Nichols scores career-high 20 points but SU falls to rival Lycoming 85-75

By Rachael Cataldo, Asst. Sports Editor 

Senior River Hawk Tess Nichols scored a career-high 20 points but the Susquehanna women’s basketball team suffered their first loss of the season to the Lycoming Warriors 85-75 on Sunday afternoon in Selinsgrove at the O.W. Houts Gymnasium.

“Of course, it’s a cool feeling [to score a career high], but also bittersweet knowing we didn’t get the win,” Nichols said after the game.

Susquehanna (2-1) and Lycoming (4-1) went back and forth in the first quarter. Senior Courtney Adams sunk a three- pointer to give Susquehanna a four-point lead late in the quarter. Lycoming closed out the play of the period with a small 23-21 lead.

Junior Bailey Trell had a pivotal jump shot in the second quarter with 1:34 to go and capped a 9-0 run as the River Hawks cut the Warriors’ lead 37-34 into halftime.

To start off the third quarter, Trell hit a three-pointer to trim the lead to just one. The score stayed close for the remainder of the period until Lycoming converted a three-point play to take a four-point lead 57-53 with nine seconds to go until the final period.

Lycoming used three-pointers to their advantage, scoring five to give the team a 13-point lead 73-60 in the fourth quarter. Susquehanna answered with an 11-3 run including a pair of three-pointers by Nichols. The lead was cut to 76-71 with a little over three minutes to go in the game. A jump shot by senior Megan McFadden and a pair of free-throws by Trell made the score 83-75.

“It is important for myself to be a leader both on and off the court, and I plan to continue to work on that everyday,” Trell said. “We are a team and I love being a part of it.”

A River Hawk foul allowed the Warriors to score two more free throw points towards the end, resulting in a tough loss.

“A major point of emphasis moving forward from Lycoming would be our defense,” Nichols said. “We executed on offense, but failed to stop their best players in the paint or on the three-point line.”

“I believe we need to focus on keeping our heads in the game the entire time, rather than going on runs and then slowing down,” Trell said.

“We need to be able to throw a punch, but we also need to be able to take one,” head coach Jim Reed told the team before Sunday night’s game.

Susquehanna ended the day going 27-70 on field goal shots, 8-22 on three-pointers, and 13- 18 on free throws.

Nichols was one of four River Hawks to score double dig- its. Trell and sophomore Rachel Sweger each added 12 points.

McFadden recorded her first double-double of the season with 11 points and 10 rebounds. She also led the team with seven assists on the day.

“While I am happy about the personal achievement, basketball is a team sport and I wish I could’ve done more to help my team get that win,” McFadden said after the game.

Susquehanna bounced back and defeated King’s College in a thriller on the road Wednesday night 62-61.

The River Hawks return to action tomorrow at home to face Goucher in their first conference matchup of the season. Game time for Susquehanna is 4 p.m. in Houts Gymnasium.

River Hawks finish as Centennial-MAC bowl series champs with win

By Mel Barracato, Staff Writer 

The Susquehanna football team closed out their season with a 28-9 victory against Albright College in the Centennial-Mac Bowl Series game to finish the season 8-3 on Saturday, Nov. 18.

Senior running back Cameron Ott scored a touchdown on a seven-yard run for Susquehanna in the first quarter, and the half remained 7-0 until Albright answered with their own touchdown in the last minute before halftime.

“We had to establish the run game because of the weather. We knew that it would tough to throw the ball. Once Cam gets rolling there is no stopping him with our offensive line,” Carsley said.

The River Hawk defense only allowed Albright five drives in the second half which resulted in three fumbles and an interception.

Senior quarterback Nick Crusco connected with sophomore Mikah Christian on a 46- yard pass that helped Susquehanna move 75-yards within five plays. Another 25-yard pass to senior Tommy Bluj put

the River hawks within the 10- yard line, and Crusco was able to finish the drive on a four- yard scoring run.

On the next drive, junior Connor Thompson forced a fumble on Albright’s sixth play, where senior Ryan Ganard was able to recover it right outside the Susquehanna end zone. How- ever, Albright was able to force a safety to put the score at 13-9.

Later in the third quarter, Crusco and Ott combined for a 13-play, 70-yard drive that finished with Ott scoring off a three-yard run. Sophomore Mitch Carsley completed a two- point conversion pass to Crusco to put Susquehanna ahead 21-9.

