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Friday, April 24, 2009 - page 3

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  Madeleine Goldfarb

women’s tennis bounces back

Playing the middle of three matches in three days, the Muhlenberg women’s tennis team rebounded from its loss to Washington by beating Bryn Mawr, 7-2.

The Mules swept the doubles and took four of the six singles matches. Following a tough 9-7 doubles win, senior Carly Rotfeld extended her singles winning streak to eight with a much easier 6-0, 6-0 shutout at No. 3. She has won at least one set at love in her last three matches.

Senior Madeleine Goldfarb (left) and sophomores Sara Sutker and Lindsay Schmidt also picked up a pair of wins apiece.

Muhlenberg enters the last day of the regular season in a three-way tie for second place in the Centennial Conference.
Click here for box score.

Men’s Golf Starts Fourth: The Muhlenberg men’s golf team was fourth after the first of three rounds at the Centennial Conference Championships, six strokes behind co-leaders Dickinson and Franklin & Marshall. Sopohomore Zachary Oyer shot a 77, one stroke off the lead.
Click here for complete results.

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