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Tuesday, March 21, 2006
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BASEBALL DOUBLES UP MORAVIAN

Junior Jason Bonder pitched seven innings and struck out 10 to earn
Pete
Oris
Oris finished 3-for-5, raising his season average to .529. He has 20 RBI in 12 games this year.
his first win of the season as the Muhlenberg baseball team defeated Moravian for the fourth year in a row.

The 14-7 victory clinched a share of the 2005-06 Matte Award for Muhlenberg. The Mules have a 9-4 lead over their Lehigh Valley rivals with five events remaining, including men’s lacrosse at Muhlenberg tomorrow.

After junior Pete Oris gave the Mules (5-7) an early lead with a three-run homer in the bottom of the first, the Greyhounds (2-11) scored four times in the top of the second. Bonder settled down from there, striking out four of the next six batters and allowing only four hits the rest of the way.

“The second inning was a little rough,” said Bonder. “Maybe it was coming out into the cold weather. After that, I settled down and got used to getting loose every inning, and I felt pretty good. I was hitting
WOMEN’S GOLF OPENS

The Muhlenberg women’s golf team opened its spring season by sending three golfers to the Kutztown Invitational. Junior Kristen Amore shot a 92 to finish 11th. The Mules were the only Division III squad at the tournament.

spots, and we got to work off the plate a little more once we got two strikes. Luckily we got a couple guys to chase.”

Muhlenberg reclaimed the lead in the third on an RBI double by freshman Edward Risener and an RBI ground ball by senior Chad Hegstrom. The Mules then put the game away with four in the sixth and five in the seventh.

Oris singled in a run in the sixth and was one of two Mules to come home on a double by junior Ryan Sassaman. Freshman John Kalis’ two-run triple was the big hit in the seventh.

Sassaman had two hits and drove in three runs, while sophomore Daniel Asip had his first career three-hit game.

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Last updated March 21, 2006