Mustangs Hope to Spring Senior Day Surprise on No. 16 Lycoming

Mustangs Hope to Spring Senior Day Surprise on No. 16 Lycoming

Stevenson (10-13, 2-12 MAC Commonwealth) vs.
No. 16 Lycoming (19-3, 10-3 MAC Commonwealth)
Saturday, February 10, 2018 - 3 pm
Owings Mills, Md. - Owings Mills Gymnasium (1,250)



  • Senior Danzel Wright is one of 100 players nationally named to the Bevo Francis Award watch list, given to the top player in small college basketball.
  • Wright ranks second in the MAC Commonwealth in scoring (20.5 ppg), third in three-point percentage (.420) and second in free throw percentage (.900) while ranking eighth in field goal percentage (.457)
  • Stevenson scored 113 points in a November 25 win at Penn State Berks, matching a program record for points in a game.
  • After winning just four games a season ago, the Mustangs have 10 victories in 2017-18. 
  • Stevenson's five-game win streak earlier this season was its longest since winning seven straight from January 14-February 7, 2015.
  • Lycoming has won five of the last six games in the series, including an 83-71 win in Williamsport on January 6 


•  Lycoming has won five of the last six meetings with Stevenson and posted an 83-71 win earlier this season.  The Warriors led by as many as 30 points in the second half before a late Mustang run tightened up the final score.


•  Senior Danzel Wright has made an immediate impact in his first season at Stevenson.  Reaching double figures in scoring in every game but one, Wright ranks among the national leaders in scoring (20.5 ppg), total three-pointers made (76) and free throw percentage (.900).  Wright was named to the Bevo Francis Award watch list on January 15, one of only 100, for the award that honors the top player in all of small college basketball.


•  Entering the season, the Mustangs had not been to overtime since February 7, 2015 against Messiah, a span of 60 games, but Stevenson has been to an extra session twice already in 2017-18.  In the season opener, it outlasted Elizabethtown 90-87, while on December 2, the Mustangs fell 78-75 at home in OT to Widener.


•  After scoring at least 80 points just four times last season, Stevenson has cracked the 80-point mark 10 times, going 7-3 in those games.  The Mustangs have gone over the 90-point mark three times, including a 113-point outburst at Penn State Berks on November 25 that tied the program record for points in a game.


•  Junior Keith Moody has reached double figures in four of the past six games after doing so just twice in the first 17 games of the season.  He is averaging 9.7 ppg over the last six games, including a career-best 17 against Widener last Saturday.


•  Stevenson trailed Alvernia 56-29 with 16:57 remaining on January 13 before storming nearly all the way back in an eventual 85-83 defeat, outscoring the Golden Wolves 54-29 the rest of the way.  The following game, the Mustangs trailed 42-22 at the break at Hood and got the Blazer lead down to five, 77-72, with 2:41 left.


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