2000 Spring Sports Update
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Monday, May 1
SOFTBALL Muhlenberg 16, Washington 3; Muhlenberg 4, Washington 2. The Mules captured their first Centennial Conference championship by sweeping Washington. The conference championship also results in an automatic bid to the NCAA Tournament, which will begin May 12th at a site to be announced. In the first game, the Mules trailed Washington until the top of the fourth, when they broke the game wide open, scoring eight runs and sending 14 batters to the plate. Freshman Kelly Berg played an outstanding game, going 2-for-2, scoring 3 runs and stealing 3 bases. Senior Christine Biechy tied a school record by hitting her fifth triple of the season. As a team, Muhlenberg batted just under .500, going 14-for-30. The nightcap remained scoreless until the bottom of the fourth, when Washington drew first blood. The Mules tied it in their next at-bat, and Biechy hit a sacrifice fly in the seventh to drive in classmate Melissa Nardi for the winning run. Click here for box scores.
BASEBALL Delaware Valley 10, Muhlenberg 3. The Mules closed out their season with a non-conference loss. Sophomore Joshua Carter had three hits, stole three bases and scored all three runs. Click here for box score.
Tuesday, May 2
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Last updated May 7, 2000