Muhlenberg College

Allentown, Pa.
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The York baseball team rapped out 15 hits, seven for extra bases, en route to a 9-7 win over Muhlenberg. The loss snapped the Mules’ four-game winning streak.

Muhlenberg (8-6) was able to keep the game close with the help of Spartan misplays. After falling behind 7-2 in the top of the fifth, the Mules combined an infield single, two walks, three wild pitches and three errors to score four runs in the bottom of the frame. Muhlenberg also scored runs on a two-out error in the first and a balk in the ninth.

The only earned run came home in the third on a two-out single by junior Ben Carr.

Senior Joshua Carter went 2-for-5, becoming the second player in team history with 150 career hits, with two runs scored and two stolen bases, while senior Benjamin Leisawitz also had two hits, including a double.

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Justin Graf

Junior Justin Graf dives back into first base after leading off the first inning with a walk. He reached base three times and scored two runs against York.


Muhlenberg basketball players Mark Lesko and Susan Marchiano have received All-Region honors for the 2001-02 season.

Lesko was a first-team All-Middle Atlantic Region selection by both the National Association of Basketball Coaches and Marchiano made the All-Region third team.

Mark Lesko Lesko, who also was Centennial Conference player of the year and a finalist for The Jostens Trophy as Division III player of the year, led the 19-6 Mules in scoring (19.0 points per game), rebounding (9.8 per game), field-goal percentage (.591), blocked shots (55) and steals (42). The 6-8 senior forward finished his career as the program’s all-time leader in blocked shots (165) and ranked eighth in scoring with 1,399 points.

Susan Marchiano Marchiano, a sophomore center, led Muhlenberg to a 21-4 record by averaging team highs of 15.0 points and 9.2 rebounds per game. In her first season as a starter, she also was first on the team in field-goal percentage (.574), blocked shots (31) and steals (62) and was named to the All-CC first-team.

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