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Terps lead nation with All-American haul

The No. 1 Maryland Terrapins had a nation’s best nine players earn USILA All-American honors. They had 10 players overall on All-American lists.

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Mustangs can’t slow down RIT in NCAA loss

Ross Dinan made 16 saves for Stevenson but not even that could slow down RIT’s attack as they suffered a 17-8 loss in the third round of the NCAA tournament.

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Mustangs roll past Nazareth in NCAA opener

The No. 13 Mustangs scored the first six goals of the game as they blew out Nazareth in their NCAA Tournament opener, 19-6. Advance to play No. 2 RIT on Saturday.

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Local teams load up NCAA Tournament field

Maryland and Johns Hopkins are both seeded teams while Towson and Loyola both secured automatic bids. Stevenson makes ninth straight appearance in DIII field.

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No. 17 Mustangs win fifth straight MACC title

Albright got off to a strong start, but once the Stevenson men’s lacrosse team got into their groove they cruised to a 12-6 win and their fifth straight MACC title.

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Mustangs fall to Messiah in MACC title game

Stevenson had their opportunities but just couldn’t finish enough to take down No. 4 and top-seeded Messiah in the MACC women’s lacrosse championship game.

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Mustags roll over Widener and to MACC title game

Stevenson faced no threat as they completely dominated the visiting Widener Pride in the MACC semifinals, clinching a spot in their fifth straight league title game.

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Mustangs run away early in MACC semifinals

Stevenson was in no danger at any point against the Albright Lions as they advanced to their fifth straight MACC title game with a 14-5 victory.

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Monteiro named OPOY, five Mustangs honored

Olivia Monteiro became the third Stevenson WLAX player to be named the MACC Offensive Player of the Year. Five Mustangs received All-MACC nods.

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DeFazio named MACC DPOY, Cantabene COY

Dom DeFazio was named the MACC Defensive Player of the Year while Paul Cantabene was named Coach of the Year. Eight Mustangs earn All-League honors.

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