Wednesday, September 16, 2009

Tuesday's aCCtion

Cross Country (W)
Dickinson won its 15th consecutive "Little Three" title with wins over Franklin & Marshall and Gettysburg. Kerrin Epstein of Gettysburg was the individual winner.

Cross Country (M)
Make it 13 straight "Little Three" titles for Dickinson as the Devils downed F&M and Gettysburg. Greg Leak, the 2008 CC Runner of the Year, was first across the finish line.

Field Hockey
#6 Lebanon Valley handed Dickinson a 9-2 defeat. Lizzie Boorse, the reigning CC Player of the Week, had a goal and an assist for the Devils. Franklin & Marshall outshot Neumann, 36-3, on its way to a 3-0 defeat of the Knights. Nina Emala scored the game-winning goal in overtime to lift #13 Gettysburg past Catholic, 2-1. Three second-half goals proved to be the difference in Elizabethtown's 3-0 win over Swarthmore.

Soccer (W)
Dickinson set a school and Conference record with its sixth straight shutout in a 2-0 triumph over Immaculata.

Soccer (M)
Elizabethtown scored a goal in the second overtime period to down McDaniel, 2-1.

Tennis (W)
Bryn Mawr dropped a 7-2 decision to West Chester, winning at No. 1 doubles and No. 4 singles.

Nicole Burns and Virginia Hogan each had 10 kills as Gettysburg swept Bryn Mawr in its Centennial opener. Alex Zenoff had 13 kills as Johns Hopkins handled Hood in four sets. Catholic needed four sets to dispatch Washington despite 11 kills from Alyssa Forget.

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