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Sunday, April 15, 2007
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To make it easier for family and friends who came to honor her on Senior Day, Pam Kimmelman, the only senior on the Muhlenberg women’s tennis team, played her No. 2 singles match on Court 1 at Deitrich Fieldhouse. Court 2, where she normally
Pam Kimmelman and Jenn Powell
Kimmelman (left) and Powell won 8-3 at first doubles to move into a tie for fourth place on the team’s all-time list with 13 career wins together in spring dual matches. The pair is 7-3 this spring, including a 6-2 mark in CC matches.
would have played, has no close seating for spectators.

Kimmelman wasn’t on the special court for very long. She won the first nine games in a 6-0, 6-2 victory that helped the Mules to a 5-4 win against Gettysburg in their last Centennial Conference home match of the season.

With the win, Muhlenberg (5-5, 5-3) remained in fifth place in the CC with two matches remaining, both on the road against teams ahead of them: Washington (6-3) and Franklin & Marshall (7-1). The top four teams qualify for the playoffs.

The 5-4 final was the sixth this year, and in all of them the Mules won at first doubles and first through third singles. The deciding match in the Muhlenberg wins was at No. 2 doubles, and sophomore Carly Rotfeld and freshman Danielle Weiss came through against the Bullets by taking the last five games to win, 8-4.

For the ninth time in 12 matches, sophomore Jenn Powell, Kimmelman and Rotfeld all won in straight sets at the top three singles spots. The trio is a combined 32-4 this year, with Rotfeld a perfect 12-0.

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Last updated April 15, 2007