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Brett Adams delivers a speech during the Stevenson University HOF banquet for the Class of 2017 Inductees. (Photo taken by Sabina Moran)

AD strives to make a difference

David Steinwedel April 5, 2018

24 years. Imagine staying at a job for that long. Imagine seeing a university athletic department grow from a few club sports into a powerhouse in Division III athletics. Brett Adams, director of athletics...

Stevenson mens volleyball take a 3-0 victory over Alvernia on Wednesday night at Owings Mills gymnasium with set scores of (25-19), (25-12) and (25-13).

Men’s volleyball strong conference contender

David Steinwedel March 22, 2018

To be the tops in any sport from high school to college to the pros, teams have to be able to beat top competition. The Stevenson University men’s volleyball team is out to prove they are indeed the...

Individual successes highlight swim season

Individual successes highlight swim season

David Steinwedel March 1, 2018

The 2017-2018 swim season for the Stevenson University Mustangs has come and gone. The record tells a story of struggles and rough outings, but the swimmers themselves don’t look at the record. With...

Mens basketball wraps up season

Men’s basketball wraps up season

David Steinwedel February 15, 2018

This season has not gone as planned for the Stevenson University men’s basketball team. Their 8-1 start outside the MAC Commonwealth disappeared in a 3-13 conference record as of Feb. 13 that featured...

Mens lacrosse eyes fifth MAC title

Men’s lacrosse eyes fifth MAC title

David Steinwedel May 4, 2017

The great coach Jim Mora once said, “Playoffs -- we talking about playoffs?” For the men’s lacrosse team at Stevenson University, playoffs have become a commonplace. Following their 14-10 win on...

Baseball hits stride to start April

Baseball hits stride to start April

David Steinwedel April 13, 2017

As the weather warms up, so has the Stevenson baseball team. Since the Arcadia game on March 24, the Mustangs compiled a 6-7 record start before rattling off five straight wins to begin April. Since...

Beach volleyball dives into season 2

Beach volleyball dives into season 2

March 23, 2017

The allure and buzz around their inaugural season has gone; Stevenson's women's beach volleyball team is now looking to make an impact in their second season. Last year, the team finished with a record...

Stevenson mens ice hockey closes out the home season with 0-2 shut out over Lebanon Valley on Friday night at Reisterstown Sportsplex.

Ice hockey preps for postseason play

David Steinwedel February 19, 2017

In their inaugural season, the men’s ice hockey team will be in the playoffs, sealing their fate on Feb. 18 when Elmira College, behind the Mustangs in the standings, had to beat Hobart to keep their...

Stevenson mens basketball playing in the Hoopsville Classic (Photo By Sabina Moran)

Men’s basketball hopeful for a comeback

David Steinwedel December 1, 2016

Tough competition is a good measuring stick for any team. It may not result in wins early, but it is a great proving ground for teams at the beginning of the season. The Stevenson men’s basketball team...

Swim teams build stronger season

Swim teams build stronger season

David Steinwedel November 10, 2016

With rosters that continue to grow only in their third year, Stevenson’s swim teams are focused on the Middle Atlantic Conference (MAC) competition culminating in early February 2017. Coach John Stuhltrager...

Stevenson football team remains undefeated as they advance to 4-0 on the season with a run away 54-15 victory over FDU Florham on Saturday afternoon at Mustang Stadium in Owings Mills.

Football continues undefeated

David Steinwedel October 20, 2016

Everything is clicking for the 6-0 Stevenson university football team. The Mustangs continue to climb national rankings as they are ranked for a sixth consecutive week and climbed up to No. 14 in the...

Womens soccer gets the ball rolling

Women’s soccer gets the ball rolling

September 29, 2016

With October and conference play looming, the women’s soccer team is trying to get the gears spinning, having already faced a challenging start. Hurricane Hermine postponed one game and forced two...

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