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)
Multiple pitching performances stood out during the week as Rhodes' Matt Burnick, Centre's Joe Nash and Trinity's Ben Klimesh all displayed dominant efforts on the mound during the week of March 12-18.
Burnick was named SCAC Pitcher of the
Week after throwing a 9-inning complete game against Denison. He
scattered six singles and struck out seven. Nash threw a complete
game while earning a win over sixth-ranked Rowan. Nash struck out
two and yielded just two earned runs. Klimesh rounded out the
pitching gems by tallying 14 strikeouts in his eight innings of
work in a 7-1 win over Austin College.
Around the SCAC - Baseball (Week 7)
Heading into the first conference weekend of the season, Birmingham-Southern and Trinity have the two best records respectively. The Panthers are 11-3 for the second time in three seasons; while Trinity, 13-7, has won three straight contests and seven of its last nine.
Around the SCAC - Softball (Week 5)
Millsaps College earned its first ever varsity lacrosse program win when the Majors beat Huntingdon, 10-6 on Saturday. Millsaps is in its second season sponsoring men's lacrosse and the win put an end to the Majors' 16 game losing streak dating back to beginning of the 2011 season.
Around the SCAC - Men's Lacrosse (Week 4)
Offense has been a plenty in the SCAC this year with all six teams averaging 10 plus goals per contest with Centre pacing the league at 14.7 goals a game. Defensively Colorado College is tops in the league allowing just 3.8 goals a game.
Around the SCAC - Women's Lacrosse (Week 4)