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Season review
Muhlenberg won the Centennial Conference regular-season title for the second year in a row en route to its senior class carving out a piece of College athletic history.

June 12: Iannarone, DeFeo take postseason trip to Costa Rica
Rising junior outfielders Nicole Iannarone and Amie DeFeo traveled to Costa Rica with one of their classes following the season.

June 5: Kline adds another honor
Kelly Kline was named to the ECAC South All-Star second team.

Colleen O'Donnell May 28: O'Donnell named to Sportsmanship Team
Senior Colleen O'Donnell (right) was selected to the Spring All-Centennial Conference Sportsmanship Team.

Kelly Kline May 27: Five named to Academic Honor Roll
Five softball players, including senior Kelly Kline (left), were among a record 44 Muhlenberg student-athletes named to the Centennial Conference Academic Honor Roll for the spring.

Erica Wenzel May 15: Wenzel takes look at baseball postseason history
For a senior project, Erica Wenzel (right) analyzed the Major League Baseball postseason home run record.

May 13: Kline earns third straight all-region honor
For the third year in a row, senior Kelly Kline was named to the All-East Region squad.

May 7: Muhlenberg places four on All-CC team
Four Muhlenberg players, including repeat first-teamers Kelly Kline and Kelsey Jones, were named to the All-Centennial Conference team.

May 6: Kline wins LVAIAW award
Senior Kelly Kline was named the top softball player in the area by the Lehigh Valley Association of Intercollegiate Athletics for Women.

Marisa DeStasio May 4: Mules fall in championship after walkoff win
Muhlenberg avoided elimination with a 2-1 walkoff win against McDaniel, giving head coach Marisa DeStasio (left) her 100th career win. Haverford won the next game, 6-2, to claim the Centennial Conference championship.

Taylor Trifiolis May 3: Muhlenberg wins historic playoff opener
Sophomore Taylor Trifiolis (right) drove in both runs as Muhlenberg defeated Washington, 2-1, in its first playoff game, giving the senior class a record 99 wins. The Mules lost their second game to Haverford, 8-5.

May 2: Kline earns academic honor
Senior Kelly Kline was named to the Academic All-District team and will move to the national ballot for Academic All-America consideration.

May 2: Playoff preview
Muhlenberg is hosting the Centennial Conference playoffs for the second straight year and hopes for a better ending than the first time around.

Centennial Conference April 28: Playoff schedules set
Muhlenberg had four teams - tied for the most in the league - qualify for Centennial Conference postseason tournaments.

April 26: Despite losses, Mules clinch top seed
The Mules were swept in their final Centennial Conference doubleheader but still clinched the top seed for the conference tournament.

April 24: Mules climb in rankings before dropping two
Muhlenberg moved up to fourth in the NCAA regional rankings before getting swept in a non-league doubleheader at Misericordia.

April 21: Kline named player of the week
For the third time this season, senior Kelly Kline was named Centennial Conference player of the week.

Alyssa Schell April 19: Mules clinch playoff berth
Muhlenberg swept Ursinus, 2-0 and 9-0, to clinch a Centennial Conference playoff berth. Junior Alyssa Schell (left) had three hits in the doubleheader, including the 100th of her career.

Nicole Iannarone April 17: Ranking, sweep, record for Mules
After earning an NCAA regional ranking, the Mules swept Dickinson to reach the 20-win mark and set the College record for wins in back-to-back seasons by any sport. Sophomore Nicole Iannarone (right) doubled in the go-ahead run in the sixth inning of the nightcap.

April 12: Muhlenberg sweeps Susquehanna
Muhlenberg swept Susquehanna, a 40-win team last year, 3-1 and 3-2.

April 10: Mules swept by Moravian
Muhlenberg was swept in a doubleheader for the first time this season, losing 5-1 and 2-1 to Moravian.

Alexis Giovinazzo April 9: Muhlenberg splits with Drew
The Mules drew 12 walks in the first game of their doubleheader with Drew, winning 9-0. Sophomore Alexis Giovinazzo (left) had an RBI single in a four-run second. Drew won the nightcap, 4-1.

April 7: Jones honored by CC again
For the third time this season, junior Kelsey Jones was named Centennial Conference pitcher of the week.

Heather Porrini April 6: Porrini caps sweep with no-hitter
Junior Heather Porrini (right) pitched a no-hitter as Muhlenberg capped a sweep of defending Centennial Conference champion with an 8-0 win. The Mules took the opener, 4-1.

Brittany Dzieciolowski April 5: Another split for Mules
Muhlenberg split its second straight doubleheader, winning 1-0 and losing 4-2 at McDaniel. Sophomore Brittany Dzieciolowski (left) hit a home run in the second game.

April 1: Muhlenberg splits with Haverford
Muhlenberg split a Centennial Conference doubleheader with Haverford, winning the opener, 2-1, before dropping the nightcap, 9-1.

March 31: Mules sweep weekly awards
For the second time this year, the Mules swept the Centennial Conference weekly awards, with Kelly Kline and Heather Porrini being named player and pitcher of the week, respectively.

MuhlBox: A Record Run
Senior Erica Wenzel broke the school's career record for runs scored in a unique way.

March 27: Muhlenberg sweeps Swarthmore
Muhlenberg hit three home runs in a Centennial Conference doubleheader sweep of Swarthmore.

March 25: Mules join fight against cancer
The Mules are raising money for the NFCA's StriKeOut Cancer program at Saturday's doubleheader against Washington.

Kelsey Jones March 24: Jones named pitcher of the week
Junior Kelsey Jones (right) was named Centennial Conference pitcher of the week after throwing back-to-back shutouts.

Amie DeFeo March 22: More history made in sweep of Gettysburg
Muhlenberg swept Gettysburg for the first time ever in its first Centennial Conference doubleheader. Sophomore Amie DeFeo (left) scored the winning run in the bottom of the seventh of the opener after leading off with a pinch-single.