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Henshaw Leads Group of Five Juniors

Five Muhlenberg men’s soccer players, all juniors, have been selected to the All-Centennial
James Henshaw
Henshaw is 15th on the Mules’ all-time list with 23 career goals.
Conference team by the league’s 10 coaches.

Forward James Henshaw, the lone first-team selection, became the first Mule player since 1997 to land on the first team two years in a row. Henshaw led Muhlenberg with 18 points on eight goals and two assists. His eight goals tied for the CC lead.

A trio of Mules, center midfielders Christopher King and Jose Ramirez and center back Adam Milberg, received second-team honors. King was the Muhlenberg’s leading scorer in CC games with 10 points, and he ranked second on the team with 15 points overall. Ramirez, a first-team selection last year, tallied three goals and an assist. Milberg, who moved up from honorable mention, scored three goals and helped anchor a defense that recorded shutouts in eight of 11 games against CC opponents.

The fifth junior, Ryan Smallwood, received honorable mention. He started the season as a midfielder, recording two goals and three assists, before moving to center back.

Bruschi Cited for Third Time

Muhlenberg placed four members on the All-Centennial Conference field hockey team.

Senior forward Kristen Bruschi became the first player in team
Kristen Bruschi
Bruschi was involved in 20 of the Mules’ 34 goals.
history to be named to the All-CC first team twice. She also was a first-team selection in 2002 and earned second-team honors last season. Bruschi led the Mules with 36 points on 16 goals and four assists. She ranked second in the CC in both goals per game (0.94) and points per game (2.12). Bruschi finished her career as Muhlenberg’s all-time leader and ranked second in CC history with 59 goals and 135 points.

The other three honorees came from a defensive unit that allowed only 21 goals in 17 games and tied for the CC lead with seven shutouts.

Senior back Sarah Fosdick and sophomore goalie Lauren Schram were voted to the second team. Fosdick, a four-year starter on defense, recorded three defensive saves and led the team with five assists. Schram was second in the CC with a goals-against average of 1.22.

Senior back Pamela Coakley, a three-year starter who served as a team captain in 2004, earned honorable mention.

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