Sat., Feb, 13
1:00 PM Men's Basketball
Franklin & Marshall
@ Johns Hopkins
Wall-O'Mahony Game
3:00 PM Men's Basketball
McDaniel
@ Haverford
4:00 PM Men's Basketball
Washington College
@ Muhlenberg
4:00 PM Men's Basketball
Swarthmore
@ Dickinson
Senior Day
9:00 AM Men's Indoor Track and Field
Franklin & Marshall
@ Monmouth Open
Monmouth University, West Long Branch, N.J.
10:00 AM Men's Indoor Track and Field
Johns Hopkins
@ Valentine Invitational
Boston University, Boston, Mass.
10:00 AM Men's Indoor Track and Field
Swarthmore
@ Valentine Invitational
Boston University, Boston, Mass.
2:00 PM Women's Basketball
Swarthmore
@ Dickinson
Senior Day
2:00 PM Women's Basketball
Washington College
@ Muhlenberg
3:00 PM Women's Basketball
Franklin & Marshall
@ Johns Hopkins
9:00 AM Women's Indoor Track and Field
Franklin & Marshall
@ Monmouth Open
Monmouth University, West Long Branch, N.J.
10:00 AM Women's Indoor Track and Field
Swarthmore
@ Valentine Invitational
Boston University, Boston, Mass.
10:00 AM Women's Indoor Track and Field
Johns Hopkins
@ Valentine Invitational
Boston University, Boston, Mass.
10:00 AM Wrestling
All Teams
@ Centennial Conference Championships
McDaniel College, Westminster, Md.
Mon., Feb, 15
4:30 PM
Haverford
@ Widener Dual Meet
Haverford, Pa.
4:30 PM
Haverford
@ Widener Dual Meet
Haverford, Pa.
6:00 PM Men's Basketball
Franklin & Marshall
@ Ursinus
7:30 PM Men's Basketball
Valley Forge
@ McDaniel
8:00 PM Men's Basketball
Haverford
@ Johns Hopkins
6:00 PM Women's Basketball
Haverford
@ Johns Hopkins
8:00 PM Women's Basketball
Franklin & Marshall
@ Ursinus
Wed., Feb, 17
7:00 PM
McDaniel
@ Messiah
Westminster, Md.
6:00 PM Men's Basketball
McDaniel
@ Washington College
6:00 PM Men's Basketball
Muhlenberg
@ Swarthmore
7:30 PM Men's Basketball
Ursinus
@ Haverford
8:00 PM Men's Basketball
Dickinson
@ Johns Hopkins
8:00 PM Men's Basketball
Gettysburg
@ Franklin & Marshall
6:00 PM Women's Basketball
Dickinson
@ Johns Hopkins
6:00 PM Women's Basketball
Gettysburg
@ Franklin & Marshall
7:00 PM Women's Basketball
Ursinus
@ Bryn Mawr
8:00 PM Women's Basketball
McDaniel
@ Washington College
8:00 PM Women's Basketball
Muhlenberg
@ Swarthmore
Thu., Feb, 18
7:00 PM
New York University
@ College of Mount St. Vincent
Brookville, N.Y.
11:00 AM Men's Swimming
All Teams
@ Centennial Conference Championships
11:00 AM Women's Swimming
All Teams
@ Centennial Conference Championships
Fri., Feb, 19
7:00 PM
New York University
@ LIU-Post
Brookville, N.Y.
7:00 PM
Gettysburg
@ York College (Pa.)
York, Pa.
7:00 PM Men's Swimming
All Teams
@ Centennial Conference Championships
7:00 PM Women's Swimming
All Teams
@ Centennial Conference Championships
Sat., Feb, 20
11:00 AM
Haverford
@ Keogh Invitational
Haverford, Pa.
11:00 AM
Muhlenberg
@ Keogh Invitational
Haverford, Pa.
11:00 AM
Swarthmore
@ Keogh Invitational
Haverford, Pa.
10:00 AM
Dickinson
@ Susquehanna Open
Selinsgrove, Pa.
10:00 AM
Gettysburg
@ Susquehanna Open
Selinsgrove, Pa.
Muhlenberg
@ Penn Tech
Allentown, Pa.
11:00 AM
Haverford
@ Keogh Invitational
Haverford, Pa.
11:00 AM
Bryn Mawr
@ Keogh Invitational
Haverford, Pa.
