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Saturday, April 28, 2007
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The Muhlenberg softball team ended its season with a doubleheader loss (5-3 and 2-0) to defending Centennial Conference champion Haverford.

With a final record of 9-23, the Mules snapped their remarkable streak of 22 consecutive years with double digits in wins – a College record for all sports.

In the opener, Muhlenberg took a 3-0 first-inning lead on an RBI single by senior Tina Roth and a two-run double by sophomore RiRi Ferrigno, but the Fords came back to tie the game and won it on a two-run walkoff homer in the bottom of the seventh.

Ferrigno recorded the lone Mule hit in the nightcap. Senior Nicole Washburn allowed six hits and struck out five in the last start of her career.

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The Muhlenberg women’s golf team is halfway to a Centennial Conference title.

The Mules shot a tournament-record 351 to take a 20-stroke lead over five-time defending champion McDaniel on the first day of the CC Championships. The previous low round was 354 by McDaniel in 2004.
Kristen Amore
Amore matched the 88 she shot at the Dickinson Fall Invitational.
Muhlenberg also shattered its team record (374), set at Kutztown last week.

Freshman Kimberly Snyder led the way with a four-over-par 76, one stroke off the tournament record and eight strokes ahead of the second-place golfer. Snyder finished with a flourish, chipping in from about 15 feet off the green on the 18th hole.

Senior Kristen Amore was near the leaders after tying her career low with a round of 88. Junior Dana Lynn Bielecki carded a 91, and sophomore Hayley Cush continued her improved play this spring, finishing with a career-low 96.

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The Muhlenberg men’s golf team slipped to third place, five strokes behind second-place McDaniel, on the second day of the Centennial Conference Championships. Franklin & Marshall leads by 13 strokes.

Sophomore Geoffrey Kelleman shot an even-par 72, matching the lowest round of the tournament, to move into a tie for second place with a 36-hole total of 152.

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Last updated April 28, 2007