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Bruschi Breaks Scoring Record

After sweeping through the Centennial Conference season with a perfect 9-0 record, the Muhlenberg men’s soccer team has placed seven members on the All-CC team.

The only other time the Mules had seven All-CC selections was 1995,
James Henshaw
Muhlenberg has four players with at least seven goals (including Henshaw, above) for the first time since 1975.
which was also the only other year they won all their CC games. The 2003 team matched that squad with three first-team selections.

Senior Evan Smallwood moved up to the first team after earning second-team honors in 2001 and honorable mention last year. Smallwood, who split time at midfielder and back during the season, leads Muhlenberg in goals (nine), assists (six) and points (24). He scored half of his points in the final five games of the regular season, on five goals and two assists.

Also voted to the first team were sophomores Jose Ramirez and James Henshaw — the only underclassmen on the first team. Ramirez, a midfielder, has eight goals and two assists and tied for the team lead with five goals in CC games. Henshaw, a forward, notched a team-leading four game-winning goals and added three other goals and five assists.

Senior midfielder Justin Marx was the Mules’ lone representative on the second team, earning All-CC honors for the second time in his career. Marx had a goal and five assists before his season was curtailed by injury.

Three members of an outstanding defense that allowed only three goals in CC play received honorable mention: senior back Justin Henning, junior goalkeeper Chris Davis and sophomore back Adam Milberg.

Junior forward Kristen Bruschi scored two goals and had an assist to break the school scoring record as the Muhlenberg field hockey team defeated Bryn Mawr, 6-1, in its season finale.

Bruschi, who entered the game needing only one point to eclipse the record of 95, established by Linda Meiser from 1986 to 1989, now has 99 career points. She tied Meiser for second in Muhlenberg history with 43 career goals.

Bruschi also tied her own ’Berg record with her 19th goal of the season and finished two points shy of her school-record 44 points from a year ago.

Senior Danielle Kline went out with a bang, scoring her first, second and third career goals in her final collegiate game. Fellow senior Lauren Jacobs picked up a pair of assists to finish her career in second place on the Mules’ all-time list with 15.

The Mules (12-7, 4-6) trailed after Bryn Mawr (4-14, 0-10) scored less than eight minutes into the contest. Kline’s first goal came less than two minutes later and the Mules never looked back.

Freshman Jessica Hand scored her third goal of the year in the first half, and sophomore Katie Thomas got her third assist on Bruschi’s second tally.

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Last updated November 4, 2003