Muhlenberg College

Allentown, Pa.
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Monday, December 10, 2001
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A weekly look at what’s going on in the Centennial Conference:

Women’s Basketball
Dickinson finished second at Wilkes’ Colonel Invitational. The Red Devils had won three in a row before falling to the hosts, 60-40, in the championship game ... Franklin & Marshall broke a four-game losing streak with a 79-52 win at Neumann ... Johns Hopkins won its CC opener, toppling Gettysburg, 76-59, then swept former UAA foes Emory and Brandeis ... Swarthmore extended its winning streak to six with an 87-64 win against Washington ... The Shorewomen rebounded to even their record with wins against Hood (82-69) and Villa Julie (93-64) ... Western Maryland scored an 82-69 win against F&M in an important West Division matchup.
Swarthmore 3-0 8-2
Ursinus 2-1 3-4
Washington 0-2 4-4
Haverford 0-2 2-5
Bryn Mawr 0-3 1-7
Johns Hopkins 1-0 9-1
Gettysburg 3-1 6-2
Western Maryland 2-1 5-3
F&M 1-2 4-4
Dickinson 0-2 5-5
Men’s Basketball
Franklin & Marshall routed Albright (100-68), Western Maryland (75-47) and Salisbury (66-47) to improve to 10-0. It’s the Diplomats’ best start since the 1995-96 season ... Gettysburg is 8-0 for the first time since the 1933-34 season after wins against Johns Hopkins (65-57) and York (67-57) ... In East Division games, Swarthmore defeated Washington, 71-66, and Ursinus knocked off Haverford, 67-55 ... Washington overcame a 22-point deficit to snap a six-game losing streak with a 92-87 win against Gallaudet ... Haverford (77-50) and Western Maryland (90-55) both suffered big losses to defending national champion Catholic.
Ursinus 2-0 2-6
Swarthmore 1-1 3-4
Washington 0-2 2-6
Haverford 0-2 0-9
F&M 2-0 10-0
Gettysburg 2-0 8-0
Johns Hopkins 1-1 4-5
Western Maryland 1-1 3-4
Dickinson 0-2 1-7
Sophomore forward Dawn Iberer of the Muhlenberg women’s soccer Dawn
Ibererteam has been named to the Division III All-America second team by the National Soccer Coaches Association of America.

Iberer, one of only two underclassmen on the All-America first and second teams, led the Mules in scoring for the second consecutive year with 16 goals and 36 points. Ten of her goals were game-winners, including the lone score against Johns Hopkins in the Centennial Conference championship game. A two-time first-team All-CC selection, Iberer already ranks fourth in team history with 30 career goals.

This marks the second straight season that a Muhlenberg women’s soccer player has been selected to the All-America team. Last year, midfielder Alissa Desiderio became the first All-American in program history when she was named to the third team.

Muhlenberg had its best season ever in 2001, going 19-3, setting school records for wins and consecutive wins (17) in a season, winning its second straight CC championship and reaching the regional final of the NCAA Tournament. The Mules were ranked 18th in Division III in the final poll of the season.

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Last updated December 10, 2001