2018 Releases

  • Mustangs Have Five Players Selected For All-Conference Team
    October 30, 2018
    The Stevenson field hockey team had five players named to the All-Mac Commonwealth All-Conference Team on Tuesday morning as announced by the league office. The players selected were seniors Sara McVey, Ashley Meyer, Marissa Hoffman, and Alexis Young in addition to sophomore Brooke Morris.
  • Mustangs Season Ends In Setback At Lebanon Valley
    October 24, 2018
    The Stevenson field hockey team took a second-half lead on a goal from senior Ashley Meyer, but it would not be enough as the host Lebanon Valley College Dutchmen got a pair from Cecile Kat to push the home side past the Mustangs 2-1 on Wednesday night at Arnold Field.
  • Five Different Players Score In Conference Shutout Over Hood
    October 17, 2018
    The Stevenson field hockey had five different players find the back of the net including a first-half pair from senior Sara McVey and posted a season-high 32 shots in a 6-0 blanking of the visiting Hood College Blazers in MAC Commonwealth play on Wednesday night at Mustang Stadium.
  • Mustangs Unable To Hold Off Arcadia In Overtime
    October 13, 2018
    The Stevenson field hockey team got an early second-half goal from senior Marissa Hoffman but it would not be enough as the host Arcadia University Knights got a pair of markers by Gabby Sedares including an overtime winner to upend the Mustangs 2-1 in MAC Commonwealth play on Saturday afternoon.
  • Mustangs Drop Non-Conference Finale To Lynchburg
    October 08, 2018
    The Stevenson fell behind 2-0 just 18-minutes in and despite a goal from junior Emma Adams dropped the game to host Hornets by a score of 4-1 on Monday afternoon at Shellenberger Field.
  • Mustangs Take Down Widener For First Conference Win
    October 06, 2018
    The Stevenson field hockey team rebounded from a tough loss on Wednesday night to York (Pa.) and earned their first win in MAC Commonwealth play using a three-goal first half and a huge penalty stroke save by junior Kelsey Eure to defeat Widener University by a score of 4-1 on Saturday night at Mustang Stadium.
  • Colborn's First Two As A Mustang, Not Enough To Bring Down York (PA)
    October 03, 2018
    Freshman Gracyn Colborn scored her first two goals as a Mustang, but it was not enough as the York College of Pennslyvania Spartans used a three-goal outburst in the first 16-minutes to hold off a furious second-half push by the home side to win 3-2 in non-conference play on Wednesday afternoon at Mustang Stadium.
  • Mustangs Battle Hard But Unable To Overcome #2 Messiah
    September 29, 2018
    Coming off a big non-conference win over Gettysburg College on Tuesday night the Stevenson field hockey team looked to carry that momentum into their second MAC Commonwealth contest against second-ranked Messiah College.  Unfortunately, for the Mustangs second-half goals from senior Sara McVey and sophomore Brooke Morris were not enough as the Falcons held off the late push by a final of 3-2 at Anderson Field on Saturday afternoon.
  • Mustangs Stop Skid Thanks To McVey's Hat Trick
    September 25, 2018
    The Stevenson field hockey team put an end to a four-game skid, thanks to a hat trick from senior Sara McVey and a dozen saves from junior keeper Kelsey Eure as the Mustangs blanked the visiting Gettysburg College Bullets in non-conference play on Tuesday night at Mustang Stadium.  
  • Morris Goal Not Enough As Mustangs Drop Conference Opener
    September 22, 2018
    The Stevenson field hockey team got a first-half goal from sophomore Brooke Morris, but it was not enough as the Alvernia University Golden Wolves picked up two second-half markers to defeat the Mustangs by a final of 2-1 on Saturday afternoon in the MAC Commonwealth opener for both sides.
  • Mustangs Blanked by #13 Rowan in Non-Conference Action
    September 18, 2018
    The Stevenson field hockey team was held to a season-low four shots as the 13th-ranked Rowan University Profs used a six-goal outburst in the opening half to shutout the Mustangs by a final of 6-0 on Tuesday night at Mustang Stadium in non-conference play.
  • Mustangs Suffer Second OT Setback Of The Week
    September 15, 2018
    The Stevenson field hockey team rallied back from two goals down to knot the game at 2-2 in the second half, before succumbing in overtime for the second time this week this time to the visiting Shenandoah University Hornets by a final of 3-2 in non-conference play on Saturday night at Mustang Stadium. 
  • Mustangs Drop OT Thriller To Catholic
    September 11, 2018
    The Stevenson field hockey team got a goal from sophomore Brooke Morris in the 23rd-minute, but it would not be enough as a goal 7:55 into the first overtime period by Katie Murphy was enough to lift the host Catholic University Cardinals to a 2-1 win on Tuesday night at Cardinal Stadium.
  • Mustangs Sink Shorewomen In Non-Conference Action
    September 08, 2018
    The Stevenson field hockey rebounded back after suffering their first loss of the season using goals from senior Sara McVey and sophomore Brooke Morris to upend the Washington College (Md.) Shorewomen by a final of 2-0 on Saturday afternoon at a rainy Roy Kirby Jr. Stadium. 
  • Mustangs Suffer First Setback To Fifth-Ranked Salisbury
    September 05, 2018
    Stevenson field hockey junior goalkeeper Kelsey Eure made nine saves, and senior Sara McVey scored the Mustangs lone goal in the 5th-minute.  Unfortunately, it was not enough as the fifth-ranked Salisbury University Sea Gulls used two goals in the opening half to assist in a 5-1 victory on Wednesday night at Mustangs Stadium.
  • Mustangs Win In-State Clash With Seahawks
    September 02, 2018
    The Stevenson field hockey team used a second-half goal from senior Sara McVey and two saves from junior Kelsey Eure to blank the host Saint Mary’s College of Maryland by a final of 1-0 on Sunday afternoon at JLR Turf Field.
  • Morris Hat Trick Pushes Mustangs Past Marlins
    August 31, 2018
    Stevenson field hockey used a four-goal outburst in the first half, and a hat trick from sophomore Brooke Morris to hold off a second-half charge from the visiting Virginia Wesleyan University by a final of 6-3.