Tuesday, November 11, 2014

Widener 35, Stevenson 23 (11/1); Stevenson 33, Wilkes 14 (11/8)

It certainly appears that we're looking at a final regular-season record of 7-3 for the Stevenson oblong-ballers.  After missing a couple of chances at Widener and losing by 12 -- the best performance they've ever had against the nationally ranked Pride, I should hasten to add -- SU broke open a sludgy contest that was 3-0 at halftime and went on to clinch their first winning season with a victory over Wilkes on a cold November afternoon at Owings Mills.

The Mustangs' last game is on the road but against a team they should be able to beat.  24 seniors, a number of whom were there when the program started, were honored after the Wilkes game. 

Basketball season starts this weekend and I'll be providing periodic updates on the men's and women's progress.  Also, a shout-out goes to the SU women's soccer and volleyball teams, both of which qualified for their NCAA Division III Tournaments last week.

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