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Mustangs rout Albright 18-8 on Senior Night

Sean Ohlhaver was one of five seniors to score for Stevenson on Senior Night.

Sophomore attackman JT Thalen scored five goals and had three assists as the No. 14 Stevenson Mustangs men’s lacrosse team rolled to a 18-8 victory over the visiting Albright Lions on Senior Night.

The Mustangs won their seventh straight game and improved to 39-0 all-time against MAC Commonwealth opponents since joining the league in 2013.

While Thelen led the way, five senors scored in the game. Tyler Fuhrman, Kyle D’Onofrio and Wade Korvin all posted hat tricks while classmates Morgan Pritchett and Sean Ohlhaver each scored once. Senior Ross Dinan improved to 10-3 in goal with four saves in the game. Senior Nathaniel Lequang went 4-for-5 as the team’s second faceoff guy. Justin Burnette dominated at the X, going 22-for-24 in the game.

Thelen scored three of his goals in the first quarter as Stevenson jumped out to a 4-0 lead. Albright didn’t score until two minutes were off the clock in the second quarter, but Nick Tonno’s goal was answered by Korvin’s second score of the contest.

Cam Cetrone followed that for Albright’s second goal, but Kyle Karsian, D’Onofrio and Korvin rattled off three scored in a row to push the Mustangs ahead 8-2 with 4:50 left before halftime.

Albright scored the final goal of the first half and first goal of the second half to get back within four scores, and ended up matching Stevenson’s four scores in the third period, but Stevenson would not allow them to cut into the lead at all.

Instead, Stevenson outscored the Lions 6-1 to pull things completely away in the fourth quarter.

Stevenson outshot Albright 54-26 and beat them on ground balls 60-31. Between Burnette and Lequang, the Mustangs beat Albright on faceoffs 26-3. Defensively, Stevenson caused 10 of Albright’s 26 turnovers and held them to just 15-for-30 in clearing attempts.

Stevenson will finish their regular season with three road games, their next two outside conference play. They will travel to No. 11 Cabrini on Friday.

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