERG 4-9 6-14
McDaniel 3-10 6-14
Dickinson 3-10 4-16
Piscadlo Named Player of the Week

Sophomore guard Kristen Piscadlo, of the Muhlenberg women’s basketball team, was named Centennial Conference player of the week after averaging 15 points,
Kristen Piscadlo
Piscadlo is one of nine Mules with at least 20 steals.
3.5 assists and 3.5 steals in a pair of Mule wins.

Piscadlo scored a career-high 21 points and helped the Mules break one team record and tie another in an 89-74 win against Gettysburg on Saturday. She was 8-for-16 from the field, including 5-for-11 from three-point range. For the fourth time this season, Muhlenberg knocked down 13 three-pointers, tying the school record for threes in a game.

Piscadlo tied for the team lead with four assists and three of the squad’s 16 steals against the Bullets. The Mules broke the school single-season record for steals and now have 398.

Piscadlo tallied nine points, three assists and four steals in Tuesday’s 82-57 win at Dickinson.

The team’s starting point guard in 17 of its 20 games, Piscadlo leads the team with 49 steals and 85 assists and ranks second with a .351 shooting percentage from three-point range. She averages 8.5 points and ranks second in the CC in assists per game (4.25), sixth in steals per game (2.45) and seventh in three-point accuracy.


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Last updated February 9, 2004