Haverford Sports Briefs
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Women’s Basketball

Franklin & Marshall 57, Haverford 55

HAVERFORD (Feb. 12) - A three-point attempt by freshman Sarah Chamovitz rimmed out just before the buzzer, leaving Haverford (8-14, 4-7) on the short end of its Centennial Conference game with F&M (12-10, 8-3). Chamovitz scored 19 of her 28 points in the second half and grabbed a game-high nine rebounds as the Fords rallied to tie, 55-55, with 1:37 left. Senior Sarah Hanck added 15 points and grabbed right rebounds in her final Haverford appearance. The loss snapped the Fords three-game winning streak at Alumni Field house and ended their longshot Centennial Conference playoff hopes.

Sophomore Lauren Howanski hit four three points attempts en route to 21 points to lead F&M, which led by double-digits in each half.

Muhlenberg 43, Haverford 36

ALLENTOWN (Feb. 9) - Fords guard Sarah Chamovitz had game-highs of 16 points, 13 rebounds and five steals, but Haverford fell short against Centennial Conference East leader Muhlenberg (13-8, 8-2) Wednesday.

Chamovitz, who scored an HC freshman-record 29 points Monday against Cabrini, raised her freshman season total to a school-record 315 points, eclipsing the 303 scored by Koren Miller ’95 in 1991-92.

Senior Carmen Crow and frosh Jamie Rosenberger grabbed six rebounds each for Haverford, which out-rebounded the four-time CC East Division champions, 37-35. The Fords trailed by only a 23-17 margin at halftime despite 6-of-30 first-half shooting.

Haverford 74, Cabrini 68

HAVERFORD (Feb. 7) - Freshman Sarah Chamovitz scored 16 of her game-high 29 points in the first 8:34 and made seven steals to help Haverford lead start-to-finish and snap Cabrini’s five-game winning streak.

The win was the Fords’ fourth in a row and their first since head coach Amy Taylor became engaged to be married over the weekend.

Froth Tracy Monson (five assists) scored 17 of her 20 points in the the second half and class-mate Jamie Rosenberger grabbed a game-high 13 rebounds for the Fords, who had double-digit leads in both halves en route to their fifth win in six starts.

Sophomore Erin Crawford scored 28 points, including her sixth three-pointer at the final buzzer, to lead the defending PAC champion Lady Cavalier, (8-13). Soph Kendra Ryer scored five straight points to pull Cabrini within one, 62-61. with 3:12 left before Monson (3 points) then Chamovitz (8) combined for an 11-3 Haverford run.

Men’s Basketball

Muhlenberg 71, Haverford 53

ALLENTOWN (Feb. 9) - In Tuesday night’s action, senior Tim Mulvaney scored 13 points and dished out a game-high five assists in the Fords’ loss at Muhlenberg (13-7, 7-3).

Mulvaney’s classmate, Mark Maggiotto, scored eight points and grabbed a team-high eight rebounds for Haverford.

Gettysberg 71, Haverford 63

GETTYSBERG(Feb. 5) - Bill Davidson scored all of his game-high 15 points in the second half - including the go-ahead 3-pointer with 4:27 left - and added a game-high eight rebounds to lead Gettysburg past Haverford, 71-63, in Centennial Conference action Saturday night.

Mukul Kanabar led Haverford with 15 points while Tim Mulvaney (11 points) and Mark Maggiotto 10 points also scored in double figures for the Fords, who dropped their seventh straight game.

Gettysburg led, 34-28, at halftime and pushed its advantage to 38-30 with 18:33 left before Haverford answered with an 11-3 run to tie the game at 41-all. Maggiotto convened four free throws during the run while Kevin Gregory capped the stretch with five of his seven points.

Richie Pfiel put the Bullets back up at 43-41 with a layup with 13:34 to go, but Matt Duffy drained a three-pointer on the Fords next possession to give the visitors their first lead of the game since the 6:58 mark of the first half.

The lead changed hands four more times in the next 8:14 before Haverford look its last lead of the game at 56-54 on a three-pointer from Mulvaney with 4:41 left. On the ensuing Gettysburg possession, Davidson drilled a three-pointer in to give the Bullets the lead for good and spark an 11-1 run that made it 65-57 with two minutes to play.

Mulvaney cut the lead to five with another three-pointer, but Gettysburg converted five of six free throws down the stretch to seal the victory. (courtesy Gettsyburg Sports Information)

Men’s Indoor Track

Iannicelli Invitational

LANCASTER (Feb. 5) - Sophomore Dan Heinz (8:52.67), Juniors Jason Dwyer (8:58.88) and Garth Terry (8:59.96), and senior Nathan Wnght (9:00.79) were the top tour finishers in the

3,000 meters Saturday night at Franklin & Marshall’s Iannicelli Invitational.

Freshmen John Frisbee (2:03.76) and Jim McGarr (2:05.87), junior Ben Seesell (2:06.05) and senior Bryon Powell (2:06.25) went 1-3-4-6 against collegiate competition in the 800 meters as the Fords finished third in the team scoring (51) despite getting all but two of their points from two events.

Women’s Fencing

Women’s fencing breaks into win column

All Haverford’s women’s fencing team needed was some Division III competition, it seems. Indeed, after beating Sweet Briar, 19-8, and Mary Baldwin, 15- 12, last Sunday at James Madison Univ. in Virginia, the Fords are 2-0 vs. divisional rivals. They’re still winless against Division I, however, dropping a 22-5 decision to the hosts.

Vicky Walsh ’03 earned Haverford’s “Star of the Meet” designation with five victories in epee, four of them in come-from-behind situations. Liz Jalkut ’02 also picked up six wins in foil, including two against Division I opponents. The frosh sabre squad, Esther Glick, Theresa Horne and Judy Lin, took 18 wins in 27 bouts on the day for Haverford.

Men’s Squash

Havertord men’s squash improved its season record to 4-5 with a 2-1 performance last weekend against Division I foes. Buoyed by the return of Tim Saint ’01 from leave of absence

at the number one slot, the Fords defeated George Washington, 6-3, and Penn State, 8-1, while losing a tough one to Fordham, 5-4.

Fords winning all three of their weekend individual matches were frosh Trey Spencer, appropriately enough at number three, Ryan Bowman ’02 at number seven vs. Penn State and

Fordham and number five vs. GW, and David Chow ’03, at number nine vs. Penn State and Fordham and number seven vs. GW. Mali Bernhard ’00 was 2-0.

Haverford entertains yet another Division I power on Feb. 18 on the Sesquicentennial courts when the Air Force Academy flies in on its annual Eastern swing.

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