Fri., Sep, 19
7:00 PM Field Hockey
Muhlenberg
@ McDaniel
4:00 PM Women's Volleyball
York (Pa.)
vs Johns Hopkins
@ Elizabethtown, Pa.
Elizabethtown Blue Jay Classic
6:00 PM Women's Volleyball
Salisbury
vs Franklin & Marshall
@ Huntingdon, Pa.
ASICS Invitational
6:00 PM Women's Volleyball
Lebanon Valley
vs Swarthmore
@ Elizabethtown, Pa.
8:00 PM Women's Volleyball
Johns Hopkins
vs New Paltz St.
@ Elizabethtown, PA
Elizabethtown Blue Jay Classic
8:00 PM Women's Volleyball
Cortland St.
vs Franklin & Marshall
@ Huntingdon, Pa.
ASICS Invitational
8:00 PM Women's Volleyball
Swarthmore
@ Elizabethtown
Days Inn Blue Jay Classic
Sat., Sep, 20
11:00 AM Field Hockey
Haverford
@ Dickinson
12:00 PM Field Hockey
Swarthmore
@ #5 Franklin & Marshall
1:00 PM Field Hockey
Bryn Mawr
@ Immaculata
4:30 PM Field Hockey
#9 Ursinus
@ Gettysburg
5:00 PM Field Hockey
Washington College
@ Johns Hopkins
12:00 PM Football
Moravian
@ Johns Hopkins
1:00 PM Football
Juniata
@ Gettysburg
1:00 PM Football
Susquehanna
@ Dickinson
2:00 PM Football
Muhlenberg
@ McDaniel
10:30 AM Men's Cross Country
Franklin & Marshall
@ Dickinson Long-Short Course Individual
Newville, Pa.
10:30 AM Men's Cross Country
Gettysburg
@ Dickinson Long-Short Course Individual
Carlisle, Pa.
10:30 AM Men's Cross Country
Haverford
@ Dickinson Long-Short Course Individual
Big Spring High School (Newville, Pa.)
Men's Cross Country
McDaniel
@ Dickinson Long-Short Course Individual
Big Spring High School (Newville, Pa.)
10:30 AM Men's Cross Country
Muhlenberg
@ Dickinson Long-Short Course Individual
Big Spring High School (Newville, Pa.)
10:30 AM Men's Cross Country
Dickinson
@ Dickinson Long-Short Course Individual
Big Spring High School (Newville, Pa.)
12:00 PM Men's Soccer
Gettysburg
@ Ursinus
1:00 PM Men's Soccer
Dickinson
@ Washington College
2:00 PM Men's Soccer
Johns Hopkins
@ Haverford
4:00 PM Men's Soccer
#6 Franklin & Marshall
@ #18 Swarthmore
4:00 PM Men's Soccer
McDaniel
@ Muhlenberg
3:00 PM Women's Soccer
Gettysburg
@ Ursinus
3:00 PM Women's Soccer
Haverford
@ Dickinson
4:00 PM Women's Soccer
#14 Johns Hopkins
@ Washington College
7:00 PM Women's Soccer
Franklin & Marshall
@ Swarthmore
7:00 PM Women's Soccer
McDaniel
@ Muhlenberg
11:00 AM Women's Volleyball
Bryn Mawr
@ Moravian
11:00 AM Women's Volleyball
Johns Hopkins
vs Lebanon Valley
@ Elizabethtown, PA
Elizabethtown Blue Jay Classic
12:00 PM Women's Volleyball
Washington College
@ Marymount (Va.)
12:00 PM Women's Volleyball
Gettysburg
@ Ursinus
12:00 PM Women's Volleyball
McDaniel
@ Muhlenberg
1:00 PM Women's Volleyball
Franklin & Marshall
@ #6 Juniata
ASICS Invitational
1:00 PM Women's Volleyball
Cabrini
vs Bryn Mawr
@ Moravian College
1:00 PM Women's Volleyball
Haverford
@ Dickinson
1:00 PM Women's Volleyball
New Paltz St.
vs Swarthmore
@ Elizabethtown, Pa.
2:00 PM Women's Volleyball
McDaniel
vs Cedar Crest
@ Allentown, Pa.
2:00 PM Women's Volleyball
Lycoming
vs Washington College
@ Arlington, Va.
2:00 PM Women's Volleyball
Manhattanville
vs Gettysburg
@ Ursinus
3:00 PM Women's Volleyball
York (Pa.)
vs Swarthmore
@ Elizabethtown, Pa.
Elizabethtown Blue Jay Classic
3:00 PM Women's Volleyball
Johns Hopkins
@ Elizabethtown
Days Inn Blue Jay Classic
3:00 PM Women's Volleyball
#12 Christopher Newport
vs Franklin & Marshall