11:00 AM
Muhlenberg
@ Keogh Invitational
Haverford, Pa.
11:00 AM
Swarthmore
@ Keogh Invitational
Haverford, Pa.
11:00 AM
Ursinus
@ Keogh Invitational
Haverford, Pa.
Sat., Feb, 13
Postponed Women's Basketball
Ursinus
@ Gettysburg
Postponed Men's Basketball
Ursinus
@ Gettysburg
Start of 1st
Women's Basketball
0 McDaniel
0 @ Haverford
Fri., Feb, 12
Final Women's Basketball
71 Trinity (D.C.)
56 @ Bryn Mawr
Wed., Feb, 10
Final Men's Basketball
78 Dickinson
61 @ Gettysburg
Final Men's Basketball
50 Johns Hopkins
60 @ McDaniel
Final Men's Basketball
62 Haverford
69 @ Muhlenberg
Final Women's Basketball
74 Swarthmore
44 @ Bryn Mawr
Final Men's Basketball
84 Swarthmore
62 @ Washington College
Final Women's Basketball
42 Dickinson
53 @ Gettysburg
Final Women's Basketball
48 Johns Hopkins
51 @ McDaniel
Final Women's Basketball
35 Haverford
62 @ Muhlenberg
Mon., Feb, 08
Final Men's Basketball
61 Muhlenberg
79 @ Dickinson
Final Women's Basketball
52 Washington College
63 @ Ursinus
Final Women's Basketball
84 #12 Muhlenberg
71 @ Dickinson
Sat., Feb, 06
Final Men's Basketball
69 Dickinson
62 @ Washington College
Final Men's Basketball
53 Johns Hopkins
58 @ Muhlenberg
Final Men's Basketball
67 Gettysburg
32 @ Haverford
Final Men's Basketball
64 Ursinus
65 @ McDaniel
Final Men's Basketball
72 #16 Franklin & Marshall
66 @ Swarthmore
Final Women's Basketball
71 Dickinson
57 @ Washington College
Final Women's Basketball
54 Johns Hopkins
66 @ Muhlenberg
Final Women's Basketball
62 Ursinus
71 @ McDaniel
Final - OT Women's Basketball
59 Gettysburg
68 @ Haverford
Final Women's Basketball
50 Bryn Mawr
78 @ Franklin & Marshall
L, 65-114 Women's Swimming
65 Bryn Mawr
114 @ #20 Ursinus
L, 94.5-110.5 Women's Swimming
94.5 Swarthmore
110.5 @ Dickinson
L, 102-160 Women's Swimming
102 Franklin & Marshall
160 @ Gettysburg
W, 56-39 Women's Swimming
56 Washington College
39 @ McDaniel
2:00 PM Men's Swimming
115 Swarthmore
90 @ Dickinson
1:00 PM Men's Swimming
79 Franklin & Marshall
182 @ #25 Gettysburg
1:00 PM Men's Swimming
57 Washington College
38 @ McDaniel
L, 18-21 Wrestling
18 Gettysburg
21 @ Merchant Marine
Baltimore, Md.
L, 9-35 Wrestling
9 Muhlenberg
35 @ Gettysburg
Baltimore, Md.
W, 33-10 Wrestling
33 Ursinus
10 @ Gettysburg
Baltimore, Md.
W, 38-3 Wrestling
38 Johns Hopkins
3 @ Muhlenberg
Baltimore, Md.
W, 36-6 Wrestling
36 Merchant Marine
6 @ Johns Hopkins
Baltimore, Md.
L, 6-36 Wrestling
6 Johns Hopkins
36 @ Ursinus
Baltimore, Md.
L, 9-28 Wrestling
9 McDaniel
28 @ #22 New York U.
Hoboken, N.J.
W, 45-3 Wrestling
45 #22 New York U.
3 @ Washington & Lee
Hoboken, N.J.
W, 49-9 Wrestling
49 #20 Stevens
0 @ McDaniel
Hoboken, N.J.
W, 52-3 Wrestling
52 #20 Stevens
3 @ Washington & Lee
Hoboken, N.J.
