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Men’s 4x4 Ninth

The Muhlenberg women’s tennis team has the top seed in both the singles draw and doubles draw of the Centennial Conference Individual Championships, and both easily advanced on the first day of competition.

The Mule men went 0-4 on the first day and have just one entry remaining.

Muhlenberg’s top-seeded No. 1 doubles team of junior Amy Schmidt and freshman Ashley Reed won its first match, 8-1, to remain undefeated and advance to the quarterfinals, where it will face Franklin & Marshall’s No. 2 team.

The Mules’ No. 2 team of sophomore Pam Kimmelman and senior Emily Oster gave the second seed a scare before falling, 8-6.

Top-seeded Schmidt and unseeded Kimmelman both won their first-round singles matches. Kimmelman, who knocked out Dickinson’s No. 1 player, 6-0, 6-0, is slated to face the seventh seed, from Johns Hopkins, in the Round of 16. Oster was defeated by the third seed.

Two singles players and two doubles teams from the Muhlenberg men’s squad fell in their first-round matches. Seniors Jeff Kraft and Mitchell Reading were seeded fourth in doubles, but dropped a 9-7 match to a team from Haverford.

Kraft, seeded fourth in the singles draw, received a first-round bye and will open play Saturday against a player from CC champion Johns Hopkins.

Click here for Muhlenberg women’s results.
Click here for Muhlenberg men’s results.

The relay team of senior John Brodowski, junior Jason Finkelstein, sophomore Stephen Rothwell and freshman Dan Steinhart finished ninth out of 15 Centennial Conference and MAC teams in the Pop Haddleton 4x400 at the Penn Relays.

Senior Diana Bleakley and junior Courtney Tapkas of the Muhlenberg women’s lacrosse team have been named to the All-Centennial Conference first team. It is the first time in team history that
Diana Bleakley
Muhlenberg has had two players selected to the first team.

Bleakley (left) broke the Mules’ all-time saves record during the season and finished her career with 669 saves. She notched the sixth 20-save game of her career when she made 22 stops against Swarthmore on April 9. Bleakley’s 147 saves were third most among CC goalies.

Courtney Tapkas
Tapkas (right) received All-CC honors for the third time. She was a second-team selection last year and received honorable mention honors in 2003. Tapkas led the CC with 51 goals and tied for the conference-lead with 64 points. Her goals and points totals were the second-most in team history for a single season, behind the marks she set in 2003. She also became Muhlenberg’s all-time leader in points (198) and goals (167) this past season.

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Last updated April 29, 2005