@ Huntingdon, Pa.
ASICS Invitational
4:00 PM Women's Volleyball
Cedar Crest
@ Muhlenberg
4:00 PM Women's Volleyball
Manhattanville
@ Ursinus
6:00 PM Women's Volleyball
Haverford
vs Messiah
@ Carlisle, Pa.
Sat., Sep, 20
Final Football
0 Ursinus
0 @ Franklin & Marshall
Thu., Sep, 18
Final Women's Volleyball
0 Valley Forge Chrst.
3 @ Bryn Mawr
Final Women's Volleyball
3 Dickinson
1 @ Albright
Final Women's Soccer
0 Bryn Mawr
2 @ Moravian
Wed., Sep, 17
Final Women's Volleyball
1 Susquehanna
3 @ Johns Hopkins
Final - OT Men's Soccer
1 Haverford
2 @ Kean
Final Men's Soccer
0 Immaculata
2 @ Ursinus
Final Field Hockey
3 #13 Messiah
0 @ Haverford
Final Women's Volleyball
2 Ursinus
3 @ Penn St.-Berks
Final Women's Volleyball
0 Shenandoah
3 @ Gettysburg
Final Women's Volleyball
3 Washington College
1 @ Rowan
Final Women's Volleyball
2 McDaniel
3 @ Catholic
(25-20, 25-14, 20-25, 19-25, 15-8)
Final Women's Volleyball
0 Haverford
3 @ Cabrini
Final Women's Volleyball
2 Franklin & Marshall
3 @ Muhlenberg
Final - OT Women's Soccer
0 York (Pa.)
1 @ Gettysburg
Final Women's Soccer
0 St. Mary's (Md.)
2 @ #14 Johns Hopkins
Final Women's Soccer
4 #10 Misericordia
1 @ Franklin & Marshall
Final - 2OT Men's Soccer
0 Drew
0 @ Muhlenberg
Final Men's Soccer
1 Gettysburg
0 @ East. Mennonite
Final Men's Soccer
2 #18 Swarthmore
1 @ Richard Stockton
Final Women's Soccer
0 Alvernia
2 @ Dickinson
Final Field Hockey
10 #5 Franklin & Marshall
0 @ Bryn Mawr
Final - 2OT Women's Soccer
0 Rutgers-Camden
0 @ Washington College
Final - OT Field Hockey
2 Neumann
3 @ Swarthmore
Final Women's Soccer
0 Marymount (Va.)
4 @ McDaniel
Final Men's Soccer
0 Washington College
1 @ #23 Salisbury
Final - 2OT Men's Soccer
3 Alvernia
3 @ #6 Franklin & Marshall
Final Men's Soccer
0 Johns Hopkins
1 @ York (Pa.)
Tue., Sep, 16
Final Field Hockey
1 Stevenson
2 @ McDaniel
Final Field Hockey
3 Muhlenberg
0 @ King's (Pa.)
Final Women's Volleyball
0 Widener
3 @ Swarthmore
Final - 2OT Women's Soccer
1 Lebanon Valley
1 @ Muhlenberg
Final Men's Soccer
2 Dickinson
4 @ Messiah
Final Women's Soccer
7 Swarthmore
0 @ Immaculata
Final Men's Soccer
0 Bridgewater (Va.)
3 @ McDaniel
Mon., Sep, 15
Final Women's Soccer
0 Cedar Crest
5 @ Bryn Mawr
Sun., Sep, 14
Final Field Hockey
7 #9 TCNJ
0 @ Johns Hopkins
Final Field Hockey
2 Dickinson
0 @ #20 Lynchburg
Final - 2OT Field Hockey
3 Wells
4 @ Bryn Mawr
Final Field Hockey
3 Washington College
0 @ Va. Wesleyan
Final Women's Volleyball
3 Bryn Mawr
0 vs Smith
@ Vassar College
Seven Sisters Championship
Final Women's Volleyball
3 Wellesley
0 vs Bryn Mawr
@ Poughkeepsie, NY
Seven Sisters Championship
Sat., Sep, 13
Final Men's Soccer
3 Washington College
2 @ Albright
Final Women's Soccer
1 #10 TCNJ
2 @ #18 Johns Hopkins
Final Men's Soccer
0 Wilkes
3 @ #21 Swarthmore
Final Men's Soccer
1 #7 Franklin & Marshall
0 @ Elizabethtown
Smith-Herr Boot Game
Final Men's Soccer
0 Stevens
1 @ Muhlenberg
Final Women's Soccer
2 Ursinus
4 @ Albright
Final Women's Soccer
1 Swarthmore
4 @ Rowan
Final Women's Volleyball
0 Penn St.-Abington
3 @ McDaniel
Conf All
Johns Hopkins 1-0 2-0
Juniata 1-0 2-0
Moravian 1-0 2-0
Muhlenberg 1-0 2-0
Ursinus 1-0-1 2-0-1
Franklin & Marshall 0-1-1 1-1-1
McDaniel 0-1 1-1
Dickinson 0-1 0-2
Gettysburg 0-1 0-2
Susquehanna 0-1 0-2

