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Freshman Kimberly Snyder led the Muhlenberg women’s golf team at the Golden Bear Invitational, hosted by Kutztown University, and finished in a tie for fourth out of 41 golfers, including first out of all Division III participants. She shot a 166 in two rounds and was just six strokes behind the leader from Division I St. Francis (Pa.).

Muhlenberg finished in fifth place out of six complete squads, and its team score of 766 set a school record for a 36-hole event. This was the Mules’ final tuneup for the Centennial Conference championship, also a 36-hole event.

Sophomore Hayley Cush shot a career-best 99 on day two, and senior Kristen Amore stayed consistent over the two days, carding a 93 and a 92 for a total of 185.

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In a match that essentially Centennial Conference playoff fates, Muhlenberg fell to Washington, ranked No. 12 in the Atlantic South region, 7-2. With the win, the Shorewomen are in the playoffs, and the Mules are out.

The Mules’ two team points came from sophomore Jenn Powell, who defeated the No. 31 singles player in the region at No. 1, and sophomore Maddy Goldfarb, who won in straight sets at No. 6 singles.

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Muhlenberg was shut out for its third straight match, this time at Gettysburg. The Mules were shorthanded and played with a revamped lineup.

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The Muhlenberg track and field teams competed at the Greyhound Invitational, hosted by Moravian College, and ran away with a school record, one NCAA provisional qualifier and 15 who qualified for the ECAC Championships. (corrected April 22)

In the women’s pole vault, freshman Alex Faust broke the school record
Joel Haddock
Junior Joel Haddock qualified for the ECAC Championships with his jump of 21-11½ in the long jump.
she set earlier this year with her jump of 11-1¾. The jump was good enough for a tie of second place, and it qualified her for ECACs.

Senior Sarah Mitchell earned an NCAA provisional bid with her throw of 138-5 in the women’s javelin. She finished first in the event.

With her throw of 36-7¾ in the shot put, freshman Debra Crockett landed herself on the Muhlenberg all-time performance list, finishing third in the event.

Senior Jacquelyn Inverso qualified for ECACs in three events, exactly hitting the standard for the triple jump.

On the men’s side, senior Lex Mercado and sophomore David Chorney earned the top finishes of the day. Mercado finished second in the 800-meters with a time of 1:53.95, while Chorney’s run of 4:02.75 in the 1,500-meters landed him in second, as well. Both qualified for the ECAC Championships in their respective events.

Freshman Brendan Kirk, who ran a 56.88 in the 400-meter hurdles, qualified for ECACs with his eighth-place finish. He also earned a place on Muhlenberg’s all-time performance list in that event and currently stands in fourth.

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Last updated April 21, 2007