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Season review
Muhlenberg earned its first Centennial Conference playoff berth in six years on the strength of a balanced offense, stingy defense and late-season surge that included a win against the eventual conference champion.

May 23: Mules honored for academics
The entire Muhlenberg team and 11 of its players were honored for academic success by the National Field Hockey Coaches Association.

Dayna Hovern December 12: Hovern named to Sportsmanship Team
Senior Dayna Hovern (left) was one of seven Muhlenberg fall athletes named to the All-Centennial Conference Sportsmanship Team.

Ashley DeAngelis December 5: Four named to Academic Honor Roll
Four field hockey players, including senior Ashley DeAngelis (right), were among the 37 Muhlenberg fall athletes named to the Centennial Conference Academic Honor Roll.

Kayleigh Thies December 2: Thies named to All-America team
Junior Kayleigh Thies (left) was selected to the Division III All-America third team.

November 18: Thies named all-region
Junior Kayleigh Thies was named to the All-South Region first team.

Claudia Theriault November 11: Thies, Theriault named to All-CC team
Junior Kayleigh Thies, a unanimous first-team selection, and freshman Claudia Theriault (right) were named to the All-Centennial Conference team.

November 6: Mules drop playoff game
Haverford scored twice in a span of six minutes to break a 1-1 tie and went on to defeat Muhlenberg, 3-1, in the first round of the Centennial Conference playoffs.

November 5: Playoff preview
The Mules will be making their first Centennial Conference playoff appearance since 2007 when they travel to Haverford for a first-round game.

November 2: Loss sends Mules to road for playoffs
Muhlenberg lost its regular-season finale to Haverford, 2-1 in overtime, and will have to travel for its first-round playoff game.

October 30: Muhlenberg defeated at Drew
The Mules suffered a 6-1 setback against the 19th-ranked Rangers.

MuhlBox: Play of the Week
A trio of important scoring plays by junior Kayleigh Thies were named Muhlenberg's female play of the week.

October 28: Thies named player of the week
Junior Kayleigh Thies was named Centennial Conference player of the week for the second time this season. She also was named Muhlenberg's female athlete of the week.

October 26: Mules upset Ursinus, clinch playoff berth
Muhlenberg came from behind to defeat 15th-ranked Ursinus and clinch its first playoff berth since 2007.

MulePix MulePix: Widener game
photos by Muhlenberg Sports Information

Emily Boyle October 23: Muhlenberg wins in double overtime
Muhlenberg came back to defeat Widener, 2-1, in double overtime. Freshman Emily Boyle (right) assisted on the winning goal.

MuhlBox: Play of the Week
Allie Califano's last-minute game-winning goal at Gettysburg is Muhlenberg's play of the week.

MuhlBox: Athlete of the Week
Senior Mariah Alston was named Muhlenberg's female athlete of the week.

Allie Califano October 18: Late goal lifts Muhlenberg to big win
Junior Allie Califano (left) scored her first career goal with 23.3 seconds left to give the Mules an important 3-2 win at Gettysburg.

Mariah Alston October 16: Mules shut out Swarthmore
Muhlenberg bolstered its postseason hopes with a 3-0 shutout at Swarthmore. Senior Mariah Alston (right) scored her first goal of the season late in the first half.

October 11: Muhlenberg edged by top-ranked F&M
The Mules gave the top-ranked Diplomats all they could handle, but came up just short in a 2-1 setback.

MuleVideo MuleVideo: top plays
highlights from the win against Washington

Sierra Lenker October 7: Lenker named player of the week
Junior Sierra Lenker (right) team was honored by the Centennial Conference after posting back-to-back shutouts.

MulePix MulePix: Washington game
photos by Muhlenberg Sports Information

Ray Gallagher October 4: Mules win big vs. Washington
The Mules scored three second-half goals to record a 4-0 win against Washington, a team that has made three straight Centennial Conference playoff appearances. Junior Ray Gallagher (right) recorded her first career points with a goal and an assist.

Rachel Strow October 2: Road stretch ends with 6-0 win
Muhlenberg ended a five-game stretch of road games with a 6-0 shutout of Bryn Mawr. Freshman Rachel Strow (left) scored her first career goal.

September 28: Mules blanked at Dickinson
Muhlenberg was shut out for the first time this season, falling 2-0 at Dickinson.

September 25: Comeback falls short at Moravian
Muhlenberg fell into a 2-0 hole in the first half and could get only one of the goals back, falling 2-1 at Moravian.

September 21: Hopkins edges Muhlenberg
Senior Dayna Hovern scored her first goal of the season to give the Mules an early 1-0 lead, but Johns Hopkins came back for a 2-1 win.

Hall of Fame September 19: Former field hockey star to enter Hall of Fame
Former field hockey star Kristen Bruschi Wade '05 is in the Muhlenberg College Athletics Hall of Fame Class of 2013.

September 18: Mules drop hard-fought game
Junior Kayleigh Thies scored again, but the Mules lost a 2-1 decision at Elizabethtown.

MuhlBox: Play of the Week
Bridget McNally's second goal against King's was named Muhlenberg's female play of the week.

September 16: Thies honored by Centennial
Junior Kayleigh Thies was named Centennial Conference player of the week after scoring six points in two games.

MuhlBox: Athlete of the Week
Junior Kayleigh Thies was named Muhlenberg's female athlete of the week.

Erin Cummings September 13: Mules win conference opener
The Mules overcame an early 1-0 deficit and defeated McDaniel, 3-1, in their first Centennial Conference game of the season. Senior Erin Cummings (right) capped the scoring with her first goal of the season.

Christine Germaske MuhlBox MuhlBox: Field Hockey, Disc Jockeys
Standing in line for cronuts was among the assignments for junior Christine Germaske (left) in her unique summer internship.

Bridget McNally September 11: Muhlenberg rolls to first win
Muhlenberg picked up its first win of the season, defeating King's, 5-1. Sophomore Bridget McNally (right) scored the first five points of her career with two goals and an assist.

September 4: Mules fall to No. 2 Montclair
Defending national runner-up Montclair State avenged last year's upset loss to the Mules with a 6-1 win.

August 30: Late goal sinks Mules
Scranton scored on a penalty stroke with less than three minutes remaining to pull out a 2-1 win, spoiling the Mules' season opener.

August 27: Season preview
Muhlenberg has almost everyone back for a run at its first trip to the playoffs since 2007.

MulePix MulePix: FDU-Florham scrimmage
photos by Muhlenberg Sports Information

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    Friday, August 29
    vs. Scranton, 7:00

    Wednesday, September 3
    vs. Montclair State, 7:30