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Season review
The Mules got off to their best start in 58 years and qualified for the Centennial Conference playoffs in a season marked by individual records and milestones.

June 13: No triskaidekaphobia for these Mules
In honor of Friday the 13th, a look at why some Muhlenberg athletes, including men's basketball player Jesse Lerner, proudly wear number 13.

June 3: Mules reflect on "Special" day
Two Muhlenberg basketball players wrote about their experience hosting a group of Special Olympians.

MuleVideo MuleVideo: Special Olympics practice
Service Electric TV2 and WFMZ Channel 69 report on a Special Olympics practice run by the Mule basketball teams.

March 17: Killing named all-region
Junior Malique Killing was named to the All-Mid-Atlantic Region second team by

Austin Curry March 14: Two named to Academic Honor Roll
Two men's basketball players, including senior Austin Curry (left), were among the 24 Muhlenberg athletes named to the Centennial Conference Academic Honor Roll for the winter season.

March 5: Three Mules named to All-CC team
Senior Kevin Hargrove, junior Malique Killing and sophomore Alec Stavetski were named to the All-Centennial Conference squad. It's the second time in program history that the Mules have had three all-conference honorees.

James Albano February 26: Playoff comeback falls just short
Muhlenberg cut a 20-point deficit to one before losing at McDaniel, 57-52, in the first round of the Centennial Conference playoffs. Senior James Albano (right) scored seven points in the final game of his career.

February 25: Centennial Conference playoff preview
The Mules begin their Centennial Conference playoff journey with a matchup of contrasting styles.

Brandon Bovino February 22: Mules win Senior Day thriller
Muhlenberg closed out the regular season with a 67-65 home win against Ursinus. One of five seniors honored prior to the game, Brandon Bovino (left) recorded 10 points and 8 rebounds and hit a pair of clutch free throws in the final minute.

February 20: Hargrove named to team of the year
Senior Kevin Hargrove was selected to the Lehigh Valley Small College Basketball team of the year.

Brandon LaRose February 19: Muhlenberg in playoffs depsite loss
Despite falling 92-86 to first-place Dickinson, Muhlenberg clinched a Centennial Conference playoff berth. Senior Austin Curry became the program's all-time three-pointers leader, and freshman Brandon LaRose (right) scored a career-high 14 points.

February 15: Mules fall at F&M
Muhlenberg scored a season low in points and dropped a 66-46 decision at Franklin & Marshall.

Kevin Hargrove February 12: Muhlenberg grinds out important win
Muhlenberg moved into a three-way tied for third place in the Centennial Conference with a 63-54 home win against Swarthmore. Senior Kevin Hargrove (left) scored 12 of his 14 points in the second half.

Jon Schreer February 8: Mules close in on playoffs
Freshman Jon Schreer (left) scored a career-high 18 points in his first career start as Muhlenberg moved closer to a Centennial Conference playoff berth with a 73-68 win at Gettysburg.

February 5: Comeback falls short at Haverford
Muhlenberg cut a 17-point deficit to two but ultimately fell at Haverford, 81-71.

MuleVideo MuleVideo: Top 10 vs. McDaniel
a countdown of the top 10 plays from the win against McDaniel

February 3: Killing repeats as player of the week
For the second week in a row, junior Malique Killing was named Centennial Conference player of the week.

February 1: Another first-place team defeated
Muhlenberg allowed only 21 second-half points in defeating McDaniel, 68-54, for its second win against a first-place team in five days.

MulePix MulePix: Dickinson game
photos by Muhlenberg Sports Information

Malique Killing January 28: Mules knock off first-place Dickinson
In a game that featured 12 lead changes in the last 10 minutes, the Mules knocked off defending Centennial Conference champion Dickinson, 75-72. Junior Malique Killing (left) scored 35 points, becoming the first player in program history to record three straight 30-point games.

January 27: Killing named player of the week
Junior Malique Killing was named Centennial Conference player of the week for the second time this season.

January 25: Mules defeated at Hopkins
Despite 33 points from Malique Killing, Muhlenberg lost at Johns Hopkins, 81-70.

Nick Melosky January 23: Melosky honored as scholar-athlete
Sophomore Nick Melosky (right) was named to the Lehigh Valley Small College Basketball Scholar-Athlete Team.

January 22: Killing pours in 38
Junior Malique Killing tied a career high with 38 points to lead the Mules to an 82-66 win at Ursinus.

John Hunter January 18: Muhlenberg knocks off Washington
Muhlenberg went ahead for good late in the first half and went on to defeat Washington, 76-62, avenging an overtime loss earlier in the season. Freshman John Hunter (left) gave the Mules a big lift in the first half with six points and nine rebounds.

January 14: Mules fall to Diplomats
Muhlenberg lost to Franklin & Marshall, 76-64, in a rematch of last year's Centennial Conference semifinal.

January 11: Muhlenberg snaps losing streak
Senior Kevin Hargrove had 18 points and 13 rebounds as Muhlenberg snapped its three-game skid with a 77-69 win against Gettysburg.

MulePix MulePix: Jefferson Elementary School visit
photos by Muhlenberg Sports Information

January 9: Mules visit elementary school
Both Muhlenberg basketball teams made friends with youngsters at Jefferson Elementary School in downtown Allentown.

January 8: McDaniel comes back to beat Mules
The Mules could not hold an early 15-point lead and lost at McDaniel, 57-50.

January 6: Curry scores 1,000th in loss
Senior Austin Curry scored a team-high 18 points, including the 1,000th of his career, but the Mules lost to King's, 96-82, in their first game of 2014.

MulePix MulePix: Scranton game
photos by Muhlenberg Sports Information

December 17: Mules come up a little short in championship game
Muhlenberg lost a close contest to host Scranton, 79-73, in the championship game of the PNC Royal Rumble.

December 16: Muhlenberg reaches tournament final
Junior Malique Killing scored 28 points to lead the Mules to a 66-57 win against Washington and Lee in the first round of Scranton's PNC Royal Rumble.

MuleVideo MuleVideo: DeSales game
Service Electric TV2 recaps the 83-64 win

MuhlBox: Sooooo Delightful
more on the win at DeSales

December 14: Mules 7-1 after big win at DeSales
Senior Austin Curry scored 24 points to lead the Mules to an 83-64 win at DeSales and their first 7-1 start in 29 years.

MuleVideo MuleVideo: Johns Hopkins game
Service Electric TV2 recaps the 91-75 win

December 9: Killing named player of the week
Junior Malique Killing was named co-player of the week by the Centennial Conference.

Alec Stavetski December 7: Muhlenberg outscores Johns Hopkins
Muhlenberg defeated Johns Hopkins, 91-75, in its last game before final exams. Sophomore Alec Stavetski (left) scored 14 of his 18 points in the second half.

  • Upcoming Games

    Saturday, November 15
    vs. Albright at Arcadia, 6:00

    Sunday, November 16
    vs. Arcadia at Ursinus, 1:00