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Photos of Walt English, Paul Farrell and Juwan Guinyard on the court

Congratulations to three seniors on the men's basketball team who were honored on Senior Night for their contributions to the Mustangs. Senior guard Walt English (#1), and team managers Paul Farrell and Juwan Guinyard were celebrated prior to the Mustangs' game against Hood College on Feb. 12, 2019. (Photos from Stevenson University Strength and Conditioning)

Congratulation to senior business communication major and first baseman Billy Small, who was just named to the Middle Atlantic Conference first team in baseball.

Small led the team and the conference with seven home runs and posted a .351 batting average, good for third on the Mustangs' squad. In the season finale on May 1 at Marymount University (Va.), he hit three doubles with five RBIs in the Mustangs' 22-3 victory over the Saints.  (Photo from gomustangsports.com)

Congratulations to Business Communication junior Wornden Ly, who was recently named to the Middle Atlantic Commonwealth All-Conference second team in tennis. He finished 5-1 in MAC Commonwealth regular season play, with an 11-8 dual match record in doubles.

Stevenson finished second in the MAC Commonwealth with a 6-1 mark and is 13-6 overall.

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 gomustangsports.com)

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 gomustangsports.com. 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 gomustangsports.com)

 
 
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