“We’ve run this play a couple times. I go in motion like a sweep stop and then throw it back to him. It works pretty well,” Cars- ley said after the game.

Ganard gained his fourth interception of the year on the first play of the fourth quarter to give the ball back to the Susquehanna offense. The next drive by the River Hawks almost stalled but a fumbled kick return recovered by Carsley set up a scoring drive for the River Hawks as Crusco was able to push a two-yard run for a touchdown to put the lead at 28-9.

Once Albright got the ball back they were able to form a short drive that was stopped by junior Jason Brougham after the Albright receiver fumbled the ball and allowed Brougham to recover for the River Hawks.

The last play of Albright offense included a junior Jeremy Kozich sacking the Lions quarterback and a recovery by sophomore Tucker Garner to set up the final drive that lasted the remaining five minutes of the content.

Crusco finished the game 16- 24 for 217 yards, which gave him a school-record 8,318 career passing yards. He also finishes with school records for career passing attempts, completions, and yards and total offensive yards. His 2,501 yards for this season puts him in second on the all-time season record list.

Ott finished with 86 yards and two touchdowns to put him just over 1,000 yards rushing to make him the eighth 1,000-yard rusher in Susquehanna history.

This season was the first time since 2009 that Susquehanna finished with eight wins.

That season, Susquehanna finished with a Liberty League Championship and a birth in the NCAA tournament.

Hawks fall in NCAA first round

By Zach Bonner, Asst. News Editor 

Susquehanna men’s rugby lost to Loyola 31-19 in a play- in match for the NSCRO Gold Championship Tournament on Saturday, Nov. 18. With the win, Loyola advanced into the round of 16 teams in the tournament with the win.

The team ended the season with a record of seven wins and one loss. They ended the regular season with an undefeated record. Loyola currently has a record of eight wins and one loss, with six wins in the regular season.

Susquehanna had a strong momentum coming into the match, with a 400-point dif- ferential between Loyola and them in the standings.

One of the limiting factors for both teams in the match was the weather. It rained half an inch and was an actual temperature of 29 degrees.

“The weather definitely didn’t play to our strengths,” said senior Matt Kaltenbach, “Especially considering how competitive our matchup with Loyola was.”

To start the match, Loyola scored the first try. By the end of the first half, Susquehan- na had claimed the lead and scored two tries. Loyola took back the lead in the second half, and held it to secure the win and advance.

“We simply just had a harder time than usual trying to execute our plans,” senior Cooper O’Connell said.

“In terms of teams that we play in the regular season [Loyola] was definitely out of their league,” said Kaltenbach, “They were the most well-rounded team we have seen all year.”

The River Hawks ended their fall season with a phenomenal record, and despite it coming to an end, players have a positive outlook for the upcoming spring season.

“Historically, we’ve had more strength as a 7’s team,” said O’Connell, “At full strength, I’m confident in what lies ahead.”

According to the men’s rugby information webpage on gosusqu.com, the team has won the 10-team NSCRO National 7s Qualifier in the spring of 2013, 2014, and 2015. They have plans to con- tinue this streak into the spring 2018 season and beyond.

“We have high hopes for the upcoming season,” said Kaltenbach, “We have every intention of making it to the NSCRO National Championship game in June.”

Tony Parker’s return a blessing for Spurs fans

By Kalyn Albers, Staff Writer 

It was May 3, 2017 and game two of the San Antonio Spurs semi-final game against the Houston Rockets. I watched as Tony Parker went down with a non-contact injury that lead to having his teammates carry him off the court. I remember being heartbroken watching him fall to the floor only a couple minutes in the fourth quarter attempting his teardrop shot. I sat there with my mouth dropped to the floor in disbelief.

It was announced that he underwent an MRI examination the next morning this revealed that Parker suffered a ruptured left quadriceps tendon. I thought he was done for good. It was announced that same day that he would miss the remainder of the 2017 NBA Playoffs and had no timetable set for a possible return to basketball.

I thought to myself how could Tony Parker possibly return from such a horrible injury at the age of 35? I also had hopes deep in the back of my mind because this team has been through a lot and has remarkable recovery stories. Considering his age and the severity of the injury though, it seemed like he wouldn’t be returning as the starting point guard for the San Antonio Spurs and that his historic career might come to a close in a gruesome manner.