Fri., Feb, 05
W, 139-66 Women's Swimming
139 #20 Ursinus
66 @ Franklin & Marshall
L, 100-105 Men's Swimming
100 Ursinus
105 @ Franklin & Marshall
Thu., Feb, 04
Final Men's Basketball
53 Washington College
79 @ Ursinus
Final Women's Basketball
59 Swarthmore
37 @ Washington College
Final Women's Basketball
29 Bryn Mawr
87 @ Johns Hopkins
Final Women's Basketball
48 #12 Muhlenberg
57 @ Gettysburg
Final Women's Basketball
37 Haverford
55 @ Ursinus
Wed., Feb, 03
W, 119-85 Women's Swimming
119 Gettysburg
85 @ Dickinson
Conf All
Franklin & Marshall 13-1 18-3
Swarthmore 11-4 17-5
Gettysburg 10-5 15-7
Dickinson 9-6 10-12
McDaniel 8-7 11-10
Johns Hopkins 7-7 10-11
Ursinus 6-8 10-11
Muhlenberg 6-9 9-12
Haverford 2-12 4-17
Washington College 1-14 3-19

Players of the Week

Men's Basketball Men's Basketball Release #12 McDaniel senior Tim Stewart was named Player of the Week.
Ursinus' Pope Named Field Athlete of the Week Pope recorded a mark of 45’4.5” to finish second in the triple jump at the Frank Colden Invitational.
Haverford's Marquardt Named Track Athlete of the Week Marquardt broke his own Centennial Conference record in the 3,000 meters with a time of 8:06.56.
Women's Basketball McDaniel's Davis Selected Player of the Week Davis averaged 12.0 points, 8.0 rebounds, 4.5 assists, and 4.0 steals per game in a 2-0 week for the Green Terror.
NYU's Pike Named Wrestler of the Week New York University junior Nathan Pike was selected as the Centennial Conference Wrestler of the Week for the week ending February 7, 2016.
Ursinus' Lyons Selected Swimmer of the Week Ursinus freshman Peyten Lyons was selected Centennial Conference Swimmer of the Week for the week ending February 7, 2016.
Franklin & Marshall's Swisher Named Field Athlete of the Week Swisher turned in a first-place finish and reset the meet record in the pole vault with a height of 12'-1.50" at the DeSchriver Invitational.
Gettysburg's Cavanaugh Named Track Athlete of the Week Cavanaugh broke her own school record in the 55-hurdles at the Dickinson DuCharme Invitational.
Men's Basketball Men's Basketball Release #11 Franklin & Marshall sophomore Brandon Federici was named Player of the Week.
WAC's Morgan Named Swimmer of the Week Washington College senior Lucas Morgan was selected Centennial Conference Swimmer of the Week for the week ending January 31, 2016.
Women's Basketball Swarthmore's Jowdy, McDaniel's Nichols Named Co-Players of the Week Jowdy averaged 24 points, 8.7 rebounds, 4.3 assists, and 3.7 steals per game last week; Nichols led the Green Terror to a 2-1 week, averaging 24.7 points per game.
Stevens' Kowal Selected Wrestler of the Week Stevens Institute sophomore A.J. Kowal was selected as the Centennial Conference Wrestler of the Week for the week ending January 31, 2016.
F&M's Meyers Named Swimmer of the Week Franklin and Marshall junior Becca Meyers was selected Centennial Conference Swimmer of the Week for the week ending January 31, 2016.
Men's Basketball Men's Basketball Release #10 Dickinson senior Ted Hinnenkamp was named Player of the Week for the second consecutive week.
Women's Basketball Muhlenberg's Vallely Selected Player of the Week Vallely had 16 points, 10 rebounds, and 10 assists for her NCAA-record fourth triple-double of the season in a 74-54 win against Stevens.
Gettysburg's Triandafilou Named Wrestler of the Week Gettysburg freshman Paul Triandafilou was selected as the Centennial Conference Wrestler of the Week for the week ending January 24, 2016.
Men's Basketball Men's Basketball Release #9 Dickinson senior Ted Hinnenkamp was named Player of the Week.
Ursinus' Wagner Swimmer of the Week Ursinus sophomore Marcus Wagner selected Centennial Conference Swimmer of the Week for the week ending January 17, 2016.
Women's Basketball McDaniel's Nichols Named Player of the Week Nichols averaged 23.0 points per game on the week, reaching the 20-point mark in all three games, to lead the Green Terror to a 3-0 week.
Stevens' Kowal Selected Wrestler of the Week Stevens Institute of Technology sophomore AJ Kowal was selected as the Centennial Conference Wrestler of the Week for the week ending January 17, 2016.
