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Pride topple Mustangs, 90-64

Cameron hayes was only one-point shy of matching his career-high with 22 points against, but even his effort wasn’t enough to beat the hot-shooting Widener Pride.

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Tarbert scores 2,000th point in win over Widener

Sara Tarbert reached the 2,000 career point milestone in a 27-point, 11-rebound effort to lead Stevenson to a 65-54 victory over Widener.

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Stevenson puts up a fight, but falls to Messiah

Stevenson’s men’s basketball team stayed close the entire game but the Falcons were able to respond to everything they did to earn the 72-68 win.

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Mustangs stifled by strong Messiah defense

Stevenson was held to only 39 points in a loss to the No. 22 Messiah Falcons on Wednesday, dropping their second-straight game.

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Mustangs outlast Dutchmen in thriller

There were 21 lead changes and 16 ties, but Michael Byrd’s go-ahead 3-pointer with 51 seconds left helped secure Stevenson’s 74-71 upset victory.

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Mustangs pull away in 2nd half to beat Leb Val

Sara Tarbert had another huge performance with 39 points and 13 rebounds as the Stevenson WBB team beat Lebanon Valley, 84-63, their seventh win in a row.

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Mustangs roll over Hood, 73-49

Sara Tarbert added to her nation-leading double-double total with her 17th of the season against Hood with a 33 point and 16 rebound performance.

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Stevenson falls to Hood, 95-58

Even with the momentum of back-to-back wins, the Stevenson men’s basketball team couldn’t hand with one of the powers of the MACC as they fall to Hood, 95-68.

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Mustangs force 28 turnovers in win over Stockton

Stevenson’s defense shut Stockton down on Monday night, forcing 28 turnovers and holding them to just 38.9-percent shooting from the floor.

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Mustangs snap skid, top Lycoming 69-61

The Stevenson women’s basketball team’s winter-break skid ended on Saturday as they battled conference foe Lycoming for a 69-61 victory.

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