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MuhlBox MuhlBox: The Uniform Project
A Throwback Thursday look at the history of Muhlenberg women's soccer uniforms

Season review
The Mules earned a Centennial Conference playoff berth for the second straight year and advanced to the semifinals with a memorable shootout win.

June 13: No triskaidekaphobia for these Mules
In honor of Friday the 13th, a look at why some Muhlenberg athletes, including women's soccer player Emily Bain, proudly wear number 13.

May 6: Graetzer wins LVAIAW award
Senior CJ Graetzer was named the top women's soccer player in the area by the Lehigh Valley Association of Intercollegiate Athletics for Women.

December 20: Graetzer honored by ECAC
Senior CJ Graetzer earned her fourth postseason honor when she was selected to the ECAC All-Star Team.

December 12: Bain named to Sportsmanship Team
Junior Emily Bain was one of seven Muhlenberg fall athletes named to the All-Centennial Conference Sportsmanship Team.

Audrey Zamichow December 5: Seven named to Academic Honor Roll
Seven women's soccer players, including junior Audrey Zamichow (right), were among the 37 Muhlenberg fall athletes named to the Centennial Conference Academic Honor Roll.

CJ Graetzer December 4: Graetzer repeats on all-region team
Senior CJ Graetzer (left) was named to the NSCAA all-region team for the second straight year.

November 13: Two Mules honored by conference
Seniors CJ Graetzer and Stephanie Tramutola were named to the All-Centennial Conference team.

MuhlBox: Plays of the Week
Amanda Wong's game-ending, playoff-advancing stop of a penalty kick was named Muhlenberg's female play of the week.

November 8: Mules fall in CC semis
Muhlenberg's season came to an end with an 8-0 loss to nationally ranked Johns Hopkins in a Centennial Conference semifinal game.

MuhlBox MuhlBox: Playoff Walkoff
The dramatic shootout win at McDaniel took its place in Muhlenberg athletic history.

MuleVideo MuleVideo: women's soccer shootout vs. McDaniel
all 10 penalty kicks from the Mules' playoff win

MulePix MulePix: playoff vs. McDaniel
photos by Muhlenberg Sports Information

Amanda Wong Emily Bain November 5: Muhlenberg wins playoff shootout
Senior goalie Amanda Wong (left) tied a career-high with 12 saves and made one on the last round of penalty kicks to clinch the Mules' victory at McDaniel in the first round of the Centennial Conference playoffs. Junior Emily Bain (right) was one of four Mules to make a PK in the shootout.

November 4: Playoff preview
Muhlenberg will be making its ninth Centennial Conference playoff appearance in 13 years when it travels to McDaniel for a first-round game.

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

Colleen Touhey November 2: Muhlenberg clinches playoff berth
Junior Colleen Touhey (left) recorded a goal and an assist as the Mules clinched a Centennial Conference playoff berth with a 4-0 win against Bryn Mawr.

Courtney Simon October 30: Mules edged in OT at Moravian
The Mules took an early lead on the first career goal by freshman Courtney Simon (right) but dropped a 2-1 decision in overtime at Moravian in a Matte Award contest.

October 26: Playoffs still in sight despite loss
The Mules remained a win away from a playoff berth despite losing 3-0 at Ursinus.

October 19: Muhlenberg shut out at home
Muhlenberg lost 2-0 to a Gettysburg squad that has one of the stingiest defenses in Division III.

October 16: Mules fall on late goal
Muhlenberg jumped out to an early 1-0 lead but lost at home to Swarthmore, 2-1.

Leslie Benintend October 15: Benintend reaches major milestone
The Mules' 1-0 win at Franklin & Marshall over the weekend was the 200th career victory for head coach Leslie Benintend (left).

October 12: Mules pick up key road win
Senior CJ Graetzer scored the lone goal early in the second half as the Mules recorded an important Centennial Conference win at Franklin & Marshall.

October 9: Haverford blanks Mules
Defending Centennial Conference champion Haverford took an early lead and went to shut out the Mules, 3-0.

Stephanie Tramutola October 5: Muhlenberg moves into second place with win
Muhlenberg scored a goal off a second-half corner kick by senior Stephanie Tramutola (left) and held on to shut out Washington College, 1-0, to move into second place in the Centennial Conference.

October 2: Mules fall to DeSales
The Mules could not make an early goal stand up and lost at DeSales, 2-1.

MuhlBox: Play of the Week
Susan Galgano's last-minute goal made some history and was named the play of the week.

MuhlBox: Athlete of the Week
Senior back Susan Galgano is Muhlenberg's female athlete of the week.

Susan Galgano September 28: Galgano's late goal beats Dickinson
Senior Susan Galgano (right) scored her first career goal with 15 seconds left in regulation to give the Mules a 1-0 Centennial Conference win at Dickinson.

September 24: Mules edged by Scranton
The Mules took an early lead, but gave up a late equalizer and lost on a Golden Goal in overtime at Scranton.

September 21: No. 1 Hopkins shows strength
Johns Hopkins, ranked first in Division III, scored three quick goals at the start of the second half and went on to defeat the Mules, 5-0.

Hall of Fame September 19: Former women's soccer star to enter Hall of Fame
Former women's soccer star Dawn Iberer '04 is in the Muhlenberg College Athletics Hall of Fame Class of 2013.

September 17: Wong saves dozen in scoreless tie
Senior Amanda Wong made a career-high 12 saves as the Mules recorded their fourth straight shutout, playing Lebanon Valley to a scoreless tie.

Abby Lazofsky September 14: Mules win CC opener
Freshman Abby Lazofsky (right) scored off a corner kick in the first half and the Mules held on to beat McDaniel, 1-0, in their first Centennial Conference game of the season.

MulePix MulePix: Delaware Valley game
photos by Muhlenberg Sports Information

Meghan Nehila September 8: Muhlenberg shuts out DelVal in home opener
The Mules had a 29-1 advantage in shots in a 2-0 home-opening win against Delaware Valley. Sophomore Megan Nehila (right) scored her first career goal in the 20th minute.

Krissy Fioretti September 7: Goals off corners lead Mules to first win
Muhlenberg scored twice on corner kicks in the final five minutes of the first half to win at Gwynedd-Mercy, 2-0, for its first victory of the season. Junior Krissy Fioretti (left) assisted on both goals.

Jacelin Muschlitz August 31: Mules fall in overtime
Sophomore Jacelin Muschlitz (right) netted the game-tying goal with two minutes left in regulation, but Wilkes scored a minute into overtime for a 2-1 win.

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