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2000 Season Highlights
• Muhlenberg finished in the top half of the Centennial Conference for the second straight year. The Mules (14-23 overall), placed fifth in the CC with a 9-9 league record. After a 5-16 start, they won nine of their final 16 games, including six of seven in one stretch.
• The team batted .333 over the final 16 games of the season and averaged more than eight runs per game over that stretch.
• The Mules tied the school record of six doubles in a game twice.
• Muhlenberg had two players named to the All-CC first team for the first time ever.
• Senior outfielder Chuck Draper became the Mules’ first player to earn first-team All-CC honors in back-to-back years. He hit .353 in 2000 and finished his career as the school’s all-time leader in hits (176), runs scored (119), doubles (29), extra-base hits (54), total bases (269) and RBI (110).
• Junior first baseman David Wolf ended the season on a tear, hitting .619 with 11 extra-base hits in his final 11 games. He hit .391 overall and .526 (with a .930 slugging percentage) in CC games.
• Sophomore centerfielder Joshua Carter broke his own school record with 27 stolen bases and became the all-time leader in steals (50) in just his second season. He also won four games as a pitcher, tossing a one-hit gem against Johns Hopkins, the top hitting team in the CC, in his final start.
• Senior third baseman Chris Moraitis became the 18th member of Muhlenberg’s 100-hit club.
• Junior Tim Haberbusch tied a school record with seven complete games.
All-Centennial Conference
Chuck Draper (first team)
David Wolf (first team)
Joshua Carter (second team)
Centennial Conference Player of the Week
David Wolf
Centennial Conference Pitcher of the Week
Joshua Carter
ECAC South Pitcher of the Week
Joshua Carter

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Last updated May 16, 2000