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The Muhlenberg men finished fourth and the women sixth at the second Lehigh Valley Track & Field Championships, hosted by Muhlenberg.

Lehigh won the men’s meet and tied Kutztown for first in the women’s division. The Mule men were first among the three Division III schools.

Sophomore Ashlie Hankee had an outstanding meet, setting a school record of 13.23 while finishing seventh in the 100 meters; missing her own school record in the 100 high hurdles by 0.26 seconds in a third-place performance; and running on the 4x100-meter relay team that was 0.09 seconds off the school record.

Running in cold, rainy conditions, freshman Danielle Seiler chopped nearly four seconds off the school record she set in the 400 intermediate hurdles last week. Her time of 1:05.92 moved her closer to the NCAA provisional standard of 1:04.70.

The men’s 4x100 team of sophomore John Brodowski, juniors Matt Bernardo and Josh Cohen and freshman Drew Nishiyama finished third with a school-record and ECAC-qualifying time of 43.53. Brodowski also qualified for ECACs in the long jump, as did senior Jason App in the pole vault.

The lone Muhlenberg athlete to win an event was junior Frank Santini in the shot put. Scoring second-place finishes were freshman Brian Campfield in the discus and junior Diana Garretto (with an ECAC-qualifying time) in the 800 meters.

Click here for Muhlenberg placewinners.
Click here for complete women’s results (as a Word document)
Click here for complete men’s results (as a Word document)


Sophomore Aaron Regensburg pitched a complete game to earn his first win of the season and the Muhlenberg baseball team broke open a 1-1 game by scoring eight runs in the eighth inning en route to a 9-4 win against Dickinson. It was the Centennial Conference opener for both teams.

Although he allowed 11 hits, Regensburg gave up only two earned runs and stranded nine Red Devil runners on base, including five in scoring position. He struck out six.

The Mules (10-4, 1-0) had hits in only one of the first seven innings. Those came in the third, when senior Justin Rubenstein chased home classmate Justin Graf with a triple.

Freshman Brian LaRochelle had two hits in the eighth inning, leading it off with an opposite-field double and later adding an RBI single. Muhlenberg had the bases loaded and nobody out when Graf chopped a single over the third baseman’s head to bring in the go-ahead runs. Freshman Matt Tobia also had a two-run single and junior Adam Sadler capped the outburst with a two-run double.

The eight-run inning was the biggest for the Mules since they scored nine against Indiana Wesleyan in 2001.

Graf finished the game 2-for-4 and stole two bases to become the second player in team history with 20 steals in a season.

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Last updated March 28, 2003