Fifteen Mustangs earn AHCA All-American Scholar accolades

    OWINGS MILLS, Md. - The American Hockey Coaches Association (AHCA) is once again recognizing varsity ice hockey players who compiled exceptional results in the classroom during the 2023-24 season with the announcement of the eighth annual "Krampade All-American Scholars."

    To qualify, a student-athlete must have attained a 3.75 GPA for each semester, and had to appear in 40% of the team's games. Exceptions were granted to injured players and back-up goaltenders. Schools also were required to be members of the AHCA.

    For Stevenson, eight players from the men's team and seven from the women's earned the honor.


    Blake Benson (SO · F)

    Zach Egber (SR · F)

    Graeme McCrory (JR · F)

    Aidan McDowell (SO · D)

    John Musella (SO · F)

    Eric Olson (SR · F)

    Brendan Rylott (SR · F)

    Frank Vitucci (SR · F)


    Emily Brightbill (SR · F/D)

    Cassie Campbell (SR · F)

    Franki Cappello (SR · F)

    Meghan Croyle (SO · F)

    Maggie Dean (SO · F)

    Emma DeMan (FY · F)

    Kendall Girnt (SO · D)

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    #10 Aidan McDowell

    Defense 5' 10" Sophomore R

    #12 Frank Vitucci

    Forward 6' 0" Senior R

    #13 John Musella

    Forward 5' 11" Sophomore R

    #19 Blake Benson

    Forward 5' 10" Sophomore L

    #22 Zach Egber

    Forward 5' 6" Senior R

    #28 Graeme McCrory

    Forward 5' 11" Junior L

    #29 Eric Olson

    Forward 6' 1" Senior L

    #47 Brendan Rylott

    Forward 6' 0" Senior L

    #2 Cassie Campbell

    Forward 5' 2" Senior

    #12 Franki Cappello

    Stevenson men’s ice hockey’s year to remember

    A look back at the historic, record-setting 2023-2024 season from Stevenson men’s ice hockey

    By: Grant DeVivo, Stevenson Villager

    They knew.

    Stevenson men’s ice hockey knew that what was in store for the 2023-2024 season. With victory in sight, the Mustangs made it clear to each other early on that they were not going to fall short of any expectations.

    Together, this team put together one of the most historic runs that Stevenson men’s ice hockey has ever seen. They were ranked 12th by the United Collegiate Hockey Conference (UCHC), set a program record 19 wins in a single season, and battled their way to the UCHC championship game where they ultimately fell to Utica University 3-2.

    This will be a hockey season long remembered at Stevenson University.

    The confidence was high right out of the gate, and players like juniors goalie Ty Outen and forward Liam McCanney were ready to get right to work.

    “Knowing the team we had and the work all those guys were putting in, I knew that we could do something special,” said Outen, the 2023-2024 UCHC Goaltender of the Year.

    McCanney echoed Outen’s excitement.

    “I had a really good feeling going into the season with the incoming and returning players [we had],” McCanney said. “I believe we came into the season with the UCHC championship game FINISH READING HERE

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