Summer and the beginning of the season Parker worked hard to make sure he would make a comeback for the 2017-2018 NBA season, and all that work paid off because he did in fact comeback. After a seven-month rehab session his first time seen on court he looked energetic and had control of the offense. Gregg Popovich, head coach for the spurs made it clear that he wasn’t going to play Parker for too long anticipating to ease him back in to the game. Parker on Nov. 28, 2017 after seven months of no action he had 14 minutes of action on the court against the Dallas Mavericks.

Parker showed fans that he didn’t miss a beat and came out on the court almost like he never left, he hit layups, and one of his famous mid-range jumpers that Spurs fans have been obsessing over ever since we first saw him play in the 2001 season.

Early in the night he was getting the offense going and in return dominated the front court in the win against the Dallas Mavericks. With the help from his teammates the transition back to playing was an easy one. Pau Gasol had a total of 25 points and LaMarcus Aldridge added 33 points as well.

Parker was able to push through and wear that number nine jersey rather than a blazer, and man was it great to see. You could tell that there was a lot of emotion in the way Parker was playing and the amount of love from Spurs fans. Welcome back Tony Parker and I know I can’t wait to see what this team has in store now that he is back.

SU drops both games in tournament

By Alyssa Gehris, Staff Writer 

Susquehanna men’s basketball suffered two losses in the Trailways Tipoff Tournament Friday Nov. 17 and Saturday, Nov. 18.

In the first game against King’s College, Susquehanna senior center Ryan Traub scored a career- high 33 points with 20 of them coming in the first half. He was also credited with six rebounds, three assists, a block, and a steal in Friday’s game. Traub’s previous career high was 26 points in a game late last season against Moravian.

Though Traub didn’t miss a shot until 11 minutes into the second half, it wasn’t quite enough to keep ahead of King’s College.

King’s scored the first points of the game beginning Susquehanna’s fallback. Junior guard Seth Callahan then fought back with two three-pointers for the River Hawks. Which was then followed by another three- pointer by Traub which brought the game to 27-23 with Susquehanna in the lead.

Scoring went back and forth until King’s took back their lead with five points after a three- pointer 9:42 into the game.

King’s ended out the first quar- ter with a 38-33 lead.

In the beginning of the second quarter, Traub brought in some points to bring the Riverhawks close to a tie with a connected layup and a stolen pass along with two free throws. Traub then finished off the first half by tying up the score 46-46 after two baskets.

Susquehanna senior guard Adam Dizbon started the scoring in the second half until the King’s came back with an 8-0 run which lead them to holding their lead the rest of the game.

With 2:44 left King’s was leading by nine points but Susquehanna was able to cut that lead down three times until they couldn’t anymore ending the game with a 93-89 loss for the River Hawks.

Leaders in the game included Callahan with 18 points and freshman guards Matt LaCorte and Bryce Butler both with seven points on the day.

In the consolation game on Saturday, the River Hawks again came up short against Rowan University.

Traub led the team again with 18 points and nine rebounds, but not too far behind, Butler was credited with a total 16 points, 12 rebounds, six assists and four steals for Susquehanna.

Sophomore center Jacob Walsh scored 13 points and La- Corte scored 10 points along with junior guard Tyler Hoa- gland who scored 10 points and had eight assists.

Rowan started the scoring for the game and continued to keep the lead for the entirety of the game.

Rowan kept up a lead of 12 points in the first half at 33-21. Susquehanna continued to fight and brought the lead down to three points (39-36) after Walsh earned a three-pointer and some free throws and right before the half a layup by Traub brought the score close yet again to 46-43.

In the second half, Rowan was able to regain their larger lead and kept it up to bring a final score of 88-72.

Susquehanna ended the tip-off tournament at 1-2. They then lost to rival Lycoming 89-70.

The team was finally able to rebound this week defeating Misericordia on the road 75-62 Wednesday night.

Walsh led the River Hawks with 16 points while Traub added 15 in the victory.

The River Hawks return to action Saturday at home against Goucher. Game time is 2 p.m.

For Coach Marcinek, biggest victory comes off the court

By Dylan Smith, Staff Writer 

Can you imagine yourself in the biggest game of your life? Additionally, can you imagine yourself standing on the sidelines coaching your team to the NCAA Division III basketball tournament? Nearly 25 years after his first trip, River Hawks Head Coach Frank Marcinek brought his team back to the NCAA Division III tournament for the second year in a row. Calling the shots for almost 30 years here at Susquehanna, Marcinek has been a staple on the sideline for the River Hawks. Everyone goes through slumps and droughts but Susquehanna has been lifted up year in and year out by their head coach. Rising above the adversity does not come as a surprise to Coach Marcinek.

