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November 20, 2009
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Cross country finishes sixth in regionals

By Caitlin Anderson
Staff Writer

The Susquehanna men's cross country team placed sixth out of 45 teams on Nov. 14 at the 2009 NCAA Division III Mideast Region championship at Lehigh's Goodman Campus.

Susquehanna finished with 201 points while Allegheny claimed the regional...

Crusader men fall short in debut as Eagles soar, 72-49

By Kevin Collins
Assistant Sports Editor

The Susquehanna men's basketball team opened its 2009-10 season last Sunday by losing a non-conference game to Bridgewater, 72-49.

Junior forward Fran Brzyski led the Crusaders with eight points and eight rebounds in the losing effort, while...

Football heads to D-III playoffs

By Tyler Ruby
Staff Writer

With the Liberty League Championship on the line, Susquehanna traveled to Union to try to secure the win and a bid to the NCAA Division III playoffs.

Senior quad-captain running back Dave Paveletz was a late addition to the lineup after ...

Women drop nail-biter to Messiah, lose 73-72

By Will Dietrich-Egensteiner
Staff Writer

The Susquehanna women's basketball team lost its 2009-10 season opener by only one point, 73-72, to visiting Messiah at the O.W. Houts Gymnasium on Nov. 17.

Susquehanna led the game at halftime by a score of 36-28 and had a 15-point lead six...

Men's swimming still unbeaten while women lose to Dickinson

By Clay Reimus
Staff Writer

The men's swim team preserved its undefeated record after a 119-86 win on Saturday, Nov. 14 over Dickinson, while the women's team dropped its first meet, losing to the Red Devils 117-87 at the Kline Center in Carlisle.

Freshman Chadd Lee led ...

Aggies set for battle Saturday

By Matt Levy
Delaware Valley College

Delaware Valley Head Coach Jim Clements and his squad ran the table in conference play after a non-league schedule that saw them post victories over Centennial Conference champion Johns Hopkins University (23-7) and New Jersey Athletic Conference...

SPORTS HEADLINES

Cross country finishes sixth in regionals

Women drop nail-biter to Messiah, lose 73-72

Crusader men fall short in debut as Eagles soar, 72-49

Men's swimming still unbeaten while women lose to Dickinson

Football heads to D-III playoffs

Aggies set for battle Saturday

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