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Stevenson plays condensed season

Stevenson plays condensed season

Jaquan Robinson April 29, 2021

Stevenson’s football team was able to play one out of three scheduled spring games, on April 10. This was their first game since Nov. 23, 2019, due to COVID-19. Despite the team's long absence away...

Swim strives for conference playoffs

Swim strives for conference playoffs

Lauren Dawkins October 4, 2018

Stevenson University’s men’s and women’s swim teams will start the swim season in only a week with their first meet against Widener University on Oct. 6. With a bigger team led by John Stuhltrager,...

Tyler Didra, student fitness trainer, teaching a yoga course in the Fitness Center in Wooded Way. Photo by Dannielle Decastro.

Fitness instructors reinforce wellness

Tyre Maull September 20, 2018

Peer group fitness instructors are attracting interest across campus at Stevenson University. Laura Waginger, assistant director of campus recreation, oversees a team of student fitness instructors...

Stevenson softball falls 8-2 in the second game of their double header against Arcadia on Saturday at Weinberg-Fine Stadium in Owings Mills.

Softball fights losing streak

Kaya Roberts April 6, 2017

Stevenson’s softball team started out ready to win the Middle Atlantic Conference (MAC), but stumbled throughout the first month of their season. With a record of 3-13, the team has looked to sophomore...

Stevenson mens lacrosse hosted Alvernia for the home opener Wednesday night at Mustang Stadium in Owings Mills where the Mustangs trampled the Crusaders 29-1.

Men’s lacrosse looking for strong start

Kali Martin February 23, 2017

In spring 2017, men’s lacrosse head coach Paul Cantabene is expecting nothing less than a continuation of the reputation that Stevenson men’s lacrosse has built during the last 13 years, generating...

Track & Field posts record-breaking performances

Track & Field posts record-breaking performances

Amir Wallace February 9, 2017

Track and field head coach Erick Camodeca believes that an improvement from last season will lead to the Stevenson men and women both placing in the top five in the Middle Atlantic Conference (MAC) this...

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