HERSHEY, Pa. - The Stevenson men's golf team won its third consecutive MAC Commonwealth Championship and fourth in the last six years. The Mustangs won the tournament by six strokes over Lebanon Valley with a two-day score of 640 (+72) on the Hershey Country Club East Course. In addition to the team championship, head coach Chris Ramer was named MAC Commonwealth Coach of the Year for the third-straight season.
Sophomore Matthew Shur and junior Josh Maisel both carded two-day total scores of 159 (+17) to finish tied for third on the leaderboard, earning them MAC Commonwealth First Team honors. Shur, who was second team all-conference last season, has earned all-conference honors in each of first two seasons.
Sophomore Tyler Slusarczyk carded an 80 in each of his two rounds on the par 71 course to finish seventh overall (+18), earning him second team honors.
Sophomore Matthew Maione finished tied for 11th for the second-straight season after shooting a two-day total score of 163 (+21). With the 11th-place finish, Maione earned an All-MAC honorable mention.
Junior Chris Miller improved on his first round by four strokes with an 82 to move up into a tie for 17th.
Keith Noonan of Alvernia took the individual championship by one stroke over Andy Baker of Hood with a two-day score of 156 (+14).
The Mustangs will head to the NCAA Division III Men's Golf Championships, held at the Grandover Resort in Greensboro, N.C., starting on Tuesday, May 15 through Friday, May 18.