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Schedule note: The Muhlenberg softball team cancelled its trip to the Montclair State-Kean Classic. Instead, the Mules will play a doubleheader at Ithaca tomorrow.
Women’s Lax and Tennis, Baseball Also Fall

• Men’s Lacrosse: Two-time defending national runner-up Gettysburg (5-1, 2-0) extended its Centennial Conference regular-season winning streak to 36 with a 16-3 win against Muhlenberg, handing the Mules (4-1, 0-1) their first loss of the season. Freshman John Westendorf scored two of Muhlenberg’s three goals. Click here for box score.

• Men’s Tennis: Ninth-ranked Washington won its 74th straight CC match by blanking Muhlenberg, 7-0. Seniors Brad Scheller and Cameron Parke were able to take their singles match to three sets for the Mules (2-1, 0-1). Click here for box score.

• Women’s Lacrosse: Freshman Courtney Tapkas notched her third straight hat trick by scoring four goals, but Muhlenberg (2-3, 0-1) fell to Washington, 18-9, in its CC opener. Click here for box score.

• Women’s Tennis: In a matchup of the two teams that tied for the CC championship last year, Washington won four of six singles matches to come from behind and defeat Muhlenberg (0-3, 0-2), 5-4. Sophomore Emily Oster and junior Sarah Niebler won at both singles and doubles. Click here for box score.

• Baseball: Drew scored in four of the first six innings and held on to defeat Muhlenberg, 6-5, snapping the Mules’ four-game winning streak. Trailing 6-3 heading into the ninth, Muhlenberg (8-4) loaded the bases with nobody out, then scored two runs on outs but could not push across the tying run. Senior Justin Graf went 2-for-4, scored two runs and stole his 17th base of the season. Click here for box score.


Freshmen Danielle Seiler and Brian Campfield both won their events as the Muhlenberg track and field teams opened their outdoor season at the DeSales Invitational.

Seiler took first place in the 400-meter intermediate hurdles with a time of 1:09.4, breaking the school record of 1:09.94 and meeting the qualifying standard for the ECAC
Alex Johansen
Junior Alex Johansen placed second in the long jump and tied for 10th in the 200 meters.

Campfield won the discus with a throw of 139 feet, 2 inches – almost 18 feet better than the second-place competitor. He missed qualifying for ECACs by only 10 inches.

Senior Jason App was the Mules’ third event winner, tying for first in the pole vault at 13 feet.

Sophomore John Brodowski qualified for the ECAC Championships in the 110 hurdles, placing second with a time of 15.64 that missed the school record by 11 hundredths of a second. He also finished sixth in the discus and 10th in the javelin.

Muhlenberg’s male throwers had a good day collectively, taking five of the top six spots in the shot put, five of the top 10 in the javelin and five of the top 11 in the discus.

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Last updated March 22, 2003