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When I visited here as a perspective I asked about this, don't worry, I walked almost the whole campus without seeing any sports fields or anything, the students said they had never seen any sports or any intrest in them on campus, very focused on the arts not on sports.
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Written by Sarah Weber
Muhlenberg’s sports teams, despite their many accomplishments, do not get the attention they often deserve. Although students are usually pretty good at supporting their peers at some games, it is unlikely to find a big crowd at most. Students who are on a sports team are there for their own amusement or to keep in shape. And the spectators who come on a regular basis are usually friends, some family, and student writers for the Muhlenberg Weekly. But this does not mean that “the Mules” are inactive or unsuccessful. They get to compete regularly in the Centennial Conference along with Bryn Mawr, Dickinson, Franklin & Marshall, Gettysburg, Haverford, Johns Hopkins, Swarthmore, Ursinus, Washington and Lee, and McDaniel. Also, they are members of the National Collegiate Athletic Division III and Eastern College Athletic Conference.
Although sports do not receive the greatest amount of recognition, the students involved with them really enjoy them. Muhlenberg’s athletes do not join a team expecting to always play in front of a lot of spectators. They play for their own personal enjoyment and they love being a part of a team. However, students are not completely unaware of the campus’s sports community. The Muhlenberg Weekly always has a few articles that summarize the various accomplishments of most teams.
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