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October 31: Cross country teams head into championship season
The Muhlenberg cross country teams are well-positioned for strong performances at the Centennial Conference Championships and NCAA Mideast Regional.

October 30: Two men's soccer players earn academic honor
Muhlenberg men's soccer players Lance Dotzman and Tommy Hoffmann were selected to the Academic All-District team and will go on the ballot for Academic All-America recognition.

Jan Chmura October 29: Men's soccer comes back to win regional clash
The Muhlenberg men's soccer team overcame a 1-0 second-half deficit to defeat Dickinson, 2-1, in a matchup of regionally and nationally ranked opponents. Freshman Jan Chmura (right) made a clutch defensive save to keep the game scoreless in the second half.

Christine Germaske October 29: Field hockey blanks Moravian
The Muhlenberg field hockey team held Moravian without a shot in closing out its regular-season home schedule with a 5-0 win. Senior Christine Germaske (left) scored her sixth goal of the season.

Sarah Weyhmuller October 29: Volleyball breezes in conference finale
The Muhlenberg volleyball team hit .424 and swept Ursinus in its last Centennial Conference match of the season. Junior Sarah Weyhmuller (right) contributed to the high percentage with six kills in only eight attempts.

October 28: Men's soccer in top 20 in both polls
For the first time this season, the Muhlenberg men's soccer team is in the top 20 in both Division III polls.

Megan Nehila October 28: Women's soccer beats Moravian in OT
The Muhlenberg women's soccer team tied a school record with its third overtime win of the season, defeating Moravian, 2-1, on Taylor Pini's second goal of the game. Junior Megan Nehila (left) made a defensive save in the second half to keep the game scoreless.

MuleVideo MuleVideo: Plays of the Week
the top 10 plays for the week of October 20-October 26, 2014

Kayleigh Thies October 27: Thies named player of the week
For the second time this season, senior Kayleigh Thies (left) of the Muhlenberg field hockey team was named Centennial Conference player of the week.

Monday Morning Mule Monday Morning Mule
a long drought in soccer, quadruple overtime in field hockey and big numbers in football

Nick Palladino October 25: Palladino named player of the week
Sophomore Nick Palladino (left) of the Muhlenberg football team was named Centennial Conference player of the week for the second time in his career.

Jack Dusing October 25: Drought at Hopkins over; men's soccer clinches berth
The Muhlenberg men's soccer team defeated Johns Hopkins in Baltimore for the first time since 1946 to clinch a Centennial Conference playoff berth. Sophomore Jack Dusing (right) assisted on the first goal in the 2-1 win.

Nick Lamb October 25: Football rolls past Juniata on Family Weekend
Junior Nick Lamb (left) was one of five players to score a touchdown as the Muhlenberg football team amassed over 500 yarda and defeated Juniata, 42-13, in front of a large Family Weekend crowd.

Caroline Erb October 25: Playoffs - volleyball, field hockey in, women's soccer close
The Muhlenberg volleyball team defeated Gettysburg in four sets to clinch a Centennial Conference playoff berth before falling in five to Messiah. Freshman Caroline Erb (left) hit .333 in both matches and totaled 16 kills on the day. Field hockey clinched a playoff spot with other results, and women's soccer remained alive depsite a loss.

Sierra Lenker October 24: Field hockey wins in overtime on Senior Night
The Muhlenberg field hockey team moved closer to a playoff berth with a 1-0 overtime win against Gettysburg. Sierra Lenker (left), one of nine seniors honored prior to the game, made a pair of saves in overtime to preserve her third shutout of the season.

October 23: Three earn NCAA rankings in phenomenal fall
Three teams earned NCAA regional rankings as Muhlenberg's outstanding fall season continues.

Jen Mermelstein October 22: Women's soccer beats Swarthmore in overtime
The Muhlenberg women's soccer team picked up a key Centennial Conference win, defeated regionally ranked Swarthmore, 1-0. Junior Jen Mermelstein (right) made a career-high 12 saves.

