Muhlenberg College

Allentown, Pa.
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Sunday, April 22, 2007
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Sunny skies and temperatures around 80 made for the nicest Sunday of the spring season, but the scoreboard was not nice to the Muhlenberg teams in action:

SOFTBALL Moravian 6, Muhlenberg 2; Moravian 7, Muhlenberg 0. The Mules (8-20) managed only five baserunners in two games against the fifth-ranked Greyhounds and saw their losing streak extended to six. Junior Jennifer Rosenthal hit a two-run double in the first game to give Muhlenberg an early lead.
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BASEBALL Johns Hopkins 13, Muhlenberg 2; Johns Hopkins 14, Muhlenberg 3. A day after getting swept by Franklin & Marshall, 19th-ranked Johns Hopkins took out its frustrations on the Mules, pounding out 32 hits – including three home runs – in a doubleheader sweep. Sophomore Paul Lehrman hit a two-run double in the second game for Muhlenberg (8-21, 4-12).
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MEN’S GOLF eighth after first round at Glenmaura National Collegiate Invitational. In their final tuneup before the Centennial Conference Championships, the Mules were behind three of the other four CC teams in the tournament through 18 holes. Sophomore Bill Snow and freshman Biff Slocum each shot a 78.
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WOMEN’S TENNIS Salisbury 6, Muhlenberg 3. Senior Pam Kimmelman won both of her matches to reach the 90-win mark for her career, but the Mules (5-8) lost to a regionally ranked opponent for the third time in five days. Salisbury is ranked 15th in the Atlantic South region. The fourth player in team history with 90 wins, Kimmelman has a career record of 90-38. Sophomore Carly Rotfeld bounced back from her first loss of the season on Saturday to win in straight sets.
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MEN’S TENNIS Franklin & Marshall 7, Muhlenberg 2. Three three-set singles matches, all won by F&M, proved to be the difference as the Mules (4-7, 2-6) dropped their fifth straight. Senior Michael DiVita won at No. 5 to improve his singles record for the spring to 4-1.
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Last updated April 22, 2007