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By Edward Lee | May 22, 2012
Falling in an NCAA tournament semifinal for the third time in four years was an outcome Stevenson had hoped to avoid. But even after Sunday's 7-2 setback to nine-time reigning national champion Salisbury, there was a lot to be happy about with the Mustangs. This was a squad that had graduated a combined 217 goals and 130 assists from attackmen Jimmy Dailey and Richie Ford and midfielders Neal Barthelme, Kyle Moffitt, Sean Calabrese and Jake Stocksdale. Add three starting defensemen in Evan Douglass, Kyle Menendez and Ian Hart and faceoff specialist Ray Witte, and not many people had given Stevenson much of a chance of reaching Sunday's stage.
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The Baltimore Sun | June 12, 2013
After winning the school's first-ever national championship, the Stevenson men's lacrosse team has been selected to receive the Henry Ciccarone Memorial Award by the Touchdown Club of Annapolis as the organization's Collegiate Team of the Year. "For the past 40 years or so, the Touchdown Club has chosen one college lacrosse team in Maryland to receive this award," president Justin Mullen said. "There was no debate this year as Stevenson's outstanding 2013 season that culminated in the school's first Division III national championship clearly stood out above the rest.
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By From Sun Staff Reports | May 14, 2011
Neal Barthelme (Dulaney) scored six goals, including three in the third quarter, to lead the Stevenson men's lacrosse team to a 13-8 win over visiting Cabrini in the second round of the NCAA Division III tournament on Saturday. The Mustangs move on to the quarterfinals, where they will host Roanoke on Wednesday. Stevenson had a six-goal lead early in the third quarter, but a 5-2 run by the Cavaliers closed the gap to 11-8 with 11:34 left in the game. The Mustangs put the game away with two goals in the final 4:58.
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By Edward Lee | May 22, 2012
Falling in an NCAA tournament semifinal for the third time in four years was an outcome Stevenson had hoped to avoid. But even after Sunday's 7-2 setback to nine-time reigning national champion Salisbury, there was a lot to be happy about with the Mustangs. This was a squad that had graduated a combined 217 goals and 130 assists from attackmen Jimmy Dailey and Richie Ford and midfielders Neal Barthelme, Kyle Moffitt, Sean Calabrese and Jake Stocksdale. Add three starting defensemen in Evan Douglass, Kyle Menendez and Ian Hart and faceoff specialist Ray Witte, and not many people had given Stevenson much of a chance of reaching Sunday's stage.
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By Edward Lee | March 5, 2012
Paul Cantebene had an inkling of what was ahead for the Stevenson offense. After graduating Division III's Player of the Year in attackman Jimmy Dailey, two more starting attackmen in Neal Barthelme and Richie Ford and two starting midfielders in Kyle Moffitt and Sean Calabrese, the unit was bound to get off to a slower start in 2012. And that has indeed happened as the Mustangs have scored 26 goals through their first three contests. By comparison, they scored 49 goals in their first three games of last year.
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | April 20, 2011
It's should come as no surprise that Stevenson senior attackman Neal Barthelme is a goal away from passing teammate Richie Ford for the school record for most goals in a season. After all, the pair have been competing against one another since they were youngsters. Barthelme said the duo began to get acquainted with each other as members of opposing youth league lacrosse teams, and their competitive fires grew as Barthelme enrolled at Dulaney and Ford played at Towson. "So I've always been around Richie on the field, which is kind of funny," Barthelme said.
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By Mike Preston, The Baltimore Sun | March 19, 2011
No. 2 Stevenson scored three goals in the final 12 minutes to pull away and defeat No. 4 SUNY Cortland, 10-8, in a key Division III mens' lacrosse game Saturday. It was a tightly contested game for three quarters until freshman midfielder Tony Rossi took control with two straight goals, the first with 13 minutes, 24 seconds remaining and the second with 11:42 left. Mustangs senior midfielder Ray Wittle scored with 8:58 left to complete the scoring and finish off visiting Cortland (4-1)
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By Sports Digest | February 24, 2011
Colleges Johns Hopkins women rout Mount, 17-4, in lacrosse Candace Rossi scored five goals and No. 20 Johns Hopkins (2-0) won, 17-4, over visiting Mount St. Mary's (0-2) in women's lacrosse. Hopkins went on a 9-0 run to start the game and gave up one goal in the first half. More women's lacrosse: Alicia Krause had two goals, but visiting UMBC (1-1) fell, 16-6, to No. 17 Florida (3-1). … Aubrey Mirkin had three goals and three assists as host St. Mary's (1-1, 1-1 CAC)
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The Baltimore Sun | June 12, 2013
After winning the school's first-ever national championship, the Stevenson men's lacrosse team has been selected to receive the Henry Ciccarone Memorial Award by the Touchdown Club of Annapolis as the organization's Collegiate Team of the Year. "For the past 40 years or so, the Touchdown Club has chosen one college lacrosse team in Maryland to receive this award," president Justin Mullen said. "There was no debate this year as Stevenson's outstanding 2013 season that culminated in the school's first Division III national championship clearly stood out above the rest.
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By Edward Lee | February 15, 2012
Wednesday's entry is the seventh installment of a weeklong series taking a look at each of the eight Division III programs in this state according to their order of finish from last season. The Sun's lacrosse preview is slated to be published Friday. This is Stevenson's turn. Overview: The Mustangs went 18-3 in 2011, capping a stretch of 54 wins and seven losses in their past three years. But for the third consecutive season, the team's road in the playoffs ended short of the NCAA tournament final.
