First-year Emma Campbell is the first player in Landmark Conference history to win both Player of the Year and Rookie of the Year in the same season. The Cresskill, N.J., native scored a league-high 16 goals, second only to Meredith Doll ’96 for goals in a season by a first-year student athlete.
The Rangers qualified for the Landmark Conference playoffs for the sixth-straight season as the fourth seed, but were ousted in the first round by eventual champion Susquehanna. Five members of the squad were Second Team All-Conference selections as the team finished with an overall record of 11–6–2.
For the second-straight season the Drew field hockey team made it to the Landmark Conference Championship, but eventually fell to top-seeded Catholic in a tightly contested battle, 3–2. Brooke Gagliano ’14 was named Landmark Conference Offensive Player of the Year, highlighting a new school record of four First Team All-Conference selections.