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Mustangs to host ECAC first round game

The season is not over yet for the Stevenson Mustangs women’s basketball team. With a 17-9 record, the Mustangs have been selected to the 15-team ECAC Division III women’s basketball championship field. It is the team’s third appearance in the ECAC Championships in four years and marks the fourth-straight postseason for the Mustangs.

Stevenson is the top seed in Region 4 and will host Cabrini in a first round game on Wednesday night at 7 pm at Owings Mills Gymnasium. Should they win they will play the winner of a game between Rutgers University-Camden and Misericordia on Friday, March 3 at top overall seed Carnegie Mellon in the quarterfinals.

The ECAC semifinals and finals are on Saturday and Sunday, respectively.

Stevenson’s star forward Sara Tarbert, who now owns the Division III women’s basketball record with 27-consecutive double-doubles dating back to last season, was named the repeat MAC Commonwealth Player of the Year after averaging 23 points and 13.5 rebounds per game this year. She also averaged 2.8 steals, 2.5 assists and 1.7 blocks per game and shot 51.4-percent from the floor.

Stevenson’s defense has allowed only 57.8 points per game this season.

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