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April 23, 2004
Vol. 45 No. 21

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Crusaders falter in key games

By Joe Guistina
Managing Editor of Content

What it comes down to for Susquehanna's men's lacrosse team is that it needs to win.

If the Crusaders lose one of their final two games, they won't make the four-team playoffs, even though this season has, by far, surpassed the expectations of...

Crusaders top Gettysburg, end losing streak

By John Monahan
Staff Writer

All it took was one big inning for Susquehanna's baseball team's losing streak to come to an end, for the Crusaders to finally win a game at home for the first time in almost a year.

The 8-4 win over Gettysburg concluded a 10-game losing streak,...

Carfello nets two goals in win

By Lauren McDonnell
Staff Writer

Susquehanna's women's lacrosse team earned a win Wednesday as junior defender Kristen Reineke netted four goals for the second time in three games to defeat Elizabethtown, 9-6.

Sophomore midfielder Chrissy Carfello had two goals on the ...

Rosen to represent Crusaders at MACs

By Adam Rothenberg
Staff Writer

The best in the conference will meet at the Middle Atlantic Conference Individual Championships this weekend, and the Crusaders are sending four players.

Senior Karl Rosen will represent Susquehanna at the singles tournament, after achieving a...

Lepley leads track in Messiah victory

By Doug Cirillo
Staff Writer

With less than two weeks until the Middle Atlantic Conference championships, six of the 13 teams that will compete for the prize of track and field conference champion participated at the Messiah Invitational on Saturday.

The Crusader men's and...

Softball wins third in a row

By Wendy McCardle
Staff Writer

On Tuesday, the Susquehanna softball team won its third-straight Commonwealth Conference game with a 2-1 win over Widener.

The Crusaders, who are now 14-9 overall and 6-6 in the conference, are tied for third place in the league with Widener ...

Holt shoots 73, team wins Invite

By Nick Hoover
Staff Writer

The Susquehanna men's golf team won this past weekend at the Glenmaura National Collegiate Invitational with a combined team score of 300 in Sunday's second round. The team prevailed over Wesley College, the NCAA Division III Men's Golf Champions...

Susquehanna says goodbye to athletes

By Joe Guistina, Managing Editor of Content
Chris Hannas, Sports Editor
Sarah McMahon, Assistant Sports Editor

Susquehanna's women's lacrosse team bids farewell to three seniors who have led the program to a 38-23 mark over the last four seasons.

Defender Cindy Fox and midfielders Jess Robinson and Kristin Calabree leave having been part of the Middle...

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Crusaders falter in key games

Lepley leads track in Messiah victory

Crusaders top Gettysburg, end losing streak

Softball wins third in a row

Carfello nets two goals in win

Holt shoots 73, team wins Invite

Rosen to represent Crusaders at MACs

Susquehanna says goodbye to athletes

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