Week of: Feb. 4-10
Men's Basketball: SU (9-12, 5-5) hosts No. 8 Catholic (19-2, 9-1) on Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. Live stats can be found here, audio here and video here. Wednesday's game marks the 600th career game for Susquehanna head coach Frank Marcinek.
Last week, SU defeated Goucher and Scranton at home. Freshman Brandon Hedley (Silver Spring, Md. / Salisbury Prep.) averaged 17.5 ppg in the victories.
Women's Basketball: SU (7-14, 2-8) travels to No. 13 Catholic (20-1, 9-1) on Wednesday at 7 p.m. Live stats and video can be found here.
Last week, the Crusaders went 1-1, defeating Goucher on the road before falling to Scranton. Senior Gina Palazzi (Newfoundland, Pa. / Wallenpaupack Area) recorded a double-double in the win over the Gophers.
Swimming: SU will be competing in the Landmark Conference Championships at Marywood from Feb. 8-10. Ticket information for the three-day championship meet can be found here.
The women are vying for a three-peat as league champions after winning last year's final 400 free relay by 0.2 seconds to win the title.
Last season, Devin Lessard (Chestertown, Md. / Queen Anne's County) was tabbed the Female Swimmer of the Year and Lexi Cole (Danville, Pa. / Danville Area) won Rookie of the Year.
Last year, the men finished in third place as Chadd Lee (Bloomsburg, Pa. / Bloomsburg Area) was named the Male Swimmer of the Year.
Track & Field: The Crusaders host the SU Invite on Saturday starting at 9:30 a.m.
Last Friday at the Crusader Classic, freshman Ashley West (East Hampton, N.Y. / East Hampton) won the 400m with a mark of 1:00.49, the second-fastest time in SU history.
Frankie Mills (Exton, Pa. / The School at Church Farm) won the 5000m with a time of 16:35.63.