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Schoenfeld Ties for First at Golf Tournament
Matthew Schoenfeld

Junior Matthew Schoenfeld (above) tied for first with a 76 to lead the Muhlenberg men’s golf team to a third-place finish at the Lebanon Valley Spring Tournament.

The third different Mule golfer to tie for first in a tournament this year, Schoenfeld finished with the same score as Bob Pyrz of Elizabethtown. The 76 was a career-low round, three strokes better than the 79 he shot last Thursday at Elizabethtown.

Only nine golfers broke 80 at soggy Lebanon Country Club.

Muhlenberg has finished in the top five at each of its last five tournaments, improving from fifth to fourth to third in its three spring outings.

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• Men’s Lacrosse: Dickinson 13, Muhlenberg 4. The Mules (5-5, 0-4) scored the first goal of the game, but Dickinson ran off 10 of the next 11 and sent Muhlenberg to its fourth straight loss.

Freshman Cliff Burwell scored two goals for the Mules.

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• Baseball: The game at Ursinus, rained out on Tuesday, suffered a similar fate on Wednesday.

The teams hope the third time is the charm when they try again on Thursday. The Mules are scheduled to play six games in four days.

Muhlenberg’s home game against Swarthmore, which was rained out on April 2, has been rescheduled for Wednesday, April 21, at 3:45.

The Muhlenberg women’s tennis team set a school record for shutouts in a season by blanking Gettysburg, 9-0.

The Mules (9-3, 7-0), who are in first place in the Centennial Conference with three matches to play, have six of their nine wins by shutout. That breaks the record of five set in 1986 and tied last year.

Muhlenberg posted shutouts in two of the nine matches against the Bullets (4-4, 3-4), at second doubles and second singles.

At No. 2 doubles, senior Mackenzie Parke and freshman Pam Kimmelman remained undefeated in CC play with their 8-0 whitewash. Kimmelman also won in convincing fashion in her singles match, taking a 6-1, 6-1 decision at No. 4, a spot higher than her normal one.

At No. 2 singles, sophomore Amy Schmidt notched her second consecutive 6-0, 6-0 victory, and the fifth of her career. She has now won 26 straight singles games and is 11-1 in singles play on the season, with seven of her wins coming by either 6-0, 6-0 or 6-1, 6-1 or 6-2, 6-0.

Senior Sarah Niebler, playing in her hometown, won at both doubles and singles to pass the 80-win mark. She has a career record of 81-32. Senior Megan Schreiber recorded her 70th career win with an 8-2 victory at No. 6 singles.

The Mules have outscored their seven CC opponents by a combined score of 55-8, and they have swept the doubles in seven of their 12 spring matches.

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Last updated April 14, 2004