Mustangs Cruise to 22-4 Victory Over Arcadia on Senior Day

Mustangs Cruise to 22-4 Victory Over Arcadia on Senior Day

OWINGS MILLS, Md. - Highlighted by six caused turnovers by senior Gabby DiGello and six points by senior Dana Stevens, the Stevenson women's lacrosse team cruised to a 22-4 MAC Commonwealth victory over Arcadia Saturday afternoon on Senior Day at Mustang Stadium.

  • The Mustangs (13-3, 7-0 MAC Commonwealth) scored the first four goals of the game, including a pair by junior Carly Bowes. Stevens had a goal and an assist during that stretch.
  • Jess Kaye got the Knights (1-13, 1-6 MAC Commonwealth) on the board at the 21:15 mark before freshman Caroline Murphy netted back-to-back goals to spark a 5-0 run.
  • Stevens dished out three consecutive assists, and finished with four in the half, as the freshmen trio of Mary Marc, Tea Ferrara, and Kaitlyn Kozlowski all scored.
  • Stevenson went into the half with an 11-2 lead, courtesy of goals by Bowes and sophomore Lindsay Seipp.

  • Stevenson quickly got out to a 10-goal lead as freshman Lan Le Crotty scored 33 seconds into the half.
  • The Mustangs had eight different goal scorers in the period, including the first career goal by freshman Brianna Linton. Linton finished with two goals.
  • Freshman Cristina Parrish finished with two goals in the final six minutes.

  • Stevenson outshot Arcadia, 40-14, including 23-7 in the first half. The Mustangs were also 4-for-5 on free-position shots.
  • The Mustangs improve their win streak to 10 games and are just three wins shy of tying the program record of 16 wins.
  • Eleven different players found the back of the net while 13 players recorded a point.
  • Since the statistic was recorded in 2006, DiGello's six caused turnovers are tied for the program record in a single game. The senior also totaled seven ground balls and two draw controls.
  • Bowes finished with four goals and is just one goal shy of tying the single season record of 56 set by Olivia Monteiro '17 in 2017.
  • Murphy netted five goals for the fourth time this season. She has seven straight multi-goal games.
  • Senior Amanda Zaykoski totaled two caused turnovers, two ground balls, and one draw control.
  • Junior Mack Ferguson finished with six saves in net while classmate Sarah Roerty had three caused turnovers and three ground balls.
  • Ferrara totaled four draw controls and two goals.

  • Stevenson concludes the regular season on Wednesday, April 24 when the Mustangs host a MAC Commonwealth contest versus Messiah beginning at 7:00 p.m.