The Stevenson University Mustangs mens Lacrosse team just uploaded a 2010 season in review. You can tell the program is in good hands with their coaching staff. These young student athletes not only look the part, but also play pretty darn good lacrosse. The highlight reel also includes the Sickest Goal Ever! BTW, the ‘Stangs finished 19-2 and won the school’s first ever CAC Championship down on Salisbury’s home field.
Stevenson men’s lacrosse team boasted a program-best 8 All-America selection, tying for the most in Division III with Cortland, Salisbury and Roanoke. The Mustangs had two first team selections, three second team, one third team and two honorable mention honorees.
Senior Steve Kazimer and junior Jimmy Dailey were both selected to the first team for the second-straight year while junior Richie Ford junior Ray Witte and junior Evan Douglass were all named to the second team. Junior Kyle Moffitt was chosen to the third team and senior Mike Gustowarow and senior Geoff Hebert were named honorable mention.
Kazimer was an All-America selection in all three seasons at Stevenson and back-to-back Attackman of the Year for 2009 and 2010. Dailey is a two-time first team All-American. Ford earned his third All-America honor. Douglass earned his first postseason honor with the 2nd team nomination. Witte, 2nd team, had one of the best seasons, not only in school history, but in the NCAA as well after winning 300 face-offs and totaling 168 ground balls, both school records. Moffitt exploded onto the scene in 2010, finishing with 43 goals and 52 points earning 3rd team honors. Gustowarow and Hebert received their first postseason honors.
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