Cancer did. Nearing the summer, Marcinek’s first run in the NCAA tournament since 1994 had come to an end and spring sports were starting playoffs. Only Marcinek, as an administrator, traveled with the Susquehanna baseball team to Cortland for their NCAA bid.

Marcinek said, “I was exercising, I was feeling good.”

After having small headaches consistently, Marcinek made a trip to doctor. Not even he was ready to find out news that would shake up his life. Simply, “wow.”

Now he was sitting in the doctor’s office waiting and testing. Waiting and testing. Only hearing the sounds of machines running tests in the background.

May 19, 2016, 2:30 p.m., the birthday of Marcinek, the doctor, told him he had cancer. The happy celebration of life turned into a sudden realization of how quick life can change and “rock your world.”

Initially, the shock set in, and thoughts are racing through his head. ‘How do I tell my wife and kids, what is the game plan, what are the options?’

A week after the diagnosis, Marcinek was greeted by a team of doctors, who were no nonsense in describing the procedures and what each one specializes in.

Confusion. He was sitting in a room about the size of his 10×10 office, surrounded by six to eight doctors describing the process to him. “It was difficult to process,” and he “didn’t understand anything they said but they weren’t going back to square one.”

He decided to go with the University of Pennsylvania Hospital, because “they had a very aggressive form of treatment but would have less side effects.”

In late July 2016, over the course of three days, chemotherapy started. “The first time, you don’t know what it’s all about. It’s fairly relaxing, you get the chemo[therapy] through a port. The port was vital to the therapy and the feeding tube was vital to my survival.” The port would keep the chemicals moving along with fluids.

After the first treatment, Marcinek describes it as a “very bad hangover, where you feel lethargic, and want to lay around.”

After the second treatment, he physically and mentally felt good. After the third treatment, the combination of the radiation and the drugs left Marcinek saying, “you could taste the chemicals.”

“Water would burn going down,” he remembered.

But like anything else Marcinek has done, according to Bailey, “he attacked it.”

On August 26th, 2016 after 33 radiations and three chemotherapies, Marcinek had finished the treatments but was not out of the woods just yet.

“For the next two weeks, I could still feel the radiation working… and you’re not feeling like you are recovering.”

“It’s a slow, gradual climb back up.” Comeback.

Noticeably thinner, frail, lacking a voice are just a few descriptions of Marcinek.

Marcinek was ready to turn over responsibilities to assistant coaches Sam Moore and Chad Bailey. However, every time he stepped into his Houts, his voice came back, and he felt his best.

Success. Thanksgiving day 2016, Marcinek is told that he is clear of cancer. From that point forward, the River Hawk took fight and flew sky high.

The 2016 season was capped offbyaruntotheSweet16inthe NCAA Division III Tournament.

They finished the season 23-6, averaging just under 80 points per game.

“Coach was using basketball as a way to escape everything life was throwing at him. He easily could’ve thrown in the towel and taken a few years resolve his individual conflicts, but instead he was even more focused and dedicated to our team’s success,” Weidlich said. Step 365.

Almost a year later, the team is back in practices and focusing on getting back to the NCAA Tournament. There is a new offensive scheme in part to the loss of multiple starting seniors in the past two seasons, with Steven Weidlich, Josh Miller, and Brandon Headley.

There is a lot to be hopeful for this upcoming season according to Coach Marcinek.

“It’s not something we think about all the time,” said Prusch.

Prusch added that, “In past years, certain things would irk him, but in the grand scheme of things, [Marcinek said] life is more important and we should be having fun.”

Women’s soccer season ends on loss in the first round of NCAA tourney

By Kalyn Albers, Staff Writer

The Susquehanna women’s soccer team fell 1–0 in double overtime to Swarthmore College on Saturday, Nov. 11 in Geneva, New York.

The River Hawks (14-5- 2) came into the tournament as the third seed, the Garnets (15-3-2) was second seed. The NCAA tournament appearance was also the first in school history for the River Hawks.

