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Mustangs rout Alvernia, 20-5

Senior Tori Bruno scored four goals in her final regular season home game.

The hot run is continuing for the Stevenson women’s lacrosse team. On Thursday the Mustangs blew out their fourth straight MAC Commonwealth opponent as they rolled over the visiting Alvernia Crusaders in their final regular season come game of the year.

Mackenzie Reese led the charge with six points on three goals and three assists while Tori Bruno scored a team-high four goals. Carly Bowes also had four points on two goals and two assists. Ten different Mustangs scored in the game and another registered a point.

Stevenson outshot the Crusaders 34-23 and had a strong draw control effort, winning 18 of the 25 in the game.

Stevenson scored the first six goals of the game before Alyson Keene finally got Alvernia on the board with 10:48 left in the first half. But that score did not slow the Mustangs down. They ended up with a 10-3 lead at the break.

And out of the break, the Mustangs scored seven goals in a row to put things completely away with a 17-3 lead with only 7:10 left. The Mustangs forced a running clock when Reese scored her third goal of the game with 18:59 left.

Alvernia was able to score twice in the second half but two goals in the final minute for Stevenson secured the 15-goal victory.

The Mustangs are 4-2 in MACC play now and will finish their regular season with games at Albright and Lycoming before playing a non-conference game against Denison in Bethel, Pa. The MACC playoffs will begin on May 1.

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