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Seven Muhlenberg athletes have been named to the Centennial Conference Weekly Honor Roll for their performances last week:

• Cross Country: Senior Will Elson came in third at Salisbury’s Tidewater Classic, leading the Mules to a second-place finish (first among Division III schools). Junior Diana Garretto Lauren Jacobs finished 14th in the women’s race.

• Field Hockey: Junior midfielder Lauren Jacobs (right)scored her first career goal to clinch the Mules’ win at Drew and recorded her team-leading fourth assist of the season against Franklin & Marshall.

• Football: Junior cornerback Joe Getz recorded the first of Muhlenberg’s five second-quarter turnovers with a diving interception and finished with a career-high seven tackles against Franklin & Marshall.

• Women’s Soccer: Sophomore Rebecca Armstrong doubled her season total by scoring two goals in a 3-0 win at Delaware Valley.

• Men’s Soccer: Freshman Jose Ramirez scored his first career goal for the game-winner in overtime vs. Misericordia.

• Volleyball: Senior Meaghan Billie hit .301 and averaged 3.44 kills and 1.13 blocks at the Amherst Classic, moving into second place all-time at Muhlenberg with 1,183 career kills.

Football Moves Up to 28th in AFCA Poll

The Muhlenberg football team moved up from 34th to 28th place in the American Football Coaches Association Division III poll after defeating Franklin & Marshall, 68-22, on Saturday. The ranking is the highest ever for the Mules.

Muhlenberg (4-0) moved up because of its decisive and because Kings Point, a team the Mules defeated 54-3 in the season’s opening week, upset New Jersey, which had been ranked 17th.

Two spots ahead of Muhlenberg (73 points) in the poll is its next opponent, McDaniel (93 points). The Green Terror is 3-1, its only loss by three points to second-ranked Bridgewater.

The Centennial Conference also is represented in the poll by Johns Hopkins (3-0), which is ranked 41st with 24 points.

For the complete poll, click here.

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Last updated October 1, 2002