Muhlenberg College

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Thursday, April 4, 2002
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LACROSSE WINS SECOND STRAIGHT
SOFTBALL SWEEPS HAVERFORD

The Muhlenberg softball team extended its winning streak to four games with a Centennial Conference sweep at Haverford. The Mules (12-8, 4-2) won the first game, 6-1, and captured the nightcap, 9-1.

Sophomore Nicole Sarno went 4-for-5 and scored three runs to lead the Muhlenberg offense in the first game. It was the second four-hit game of her career. Sarno came around on a three-run double by junior Kelly Berg in the top of the second that gave the Mules a commanding 4-0 lead.

Freshman Kadie Serfass drove in three runs in the nightcap, two with her first career hit, a two-run single in the fourth to break a scoreless tie. Junior Meghan Woods hit an RBI triple to cap a six-run sixth inning.

Sophomore Kate Dischino had a career-high three hits in the second game.

Sophomore Danielle DeLucia and senior Angela Tyson earned the wins, Tyson tossing a four-hitter. The Mule pitching staff has allowed one run in each of the last five games.

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Mules Earn First Centennial Conference Win
Junior Sarah Bowman scored a career-high five goals and classmate Lynsey Caldwell scored her 100th career point as the Muhlenberg lacrosse team
Lynsey Caldwell
Caldwell is the sixth player in team history to reach the century mark in points.
breezed past Bryn Mawr, 16-6, for its second straight win.

The 16 goals were a season high for the Mules (3-5, 1-3), who scored 13 in Tuesday’s 13-8 win at Cedar Crest. Muhlenberg’s three wins this season matches its total from each of the last two years.

“We are finally coming together and showing our potential,” said Caldwell. “We have been working hard on all parts of our game, especially attacking.”

The Mules went on the attack in the first half, taking 22 shots and scoring 10 goals. They trailed by a 2-1 count two minutes into the game, then scored the next seven goals to take command.

On the final play of the first half, Caldwell converted a free position opportunity for her 100th career point. “It’s a good feeling to be able to accomplish something like that,” said Caldwell, who became the program’s all-time assists leader against Cedar Crest and added three more in the Bryn Mawr game. “It’s a reflection on my teammates.”

Bowman scored four of Muhlenberg’s six second-half goals, including the last three. Senior Teresa Lunardi and freshman Christa Carlstrand both recorded hat tricks for the second straight game.

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Last updated April 4, 2002