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BASEBALL SPLITS; MEN’S TENNIS WINS

• Baseball: Muhlenberg 6, Gettysburg 2; Gettysburg 10, Muhlenberg 6. Freshman Aaron Regensburg pitched a complete-game four-hitter for his team-leading fourth win of the season as Muhlenberg (11-10, 2-2) split a Centennial Conference doubleheader at Gettysburg (8-8, 3-1).

Regensburg struck out three and walked one in the first game. Both runs he allowed were unearned as his ERA fell to 1.85.

The Mules broke open a 2-1 game by scoring three runs in the top of the sixth. Junior Steve Rohn drove in one run on a two-out triple to right-center and scored on a single by junior Justin Graf.

Senior Benjamin Leisawitz went 3-for-4 in the first game.

Muhlenberg took advantage of two Bullet errors to score four runs in the second inning of the nightcap and take a 4-2 lead. Graf’s two-run double was the big hit of the inning. Gettysburg scored five runs in the fourth, however, to regain the lead for good.

Graf, Rohn and senior Joshua Carter all had two hits in each game.

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• Men’s Tennis: Muhlenberg 6, Dickinson 1. The top four players in the Muhlenberg lineup – juniors Brad Scheller, Cameron Parke and Matt Fleissig and freshman Jeff Kraft – all won at both singles and doubles as the Mules (4-0, 1-0) remained undefeated with a win in their CC opener. Click here for box score.

MUHLENBERG HOSTS LEHIGH VALLEY TRACK CHAMPIONSHIPS

With Mother Nature providing her complete cooperation, Muhlenberg hosted the first Lehigh Valley Track & Field Championships at Scotty Wood Stadium.

The Mule men captured third place in the six-team meet, finishing behind
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Uniszkiewicz (left) and Gallagher led the field for the entire 5,000-meter race.
co-champions East Stroudsburg and Kutztown and defeating Division III rivals DeSales and Moravian. The women ended up in fourth place.

Senior Katie Garrett made the NCAA provisional standard in the 3,000-meter steeplchase, finishing third in a school-record time of 11:52.44. This is the first year the steeplechase in an NCAA championship event for women.

As she did during the indoor season, freshman Meghan Douglas-Snyder shattered the school record in the pole vault, clearing the bar at 9 feet, 6 inches.

Freshman Ashlie Hankee finished third in the 100-meter high hurdles with an ECAC-qualifying time of 17.22.

Sophomore Rob Uniszkiewicz and junior Brendan Gallagher scored a 1-2 finish for the Muhlenberg men’s team in the 5,000 meters. Uniszkiewicz pulled away at the end to win by 55 one-hundredths of a second.

Also finishing in second place were sophomore Josh Cohen in the 400 and sophomore Richard Kipp in the 800. Junior Jason App was third in the pole vault.

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Last updated March 30, 2002