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Season review
The Mules had an extraordinary season, winning 20 matches and advancing to the Centennial Conference championship match for the first time since 2001.

Holly Hynson December 12: Hynson named to Sportsmanship Team
Junior co-captain Holly Hynson (left) was one of seven Muhlenberg fall athletes named to the All-Centennial Conference Sportsmanship Team.

December 5: Two named to Academic Honor Roll
Volleyball co-captains Holly Hynson and Chelsea Kaser were among the 37 Muhlenberg fall athletes named to the Centennial Conference Academic Honor Roll.

November 12: Three Mules honored by conference
Freshman Allison Glass and sophomores Katherine Boll and Chelsea Kaser were all named to the All-Centennial Conference team. Glass was voted rookie of the year.

MulePix MulePix: Centennial Conference playoffs
photos by Muhlenberg Sports Information

November 10: Muhlenberg falls short of championship
Muhlenberg came back to tie after falling in the first set, then dropped a close third set and went to lose in the Centennial Conference championship match, 3-1 to Johns Hopkins.

Chelsea Kaser November 9: Mules charge into championship match
Muhlenberg defeated McDaniel in four sets to reach the Centennial Conference championship match for the first time since 2001. Sophomore Chelsea Kaser (left) led the defense with 14 digs.

November 7: Playoff preview
The Mules are seeking their first Centennial Conference championship in what shapes up as a wide-open tournament.

Laurainne Ojo-Ohikuare November 2: Sweep of Swat clinches bye
Muhlenberg swept Swarthmore in its final Centennial Conference match of the regular season to clinch a first-round bye in the playoffs. Senior Laurainne Ojo-Ohikuare (right), honored before the match, hit a combined .350 against Swarthmore and a four-set loss to Moravian.

October 30: Mules fall at F&M
The Mules battled to the end, but lost in four hard-fought sets to the Diplomats, who completed a perfect CC regular season. Muhlenberg is still in line for a bye in the conference playoffs.

Nikki Dickson October 26: Dickson reaches milestone at E-town
Junior Nikki Dickson (left) recorded her 1,000th career assist in a five-set loss to Elizabethtown. The Mules rebounded to sweep Penn State Altoona in their second match of the day.

Lindsey Gambocurta October 23: Muhlenberg clinches playoff berth
Muhlenberg clinched its first playoff berth in four years with a four-set win at Ursinus. Junior Lindsey Gambocurta (right) recorded nine kills in only 16 attempts.

October 21: Glass named player of the week
Freshman Allison Glass was named Centennial Conference player of the week for her hitting, digging and serving in three matches.

Elizabeth Garrison October 19: Mules close in on playoff berth
Muhlenberg solidified its hopes for a Centennial Conference playoff berth, moving into sole possession of second place with a 3-1 win against Gettysburg. Freshman Elizabeth Garrison (left) recorded a team-high 17 digs. The Mules dropped their second match of the day in five sets to St. Lawrence.

October 16: Muhlenberg sweeps in return home
Muhlenberg returned from its trip to Memphis to sweep Penn State Berks.

MuhlBox: Play of the Week
The big comeback at Haverford is Muhlenberg's play of the week.

MuhlBox: Athlete of the Week
Sophomore Katherine Boll was named Muhlenberg's female athlete of the week.

MulePix MulePix: Rhodes Fall Break Classic
photos by Muhlenberg Sports Information

Vanessa Pulice October 13: Mules split again in Memphis
Sophomore Vanessa Pulice (right) recorded a rare 20-20 match in a five-set win against Millsaps in Memphis. The Mules lost their final match of the trip to Rhodes in four sets.

October 12: Records fall in second Memphis match
Muhlenberg served a school-record 23 aces and broke two other school records in a 3-0 sweep of Rust. In the first match on their Fall Break trip to Memphis, the Mules lost in four to Birmingham-Southern.

Erin Murphy October 9: Mules make statement with win at Haverford
Muhlenberg snapped a 12-year losing streak to perennial playoff contender Haverford with a five-set win. Sophomore Erin Murphy (left) assisted on four blocks, including one on set point in the first set.

MuleVideo MuleVideo: top plays
highlights from the win against Bryn Mawr

MuhlBox: Athlete of the Week
Sophomore Joanne Josephson was named Muhlenberg's female athlete of the week.

October 5: Two wins extend streak to five
Muhlenberg followed a key Centennial Conference win against Washington with a sweep of Hood, extending its winning streak to five.

Katherine Boll October 2: Mules sweep Bryn Mawr
Sophomore Katherine Boll (left) hit .467 on nine kills in only 15 attempts as the Mules won for the fifth time in six matches, 3-0 against Bryn Mawr.

Allison Glass September 28: Muhlenberg outlasts Dickinson in five
The Mules played a five-set match at Dickinson for the second year in a row, this time winning. Freshman Allison Glass (left) had three of her team-high 14 kills in the fifth set.

Ali Mayer September 25: Mules hold block party at Scranton
Freshman Ali Mayer (left) led the way with 18 assists and the Mules used 12 blocks to sweep past Scranton.

September 21: Two-time champs sweep Mules
Two-time defending Centennial Conference champion Johns Hopkins finished strong in the first two sets and started strong in the third in a 3-0 sweep of the Mules.

Joanne Josephson September 14: Mules sweep at McDaniel
Sophomore Joanne Josephson (left) recorded nine kills in only 13 attempts to lead the Mules past McDaniel in three sets in their first Centennial Conference match of the season. Muhlenberg went on to also sweep Goucher.

Sarah Weyhmuller September 7: Weyhmuller named to all-tournament team
Sophomore Sarah Weyhmuller (right) was named to the Buttermaker Tournament all-tournament team after the Mules fell to Salisbury and Gallaudet in the championship bracket.

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