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Messiah takes unbeaten record into conference tournament
October 31st, 2012 5:05AM
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[NCAA DIVISION III] Messiah, No. 1 in the NSCAA/Continental Tire NCAA Division III Men's Top 25, takes a 17-0-1 record into the Middle Atlantic Conference Tournament semifinals against Alvernia Friday.

The Falcons' 7-0 win over Albright last Saturday marked the ninth time this season that the Falcons scored at least four goals in a game and fourth time they scored at least six goals.
 
Sophomore Jeremy Payne scored twice for Messiah to improve his team-leading total to 14 goals.

NSCAA/Continental Tire NCAA Division III Men's Top 25
Rank School Prev. W-L-T
1 Messiah 1 17-0-1
2 Amherst 2 13-0-2
3 Trinity (Texas) 3 16-0-3
4 Loras 4 16-1-1
5 Montclair State 5 17-1-0
6 Carnegie Mellon 6 12-2-1
7 Stevens Tech 6 15-2-0
8 Dominican (Ill.) 8 14-2-1
9 Williams 9 13-0-2
10 Swarthmore 11 13-1-2
11 Ohio Northern 12 18-2-0
12 Carleton 13 16-1-1
13 Christopher Newport 14 15-2-2
14 Whitworth 10 13-1-3
15 St. Lawrence 18 13-2-2
16 Wheaton (Ill.) 16 14-3-2
17 Brandeis 17 15-2-1
18 Rutgers-Camden 19 14-2-2
19 Ohio Wesleyan 23 13-2-3
20 Susquehanna 20 15-2-0
21 University of Rochester 15 9-3-3
22 Calvin 24 13-3-1
23 Gustavus Adolphus NR 14-2-1
24 Pomona-Pitzer NR 14-4-1
25 Eastern Connecticut State 25 15-1-1

NCAA Division III Leading Scorers
G PLAYER, TEAM
27 Mahir Mameledzija, Lake Forest
23 Jordan Werner, Milwaukee Engr.
22 Andrew Jenkins, St. Scholastica
20 Sebastiaan Jansen, Union (N.Y.)
19 Nick McDonald, Dubuque
19 Scott Jarosz, Sage
19 Branden McGarrity, Carleton



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