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Wednesday, September 29, 2004
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Schedule Note: The women’s soccer match at Swarthmore that was rained out yesterday has been rescheduled for Thursday, Sept. 30, at 7:00.
Men’s Soccer Doubled Up

The Franklin & Marshall men’s soccer team built a 3-0 lead in the first 27 minutes and held off a Muhlenberg charge for a 4-2 Centennial Conference win.

The Mules (3-4-1, 1-2) cut the deficit to one on a pair of unassisted second-half goals by freshman Wesley Deininger, the first two of his career. Their best chance to tie the score came with about two minutes left, but a shot by junior Christopher King was saved.

The Diplomats (4-2-1, 2-1) put in the final goal with 15.6 seconds left.

Muhlenberg lost by the same 4-2 score at F&M two years ago.

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One night after its game against Haverford was rained out, the Muhlenberg field hockey team came ready to play and blanked the Fords, 5-0, in the makeup game to pick up its first Centennial
Adrienne Verbich
Verbich’s goal was her first of the season and the fourth of her career.
Conference win of the season.

The Mules (6-3, 1-1) dominated the game, allowing Haverford (2-7, 0-2) only one possession near the goal all night. Muhlenberg had a whopping 24-1 advantage in penalty corners and took 18 shots to just one for the Fords.

The five goals – scored by five different players – were the second-most ever scored by the Mules in a CC shutout win.

Junior Adrienne Verbich opened the scoring on Muhlenberg’s first penalty corner, deflecting a Kristen Bruschi pass just 3:48 into the game. Goals by sophomores Jessica Hand and LisaAnn Polt followed in the first half.

After junior Katie Thomas slammed in her seventh career goal early in the second half, the Mules took out all their starters. The reserves kept the pressure on the rest of the game, adding to the lead when sophomore Lauren Bosk scored her first career goal with just 2:58 to play.

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Last updated September 29, 2004