Muhlenberg College

Allentown, Pa.
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Monday, May 6, 2002
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A weekly look at what’s going on in the Centennial Conference:

Softball

CC champ Western Maryland will travel to Cabrini for the NCAA Tournament. The Green Terror is seeded fifth in a regional that also includes (in order of seed) Cabrini, Moravian, Rowan and Salisbury. The NCAA Tournament begins on Friday with 43 teams playing at eight regional sites.

Baseball

The selection date for the NCAA Tournament is Sunday, May 12. Johns Hopkins will represent the CC in the NCAAs. ECAC bids will be announced on Tuesday.

Women’s Lacrosse

Gettysburg is one of four regional sites for the NCAA Tournament this weekend. The Bullets will face Cortland State on Saturday. In the other regional semifinal, New Jersey plays against Susquehanna. The winners meet on Sunday for the right to advance to the national semifinals.

SIX SOFTBALL PLAYERS NAMED TO ALL-CC TEAM

Muhlenberg placed six members on the All-Centennial Conference softball team, which was released today.

Five Mules made the second team, including senior pitcher/outfielder Angela Tyson, who earned All-CC honors for the fourth time in her career. Tyson, selected as a utility player, was 9-7 with a 1.44 ERA and hit .259 with 10 RBI. She finished her career second in team history in ERA (2.14) and third in wins (40).

Muhlenberg’s other pitcher, sophomore Danielle DeLucia, also was chosen to the second team after going 11-7 with a 1.28 ERA and holding opponents to a .214 batting average. It was the second time on the All-CC team for DeLucia, who was 6-2 with a 0.69 ERA in CC games.

Also repeating were junior outfielder Kelly Berg and sophomore third base Jaclyn Maser. Berg landed on the second team for the third straight year after hitting .265 with 13 RBI and a team-leading seven stolen bases. Maser, a second-team pick for the second year in a row, batted .357 with three triples in CC games and .310 overall.

Sophomore Nicole Sarno moved up from honorable mention in 2001 to second team after leading Muhlenberg in hitting with a .346 average, including a .441 mark in CC games.

Senior Elizabeth Kostelnick earned honorable mention. She hit .294 in CC play and finished her career fifth on the Mules’ all-time hits list with 130.

Muhlenberg was 21-15 in 2002 and tied for second place in the CC.


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Last updated May 6, 2002