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Saturday, October 21, 2006
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WOMEN’S TENNIS WINS SECOND FALL MATCH

The Muhlenberg women’s tennis team defeated Ramapo, 6-3, in its second and final match of the fall.

The Mules overcame a 2-1 deficit after doubles play by winning at the top five singles spots. Sophomore Jenn Powell and senior Pam Kimmelman teamed up for the doubles victory, and both won decisively at singles.

Junior Jacquelyn Magner slugged out a 14-12 supertiebreaker in the third set to win her No. 4 singles match. At No. 5, sophomore Maddy Goldfarb recorded her first career win in straight sets.

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Football Falls at Hopkins

The Johns Hopkins football team allowed only 40 total yards and two first downs to defeat Muhlenberg, 10-7, in the third straight game between the teams decided by a field goal.

The Mules (3-4, 1-3) got a first down on their first play from scrimmage when sophomore Eric Santagato ran for 26 yards, then did not move the chains again until late in the fourth quarter. Hopkins (3-4, 2-2) held possession for 41:24 and ran 32 more offensive plays than Muhlenberg.

The lone touchdown for the Mules came with 11:48 left in the fourth quarter when freshman cornerback Cameron Ahouse returned an interception 95 yards for a touchdown. It tied for the third-longest interception return in team history. Ahouse returned another pick 26 yards, setting a school record with 121 yards on interception returns.

Muhlenberg forced five turnovers for the second week in a row, including three on consecutive fourth-quarter possessions, but could not get in position for a field-goal attempt.

The Mule defense held the Blue Jays to 244 total yards. Junior Tom Tarsitano led Muhlenberg with 12 tackles and a pass breakup, while juniors Kevin Ciccarello and Dustin Good made nine stops apiece. Senior Chris Musselman had two sacks and a pass breakup.

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Last updated October 21, 2006