Haverford Sports Briefs
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Men’s Basketball

Washington (Md.) 67, Haverford 57

CHESTERTOWN, Md. (Feb. 16) - Aaron Goode scored a career-high 11 points off the bench to lead host Washington (11-12, 7-5) to a 67-57 Centennial Conference East Division victory over Haverford Wednesday night.

Frontcourt starters Mark Maggiotto (6-of-7 FT), Cam Scribner (four blocks) and Mukul Kanabar (four steals) led the Fords with 14, 13 and 10 points, respectively.

Women’s Basketball

Washington (Md.) 63, Haverford 52

CHESTERTOWN, Md. (Feb. 16) - Freshman guard Sarah Chamovitz had 15 points and eight rebounds and senior forward Sarah Hanck added 13 points and nine boards, but visiting Haverford (8-15, 4-8) fell to the host Shorewomen.

Katie Bierzonski recorded team-highs of 23 points, seven rebounds and five blocked shots for Washington (9-14, 3-9).

Indoor Track

As league championship events appear on the horizon, Haverford’s men’s and women’s indoor track teams have recorded some superb performances lately.

Two Fords have been named Centennial Conference Men’s Track Athletes of the Week this month. Soph Dan Heinz (8:52.67) led a 1-2-3-4 finish in the 3000 Meters ahead of junior Jason Dwyer, junior Garth Terry and senior Nathan Wright at F&M’s Iannicelli Invitational on Feb. 5. Another soph, Matt Duques, set personal records in the long jump (6.3 meters, over 20 feet), 200 Meters (22.65) and 400 Meters (51.02) this past weekend in the Penn State Winter Classic. His 200-meter time is the fastest in the Centennial Conference this season.

Senior Heidi Creel, outdoor Centennial champion in women’s pole vault last May, won Women’s Track Athlete of the Week designation in the Conference for improving her Haverford and Centennial pole vault records to nine feet for the gold medal at F&M on Feb. 5. Heidi followed with an eight-foot effort, best among Div. III entries, at the Bucknell Invitational on Feb. 13. Creel will seek to win the inaugural Indoor Centennial Pole Vault in two weeks.

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