Meghan Gill October 22: Field hockey breezes to 10th win
The Muhlenberg field hockey team reached the 10-win mark for the first time in seven years with a 9-1 win against Swarthmore. Senior Meghan Gill (left) scored her first two goals of the season.

October 22: Volleyball swept at Swarthmore
The Muhlenberg volleyball team lost in three sets to Centennial Conference-leading Swarthmore.

October 21: Men's soccer moves up to 13th
The Muhlenberg men's soccer team moved up to a season-high 13th in the poll.

MuleVideo MuleVideo: Plays of the Week
the top 12 plays for the week of October 12-October 18, 2014, in the sports of field hockey, football, women's soccer, men's soccer and volleyball

Shaun Lally October 20: Shaun Lally named head wrestling coach
Former local high school standout and Division I wrestler Shaun Lally is Muhlenberg's new wrestling coach.

October 20: Dotzman named player of the week
Senior Lance Dotzman of the Muhlenberg men's soccer team was named Centennial Conference offensive player of the week.

Monday Morning Mule Monday Morning Mule
Monday Morning Mule examines high soccer scores, low volleyball scores and the start of the Palladino for Heisman campaign.

Phil Rahling October 18: Men's soccer stuns Haverford with three late goals
The Muhlenberg men's soccer team scored three goals in the final 17:06 to erase a 3-1 deficit and defeat Haverford, 4-3. Sophomore Phil Rahling (right) scored the winner with 3:31 left.

Khiry Hughes Cody Geyer October 18: Football sacks Gettysburg for 500th all-time win
The Muhlenberg football team recorded 10 sacks in rolling past Gettysburg, 47-6, for the 500th win in program history. Senior Khiry Hughes (left) returned an interception 50 yards for a touchdown, and senior Cody Geyer (right) caught a 35-yard TD pass.

Abby Lazofsky October 18: Women's soccer wins third in a row
Sophomore Abby Lazofsky (left) broke a 1-1 tie in the second half and the Muhlenberg women's soccer team held on to defeat Franklin & Marshall, 2-1, and improve its playoff prospects.

Claire Thornton Joanne Josephson October 18: Cross country solid in final tuneup, volleyball sweeps
Both Muhlenberg cross countery teams finished in the top six out of more than 30 teams at the Gettysburg Invitational, the final tuneup for the Centennial Conference Championships. Junior Claire Thornton (left) improved her time by 21 seconds from the same meet last year. The volleyball team won a pair of matches at York. Junior Joanne Josephson (right) totaled 18 kills and seven blocks in the two matches.

October 16: Volleyball streak ends in battle of unbeatens
The Muhlenberg volleyball team's school-record 13-match winning streak was snapped in four sets by Haverford in a matchup of teams that came in undefeated in the Centennial Conference.

MuhlBox MuhlBox: World Court
Muhlenberg volleyball seniors Nikki Dickson and Julia Elkin have done their share of traveling.

October 15: Men's soccer, field hockey climb in polls
The Muhlenberg men's soccer team moved up to No. 17 while field hockey narrowly missed hitting the top 20 in this week's Division III polls.

Carly DeNigris October 14: Women's soccer picks up key Centennial Conference win
The Muhlenberg women's soccer team scored three first-half goals, one by freshman Carly DeNigris (left), and went on to defeat Haverford, a team that played in the Centennial Conference championship game the last two years, 3-0.

MuleVideo MuleVideo: Plays of the Week
the top seven plays for the week of October 6-October 12, 2014

Heather Porrini October 13: Porrini named player of the week
Senior Heather Porrini (left) was named Centennial Conference defensive player of the week after helping the Muhlenberg field hockey team to two wins and assisting on an overtime goal in one.

Jonathan Graulich Christina Bryde October 13: Golf teams wrap up fall
The Muhlenberg golf teams closed out their fall seasons with five rounds in three days. Junior Jonathan Graulich (left) finished first overall at the Revolutionary College Classic, and senior Christina Bryde (right) led the women to wins against Lebanon Valley and Wilkes.