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The Mules (6-10) recorded their second straight split at the MIT Invitational, sweeping Emmanuel but getting swept by Connecticut College in the Silver Bracket. Oddly, Emmanuel defeated Connecticut in the middle match.

Junior Megan Young led the Muhlenberg defense with 24 digs in each match. The Mules totaled 104 digs (11 short of the school record) in the win against Emmanuel.

Senior Kate Haggerty hit .415 in the two matches, recording 18 kills with only one error in 41 attempts.

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Muhlenberg suffered its first Centennial Conference loss of the season, 3-1 at No. 11 Johns Hopkins. The Mules (4-3, 1-1) did not take a shot in the first half, but held the Blue Jays (6-1, 2-0) at bay until the final two minutes of the half.

Hopkins scored again early in the second half to double its lead. A late goal by senior Mallory DiMaio, just the third goal allowed by the Blue Jays this season, spoiled the shutout.

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McDaniel scored off a penalty corner once in each half to send the Mules to defeat in their first Centennial Conference game of 2006.

Senior Lauren Schram made 10 saves to move into a tie for fifth place on Muhlenberg’s career list with 298.

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One of these years, Washington will beat Muhlenberg in men’s soccer. Unless it happens in the playoffs, that year won’t be 2006.

The Mules (4-1-1, 1-1) came from behind to defeat the Shoremen, 2-1, for
Dalton has scored the game-tying goal in back-to-back matches and leads the Mules with three goals on the season.
their first Centennial Conference win of the season. Their all-time record against Washington is now 18-0-2, although the last five games have been decided by a single goal.

Freshman Adison Weseloh, playing in his first career game, scored the game-winning goal with 20:42 remaining. Freshman Mike Gehrmann sent a cross from outside the box into the center, from where Weseloh booted it in. The assist was the first career point for Gehrmann.

The Shoremen (4-2, 1-1) scored first, taking a lead on Muhlenberg for the first time since 1999 by knocking in a loose ball in the box at 21:35. The Mules evened the contest less than three minutes later when sophomore Billy Dalton headed in a corner kick from senior Alex Gildner, who also notched his first career point.

The Mules held an 8-2 advantage in shots in the second half.

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Last updated September 23, 2006