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September 27, 2013
Vol. 55 No. 4

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Volleyball moves to 14-3 on season
Susquehanna volleyball defeated Gettysburg, 3-1, to improve its record to 14-3 this year.
The Crusaders were led by junior outside hitter Jessica Holm and freshman right setter Erin Byrne, with 13 kills each.
Freshman setter Maggie O'Hearn added 34 assists in the win.

Men's XC ranked sixth in region
Following a fourth-place finish at the Lock Haven Invitational, men's cross-country was ranked sixth in the United States Track and Field and Cross Country Coaches Association Mideast Region poll.
The Crusaders were ranked eighth in the region last week.

Upcoming Games
Men's soccer -- Tomorrow at home against Moravian at 3:30 p.m.

Men's rugby defeats Albright
Senior Sam Silknetter scored a try and went three-for-four on conversion kicks.
Silknetter led the way for the Crusaders in a 26-5 win over Albright.
Senior Joey Ferraro, sophomore Chris Warden and sophomore Mark Soltis also scored tries for the Crusaders. With the win, Susquehanna moved to 3-0 on the year in preparation for their first home match of the season, versus Bucknell, Oct. 5 at 1 p.m.

Women's rugby loses to Mount St. Mary's, 65-5
Sophomore Emma Waite scored Susquehanna's only try of the game. The team will play at Gettysburg tomorrow.


Crusaders denied first victory by Red Devils

Soccer loses first LC game

Dunkel a hit on and off of the court

Welkie shoots 72 at Empire 8 Champs

Crusaders denied first winning streak of the season

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