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Mustangs to host first weekend of ECACs

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Despite falling in the MAC Commonwealth semifinals, the Stevenson women’s soccer team will make it’s eight postseason appearance in the past nine season after being chosen to the 2016 ECAC Division III women’s soccer championship.

Helping Stevenson earn selection to the ECAC tournament were a strong RPI from finishing third in the MACC and a victory over Arcadia when they were ranked No. 6 in the nation. Stevenson finished the regular season 8-7-2 and will host third-seeded Chatham at 2 pm on Saturday, November 12 as the second overall seed in their region. Mustangs Stadium will also host top-seeded Grove City and fourth-seeded Frostbug Stte. The winners of the two games will meed in the quarterfinals on Sunday, November 13 at noon.

Stevenson is making their sixth appearance in the ECAC Championship in the past nine seasons and first since 2013. They advanced to the championship games twice and won the ECAC title in 2012.

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