- Diplomats Run CC Table
- Fords Edge Garnet
- Bullets Roll Past Owls
SWARTHMORE, PA -- The Washington College women's lacrosse team has qualified for the Centennial Conference Tournament for the first time since 2003. The Shorewomen, who finished their regular season with a 13-12 loss at Swarthmore Thursday, got good news today as Swarthmore lost to visiting Haverford, 9-8, on the final day of conference play. Swarthmore's loss created a two-way tie for fifth place in the final conference standings as both Washington and Dickinson finished at 4-5. (Swarthmore finished at 3-6.). The Shorewomen won the head-to-head regular season meeting against Dickinson, breaking the tie for fifth and giving Washington the fifth and final seed in the conference tournament.
Franklin & Marshall 8, Dickinson
LANCASTER, Pa. – For the fourth time in five years, Franklin & Marshall cut through the Centennial Conference (CC) portion of its schedule without a loss. The No. 7 Diplomats (15-2, 9-0 CC) wrapped up the regular season with an 8-1 win at Dickinson to springboard into next weekend's CC Championship tournament, which will be played without the Red Devils (7-10, 4-5 CC) for the first time in five years. F&M got goals from seven different players, outshooting their hosts 29-15. Only Cat Serpe scored multiple goals, while Katie Delaney and Caroline Krohn each tallied a goal and an assist.
Haverford 9, Swarthmore 8
SWARTHMORE, Pa. – Josie Ferri scored three goals, including the eventual game-winner with 3:29 left, as the Haverford College women’s lacrosse team defeated Centennial Conference opponent Swarthmore College, 9-8, in come from behind fashion in the regular season finale Saturday. The Fords (10-6, 6-3 CC) secured the fourth seed for the Centennial Conference championship tournament earlier in the week. Haverford will host Washington College in the first round Wednesday, April 27 at Swan Field. In the first meeting on April 13, the Fords squeaked past the Shorewomen, 9-8 in Maryland. Josie Ferri finished the day with five points (three goals, two assists), four caused turnovers and three ground balls. Perrin Downing and Kayleigh Herrick-Reynolds also recorded hat-tricks. For the Garnet, Annalise Penikis and Marie Mutryn scored four goals each.
Gettysburg 22, Bryn Mawr 1
GETTYSBURG, Pa. - The sixth-ranked Gettysburg College women’s lacrosse team put a stamp on the end of the regular season with a 22-1 victory over Bryn Mawr College on Saturday. Nine Bullets found the back of the net led by freshman Bailey Beardsley with a season-high five. Sophomore Hayward Sawers posted a career-high seven points on four goals and three assists, while junior Hannah Church and sophomore Haley Stauch each tallied three goals. Grace Ciolfi capped the day with two goals and three assists and Lindsay Menton tallied two goals.