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IBERER’S FIRST CAREER HAT TRICK LEADS MULES TO THIRD PLACE FINISH

Junior Dawn Iberer had her first career hat trick to lead the Muhlenberg women’s soccer team to a 4-2 victory against Oswego State at RIT’s Rachel Miller Memorial Tournament.
Dawn Iberer
Iberer increased her career point total to 79, moving her into third place all-time, after scoring five goals in two games.
The Mules claimed third place in the tournament and improved its record to 1-1 on the season, while Oswego State fell to 0-2. LeMoyne won the championship with a 6-0 shutout of RIT.

Iberer’s hat trick was the first for Muhlenberg since Alissa Desiderio in 1999 and one goal shy of the record for goals in a game. In the first two games of the season Iberer has compiled five goals off 13 shots.

Iberer’s first goal was an attempted header that shot off the post and into the net. Her second goal came off an assist from junior Sharon Seggel. Her final goal was a shot from 15 yards out that sailed over the keeper’s head.

Sophomore Rebecca Armstrong contributed the other Muhlenberg goal off a rebound from freshman Lara Swanson.

Junior Jackie Gerard and sophomore Stacey Spector combined for four saves on the day.

Iberer and junior back Monica Jones were named to the All-Tournament Team.

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Last updated September 1, 2002