Senior Carrie Brighthaupt scored her first goal as a Mustang in her final game and the defense was stellar not allowing a shot against them as Stevenson defeated Hood College by a final of 3-0 on Thursday afternoon.
Stevenson honored three seniors and overcame a two-goal first-half deficit to win 3-2 in overtime on Homecoming at Mustang Stadium on Saturday night. Junior Marissa Hoffman netted the winner with 1:34 to go in the extra frame.
Freshman Noel Martin scored her eighth of the season, and junior Sara McVey recorded a team-high six shots. Unfortunately, for the Mustangs it would not be enough as Lebanon Valley picked up a solo goal in each half to win by a final of 2-1 on Wednesday night.
Junior Maia Harper made 10 saves and junior Sara McVey had a team-high four shots, but it would not be enough as three different Lynchburg players found the net. As the Hornets blanked the Mustangs by a final of 4-0 on Tuesday night at Mustang Stadium.
Freshman Noel Martin scored her seventh of the season about six minutes into the game, but York responded scoring four in the first half and four in the second en route to an 8-1 win on Wednesday night.
The Mustangs fell behind 1-0 in the first half, but rallied in the second period with a pair of goals from sophomore Tanner Ridgely and solo markers by freshman Noel Martin and senior Kali Martin to even their conference record at 1-1 with a 4-1 victory over Arcadia.
Sophomore Tanner Ridgely scored her fourth of the season and extended her goal-scoring streak to two games, but it was not enough as the Gettysburg Bullets scored three goals late in the first half and added a penalty stroke in the second half to beat Stevenson by a final of 4-1.