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April 23, 2010
Vol. 51 No. 21

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Catholic snaps winning streak

By Stephanie Meyer
Forum Editor

The women's lacrosse team saw its eight-game winning streak this past Saturday come to a thundering end, losing to the Cardinals of Catholic at Cardinal Stadium, 18-3.

Catholic is ranked No. 17 in the nation for Division III lacrosse.

The...

Golf seniors complete final score card

By Cory Prescott
Senior Writer

The Susquehanna men's and women's golf teams will lose key contributors next year, as a total of five seniors will be graduating.

The men's team, which just earned its first Empire 8 Champ- ionship and swept all of the major awards, will lose...

Crusaders allow five goals in final frame, lose 11-7

By Chris Caggiano
Contributing writer

The Susquehanna men's lacrosse team traveled to Washington D.C. and lost on the road, 11-7, to Catholic in a physical, hard-fought game at Cardinal Stadium on April 17.

The Crusaders were led by sophomore attack Dustin Breakey who scored three...

Seniors to cross finish line for last time

By Kevin Collins
Sports Editor

The Susquehanna men's and women's track & field teams will graduate six athletes at the end of this season.

Among those departing are All-American distance runner Paul Thistle and All-Landmark conference sprinter Josh Simpson.

Thistle, a...

Tennis teams to lose five players

By Kevin Collins
Sports Editor

The Susquehanna men's and women's tennis teams will have to find a way to replace five talented seniors who are set to graduate at the end of this semester.

The men will see four of their athletes ride into the sunset while the women will part...

Crusaders beat Cardinals, 8-3

By Will Dietrich-Egenste
Staff Writer

Freshman pitcher Brian Wendig threw a complete game and didn't let up a hit until the eighth inning of Susquehanna's 8-3 victory over Catholic in a Landmark Conference game at Harold Bollinger Field on April 18.

Catholic (17-9, 10-2 Landmark) ...

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Catholic snaps winning streak

Seniors to cross finish line for last time

Golf seniors complete final score card

Tennis teams to lose five players

Crusaders beat Cardinals, 8-3

Crusaders allow five goals in final frame, lose 11-7

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