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April 17, 2009
Vol. 50 No. 21

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Track & Field loses twelve

By Greg Norris
Staff Writer

The Susquehanna women's track and field team will be graduating five seniors this May, three of which are 2009 team captains.
Leslie Irwin from King of Prussia is one of the three captains from this year's graduating class. "As a captain, I've...

Tennis loses 3 senior players

By Katelyn Deese
Staff Writer

The Susquehanna men's and women's tennis teams will say goodbye to three valued seniors at the end of this season. Making their mark over the past few seasons were Matt Mitchell, Andrew Symonette and Shelby Werronen.
Mitchell, from Millville, ...

Crusader women lose three impactful players

By Kevin Collins
Assistant Sports Editor

The Susquehanna women's lacrosse team will lose three starters this year with the graduation of tri-captains Katelyn Deese, Cynthia Wilson and Meredith Tompeck.
Deese, a midfielder from Malvern is a four year varsity contributor. She has been a...

Men's lax seniors leave their mark

By Kevin Collins
Assistant Sports Editor

Four players will leave the Susquehanna men's lacrosse team when they graduate this year, leaving a program in much better shape than it was when they began their collegiate careers.
Greg Norris, Brett Brown, Kyle Lambert and Collin Fadrowski are...

Baseball graduates eight

By Caitlin Anderson
Staff Writer

As the 2008-09 year comes to an end, head coach Denny Bowers will be losing eight seniors to graduation.
The seniors now were freshmen when Bowers came onto the Susquehanna staff. "They've been through the beginning struggle and continue to work ...

Softball seniors leave big Crusader legacies

By Caitlin Anderson
Staff Writer

At the end of the season, softball head coach Kathy Kroupa will be losing her two captains to graduation.
"Teammates look to them to get a big hit, make a big play. Both girls have a lot of ability and can make those big plays happen when needed,"...

Senior flourishes on women's golf team

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The women's golf team will say goodbye to one senior this year--Meghan Clark.
A four-year player, team captain Clark is from Port Royal. Her career collegiate average score as of now stands at 108.50, not including the results from the ...

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Track & Field loses twelve

Men's lax seniors leave their mark

Tennis loses 3 senior players

Baseball graduates eight

Softball seniors leave big Crusader legacies

Crusader women lose three impactful players

Senior flourishes on women's golf team

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