Paced by Kristen Bruschis second-day 92 and two-day total of 197, the
Muhlenberg womens golf team placed third at the 2004 Centennial
Bruschi shot a 102 to lead the Mules on a windy day at
the Muhlenberg Spring Invitational.
Freshman Kristen Amore fired back-to-back rounds of 101, and with the help
of freshman Lindsay Scott and sophomore Keiko Yoshida, the Mules shot
877 over the two rounds.
Muhlenberg finished behind champion McDaniel and Gettysburg and ahead of
Franklin & Marshall and Dickinson.
The Mules kicked off the spring by braving high winds and cold
temperatures to shoot a 424, their best round ever, at their Muhlenberg
Spring Invitational. At F&Ms spring tournament, Amore shot a 94 to