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Local roundup: LHU women’s lacrosse defeats Slippery Rock

LOCK HAVEN, Pa. – The Bald Eagles’ offensive unit surged late in the first half and they added eight second-half goals as the Lock Haven University women’s lacrosse team (2-3, 2-3 PSAC West) recorded an important Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference (PSAC) Western Division win, 19-12, over visiting Slippery Rock University (3-4, 2-4 PSAC West).

The game marked just the second home game of the season for Lock Haven, who improved to 2-0 on the home turf at Charlotte Smith Field.

– The Lock Haven University field hockey team (2-1, 2-1 A-10) was edged out, 2-1, in overtime Saturday by visiting Massachusetts (6-2, 2-1 A-10) in another thrilling Atlantic 10 Conference (A-10) matchup between the two schools.

It marked the second time in nine days that Lock Haven and UMass played in Lock Haven, and both games needed extra time. Back on March 25, LHU topped the Minutewomen, 2-1 in double-OT.

-LOCK HAVEN, Pa. – Competing today (Saturday, April 3) at the 38th annual Millersville Metrics, the Lock Haven University men’s outdoor track & field team turned in a solid effort.Leading the way today was John Davern (Manchester, N.J./Manchester), who won the steeplechase. Davern led a 1-2 Haven finish in the event. Davern recorded a time of 10:00.24 and Kohen Stover (Hershey, Pa./Hershey) was second with a time of 10:34.43, as the Bald Eagle duo pushed the effort at the front.Ryan Miller (Bradford, Pa./Bradford) had another strong outing. He was second in both the 200-meter dash and the 400-meter race with times of 23.02 and 51.19, respectively. Jacob Reeder (Montoursville, Pa./Montoursville) added a third-place finish at 200 meters (23.23).At 1,500 meters Aaron Pfeil (Pittsburgh/South Fayette) and Zack Skrabski (South Park, Pa./South Park) finished fifth and sixth, respectively with times of 4:11.02 and 4:11.68.

-FAIRFAX, Virginia – The No. 8 Penn State men’s volleyball team forced a fifth-and-deciding set thanks to a comeback win in the fourth frame, but ultimately fell 3-2 to No. 15 George Mason on the road in a great EIVA battle Saturday night at EagleBank Arena.

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