Muhlenberg enjoyed the best season in the six-year history of the program
in 2005, winning its first regular-season invitational and shattering the
school scoring record.
Junior Keiko Yoshida showed tremendous improvement,
knocking more than 10 strokes off her average in 2005. She shot a
career-best 100 at Ursinus.
The Mules played seven rounds and shot 423 or better in five of them.
Prior to the 2005 season, the team had never completed a round with fewer
than 424 strokes. Their score of 829 at the Centennial Conference
Championships, at which they finished third, topped their previous best by
Muhlenberg began the season by winning the Dickinson Invitational by 28
strokes over the host school. The Mules also were second at the Ursinus
Sophomore Kristen Amore set a school record by averaging 96.7
strokes. She tied for fourth at the Dickinson Invitational and just missed
earning All-CC honors with a sixth-place finish at the CC Championships.
Senior Kristen Bruschi notched a pair of second-place finishes,
tying sophomore Laura Fazio with an 89 at Dickinson and firing a
career-best 87 at Ursinus. Bruschi had a career-best 98.0 stroke average
in her final season.
Freshman Dana Bielecki made a splash with her long hitting and was
third on the team in stroke average. At the CC Championships, she placed