Both teams were not able to get a shot passed the goalkeepers during game play but Swarthmore had their opportunities. The River Hawks allowed Swarthmore to take 24 shots on goal, which dwarfed Susquehanna’s shot- on-goal total of three.

Despite the offensive barrage that she faced, senior goalkeeper Jennifer Thorsheim was able to save the ball 16 times in the entire game.

“I am so proud of this team and everything we have accomplished throughout the season,” Thorsheim stated after traveling back from the game in Geneva.

Thorsheim made a diving save in the second half with 22 minutes left in the second half and again with seconds left, sending the game to the first overtime period.

Despite her heroic efforts, the Garnet were finally able to put one past her, as they found the back of the net five minutes in the second overtime.

Senior forward Alyssa Bolger gave hope for the River Hawks midway through the second half, but Swarthmore junior goalkeeper Amy Shmoys was able to knock the ball out of play.

In the first overtime period the River Hawks had another shot when junior midfielder Kate Cantrell crossed the crossed the ball to senior midfielder Gracelynn Jukes but Shmoys was able to block it and pushout of play.

Juckes led the River Hawks with two shots on the day.

Swarthmore senior forward Hannah Lichtenstein led the team and the match with a total of nine shots.

During the second overtime period, Swarthmore junior forward Marin McCoy had possession of the ball in the right wing and passed it into the box. Senior forward Katie Dougherty ran up on the ball and managed to hit the back of the net for the win.

Swarthmore goalie Amy Shomys led the team with three saves on the day.

This win for Swarthmore gave them a spot in the next match of the tournament facing off against William Smith College, where Swarthmore lost their next game 2-0.

“Overall, this has been a really great and exciting season for us,” junior Emily Sullivan said. “We broke some school records and being a part of that is an amazing feeling.”

With the loss, the women’s soccer team ended the season with a record of 14-5-2. Congratulations to the team on a historic year.

Football clinches postseason birth with 28-21 win over rival Juniata

By Alyssa Gehris, Staff Writer 

The Susquehanna River Hawks clinched a postseason game and third place in the conference with a 28–21 road win against rival Juniata College on Saturday, Nov. 11.

River Hawk senior running back Cameron Ott had 29 carries for 99 yards, while freshman wide receiver Terrell Brown brought in five passes with 102 yards.

Senior quarterback Nick Crusco was 19-32 with 228 yards and accounted for three scores on the day.

Sophomore linebacker Cole Dixon finished the game with a total of 11 tackles and a sack while junior inside linebacker Connor Thompson earned a total of 10 tackles and a half sack with both Dixon and Thompson having two tackles for loss.

Scoring started early in the game for Susquehanna with the first drive. Ott started with a pair of short runs that then led to a four-yard pass completion and a first down on a catch from sophomore wide receiver Mitch Carsley. Two minutes later, Crusco would find the endzone thanks to a 64-yard touchdown catch from Brown to give the River Hawks a 7–0 lead.

Juniata almost blew a scoring opportunity when sophomore defensive lineman Tucker Garner forced a fumble on the Susquehanna one-yard line, but they managed to tie the game 7–7 thanks to a Matt Denver recovery from Juniata. To bring Susquehanna back to the lead, Crusco had a 13- play drive finishing off with a two-yard run to score. Brown kept the drive going with a six-yard reception on a third- and-five situation. Passes were also completed to Carsley for 12 yards and Ott for 11 yards. Susquehanna continued their lead with another touchdown in the second quarter after a long 14 play, 56-yard drive by Crusco and the rest of the offense. Ott would finish the drive with a three-yard touchdown reception to extend the lead to 21–7 towards the end of the first half.

Juniata took the third quarter to tie the score again at 21–21 thanks to two consecutive scores. The first was an Austin Montgome eight-yard touchdown pass to Daulton Snyder and the second was a one-yard touchdown run by Montgome.

In the final quarter of play though, the River Hawks’ defense limited Juniata while offense took control of the ball for most of the remaining time. Crusco would toss the eventual game-winner to Bluj for an eight-yard touchdown with 11:11 left in the fourth quarter to bring Susquehanna their 28–21 victory.

