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Allentown, Pa.
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Senior Teresa Lunardi and freshman Diana Bleakley of the Muhlenberg lacrosse team have been named to the All-Centennial Conference second team.

Lunardi led the Mules in scoring with 46 points on 38 goals and eight assists. She had nine hat tricks, with a high of five goals in a season-ending 17-16 overtime win at Dickinson, and was second on the team with 33 draw controls. Lunardi, who also was a second-team All-CC selection in 2000, finished her career as the program’s sixth-leading scorer with 110 points.

Bleakley, the first Muhlenberg goalie to earn all-conference honors in the 19-year history of the program, was second in the CC with a save percentage of .565 and set a school record with 252 saves. A two-time ECAC Southern goalkeeper of the week, she had three games of 20 or more saves, including a school-record-tying 28 against CC champion Gettysburg.

The Mules finished the season with a 4-11 record against a difficult schedule that included five nationally ranked teams.


Senior Angela Tyson of the Muhlenberg softball team has been voted to the 2002 Verizon Academic All-District II Softball College Division Team.

Tyson was selected by the sports information directors in the district and will now move Angela Tyson onto the national ballot for Academic All-America honors.

The District II College Division consists of all non-NCAA Division I colleges and universities in New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Maryland, Delaware, West Virginia and the District of Columbia. To be nominated for the Verizon Academic All-America program, a student-athlete must be at least a sophomore with a 3.2 or higher cumulative grade-point average and be a starter or significant reserve.

A double major in Spanish and international studies with a 3.792 GPA, Tyson made the district academic team all three years she was eligible. She was a four-time All-Centennial Conference selection, earning second-team honors in 2002 after going 9-7 with a 1.44 ERA and hitting .259 with 10 RBI.

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Last updated May 9, 2002