Athletic Shorts

Asmar Capers led the Landmark Conference in scoring with 22 points per game.

Men’s Basketball (14–12)

The Rangers posted their highest win total in 15 years en route to their first Landmark playoff berth. Head Coach Darryl Keckler was named the Landmark Coach of the Year, while shooting guard Asmar Capers C’12 earned First Team All-Conference Honors. Capers ranked 13th in the country in scoring, at 22 points per game.

Mariel Schwinger posted the conference’s second-best time in the 200 free.

Women’s Swimming

Mariel Schwinger C’14 broke Drew Hall of Fame records in the 200 and 500 freestyle, while she and teammates Kati Eggert C’11, Jess Harrington C’14 and Alexa Morrissey C’14 combined to break the 15-year-old 200 free relay record at Landmark Championships in February.


First-year James Weiss had one of the finest seasons in Drew fencing history, qualifying for the NCAA National Championships at Ohio State. Competing against schools like Duke, Princeton, Penn State and Johns Hopkins, Weiss finished 19th nationally in the men’s foil.

Locker Room Project

Alumni, parents and friends can be a permanent part of Ranger Athletics by naming Forum lockers as part of a summer 2011 renovation project. To name a locker, contact Associate Athletic Director Christa Racine at

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