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The Muhlenberg baseball team made it safely to Florida on Friday, but its equipment did not. The luggage mix-up resulted in the cancellation of Saturday’s game against Arcadia.
MEN’S LAX OPENS WITH LOPSIDED WIN
Track’s Santini Breaks Indoor Shot Put Record
Senior Erases Oldest Record in Book

Frank Santini is making a habit of outdoing himself.

A week after posting the best throw of his career at the
Frank Santini
Santini, whose record throw was more than two feet better than his personal mark before last week, will try to continue his rapid improvement in the outdoor season.
Centennial Conference Indoor Track and Field Championships, the senior broke the school indoor shot put record with a throw of 47 feet, 10½ inches at Ursinus.

Santini broke the oldest standing Muhlenberg indoor record, set by Scott Orens with a throw of 47 feet, nine inches in 1975.

Two other Mules recorded personal bests. Junior Katie Macomber placed third in the women’s 200 meters in 27.99, and freshman Lex Mercado ran the 800 in 1:55.90 to place third.

The women’s distance medley relay team also finished third, and freshman Jacquelyn Inverso placed second in the triple jump.

The Mules will open the outdoor track and field season March 20 at the DeSales Invitational.

Click here for Muhlenberg results.

The Muhlenberg men’s lacrosse team continued its dominance of opposition from outside the Centennial Conference with a season-opening 21-5 win against DeSales, its fifth straight non-conference win.

Led by sophomore James Robinson’s career-high five scores, Muhlenberg tied the school record for goals in a game, set
James Robinson
Robinson is already a third of the way to his 2003 goal total of 14, the team’s third-highest.
last year against SUNY Farmingdale.

Sophomore Dave Armstrong and freshman Cliff Burwell each recorded four goals and two assists to lead the Mules in points.

Robinson started the scoring 59 seconds in and the Mules added three more before the Bulldogs (0-1) got on the board. DeSales cut the ’Berg lead to 4-3 late in the first quarter, but the Mules rattled off the next 15 goals and held the Bulldogs scoreless until the fourth.

Nine different Mules scored points, including sophomore Galen Marsh, who had three goals and one assist, and freshman Sean Toohill, who added two goals and a helper.

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Last updated March 6, 2004