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Hackers Lift Women’s Soccer

Freshman Kasey Hacker blasted in a shot from 20 yards out with 19:50 remaining to give the Muhlenberg women’s soccer team an entertaining 4-3 win at Cabrini.

The Mules (5-5), who snapped a three-game losing streak in which they scored just one goal, had a 2-0 lead at halftime and were up by a 3-1 count 10 minutes into the second half. The Cavaliers (7-4-1) tied the contest with two goals in 69 seconds.

Freshman Kimberly Hacker opened the scoring by launching a high-arcing shot into the upper left corner in the 28th minute. It was the first time in their collegiate career that both Hacker twins scored in the same game.

Senior Mallory DiMaio scored the team’s other two goals, heading in a cross from freshman Christine Schaefer just before halftime and blasting in her team-leading fifth goal of the season to make the score 3-1. (corrected 10/4)

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Tiffany Elliott

Elliott also recorded 15 digs.

Junior Megan Young set a school record with 44 digs as the Muhlenberg volleyball team picked up its first Centennial Conference win of the season, toppling Bryn Mawr in four games.

Young, who came in sixth in the CC with an average of 4.66 digs per game, eclipsed the previous mark of 34 digs in a four-game match, which had stood since 1995. The school record for digs in a five-game match is 39.

Freshman Liz Leslie, junior Tiffany Elliott and sophomore Danielle Losonci also put up big numbers. Leslie led the attack with a career-high 19 kills – the most by a Mule player this season and the most by a Mule freshman since 2002. Elliott and Losonci established career highs with 38 assists and 21 digs, respectively.

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