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Two Field Hockey Players Honored
Bruschi, Jacobs Repeat

Muhlenberg had two players voted to the All-Centennial Conference field hockey team. Both players, junior forward Kristen Bruschi and senior midfielder Lauren Jacobs were second-team selections, and both were repeaters from last year’s team.

Bruschi led the Mules and the CC with 19 goals, tying the school record she set last year. She was second in the conference in points per game (2.21) and scored five game-winning goals. Bruschi will enter her senior season first in Muhlenberg history and tied for seventh in CC history with 99 career points.

Jacobs recorded a team-leading five assists and a defensive save in 2003. She finished her career with 15 assists (one short of the school record) and was selected to play in the NFHCA Division III All-Star Game.

Iberer Makes School and Conference History

Four members of the regular-season champion Muhlenberg women’s soccer team have been named to the All-Centennial Conference team, and all were first-team selections. It is the
Dawn Iberer
Iberer has scored eight goals this season and is third in CC history with 55 career goals.
second time in three years that the Mules have placed four players on the All-CC first team.

Heading the list of honorees is senior forward Dawn Iberer, who earned her fourth straight first-team nod. The program’s all-time scoring leader with 126 points, she is one of only three players in league history to make the All-CC first team four years running. Iberer also is the first Muhlenberg athlete in any team sport to land on the All-CC first team all four years.

Rebecca Armstrong will have the opportunity to join the exclusive club next year, as she was selected to the All-CC first team for the third year in a row. The junior forward is the Mules’ leading scorer this season with 26 points on 11 goals and four assists.

Enjoying first-team honors for the first time are senior midfielder Courtney Levine and senior back Katrina Custance. Levine was Muhlenberg’s top scorer in CC games with 15 points (five goals, five assists) and has 20 points overall. Custance, who earned All-CC recognition for the third straight year, leads a defense that allowed only five goals in 10 CC games and 14 goals in 18 games overall.

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Last updated November 5, 2003