Lasher joined the Mustangs this season after playing at Arch Bishop John Carroll High School. In his first year with the Mustangs, he tallied eight goals and 16 points in regular season play as a starting forward. Twice Lasher scored the game-winning goal for the Mustangs, once against Lehigh Carbon Community College and again against Harrisburg Area Community College. His best performance was in the team's season opener, during which he score three goals, earning a total of six points, against the Phantoms of Delaware County Community College. Lasher is currently ranked 17th in the country in shots and 34th in the country for goals scored.
Kicinski is a freshman player who joined the Mustangs from Calvary Baptist School in Lansdale, Pa. As a midfielder, Kicinski was able to dominate in the center of the field in every game this season. He scored three goals, one of which was the game winning goal against the rival Spartans of Northampton Community College. Kicinski's best performance was in the Mustangs' home game against nationally ranked no. 6 Manor College, during which he successfully shut down Manor's best player and EPAC Player of the Year, Mark Colville.
The Mustangs now head into the NJCAA Region 19 Division III playoffs, seeded 11th. In first round play, they will take on the 6th seeded Jersey Blues of Brookdale Community College in Lincroft, N.J. Ranked 2nd in the nation in shots per game and 13th in corner kicks and shots on goal, the offensively talented Mustangs will aim to knock out the Jersey Blues to advance to Quarterfinals Tuesday.