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Three Muhlenberg athletes were named Centennial Conference defensive player of the week in their respective sports:

Cameron Ahouse

Cameron Ahouse, Football

Ahouse returned an interception 95 yards for a touchdown for the Mules’ lone score in a 10-7 loss at Johns Hopkins. The return tied for the third-longest in school history and the fifth-longest in league history.

He also returned another pick 26 yards, setting a school record with 121 yards on interception returns in a game. Ahouse was the first Muhlenberg player since 2003 to intercept two passes in a game, and the first Mule freshman to do so since 2000.

Ahouse added five tackles, one for loss. Through seven games, he has recorded 16 tackles and is tied for second on the team with four pass breakups.

Kayla Boisvert

Kayla Boisvert, Women’s Soccer

Boisvert made a career-high 15 saves, the most by a Mule goalie in 10 years, in a key 2-1 CC win at defending regular-season champion Dickinson. She added 45 shutout minutes in the second half of a 4-0 home win against Washington.

Boisvert has allowed only one goal while making 26 saves in her last 438 minutes, helping Muhlenberg to a six-game winning streak. She is third in the CC in goals-against average (0.86) and tied for third in save percentage (.837) and shutouts (four).

It was the second time earning player-of-the-week honors for Boisvert, who also was cited after shutting out defending CC champion Johns Hopkins in 2003.

Peter Bennett

Peter Bennett, Men’s Soccer

Bennett tied his career high of nine saves in back-to-back shutout wins against New Jersey and Gettysburg. He made two saves in overtime of the Mules’ important CC victory against the Bullets, one by tipping a shot taken at close range over the crossbar in the 95th minute.

The two shutouts were the 11th and 12th of Bennett’s career.

Bennett ranks fourth in the CC in both goals-against average (0.81) and save percentage (.833), and he is tied for fourth with his five shutouts.

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