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Mustangs roll to another MACC blowout win

Wade Korvin scored eight goals in a rout of Arcadia.

Once again, the No. 11 Stevenson Mustangs men’s lacrosse team showed they are just a class above their MAC Commonwealth competition. On Saturday the Mustangs completely rolled over Arcadia in Glenside, Pennsylvania, 22-2. Stevenson scored the first 21 goals of the game, shut the Knights out for the first three quarters and had a dominant two-way game.

Stevenson outshot Arcadia 73-18, beat them on ground balls 42-27, and caused 16 of 33 Knights turnovers.

Senior Wade Korvin scored a career-high eight goals in the rout. It was the most goals scored by a Mustangs player since Mark Pannenton scored eight against Hood on March 23, 2013. It was also one shy of Steve Kazimer’s school record of nine goals scored on March 1, 2008.

Korvin was one of 10 different Mustangs to score in the game as they improved to 34-0 all-time in MACC play. Junior Brandon Watson had five points on three goals and two assists while JT Thelen, Tyler Fuhrman, and Colin Mason all had two goals in the game. Freshman Ethan Christensen had three assists in the game with one goal.

Korvin scored the first goal of the game just 55 seconds after the opening draw and then scored a second goal in a man-up situation just 31 seconds later. Stevenson put things away early by taking a 10-0 lead after the first quarter. They added six more goals to their total by halftime and another five to make it 21-0 after three quarters.

Arcadia finally got on the board with 12:54 left in the fourth quarter when Nick Ferraro scored a man-up goal. He then assisted Austin Williams just 42 seconds later. With their foot well off the gas and going with mostly going with backups in the fourth period, the Mustangs scored only once in the final period. That goal was Mason’s second of the game coming with 8:57 left. Mason scored his first two career goals in the game.

Stevenson used three different goalies in the game. Ross Dinan got the win after making two saves in the first half. TJ Ellis came in at halftime and made four saves. Tyler Steinberg played the final 12:54 and made three saves. Defenseman Dom DeFazio caused six turnovers in the game.

Stevenson will return home for their next game as they are set to host MACC foe Lycoming at 7 pm on Tuesday.

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