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snow wins susquehanna tournament

Tennis Finishes at ITAs

The Muhlenberg men’s tennis team concluded play at the ITA Southeast Regional on Sunday. The Mules’s best advancement came from the doubles team of freshmen Wayne Mitchel and Jason Kirschenbaum, who reached the semifinals of the B3 doubles consolation bracket.
Click here for Muhlenberg results.
Click here for the tournament Web site.

The strange weather at Friday’s Susquehanna Fall Invitational
Bill Snow
Snow, who entered the season with a career stroke average of 81.7, is averaging 77.8 through four rounds this fall.
didn’t include snow, but the top of the leaderboard did.

Junior Bill Snow of the Muhlenberg men’s golf team won medalist honors for the first time in his career by shooting a one-over-par 73, leading the Mules to a second-place finish. Snow tied two other golfers for the lowest round and won on a match of cards.

“I was kind of shocked,” said Snow. “I knew Garrett [Carpenter] was three under for a while, and I knew Zach [Oyer] was one under for a while, so I felt I was going to be third on my team, let alone win the tournament.”

Consistency was the name of the game for Snow, the first Muhlenberg player to win a tournament since 2004. He was never more than one over or one under in matching his career-low round.

“I hit 14 greens, but I was not putting it close enough to get birdies,” he said.

In conditions that ranged from hot and sunny to cloudy and raining, Oyer finished with a 76 to tie for sixth in his first career competition, and Carpenter ended up with a 78. The second-place finish was the best for the Mules, other than their own tournament, in four years.
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