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VOLLEYBALL SECOND AT MORAVIAN
Soccer Teams Split OT Decisions
MEN’S SOCCER
It took a dramatic comeback, but the Muhlenberg men’s soccer team finally won a game at Johns Hopkins.

Senior Jose Ramirez netted a goal at 98:22 of overtime to complete a 2-1 over Claremont at the Dr. Al Tucci Kickoff Classic.

The Mules tied the game with just under five minutes to play in second half when senior Ryan Smallwood scored off of a corner kick from sophomore Jonathan Kliewer.

In the first game for both teams, Muhlenberg was able to hold Claremont to just three shots on goal and one first-half goal.

The Mules entered the game with an all-time record of 0-8-1 at Homewood Field.

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WOMEN’S SOCCER
On the first day of the Kean Invitational, Gwynedd-Mercy scored the lone goal of the game with 26 seconds remaining in overtime to hand the Mules their first loss of the season. Click here for box score.

Muhlenberg, playing in the championship bracket of Moravian’s Greyhound
Megan Eiser
Eiser added 11 assists and eight digs in the Alvernia match.
Premiere Invitational, finished in second place after splitting its matches on Saturday.

Senior Julie Lauro, who was named to the all-tournament team, collected 24 kills and 20 digs to lead the Mules to a 3-1 win over Alvernia in the first match. Trailing 29-30 in the fourth game, Muhlenberg was able to take over the serve. Freshman Megan Eiser, starting her first career game, then delivered two of her team-high four aces to win the match for the Mules.

Senior Jen Weist and sophomore Megan Young recorded 14 and 10 digs, respectively, in Muhlenberg’s 3-0 loss to Swarthmore in the second match. Lauro notched consecutive points on three of her team-high 14 kills to give the Mules a 21-18 advantage in the third game. However, following a timeout, Swarthmore was able to take over and hand Muhlenberg its first loss of the season.

Lauro made the all-tournament team at Moravian for the third year in a row after averaging 5.23 kills and 3.38 digs per game in four matches.

Senior Mary Henning collected 108 assists over the weekend, moving into second place in Muhlenberg history with 1,789 assists. Junior Kate Haggerty recorded her 500th career kill in the fourth game against Alvernia. She is 10th all-time with 502 kills at Muhlenberg.

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Last updated September 3, 2005