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Mustangs to play RMC in NCAA rematch


Winners of 17-straight matches and their fifth-straight MAC Commonwealth championship, the Stevenson Mustangs volleyball team is red hot heading into the 2016 Division III NCAA Volleyball Tournament. And for the second-straight season, the Mustangs will play Randolph-Macon in the first round, which is to be played at the campus of Mary Washington in Fredericksburg, Virginia.

Stevenson lost to the Yellow Jackets last season before Randolph-Macon went on to capture the regional title and made the national quarterfinals. The winner of the match between Stevenson and Randolph-Macon on Friday at 5:30 will face the winner of the Mary Washington vs. Cabrini match. The other half of the regional bracket includes Christopher Newport vs. Johns Hopkins, both of which the Mustangs placed this year, and Juniata vs. Meredith.

Stevenson owns the nation’s third-longest winning streak and have the experience of already playing seven of the participants of this year’s NCAA Tournament. Along with Christopher Newport and Johns Hopkins, the Mustangs also played UMass Boston, Carnegie Mellon, Ithaca, Ohio Northern and Eastern. Wins against Eastern and Johns Hopkins are a part of Stevenson’s current winning streak.

Stevenson is playing in their sixth-straight NCAA Tournament.

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