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Mustangs earn first shutout, draw Roanoke

Stevenson was out-shot 22-5 by Roanoke but allowed few quality shots and when they did, Michael Tringali was there to make the big save in the 0-0 draw.

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Hot start leads JHU to blowout of Mustangs

Johns Hopkins out-shot Stevenson 15-1 in the opening half and carried their 3-0 lead at intermission to a 6-1 victory in Owings Mills for their fifth-straight win.

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Terps struggle against Northwestern set-pieces

Northwestern scored three goals against Maryland on corner kicks as the Terps dropped the 4-1 decision on Sunday.

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Hounds beat Navy with McKenzie’s 2OT goal

Navy won the previous eight meetings against Loyola going back to 1994 but Casey McKenzie and Jourdan Ziff connected twice on goals for the 2-1 overtime victory.

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McKee saves 12 as Mustangs battle Fords to draw

There may not have been any goals, but Stevenson’s clash against Haverford was an exciting 0-0 draw filled with huge saves. Tiffany McKee tied a career-high with 12.

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Benitez scores twice, Mustangs get first win

Kevin Benitez scored the first two goals of his career and lifted the Mustangs to a 3-2 victor over Wilkes, their first of the year and the first for coach Andrew Bordelon.

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Blue Jays blanked by Swarthmore in slugfest

Despite controlling a lot of the possession in the game, Johns Hopkins was unable to break a rough Swarthmore defense as they lost, 1-0 in overtime.

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Blue Jays defense locks down, shut out Mules, 2-0

JHU scored two early goals and it afforded their defense the ability to pack things in more as they posted their first shutout since opening weekend, blanking Muhlenberg.

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No. 1 Terps shutout No. 22 Michigan State, 2-0

Maryland proved their No. 1 rankings with a 2-0 shutout victory over Big Ten rival and No. 22-ranked Michigan State on Friday night.

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Quaranta twins healthy & leading UMBC together

Twin sisters Alex and Preslie Quaranta are finally healthy and playing together for the first time since 2012 and are having a blast leading UMBC women’s soccer.

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