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Stevenson vs. Alvernia Championship Preview

Stevenson lost to Alvernia in last year’s championship game but gets a shot at redemption this season and look to have a huge advantage inside.

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Stevenson women slighted in b-ball awards

Despite Stevenson dominating the Commonwealth Conference Sara Tarbert wasn’t named Player of the Year and Jackie Boswell was not named Coach of the Year.

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Stevenson men and women set to host title games

Both Stevenson men’s and women’s basketball teams will host the Commonwealth Championship on Saturday with trips to the NCAA Tournament on the line.

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Colby Giacubeno: “What’s Next?”

Colby Giacubeno has been through a lot of hardships but the powerful words of his late hero have gotten him through even the most difficult moments.

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Rare five-point play leads to Stevenson loss

Gary Stewart has been a coach for 31 years and has never seen a call like the one that led to five points for Lycoming and his team’s 76-74 loss.

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Sara Tarbert: A dominant force at Stevenson

Former America East Rookie of the Year Sara Tarbert is really too good to be playing Division III basketball but she likes it at Stevenson and has made them a force.

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Roberts reaches 1,000 but Stevenson falls to Hood

Christian Roberts became just the ninth player in Stevenson history to score 1,000 points in their career but the Mustangs couldn’t hold off Hood.

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Stevenson men back in a groove at the right time

The team lost three-straight in early January but have rattled off five-straight headed into the end of their conference slate.

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Stevenson win 14th-straight, blow out Arcadia

Stevenson women’s basketball blew past Arcadia 78-56 and were led by Player of the Year candidate Sara Tarbert’s 29 points and nine rebounds.

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Stevenson women win 12th-straight game

Sara Tarbert exploded in the second half as Stevenson beat Lebanon Valley, 64-58, to improve to 14-2 on the year.

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