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women’s soccer saves best for last
on road swing

The members of the Muhlenberg women's soccer team can return home as winners.

The Mules finished their unusual season-opening six-game road trip by scoring three second-half
Natalie Wizel
Sophomore Natalie Wizel assisted on Miller's first goal.
goals to defeat McDaniel, 3-0, for their first victory of the season. Muhlenberg (1-3-2) will play its first home game, ironically, at Homecoming, next Saturday.

"We were waiting for a win," said junior Nicolette Miller, who scored the
Volleyball Swept by Green Terror

Like the women's soccer team, the Muhlenberg volleyball team traveled to McDaniel looking to open Centennial Conference play on the right foot after a slow start, but the Mules were swept in three sets. Junior Jackie Price led the Mule attack with 10 kills.
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last two goals of the game. "It was our first conference game, so it was like a new season. We wanted to disregard the first five games and just forget what happened before."

It took a little while for Muhlenberg's fortunes to change. Against a team they hadn't lost to since 2003, the Mules only had a 6-4 advantage in shots in the first half, which ended without a score. It didn't help that Miller left the game with a broken finger in the fourth minute.

"It started off a little slow in the first half," she said. "In the second half it came together - we found feet and were able to get good scoring opportunities."

Muhlenberg outshot the Green Terror, 20-5, in the second 45 minutes and put the first goal on the board when freshman CJ Graetzer headed in a cross from sophomore Alyssa Meola 7:44 into the half.

Miller and her wrapped finger took care of putting the game out of reach, scoring twice in a span of less than four minutes for her fourth career multiple-goal game.

Junior Michele Toher recorded six saves for her 10th career shutout.
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