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Sports Recap Central


Baseball (2-23)

March 25 @ Penn

L, 2-1

The Leopards were unable to muster up any offense as senior pitcher Trevor Houck held the Quakers to just two earned runs in six innings of work.


March 25 @ Penn

L, 3-2

Again, the Leopards spoiled another great outing on the mound as freshman Brett Kreyer went six innings and only gave up two runs in the loss to the Quakers.


March 26 @ Penn

L, 13-3

The Leopards scored first on a double by sophomore John Selsor but the Quakers responded, jumped out to a 13-2 lead and didn’t look back.


March 26 @ Penn

L, 4-1

Once again the Leopards’ offense struggled as they scattered six hits. Selsor led the Leopards offensively, going 2-4 in the game.


March 29 vs. Penn

L, 9-8

Despite four Leopards collecting multiple hits, the team fell short to the Quakers in their home opener.


Men’s Lacrosse (1-7)

March 25 @ Boston University

L, 15-7

A 7-0 second quarter for the Terriers doomed the Leopards. Senior co-captains Eric Joseph and Kevin Lewis led the Leopards with two goals apiece.


Women’s Lacrosse (8-3)

March 25 @ Colgate

W, 14-13

Sophomore Mairead Janzer scored with 14.8 seconds left in the game to steal a victory from the Raiders. Sophomore Emma Novick added four goals to lead the Leopards offensively.


March 29 @ Bucknell

W, 14-13

The Leopards moved to 3-0 in conference play with a win over the Bison. Senior Kirsten Wilhelmsen scored four goals and Novick added three more to power the offense.


Softball (2-10)

March 25 @ Bucknell

L, 2-1

The Leopards only mustered three hits against the Bison, with two of them coming from junior Samantha Sweigart, in the conference opener.


March 25 @ Bucknell

L, 4-0

The offensive woes continued for the Leopards as they were held scoreless in a loss to the Bison.


March 26 @ Bucknell


The Bison’s bats came alive in the series finale as they scored in each of the first four innings to down the Leopards.


March 28 vs. St. Peter’s

W, 5-4

In their home opener, the Leopards were finally able to secure that elusive second win on the season. The Wensels provided the offense as sophomore Brooke Wensel hit a three run homerun and sophomore Maddie Wensel hit a two run double.


Men’s Tennis (6-9)

March 24 vs. Siena

L, 4-3

Freshmen Blake Oslan and Paul Caruso and junior Mason Keel won their singles matches, but the Leopards were unable to score the crucial doubles point and ultimately lost.


March 25 vs. Holy Cross

W, 5-0

The Leopards won every singles match and lost one doubles match on their way to a sweep over the Crusaders.


March 25 vs. Loyola

L, 7-0

After sweeping Holy Cross earlier in the day, the Leopards faced a tough opponent and were ultimately swept by the Greyhounds. Sophomore Andrew Reed and Oslan were the only pair to win a doubles match.


March 26 @ Army

L, 5-0

The Leopards were swept again as they didn’t win a singles or doubles match on the afternoon.


Women’s Tennis (5-8)

March 24 vs. Siena

L, 6-1

Siena College took the doubles point and five of the six singles points as they cruised to a victory. Senior Tori Almeida was the only Leopard to win a point.


March 25 @ Army

L, 5-0

The Leopards struggled and were unable to win a match against the Golden Knights.


March 25 vs. Loyola

L, 5-1

Freshman Grace Conrad was the lone victor in a singles match as the Leopards lost for the third match in a row.


March 26 vs. Holy Cross

W, 4-0

The Leopards swept all of their matches and coasted to victory as they got back in the winning column for their first conference victory on the season.

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