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Tennis Teams Swept

The Muhlenberg men’s golf team got a taste of a higher level of competition when it finished second at the Lafayette Invitational. The only Division III team in the field, the Mules placed ahead of two Division I squads (St. Peter’s and St. Francis).

Junior Garrett Carpenter led the Mules with an 81. The tournament was scheduled for 36 holes, but Sunday’s round was cancelled due to approaching weather.

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Muhlenberg dropped its Centennial Conference matchup against No. 14 Swarthmore, 6-3.

All three of the Mules’ team points came in singles, as senior Pam Kimmelman (No. 2), sophomore Carly Rotfeld (No. 3) and sophomore Maddy Goldfarb (No. 6) each won their respective matches.

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The Mules were swept by Washington, ranked No. 11 in the Atlantic South region, and are still looking for their first win against the squad.

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Lex Mercado The Muhlenberg track and field teams produced two school records and eight ECAC qualifiers at the Bucknell Outdoor Classic, a large two-day meet that included teams from as far away as Detroit.

The relay team of seniors Lex Mercado and Stephen Rothwell, sophomore Stuart Udis and freshman Patrick Thornton set a school record of 7:54.37 while finishing second in the 4x800. The foursome was also responsible for the Mules’ highest finish of the meet.

Mercado (left) and Rothwell were also part of the team that held the previous mark of 7:57.93, set three years ago.

Freshman Alex Faust broke the school record in the 200 meters by one one-hundredth of a second. She qualified for ECACs in that event as well as the 4x100 relay.

Senior Tim Seeley ran a personal-best 15:17.07 and moved up to second place on the program’s all-time performance list in the 5,000 meters. Sophomore Janette Adams and junior Sara Gearin joined him as 5K ECAC qualifiers.

Senior Matthew Sallese qualified for the ECAC Championships in the shot put, missing his outdoor personal best by an inch.

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Last updated April 14, 2007