Garnet Sports Update Dec. 5, 2016

Men's Basketball earned a pair of conference wins last week, downing Muhlenberg 81-49 and then edging Dickinson 72-65 in overtime. The Garnet trailed by three points in the final seconds of regulation. Matt Brennan intentionally missed a free throw, Zac O'Dell grabbed the rebound and passed to Zack Yonda (right) who drained the game-tying 3-pointer with 0.9 seconds left.

In overtime, Robbie Walsh blocked three shots and made five free throws to help secure the win.

Women's Swimming competed in the Gettysburg Invitational on Friday and Saturday, setting several personal records.

Sophomore Liz Staton demolished the previous school record in the 200-yard breaststroke which had stood for 20 years. She set the new school record of 2:23.82.

Men's Track & Field opened the 2016-17 indoor season at the Jack Pyrah Invite. Daniel Belkin (right) leapt to a first-place finish in the triple jump, beating jumpers from Villanova, St. Joseph and Cheyney.

Women's Track & Field competed as the only Division III team at the Jack Pyrah Invitational on Saturday. Irina Bukharin (left) set a new personal best in the mile.

Women's Basketball faced a tough Centennial Conference slate this week, falling to Muhlenberg and Johns Hopkins on the road and Dickinson at home. Sophomore Kayla Sembly (right) averaged 14 points in the week and scored a career-high 19 against Johns Hopkins.

Freshman Lindsey O'Sullivan averaged 14.4 points per game and 5.67 rebounds per game in the week.

Men's Swimming wrapped up the Fall 2016 portion of the schedule at the Gettysburg Invite. Jeffrey Tse (left) set a new program record in the 100-yard backstroke with a time of 50.47 and also registered an NCAA B cut.

Liam Fitzstevens set this season's best Centennial Conference time in the 200-yard backstroke (1:51.67).

Women's Soccer midfielder Caroline Khanna earned NSCAA All-America honors for the second year in a row.

No home games this week

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