Athletic Shorts

Raul Smego C’13 is the Landmark Conference Player of the Year in tennis.

By Scott Fitzgerald

Men’s Tennis (12–7)

The team completed another chapter in its storied history by capturing its 11th straight Landmark Conference championship. The team extended its winning streak over conference opponents to 95 matches. Raul Smego C’13 was named Conference Player of the Year after posting a 7–0 singles record in league play.

Women’s Lacrosse (11–8)

The Rangers narrowly missed their third-straight NCAA Tournament appearance after suffering a 12–11 loss to Catholic University in the Landmark Conference champion-ship game. Among the eight All-Conference selections, Stacie Brown C’11 became Drew’s third player to be a four-time All-Conference performer.

Matthew Greenberg C’11 was honored as Drew’s male Athlete of the Year.

Take A Bow

Seniors Matthew Greenberg and Kati Eggert were named Drew’s Athletes of the Year at May’s Athletic Awards Banquet. Greenberg, a soccer forward, was the Landmark offensive player of the year, while Eggert, a tri-athlete (field hockey, swimming, softball) was the conference’s offensive player of the year in field hockey and an All-Conference selection in swimming.

New Baseball Coach

Brian Hirschberg, former assistant baseball coach at Lehigh University, has succeeded longtime baseball skipper Vince Masco. At the helm of the team for the past 27 seasons, Masco is Drew’s all-time leader with 387 wins. Masco will continue to serve as associate athletic director

One Response to “Athletic Shorts”

  1. I was a freshman at Drew in 1978. At the time, Coach Masco was the assistant basketball coach after putting in a full day at a local school. I remember being invited to his house for Thanksgiving, because I did not have a place to go. His family and he truly cared about me as a person.

    Although I am sad seeing one of my last links to Drew gone, may Coach Masco be remembered as a leader and caring person. Enjoy your free time. You deserve it!

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