Muhlenberg College

Allentown, Pa.
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Thursday, November 8, 2001
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The Muhlenberg football team shows up seven times among the national Division III statistical leads through games of Nov. 3.

In team categories, the Mules are tied for 17th in pass efficiency defense, with 85.1 rating points, and tied for 23rd in scoring offense, at 36.4 points per game.

Senior Joshua Carter is tied for 17th in kickoff returns (26.7 per return), 22nd in all-purpose running (166.7 yards per game) and 28th in punt returns (13.0 per return).

Sophomore Matt Bernardo’s school-record 19 touchdowns place him in a tie for fourth place in scoring (12.7 points per game). Senior Erik Hammar has moved into a tie for 15th place in interceptions (0.8 per game) with six the last two weeks.

A preview of Saturday’s regular-season finale against Moravian will appear on the Mule Sports Daily tomorrow.

After tying for first place in the Centennial Conference, the Muhlenberg College volleyball team has placed three members on the All-CC team.

Juniors Meaghan Billie and Dana Ferrelli were both selected to the first team. It is the first time in team history that the Mules have placed two players on the All-CC first team.

Meaghan BillieBillie, a second-team choice last year, led Muhlenberg with 348 kills, the second-highest season total in school history, and hitting percentage (.253) and was second in blocks (62). The middle hitter averaged 3.68 kills and 0.85 blocks per game in CC matches. After three seasons, Billie ranks third all-time with 946 kills and 237 blocks.

Dana FerrelliFerrelli, an outside hitter and team co-captain, was second on the Mules in kills (311), digs (339) and service aces (67). She had a team-leading 11 double-doubles on the season and was Muhlenberg's leader in digs in CC matches. Ferrelli ranks fifth all-time in both kills (674) and digs (944).

Senior Laura Funsten was voted to the second team after setting school records for assists in a season (1,050) and career (3,071) and assists per game in a season (9.46) and career (7.55). The only senior on the team, she also became the fourth player in team history to record 1,000 career digs and finished second in program history with 175 service aces.

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Last updated November 8, 2001