Dickinson's Lyman Selected Swimmer of the Week Dickinson freshman Olivia Lyman selected Centennial Conference Swimmer of the Week for the week ending January 18, 2016.

In the Community

Muhlenberg Basketball Teams Visit Elementary School Earlier this week, the Muhlenberg basketball teams continued their cherished tradition of visiting Jefferson Elementary School.
Gettysburg Nominated for DIII Special Olympics Spotlight Poll Gettysburg College has been selected as one of three institutions to participate in the December edition of the NCAA Division III Special Olympics Spotlight Poll for a story on its recent partnership with the Adams County Special Olympics Team.
F&M Football Team Donates More than 8,000 Diapers to WSM The team's donation will provide children with diapers for the next two months at the Water Street Ministries shelter.
Swarthmore Student-Athletes Volunteer At Hilltop Elementary Swarthmore student-athletes and coaches help kindergarten and first-grade students with reading and crafts.
Centennial Conference SAAC Supports the You Can Play Project The Centennial Conference SAAC produced a video to spread the message of the You Can Play project.
Bullets Host Susquehanna for Coach to Cure MD Game For the third consecutive season, the annual meeting between Gettysburg and Susquehanna will be a part of Coach to Cure MD.
Dickinson SAAC Initiates New Faculty-Athlete Initiative The initiative focuses on connecting the faculty with student-athletes to provide additional mentoring.
Division III Week Take a look at what Centennial Conference schools did to celebrate Division III Week.
Bryn Mawr Athletics Prepares to Celebrate "Pink Week" All Bryn Mawr spring squads will be participating in "pink-outs" this week to raise awareness and money for breast cancer research.
Football Be Dickinson's Third Match - Bone Marrow Registry Drive Dickinson Football will host its 3rd annual Be The Match, Get In The Game bone marrow Registry Drive on Wednesday, March 25, 2015.
Swarthmore Athletics Hosts National Girls & Women in Sports Day Event Members of the Swarthmore women's teams administered activities for National Girls & Women in Sports Day.
Men's Basketball Karl Barkley Named to NABC Good Works Team Swarthmore senior guard Karl Barkley is one of just three Division III men to earn a spot on the 2015 NABC Good Works Team.
Women's Basketball Katie Clark Named to WBCA Good Works Team Johns Hopkins junior Katie Clark is one of just two Division III players to earn a spot on the 2015 WBCA Good Works Team.
Men's Lacrosse Dickinson Laxers Raise $50K Playing Volleyball The Dickinson men's lacrosse team held their Ninth Annual Volleyball-a-Thon to raise money for the Red Cross.
Football Udinski Honored by AFCA The senior was one of 22 players recognized for outstanding play and community service.
Women's Volleyball Volleyball Teams Partner With Tanner's Touch Foundation The Centennial Conference Volleyball teams and The Tanner’s Touch Foundation, a non-profit organization based out of Carroll County, MD, have joined together to raise money for pediatric cancer.
Men's Lacrosse "Just So American" The Muhlenberg men's lacrosse team recently ran the Stephen Siller Tunnel to Towers 5K. They all ran with a sense of pride and ran for something bigger than us all.
Swarthmore Softball Teams With Friends of Morris Park Equipped with shovels, gloves and mud boots, the Swarthmore softball team set out to clear invasive species in areas of the 147-acre Morris Park located west of the Schuylkill River.
Football Longo Nominated for AFCA Good Works Team Johns Hopkins rising senior DE Michael Longo is one of 182 college football players nominated for the nationwide Team.
Football Porcelli Nominated for AFCA Good Works Team Franklin & Marshall rising senior WR Nick Porcelli is one of 182 college football players nominated for the nationwide Team.
Men's Lacrosse Salmons Donates Bone Marrow to Save a Life It was always Reed Salmons' intention to go to medical school. The Dickinson senior lacrosse player now has new insight into cancer treatment.
McDaniel to Host Special Olympics Event The McDaniel College Student Athlete Advisory Committee is hosting the Special Olympics of Maryland Basketball tournament on Saturday, March 8.
F&M Basketball Raises $29K for Local Charities The Franklin & Marshall Athletic Department raised $29,824 through its partnership with the Lancaster Rotary Club for local charities with proceeds from its basketball tournaments.
Red Devil Baseball Signs Matt Kocsis Joining the Red Devils from the Team IMPACT program is 17 year old Matt Kocsis. At a press conference, Matt signed his commitment letter to become an official member of the Dickinson baseball family.
