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The department of Business Communication would like to congratulate our seniors playing spring sports for Stevenson University. These include (top row, l-r) Billy Small (baseball), Troy Wood (golf), Wornden Ly (tennis); second row: Tom Brown (lacrosse), Joe Candon (lacrosse), Lauren Weaver (beach volleyball). Your hard work and dedication are amazing! (Photos from

Congratulations to Business Communication junior and football quarterback Dan Williams, who was named the Middle Atlantic Conference (MAC) Player of the Week for Oct. 1.

Williams led the Mustangs to a 65-7 victory over Misericordia University on Sept. 30, throwing for 396 yards and five touchdowns, according to It was Williams' fifth time in his career throwing for over 300 yards, and the Mustangs also set a single-game record for points scored in a game. (Photo from

Congratulations to junior Business Communication major Danny Williams, who was named the Middle Atlantic Conference Offensive Player of the Week on Sunday, Sept. 25. He set SU program records at the Sept. 24 game against  FDU-Florham including six passing touchdowns and 338 passing yards in the 54-15 victory over the New Jersey school. The quarterback threw just one interception in the win, improving the Mustangs' record to 4-0 for the first place spot in the conference. (Photo from

Congratulations to the eight Business Communication majors who are finishing out their NCAA Division III athletics careers in 2016. They were honored for their achievements at the annual Athletic Awards Banquet on May 1, 2016. They include (l-r, top to bottom) Lanie Swanhart, Andrew Wysocki, Pat Candon, Connor Skeen, Chris McKneely, Emily Soller, Allison Smith, and Conrad Ellis. (Photos from

BizComm junior goalie Connor Skeen was named the game's MVP after Stevenson's men's lacrosse team was victorious over Messiah College in the MAC Commonwealth Conference championship game, 8-4. Skeen's 10 saves made the difference in the match, helped out by junior BizComm Pat Candon, who scored back-to-back goals just 38 seconds apart to give the Mustangs the lead at halftime, and Stevenson never looked back after that. Now, it's on to the NCAAs for the Mustangs!