Players of the Week

Women's Golf Gettysburg's Sessa Named Athlete of the Week Gettysburg freshman Samantha Sessa selected as the Women's Golf Athlete of the Week for the week ending September 15, 2014.
Football Weekly Release #3 Juniata QB Ward Udinski, Ursinus DE Steve Ambs and Moravian KR Eli Redmond were named the Conference's Players of the Week.
Field Hockey Dickinson's Davis Named Defensive Player of the Week Dickinson sophomore Merritt Davis was named Centennial Conference field hockey defensive player of the week for the week ending September 14, 2014.
Field Hockey McDaniel's Yore Named Offensive Player of the Week McDaniel freshman Gabrielle Yore was named Centennial Conference field hockey offensive player of the week for the week ending September 14, 2014.
Men's Soccer Haverford's Miller Tabbed Defensive Player of the Week Haverford sophomore Sam Miller was named Centennial Conference men's soccer defensive player of the week for the week ending September 14, 2014.
Men's Soccer WAC's Libera Named Offensive Player of the Week Washington College senior Bob Libera was named Centennial Conference men's soccer offensive player of the week for the week ending September 14, 2014.
Men's Cross Country Muhlenberg's Jaryd Flank Selected Cross Country Runner of the Week Muhlenberg sophomore Jaryd Flank was named the Centennial Conference Runner of the Week for the week ending September 14, 2014.
Women's Soccer WAC's Barry Named Defensive Player of the Week Washington College sophomore Melissa Barry was named Centennial Conference women's soccer defensive player of the week for the week ending September 14, 2014.
Women's Soccer Hopkins' Kronick Named Offensive Player of the Week Johns Hopkins senior Hannah Kronick was named Centennial Conference women's soccer offensive player of the week for the week ending September 14, 2014.
Women's Volleyball Washington's Kristin Lee Selected Player of the Week Lee averaged 4.5 kills per set, 4.00 digs per set, .83 aces per set, 5.5 points per set and hit .291 for the week as Washington College went 4-0 at the Frostburg State Tournament.
Women's Cross Country Johns Hopkins' Sophia Meehan Selected as Runner of the Week Johns Hopkins' junior Sophia Meehan was named the Centennial Conference Runner of the Week for the week ending September 14, 2014.
Men's Cross Country Dickinson's Steadman Named Cross Country Runner of the Week Dickinson senior Ryan Steinbock was named the Centennial Conference Runner of the Week for the week ending September 7, 2014.
Women's Volleyball Muhlenberg's Katherine Boll Named Player of the Week Muhlenberg junior Katherine Boll hit .484 while averaging 3.00 kills per set to lead the Mules to their first Buttermaker Tournament championship in nine years.
Women's Cross Country Bryn Mawr's Hastings Named Runner of the Week Bryn Mawr junior Hannah Hastings was named the Centennial Conference Runner of the Week for the week ending September 7, 2014.
Men's Cross Country Johns Hopkins' Andrew Ceruzzi Selected Cross Country Runner of the Week Johns Hopkins senior Andrew Ceruzzi was selected as the Centennial Conference Runner of the Week for the week ending August 31, 2014.
Women's Volleyball F&M's Caroline Hubbard Named Player of the Week Franklin & Marshall senior setter was selected the Conference's Player of the Week after tallying 108 assists, 13 service aces, and 27 digs.
Women's Cross Country Johns Hopkins' Frances Loeb Named Runner of the Week Johns Hopkins senior Frances Leob was selected the Centennial Conference Runner of the Week for the week ending August 31, 2014.

In the Community

Women's Volleyball Mules Snap Diplomats' Win Streak Muhlenberg ended F&M's 15-match Centennial win streak with a hard-fought five-set victory.
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

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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