Haverford Recognized for Community Service The National Association of Division III Athletic Administrators has once again recognized Haverford for its commitment to community service.
Muhlenberg Hoop Teams Head Back to School The Muhlenberg men's and women's basketball teams visited an elementary school as part of the Martin Luther King Jr. Day of Service.
In the Cleanup Spot The Muhlenberg softball team was recently involved in a pair of service projects in the city of Allentown.
Haverford Recognized Again for Special Olympics Work Haverford College is once again featured in the NCAA Division III Special Olympics Spotlight Poll.
Women's Volleyball Volleyball Teams Partner With Tanner's Touch Foundation The Centennial Conference Volleyball teams and The Tanner’s Touch Foundation, a non-profit organization based out of Carroll County, MD, have joined together to raise money for pediatric cancer.
Swarthmore Volleyball Donates Time at Philabundance Hunger Relief Center The Swarthmore College volleyball team recently volunteered at the Philabundance Hunger Relief Center.

Spotlight

Dickinson Athletics and SAAC Joins the "It's On Us" Campaign The "It's On Us" campaign is a national movement to raise awareness and end sexual assault on college campuses.
McNamara Named Gagliardi Trophy Semifinalist McNamara has been named one of 10 semifinalists for the 2015 Gagliardi Trophy, given to the most outstanding football player in NCAA Division III.
Field Hockey Keenan Earns Elite 90 Award Ursinus senior Megan Keenan added to her postseason laurels by earning the NCAA Elite 90 award.
Gettysburg Hosts Green Dot Awareness Day Green Dot is a national violence prevention program implemented by the College in 2015 that trains students, faculty, and staff in bystander intervention.
Haverford Women's Soccer Welcomes Delaware County Special Olympics Haverford women's soccer is featured in the Division III Special Olympics Spotlight Poll. Voting ends Sunday, October 25th.
2015 NCAA Woman of the Year Will Be Announced on Sunday The 2015 NCAA Woman of the Year will be announced on Sunday, October 18th, during a ceremony in Indianapolis.
Swarthmore College's Vachal Performs on NBC's "The Voice" Swarthmore alumna Amy Vachal '11, who played varsity women's lacrosse and soccer, had her debut on "The Voice".
Brothers Jason and Yongjun Heo Launch Anti-Hunger App Swarthmore graduates Jason Heo '15 and Yongjun Heo '09 will release their app FarePath this fall.
Bogdanovski, Davis Selected NCAA WOTY Nominees Johns Hopkins’ Ana Bogdanovski and Swarthmore’s Supriya Davis were selected as the 2015 Centennial Conference NCAA Woman of the Year nominees.
Men's Golf Twice as Nice for Svigals, F&M Franklin & Marshall won its second consecutive Centennial men's golf championship in record fashion.
Men's Lacrosse Janczyk's 400 Wins Simply a Byproduct Gettysburg coach Hank Janczyk has become the second NCAA lacrosse coach to ever crack the 400-win barrier. For those who played for and coached with him, the number doesn't tell whole story.
Men's Basketball Wixted Prepares for Life After Basketball Gerry Wixted’s basketball resume is dotted with success stories: two Centennial titles, Dickinson's all-time leading scorer, National Player of the Year. Basketball has been Wixted’s focus for the past 13 years, but come May, that focus will change.
303 Named to Academic Honor Roll The 2015 Centennial Conference Winter Academic Honor Roll recognizes 303 students for their performance in the classroom and as a member of a varsity team. 64 students also earned All-Centennial recognition.
Women's Basketball Drive for 5(00) McDaniel women's basketball head coach Becky Martin is closing in on 500 career wins.
NCAA Convention Review Here is a summary of the 2015 NCAA Convention that concluded last weekend at National Harbor, Md.
Men's Basketball Robinson Passes Dean Smith for 6th All-Time Franklin & Marshall defeated Immaculata to give coach Glenn Robinson his 880th career win - one more than North Carolina legend Dean Smith.
Gear Up for the Fall Championships Field hockey, men's soccer, women's soccer, and volleyball championship t-shirts are now available in the online store.
Football From Always Sunny Ursinus to No. 1 in the Land The rise of Mississippi State to the top of the college football world has humble beginnings in Collegeville, Pa.
Centennial Conference Launches Online Store The Centennial Conference is pleased to announce that it is starting an online store with Conference gear and championship apparel.