The win brought Susquehanna to a 7-3 record and earned Susquehanna a spot in the Centennial-MAC Bowl Series. The River Hawks will play against Albright College Saturday, Nov. 18. The game will be held at Albright’s Gene Shirk Stadium in Reading, Pennsylvania. Albright is the leader of the all-time series 23-30-1 with the River Hawks winning the latest matchup

Reese gets 20th place for Hawks

By Rachael Cataldo, Asst. Sports Editor 

Sophomore Erin Reese was the first River Hawk to cross the finish line to lead the Susquehanna women’s cross country team to a 20th place finish on Saturday, Nov. 11 at the NCAA Regional meet at Dickinson College.

Reese finished with a time of 23:46.7 to finish in 55th place overall. Reese was the top finisher for the River Hawk all season.

“It felt good to be the lead runner and help the team finish in a higher place,” Reese said after the match.

Senior Kailyn Reilly finished in 83rd place with a time of 24:12.0. Senior Hannah Stauffer was right behind Reilly, finishing with a time of 24:12.2 to place 84th.

Freshman Marissa Kleman finished in 149th place with a time of 25:13.1 while sophomore Emily Eck rounded out the scoring for Susquehanna with a 194th place finish and a time of 26:13.2.

Susquehanna finished the meet with 562 points. For her performance in the Championship event on Oct. 28, Reese was awarded First Team All-Conference honors. Reilly and Stauffer were also awarded for their strong showing at the meet and earned Second Team honors.

For the Susquehanna men’s cross country team, junior Ciaran Fisher led the River Hawks to a 35th place finish as a team.

Fisher finished with a time of 26:55.5 to place 78th overall. “It was definitely rewarding [to be the top finisher] especially with how hard I trained this summer,”

Fisher said after the match. The next River Hawk to cross the finish line was senior Eric Pressler, who finished in 193rd place with a time of 28:29.3. Sophomore Brandon

Sorge finished in 221st place with a time of 28:55.0 followed by freshman Jake Menchey who finished in 268th place with a time of 30:10.4 at the meet.

Freshman Robert Stattler rounded out the scoring with a 295th place finish with a time of 31:14.8.

Susquehanna finished the meet with 1055 points. “The work ethic was a huge key component towards our team,” Fisher said. “Our team was really small and really young, but they were willing to put the work in and trust the process.”

Willis sets strong times; SU goes 1-1 at the meet

By Mel Barracato, Staff Writer

Susquehanna men’s and women’s swim teams faced off at Gettysburg College with Messiah College in last weekend’s tri-meet, where the women’s team came out of the weekend with a win against Messiah and a loss to Gettysburg and the men’s team dropped both meets.

Gettysburg trumped River Hawks in the men’s and women’s meets with scores of 207-54 and 138-123, respectively. The women’s team defeated Messiah 142- 119, but the men’s team lost 150-111 to Gettysburg.

Senior Joann Butkus took first in the 200 breaststroke and helped the free relay team of junior Katie Willis, freshman Tori Weems, and senior Jess Jozefiak cruise to a first place finish with a time of 1:40.37.

Willis also took second place in the 200 freestyle and third in both the 50 and 100 freestyle events. Butkus, Weems, sophomore Catie Welch and junior Maggie Palaski teamed up for third in the 200 medley relay. She also earned the top female swimmer award for the Landmark Conference due to her performance against Gettysburg and Messiah.

River Hawk sophomores Megan Shaffer and Caitlin Kelly took first and second in the 100 freestyle while Shaffer and freshman Abby Condon took the first two spots again in the 200 backstroke. Shaffer also finished third in 100 backstroke and Palaski and Jozefiak took third and fourth respectively in 100 butterfly.

On the men’s side, sophomore David Grove was out touched by .02 seconds and finished second in 100 backstroke and junior James Orzolek took second in 100 freestyle. Orzolek placed fourth in 50 freestyle and was part of the relay team of Grove, sophomore Shane Sullivan, and freshman Brett Walker that placed fourth in the 200 medley relay team. Orzolek, Grove, Walker, and freshman David Brady took fourth place in the 200 freestyle relay as well.

Sullivan took third in 100 breaststroke and fourth in 200 breast. Junior Ryan Rizzuto placed fourth in both the 100 and 200 butterfly races, and freshman Owen Kelly took fourth in the 1000 free.

The River Hawks return to the pool after Thanksgiving to participate in the Total Performance Sports Camps Invitational at Kenyon on Thursday, Nov. 30 and Diving will compete at the Catholic Invitational on Nov. 18. the Susquehanna was selected as the number nine-ranked team in the CollegeSwimming.com Regional Rankings.