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King, Ramirez, Milberg on First Team

Five members of the Muhlenberg men’s soccer team have earned their second consecutive selections to the All-Centennial Conference team.

Senior forward Christopher King earned first-team honors.
Adam Milberg
Adam Milberg has started every every game for the Mules the last three years. During that time, the team has allowed 0.97 goals per game.
He leads the CC in points (23) and is tied for the lead in goals (10). Both numbers are career highs for King, who entered the season with just nine goals and 23 points. Two of his four game-winning goals have come against CC playoff teams, Johns Hopkins and Swarthmore. King was on the All-CC second team in 2004.

Senior midfielder Jose Ramirez was selected to the first team. Ramirez’s six assists have him tied for the team lead and tied for second in the CC. He has three goals, including the game-winner against Ursinus, a victory that sent Muhlenberg into the CC playoffs. Ramirez made the All-CC second team in 2004 after earning first-team honors in 2003.

Senior back and co-captain Adam Milberg was the third Mule on the All-CC first team. Milberg, a member of the second team in 2004, has three goals and three assists while starting 16 games on a defense that has allowed just 1.06 goals per game and recorded six shutouts.

Senior back and co-captain Ryan Smallwood was selected to the second team. Smallwood, who moved up from honorable mention in 2004, has started 15 games for the Mules. His lone goal was the first of the season for the Mules.

Senior forward James Henshaw, a two-time first-team selection, received honorable mention. He has three goals and two assists, putting him 13th in Muhlenberg history with 26 goals and tied for 16th with 61 points.

Ramirez and Henshaw are the only players named to the All-CC team each of the last three years. This marked the first time Muhlenberg men's soccer has had five players repeat on the All-CC teams in consecutive seasons. It was also the second time in three years the Mules had three first-team selections.

The Muhlenberg seniors look to continue their successful season when they travel to McDaniel for the CC playoffs. The Mules are the three seed and will play Swarthmore at 2 p.m. on Saturday, November 5. Muhlenberg currently sits at 11-5, including 6-3 in the CC.

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Last updated November 2, 2005