Around The SCAC (Weekly Sports Recaps) - Week 24

SUWANEE, Ga. - The Centre men's lacrosse team picked up two more wins this past week and remain the only undefeated team in the Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference. The Colonels, who are 4-0, have already exceeded their win total from last year's inaugural season.

MARCH 12, 2012
(Spring - Week 6)

BASEBALL
After starting the season 0-3, Birmingham-Southern extended its winning streak to five games with four wins this week and now sports a 10-5 overall record (3-0 SCAC record). The Panthers continue to receive votes in the D3baseball.com Top 25 poll.

Trinity earned first-place votes in the D3baseball.com Top 25 poll for the first time this season after the Tigers improved to 17-3 (6-0 SCAC) with three more wins last week.
Around the SCAC - Baseball (Week 6)


SOFTBALL

After starting the season 4-10, the Crusaders of Dallas have now won three straight games going 3-1 this past weekend to improve its record to 7-11 on the year as most teams are on Spring Break Tournament trips all across the country.
Around the SCAC - Softball (Week 4)


MEN'S LACROSSE
The Centre men's lacrosse team picked up two more wins this past week and remain the only undefeated team in the Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference. The Colonels, who are 4-0, have already exceeded their win total from last year's inaugural season.
Around the SCAC - Men's Lacrosse (Week 3)


WOMEN'S LACROSSE
Colorado College improved to a perfect 3-0 on the year including 2-0 in SCAC play after picking up a 16-1 win over Dallas this past weekend. Despite the blustery conditions, the Tigers were red-hot at the beginning of the game, scoring three times in the opening 61 seconds. Junior attacker Frances Staadt needed just 13 ticks to put CC on the board with the first of her two goals, and senior midfielder Grace Maloney added what proved to be the game winner 37 seconds later.
Around the SCAC - Women's Lacrosse (Week 3)