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• Women’s Basketball: Johns Hopkins 61, Muhlenberg 42. The Mules (13-7, 9-1) shot just 24.6 percent and had their 16-game Centennial Conference winning streak brought to an end by Johns Hopkins (15-5, 9-1). The loss, combined with Swarthmore’s 70-63 win against Franklin & Marshall, cut Muhlenberg’s lead in the CC East to one game.

Sophomore Gwen Doyle tallied nine points while junior Susan Marchiano recorded eight points and five boards. Senior Randi Baran recorded a career high in rebounds with eight. Click here for box score.

• Men’s Basketball: Johns Hopkins 84, Muhlenberg 65. The Mules (7-13, 1-8) dropped their third straight game, to a Johns Hopkins (15-5, 6-3) team that shot 57.1 percent and made seven of 11 three-point attempts in the first half.

Sophomore Ryan Bonda led the team with 15 points. Senior guard Toomey Anderson tallied 12 points and eight rebounds (one away from tying season high). Freshman Mike Goin recorded a season high in steals with three and added five points. Click here for box score.

• Wrestling: York 46, Muhlenberg 6; Lycoming 45, Muhlenberg 6; Hunter 31, Muhlenberg 10. The Mules (10-9) fell to all three competitors, two of which are ranked in the top 20, in a quad match at Hunter.

Freshman 149-pounder Dale Mills won on two decisions, tying the school record for most wins as a freshman (28). Senior 157-pounder Joe Salerno went 2-0, and senior 141-pounder Nate Yeasted was 2-1 with a major decision. Click here for box scores.

The Muhlenberg track and field teams broke four school records and tied one other at their fourth meet of the season, Ursinus’ Grizzly Invitational.

Senior Will Elson won the 800 meters in a time of 1:55.73, tying the school record he set in 2001. Elson’s time qualified for the ECAC Championships.

Freshman Alex Hotz broke a school record in the 3,000 meters with a time
Josh Cohen
Cohen ran on two record-setting relay teams and finished fifth in the 400 meters, missing his own school record by 0.31 seconds.
of 8:53.02 and also qualified for the ECAC Championships. He finished second to a runner from the University of Pennsylvania.

The men’s 4x400-meter relay team broke a school record, finishing first with a time of 3:27.51, while the men’s 4x200 relay team also set a school record (1:34.40). Juniors Ben Phillips and Josh Cohen and freshman Drew Nishiyama ran on both teams.

The fourth runner on the 4x200 team, sophomore John Brodowski, also had a good day individually, winning the high jump and placing third in the 55-meter hurdles.

Junior Joshua Boyer placed in all three jumps, coming in second in the long and triple and fourth in the high.

The women’s team had one school record and one ECAC qualifier. Junior Diana Garretto placed fifth in the 800-meter run, breaking her second school record of the season with a time of 2:25.40. Sophomore Ashlie Hankee placed second in the 55-meter hurdles (8.91), qualifying for the ECAC Championships.

Freshman Danielle Seiler won the 400 meters, missing the school record by less than a half-second, and sophomore Emily Yedowitz placed second in the triple jump.

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Last updated February 8, 2003