Baltimore Bays Alumni Alicia Greene and Alexis Siejack lead Stevenson University into the ECAC South Semifinals
Baltimore Bays Chelsea alumni Alicia Greene and Alexis Siejack will lead Stevenson University Mustangs into the Eastern College Athletic Conference Semi-FinalThe match will take place 5:00 pm @ Stevensons University Mustang Stadium. Pictured above is Greene who will be joining the Bays coaching staff
Stevenson women’s soccer freshman Alexis Siejack (Baltimore Bays) scored the game’s lone goal in the 12th minute to lead the top-seeded Mustangs to a 1-0 victory over Commonwealth Conference rival and eighth-seeded Alvernia Wednesday at Mustang Stadium in the first round of the 2013 ECAC Division III South Championship.
With the win, the defending champion Mustangs (14-8-1) advance to the ECAC semifinals for the third time in as many seasons while moving one win closer to the school record of 15 set in 2006, 2009 and 2012.
For the first time in five ECAC appearances, Stevenson will host the semifinals and championship which will be this Saturday and Sunday at Mustang Stadium. The Mustangs will host fourth-seeded Grove City at 5:00 p.m., while seventh-seeded Arcadia will face sixth-seeded Swarthmore at 7:00 p.m.
Siejack scored her team-leading 15th of the season off an assist from senior Catherine Madden on a cross from the right side.
Alvernia (11-8-2) threatened to tie the game with less than two minutes remaining when sophomore Keeper Alicia Greene (Baltimore Bays) totaled both of her two saves in the game just four seconds apart on point blank shots by Bridget Verdel and Katelyn Gill in the box. Greene, after the season will join the Baltimore Bays Chelsea coaching staff assisting Head Coach Ron Bowen with the U10 Girls Xplosion and the U11 Girls Comets.