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February 22, 2002
Vol. 43 No. 16

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Spreading his wings

Crusaders nearly upset Jays

By Van Aylward, Staff Writer
Jon Fogg, Editor in Chief

The Susquehanna men's basketball team came tantalizingly close to upsetting fourth-ranked Elizabethtown in the Middle Atlantic Conference Commonwealth Conference semifinals Wednesday night, but lost 80-77 when sophomore guard Nick Griffiths'...

Late collapse leads to loss on road

By Joe Guistina
Senior Writer

The Susquehanna women's basketball team closed out its 2001-02 campaign with a disappointing 66-57 loss at Widener on Saturday.

The Crusaders walked into halftime with a three-point lead at the Schwartz Athletic Center in Chester, but fell ...

Ranieri looks to lead Crusaders to title

By Leah Bailor
Staff Writer

The Susquehanna women's lacrosse team will have several key returning players and two new coaches as it prepares for what it hopes to be another competitive season.

Four Middle Atlantic Conference Commonwealth Conference All-Stars will be back ...

Zook leads young Crusaders

By Tim Hurd
Online Editor

The Susquehanna baseball team opens the spring season March 3 with its annual trip to Florida, starting anew after finishing last year at 11-16.

The team will play eight games in four days at Fort Pierce, Fla. before returning to Pennsylvania to...

Swimmers finish year at MACs

By Andy Zalonis
Staff Writer

Senior Michelle Badorf earned three top-five finishes to lead the Susquehanna women's swimming team to eighth place at the Middle Atlantic Conference Championships held at Widener University last weekend.

Badorf took fourth in the 200-yard...

Softball looks to defend crown

By Corey Green
Staff Writer

The Susquehanna softball team looks to continue its success from the 2001 season that ended with a 16-12-1 overall mark and a 10-4 Middle Atlantic Conference Commonwealth Conference record, which was good for the conference championship....

Miller predicts success for young squad

By Jon Fogg
Editor in Chief

Following seasons in which the program went 1-13 and 2-9, Susquehanna men's lacrosse Head Coach Ron Miller isn't just hoping for success in his second year at the helm.

He's predicting it.

"I'll be extremely disappointed if we don't have a...

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Crusaders nearly upset Jays

Swimmers finish year at MACs

Late collapse leads to loss on road

Softball looks to defend crown

Ranieri looks to lead Crusaders to title

Miller predicts success for young squad

Zook leads young Crusaders

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