Muhlenberg College

Allentown, Pa.
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The McDaniel football team drove to score the go-ahead touchdown with 5:46 left and held on to defeat Muhlenberg, 22-19.

The win was the 11th straight for the Green Terror (4-5, 2-3) against the

The Muhlenberg field hockey team was defeated by Ursinus, 3-0, in the semfinals of the Centennial Conference playoffs.

The game was 1-0 with about 15 minutes left before the seventh-ranked Bears (16-3) scored twice in a two-minute span.

Lauren Schram, one of five seniors playing her last game with the Mules (12-7), made 15 saves.

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Mules (4-5, 2-4). Including one tie, Muhlenberg hasn’t beaten McDaniel since 1993 and hasn’t won in Westminster since 1988.

The Mules overcame a 14-5 halftime deficit to take a 19-14 lead on two third-quarter touchdown runs by sophomore Eric Santagato, who has
Chris Musselman
In addition to this sack, which increased his CC-leading total to 9½, senior Chris Musselman recovered a fumble that led to the Mules’ go-ahead touchdown.
rushed for five TDs in the last two weeks.

McDaniel, which was held to 20 yards on its first three second-half possessions, moved 73 yards on 13 plays for the winning score. The ensuing squib kick deflected off the foot of a Muhlenberg player and was recovered by McDaniel, allowing the Green Terror to take two more minutes off the clock.

The Mules eventually got the ball back at their own 2-yard line with 3:23 left and got as far as their 27 before an interception sealed the game.

Muhlenberg’s first-half points came on a blocked punt out of the end zone by junior Joel Haddock and a career-long 42 yard field goal by senior Timothy Hughes.

Senior Stephen Montalto caught six passes for 47 yards, breaking the school record for career catches by a tight end (85). He also went over the 1,000-yard mark for his career.

Sophomores Matt Rathbun and William Moates each had a sack among eight tackles, and junior Tom Tarsitano recorded 1½ sacks.

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