The Centennial Mobile App is Here With Centennial Front Row, fans can cheer on your favorite team as if they were in the front row of the arena!
Football Chemistry on the Line Does chemistry on the offensive line fuel Muhlenberg's 3-0 football start?
Centennial Conference Embarks on Concussion Study The Centennial will collect data on the incidents of concussions in the sports of football, soccer and lacrosse.
Women's Basketball Laney Selected to Give Muhlenberg Address Erin Laney was selected as the senior speaker and will deliver the address for the Class of 2014 at Muhlenberg’s 166th Commencement on Sunday.
Salandra Scores in Academics and Athletics It was the combination of academics and athletics that led Jon Salandra to F&M. It was his drive that led him to All-Centennial honors and medical school.
Baseball Back in the Swing of Things After a tumultuous semester, Swarthmore baseball standout Nicko Burnett is back on track with help from the community.
Haverford -oops! In the early 90s, Haverford embarked on a harrowing streak, bringing pain and joy - and bonding a group of men together forever.
Schilit On Fast Track With Nike's Oregon Track Club At the time of his graduation last year, Haverford College’s Jordan Schilit thought he would be continuing his academic career with the pursuit of a master’s degree in journalism. Instead, he is running professionally for Nike’s Oregon Track Club (OTC).
A Thai in Wrestling There are plenty of students like Che Chengsupanimit at Muhlenberg College. In many ways, though, there aren’t any students like Che Chengsupanimit at Muhlenberg.
Something to Prove “Mathematics is definitive,” said Ryan Matzke, a junior runner at Gettysburg. “If you prove something, you don’t need to worry about people arguing over it due to their opinions. If you prove it, then it’s true.”
Bullet Swimmers Go For Gold to Fight Kids Cancer For the second year in a row, Gettysburg's men's and women's swimming teams are joining in the fight against pediatric cancer, and you can help.
Conteh's Journey Johns Hopkins senior guard Fatu Conteh has a nice appreciation for life in America after traveling to Cape Town, South Africa studying HIV/AIDS two summers ago and spending seven weeks at the University of Cape Town.
Conquering the Holy Land: Winning the Gold at Maccabi Haverford's Matt Sherman writes a first-person account of his gold-medal effort in basketball at the 19th Maccabi Games.
It's Easy Being Green Dickinson, Franklin & Marshall and Swarthmore are among eight colleges and universities to join the Pennsylvania Collegiate Green Sports Consortium.
1000 To 1: The Cory Weissman Story to Debut in March Follow Gettysburg's Cory Weissman '13 on his journey to recovery after suffering a horrifying stroke.
Men's Basketball Basketball Player Makes Mark on Court and on YouTube When not on the basketball court or studying, Niko Kotoulas frequently pops down to Homewood's Mattin Center to spend some quality time with his other passion, the piano.
Football Future Brain Scientist Shines for Johns Hopkins Football Team Johns Hopkins senior strong safety John Arena studies game tape as if a biology final grade rides on it. Whether it's a research project or a 3rd-and-short situation, Arena wants to stay three or four steps ahead. His dedication has paid off.
Football Arena Named to National Football Foundation Scholar-Athlete Class Johns Hopkins University senior strong safety John Arena has been selected to the 2013 National Football Foundation Scholar-Athlete Class
Men's Basketball Driven to Compete: Robinson Adds to Honors He comes back, year after year and decade after decade, because of the kids and the competition. Because there are far worse ways to make a living than by surrounding oneself with bright, motivated people, all of whom seek a common goal.
Football Centennial Cultivates Coaching Longevity Gettysburg's Barry Streeter is now the longest-tenured active coach in D-III football. But, in the Centennial, football coaching longevity is commonplace.
Football Rush Lets His Hair Down for a Good Cause When McDaniel College senior Taylor Rush cuts his hair at the end of the football season, it will be for a good cause.
If All I Had to Do Was Coach Muhlenberg track and field coach Brad Hackett never planned on writing a book. But after 30 years of coaching, there were just so many stories to tell.
Menton, Caulfield Receive NCAA Postgraduate Scholarships Gettysburg women's lacrosse player Lindsay Menton and Haverford men's tennis player Kevin Caulfield are recipients of NCAA Postgraduate Scholarships for spring 2013. They become the 70th and 71st students in Centennial history to earn the awards.
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