MILLERSVILLE, Pa. -- Millersville defeated Indiana (Pa.) 3-2 on Friday afternoon. The Marauders left Biemesderfer Field with their second consecutive home win.

Behind the efforts of Rachel and Sarah Dickinson, Millersville got its sixth win of the year and fourth against PSAC West opponents. Rachel scored what proved to be the winning goal with nine minutes left and her sister Sarah stopped two of the four shots the Crimson Hawks mustered on goal to send the Hawks to 7-3 on the season.

Rachel Dickinson scored her third goal of the season, a high total for a freshman. The third goal is even more impressive because she leads the team in goals despite her defensive position. She also had an assist on a deflection off of Sarah Bomberger’s stick that gave Millersville a 1-0 lead early in the first half.

No. 1 Bloomsburg 4, Seton Hill 0
BLOOMSBURG, Penn. -- Bloomsburg improved to 9-0 on the season as they downed the Griffins of Seton Hill, 4-0 on Friday afternoon at Sports Stadium. The Huskies are 3-0 in the PSAC East while the Griffins fall to 2-7 on the season and stay at 0-4 in the PSAC West.

The Huskies controlled the first half of play as they controlled the ball mostly in the Griffins defensive half. Bloomsburg was able to fire 16 shots in the first half while only allowing one shot by Seton Hill.

Amanda Riley broke into the game only a minute into the action when she dribbled past the Griffins defense and put the ball to the right side of the cage, putting the Huskies up 1-0. Nicole Bruce would fire one to the net off a cross from Brooke Simonovich at the 26:50 mark, giving Bloomsburg a 2-0 lead. Bruce put the score up by three for the Huskies with less than 19 minutes left in the half, scoring off a pass from Riley.

Only 10 seconds would go by in the second half before Riley increased the lead for the Huskies as she scored seventh goal of the season. Simonovich would be credited with her second assist of the game, putting the score at 4-0.

No. 2 West Chester 10, Mansfield 1
WEST CHESTER, Pa. -- West Chester scored 10 goals to upend Mansfield 10-1. The Golden Rams were led by Kayla Gluchowski who recorded a game-high four goals on Friday.

The Mountaineers found themselves trailing 5-0 to the Golden Rams until Hackenberg cut the lead scoring a goal in the 26th minute. Hackenberg's fifth goal of the season came via a Jessi Wolski penalty corner.

West Chester added five more goals to increase its lead.

No. 3 Shippensburg 5, No. 8 Kutztown 1
SHIPPENSBURG, Pa. -- Shippensburg scored five unanswered goals – including two each from senior Kristina Taylor and sophomore Bre White – en route to a 5-1 victory at Kutztown on Friday afternoon.

With the Raiders (9-2, 4-0 PSAC West) down 1-0 just over 15 minutes into the contest, junior Taylor Jones kicked off Shippensburg’s scoring off an assist from White on a penalty corner. Jones continued her hot streak, as it was her fourth goal in the last four games. White’s assist, meanwhile, was her 12th on the year, as she is now five short of the single-season record of 17.

White added her first goal on the day just four minutes later on a penalty stroke and added another four minutes into the second half off of a penalty corner. The goals were White’s 11th and 12th on the season. Taylor knocked in two goals herself in the second half to give her a team-leading 14 on the season, off of assists by sophomore Lauren Taylor and senior Katie Pufnock.

Game information and photos compiled from athletic department websites.