Senior Jennifer Mateo capped off her career with her first All-Conference honor. She joined Drew’s 300-assists club and finished her tenure ranked fifth all-time in career assists. She ranks in the top 10 in Drew history in three-pointers made, games played and minutes played.
Courtney Stephens was named the Landmark Conference’s Co-Rookie of the Year. She started every game for the Rangers, leading the team in scoring and rebounding.
The team captured the foil championship for the third time in school history at the MACFA Championships hosted by the University of Maryland. Foilist James Weiss ’14 was also recently selected for the second time to represent the USA Open Fencing Team in the European Maccabi Games in Tel Aviv this summer.
Junior Mariel Schwinger finished in second place in three different events at this year’s Landmark Conference Championship. She was second to finish in the 200, 500 and 1650 freestyle, earning her second-team All-Conference honors for the third straight year.