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September 19, 2003
Vol. 45 No. 2

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Kodack picture perfect in 27-6 win

By Justin Kircher
Staff Writer

Susquehanna put week one's loss behind it, as they overcoming the weather and a perennial powerhouse with statistics on its side, as the Crusaders beat Widener on the road, 27-6.

While the impressive performance by Susquehanna jumpstarted its...

Gleason leads at Penn Invite

By Sarah McMahon
Assistant Sports Editor

The Crusader men's and women's cross country teams competed in the Penn State Spiked Shoe Invitational on Saturday. While the men's team placed ninth out of 15 Division I, Division II, and Division III teams, the women's team finished 11th out of ...

Volleyball warms up at Lycoming tournament

By Sarah McMahon
Assistant Sports Editor

The Crusader women's volleyball team warmed up for the season this past week with games against Moravian, Baptist Bible and Lycoming.

Tuesday's play against Moravian resulted in a 3-0 loss, along with losses on Saturday against Baptist Bible,...

Hockey drops two games

By Joe Guistina
Senior Writer

In The Wizard of Oz, Dorothy exclaims, "There's no place like home."

For the Susquehanna field hockey team, that maxim is proving true. After opening the season with two impressive home shutouts, the team is in the midst of a four-game road...

New athletic fields in progress

By Jon Fogg
Editor in Chief

During the past few years, the Susquehanna campus has often resembled a Pennsylvania highway work zone, and this year is no exception.

Construction is under way on a new $1.6 million athletic complex on Sassafras Street, directly across from the...

Nevins scores to beat Dickinson 3-2

By Lauren McDonnell, Staff Writer
Jenna Sampson, Staff Writer

The Susquehanna women's soccer team won its third game in a row on Wednesday, as junior forward Lindsay Nevins drilled a goal into the lower left corner of the net for a 3-2 win against Dickinson.

Nevins broke away on the right side and dribbled...

Tennis extends streak to four

By Tim Brindle
Staff Writer

The Crusader women's tennis team faced two road matches this week and was able to win them both, improving to 4-0 on the year and 3-0 in the Middle Atlantic Conference.

On Wednesday, the team cruised past Juniata, 8-1. Tara McHugh won her 20th...

Men's soccer falls to Devils

By Jon Fogg
Editor in Chief

Bobby Penland's first goal of the season proved to be the eventual game-winner as host Dickinson defeated Susquehanna 2-1 on Tuesday afternoon in men's soccer action.

Penland headed in a corner kick by Andy Rowek at the 54:42 mark to give the...

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Kodack picture perfect in 27-6 win

New athletic fields in progress

Gleason leads at Penn Invite

Nevins scores to beat Dickinson 3-2

Volleyball warms up at Lycoming tournament

Tennis extends streak to four

Hockey drops two games

Men's soccer falls to Devils

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