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Sunday, May 9, 2010

Cabrini women to take on No. 3 TCNJ

Cabrini's reward for winning its 10th CSAC title in 14 years is trip to No. 3 The College of New Jersey in Wednesday's first round of the NCAA Division III women's lacrosse tournament.
The time of the game will be announced Monday.
The Cavaliers (11-7) earned their eighth trip to the NCAA Tournament with a 24-12 romp over Gwynedd-Mercy College in the CSAC championship game Saturday.
This will be the second meeting between the Cavaliers and Lions. TCNJ whipped Cabrini, 19-1, March 18 at Edith Robb Dixon Field.
The Lions (14-3) opened the season with 10 straight wins buy carry a two-game losing streak into the NCAA Tournament following losses for Stevens Institute of Technology and SUNY-Cortland.

Men's lacrosse pairings announced

Winning the Centennial Conference championship paid off for the Haverford men's lacrosse team.
The NCAA Division III Tournament pairings were released Sunday night and the 17th-ranked Fords (11-5) received a first-round bye.
Haverford hosts the winner of Wednesday's first-round matchup between No. 7 Dickinson (14-2) and Ohio Wesleyan (10-3) in Carlisle.
Ninth-ranked Cabrini and Widener also qualified for the D-III Tournament. The Cavaliers (14-3) host No. 14 Denison (10-3) in Wednesday's first round. The Pride (10-9) travel to Springfield, Mass. Wednesday.
Times of the games will be announced sometime Monday.
Haverford earned its third straight trip to the NCAA Tournament when it defeated Gettysburg for its first Centennial Conference title. That was good enough to earn the Fords one of the nine byes in the 23-team field.
Cabrini qualified for the ninth straight time by winning its 10th consecutive CSAC championship.
Widener earned its fifth trip to the tournament by winning the MAC title Saturday with a victory over FDU-Florham.