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April 15, 2011
Vol. 52 No. 21

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Women place fourth, men earn fifth at Messiah

By Thaddeus Yeiser
Staff Writer

The men's and women's track and field teams competed at the Messiah Invitational last weekend.

The women ended the day in fourth place with 69 points. The men also scored 69, and it was good enough for fifth place at the meet.

Susquehanna's...

Cardinals end Crusaders' run

By Joey Lauver
Staff Writer

The Susquehanna women's lacrosse team's most recent matchup pitted them against the Scranton Royals in the first conference matchup of their season on April 13.

Three Crusaders posted multi-goal games, including freshmen midfielder Michelle...

Golf is a swinging success

By Anthony Mitchell
Staff Writer

The Susquehanna men's and women's golf teams posted solid finishes over the last week in preparation for the conference championships.

Glenmaura Invitational (Men, 3rd place)

The men's team is playing well at the right time with a ...

Men's lacrosse loses two tough games over weekend

By Will Dietrich-Egensteiner
Staff Writer

The Susquehanna men's lacrosse team out-scored host Elmira in the second half, 7-5, but still lost its second game of the weekend, 10-9, on Sunday afternoon.

It was Susquehanna's second straight one-goal loss and the third of the season. With ...

Baseball sweeps Drew, ends long slide

By Chris Caggiano
Staff Writer

Over the weekend, the Crusaders swept Landmark Conference rival Drew (7-15-1, 2-8-1) to improve their overall record to 10-15 and their conference record to 5-4, moving the Crusaders to third in the conference standings.

Susquehanna 4, Drew...

Crusader squads fall to Scranton, drop in standings

By Erin Ferguson
Staff Writer

The Susquehanna men's and women's tennis teams fell to conference opponents Scranton on Saturday, April 9 in an away match.

The men fell by a 9-0 decision and women by a close 5-4 decision.

The loss brings the men's record to 7-3 and the...

Crusaders dodge Bullets, beat E-town

By George Thompson
Staff Writer

In game one of the series against Elizabethtown on April 11, the Susquehanna softball team's sophomore pitcher Sarah Hoffman kept Elizabethtown hitless until the fourth inning, while the offense scored three runs in the sixth.

Susquehanna used a...

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Women place fourth, men earn fifth at Messiah

Baseball sweeps Drew, ends long slide

Cardinals end Crusaders' run

Crusader squads fall to Scranton, drop in standings

Golf is a swinging success

Crusaders dodge Bullets, beat E-town

Men's lacrosse loses two tough games over weekend

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