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Sports Digest | April 12, 2012
Major League Lacrosse Bayhawks acquire Dailey from Cannons The Chesapake Bayhawks acquired former Stevenson and Winters Mill star Jimmy Dailey from the Boston Cannons on Wednesday in exchange for a 2013 fifth-round supplemental draft pick. In other moves, the Bayhawks released attackman Trevor Moore , a 10th-round supplemental draft pick out of Robert Morris last year, and traded goalie Johnny Rodriguez (Salisbury) to the Ohio Machine for a 2013 supplemental pick.
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By Edward Lee | March 5, 2012
Paul Cantebene had an inkling of what was ahead for the Stevenson offense. After graduating Division III's Player of the Year in attackman Jimmy Dailey, two more starting attackmen in Neal Barthelme and Richie Ford and two starting midfielders in Kyle Moffitt and Sean Calabrese, the unit was bound to get off to a slower start in 2012. And that has indeed happened as the Mustangs have scored 26 goals through their first three contests. By comparison, they scored 49 goals in their first three games of last year.
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By Edward Lee | February 15, 2012
Wednesday's entry is the seventh installment of a weeklong series taking a look at each of the eight Division III programs in this state according to their order of finish from last season. The Sun's lacrosse preview is slated to be published Friday. This is Stevenson's turn. Overview: The Mustangs went 18-3 in 2011, capping a stretch of 54 wins and seven losses in their past three years. But for the third consecutive season, the team's road in the playoffs ended short of the NCAA tournament final.
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By Steve Jones | June 22, 2011
Jimmy Dailey didn't enter the collegiate lacrosse world from a prestigious private school program. But when he closed his college career last month, the Winters Mill High School graduate left with one of the highest honors in the sport. The Stevenson University attackman was named the winner of the Iroquois National Award, given to the outstanding player in NCAA Division III by the U.S. Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association. "It was one of the best memories that I'll have of my athletic career," said Dailey about his reaction to the news that he was the nation's best player.
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By Mike Preston, The Baltimore Sun | May 18, 2011
There will be no Stevenson versus Salisbury III. Another highly anticipated meeting between the two Maryland Division III powers will have to wait until next year after No. 7 Roanoke upset No. 3 Stevenson, 13-12, Wednesday in the Division III quarterfinals before a crowd of nearly 1,000 in Owings Mills. Maroons sophomore attackman Richard Lachlan eliminated Stevenson (18-3) from tournament play with his game-winning goal from the top of the crease on a feed from midfielder Mike Hayden with 14 seconds left in the game.
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By From Sun Staff Reports | May 14, 2011
Neal Barthelme (Dulaney) scored six goals, including three in the third quarter, to lead the Stevenson men's lacrosse team to a 13-8 win over visiting Cabrini in the second round of the NCAA Division III tournament on Saturday. The Mustangs move on to the quarterfinals, where they will host Roanoke on Wednesday. Stevenson had a six-goal lead early in the third quarter, but a 5-2 run by the Cavaliers closed the gap to 11-8 with 11:34 left in the game. The Mustangs put the game away with two goals in the final 4:58.
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By Rich Scherr, Special to The Baltimore Sun | April 23, 2011
Playing behind all-conference goalie Johnny Rodriguez, Salisbury University senior Tim Swinburn had little reason to believe he'd even see action in Saturday's Division III lacrosse showdown at Stevenson. With his team on the ropes near halftime, however, Swinburn got the call, and over the next 37 minutes he transformed from the role of bit player to hero. After trailing by as many as five, the third-ranked Sea Gulls held top-ranked Stevenson scoreless for the next 20 minutes, 42 seconds, scoring eight straight goals to take control before emerging with a 16-14 win in the Capital Athletic Conference final before an announced 1,540.
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By Sports Digest | April 7, 2011
Women's college lacrosse Krause's 5 goals lift UMBC over Stony Brook, 10-8 Alicia Krause (Mount Hebron) scored five goals and host UMBC (8-4, 2-1 America East) used a four-goal run in the second half to take control and win, 10-8, over Stony Brook (3-8, 0-3) on Wednesday night. More state games: Lauriann Parker had two goals and four assists to lead visiting St. Mary's (9-5, 3-3 Capital Athletic Conference) to an 18-7 victory over Hood (4-9, 0-6)
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By Rich Scherr, Special to The Baltimore Sun | April 23, 2011
Playing behind all-conference goalie Johnny Rodriguez, Salisbury University senior Tim Swinburn had little reason to believe he'd even see action in Saturday's Division III lacrosse showdown at Stevenson. With his team on the ropes near halftime, however, Swinburn got the call, and over the next 37 minutes he transformed from the role of bit player to hero. After trailing by as many as five, the third-ranked Sea Gulls held top-ranked Stevenson scoreless for the next 20 minutes, 42 seconds, scoring eight straight goals to take control before emerging with a 16-14 win in the Capital Athletic Conference final before an announced 1,540.
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | April 20, 2011
It's should come as no surprise that Stevenson senior attackman Neal Barthelme is a goal away from passing teammate Richie Ford for the school record for most goals in a season. After all, the pair have been competing against one another since they were youngsters. Barthelme said the duo began to get acquainted with each other as members of opposing youth league lacrosse teams, and their competitive fires grew as Barthelme enrolled at Dulaney and Ford played at Towson. "So I've always been around Richie on the field, which is kind of funny," Barthelme said.
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