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MARYMOUNT SUMMER CAMPS (For more information about sports camps run at Marymount this summer please click on the appropriate sport listed below:

Boys basketball (Chris Rogers, Camp Director)

Girls basketball -- Day Camps -- Specialty Camps (Bill Finney, Camp Director)

Boys and girls cross country (Josh Merck, Camp Director)

Boys lacrosse (Jon Reynolds, Camp Director)

Girls lacrosse (Jamie Reynolds, Camp Director)

Boys and girls soccer (Keith Moser, Camp Director)

Girls soccer (Gayle Wilson, Camp Director)

Volleyball   -- Youth Camp -- High School Camp (Beth Ann Wilson, Camp Director)

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MU Swim Teams Earn Academic Honors

The Marymount University swimming teams have been recognized by the College Swimming Coaches Association of America with CSCAA Scholar All-American Team honors for the 2010 spring semester.

The Marymount men’s team average grade point average (GPA) was 3.11 led by Brian Tinsman ‘11, a Communication major, with a 4.0. The women’s team average GPA was 3.008 with graduating senior Amanda Sperling, a Psychology major, leading the way with a 4.0.

To earn the CSCAA Scholar All American team honors, a team must have a 3.0 GPA for the semester.

Congratulations to the Marymount student-athletes!

Marymount University Names Ashlee Courter Women’s Basketball Coach

Ashlee Courter

Ashlee Courter is the new Marymount head women’s basketball coach, according to Debbie Warren, the University’s newly appointed director of Athletics.

Courter, who will begin at Marymount on June 21, replaces long-time head coach, Bill Finney, who retires at the end of the month. Courter played for Finney at Marymount from 1999 to 2003.

“Ashlee is a great choice for the women’s program,” said Warren. “She comes in with excellent coaching credentials and knows a lot of the rich history of women’s basketball at Marymount.”

Courter comes to Marymount following four years as a head coach at Franklin & Marshall College, where her team won the 2008 Centennial Conference regular season championship and made its first post-season tournament in five years.

In addition to her basketball coaching duties, she served as facilitator for F&M seminars on leadership and preventing sexual assault. In addition, Courter was the assistant softball coach and assistant golf coach. Prior to working at F&M, she was the assistant basketball coach and assistant softball coach at Gettysburg College for two years.

Courter was a standout player at Marymount and on teams that made four straight NCAA postseason appearances, including the Final Four in 2002, the Elite 8 in 2003, and two other Sweet 16s. She was a four-year starter and two-year captain, two-time All Capital Athletic Conference player, a CAC Scholar Athlete, and the conference’s Unsung Hero in 2002.

She graduated from Marymount with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology, with a minor in Elementary Education, and also has a Master of Science in Special Education from McDaniel College.

 

Debbie Warren is new Director of Athletics

Debbie Warren is the new Marymount University Director of Athletics, according to Dr. Chris Domes, vice president for Student Development and Enrollment Management.

 

Warren, who will begin at Marymount on June 21, replaces long-time athletic director and women’s basketball coach, Bill Finney, who retires at the end of the month.

 

“We are very pleased to have Debbie Warren join us at Marymount,” said Dr. Domes. “We knew going into this national search that we would have to find a special person to taken on the leadership role that Bill Finney played for twenty-seven years. I am confident we have found such a person.”

 

Warren comes to Marymount following five years at Hartwick College, where she was director of Athletics and chair of the Physical Education Department. She has spent the past 25 years in college athletics as an athletic director, associate athletic director, senior women’s administrator, teacher, coach, Student Life director and championship event specialist.

 

Warren is an active member of the communities in which she has lived, having served on the Board of Directors for the American Red Cross, on a disaster team for aquatic rescues, and on park and recreation committees. She has also taught Sunday school. In addition, Warren has contributed to her campus communities by working on a variety of planning committees and risk management reviews.

 

She has also been active with NCAA and other athletic associations. Warren served as chair of the NCAA Division I Women’s Soccer Championship Committee when she was the associate athletic director at the University of Alabama, and she was the first woman to serve on the NCAA Division III Football Championships Committee. She currently serves on the nominating committee for NACWAA and on the North Region Men’s Lacrosse Championship Committee.

 

A 1976 graduate of Mount Union College, Warren received her bachelor’s degree in Education. She also has a master’s degree from Mount Union, with an emphasis in Education Administration.

Eric Fernandez selected to North-South All-Star game

The United States Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association announced the rosters for the 2010 Division III North-South Senior All-Star game, which will be held on Friday, May 28 at 3 pm at Goucher College and Marymount's Eric Fernandez was one of the long-pole midfielders chosen for the South squad.

Fernandez was selected after playing in all 16 games for the Saints this season.  He was the leading scorer for MU from the defensive end of the field, finishing with eight goals, including one game-winning goal and three assists.  He was seventh overall in scoring for the team this season. 

He also led the Saints in caused turnovers with 23 for the season and was second in ground balls with 63.  For his career, he is 13th all-time in ground balls with 206 and finished with 13 goals and 11 assists.  He played in 59 of 60 games during his four years. 

Fernandez will join four other Capital Athletic Conference players on the South team.  That number does not include any players from Salisbury which will be playing in the national championship game this weekend. 

 

Ashley Dodge captures region honors

For the second consecutive year, Marymount senior goalkeeper, Ashley Dodge, has been named to the IWLCA's Second Team Boardwalk Region in women's lacrosse. 

She adds this honor to her place on the Capital Athletic Conference First Team.  (See story immediately below this for more information.)

Ashley Dodge and Stephanie Flood win All CAC honors

Senior goalkeeper Ashley Dodge won First Team All Capital Athletic Conference honors and freshman Stephanie Flood made the Second Team in women's lacrosse.

This is Dodge's second time on an all conference team, moving up from the second team a year ago.  She led the conference this season in saves per game with 11.14 per contest.  She is now in third place among MU goalies, with 276 career saves. 

Dodge had a .429 save percentage for the 2010 season, facing 471 shots from opponents.  In 2009, she was named to the All Region team in addition to her all conference honors.

Flood, who also played soccer during her freshman season, was the third leading scorer on the team from her defender position. 

She ended her rookie season with 20 goals and two assists for a total of 22 points.  She also had 38 ground balls, 16 draw controls and 15 caused turnovers in all 14 of the Saints' games in 2010. 

 

Hall of Fame Candidates Inducted

(To view pictures from the 2010 Marymount University Athletics Hall of Fame, please click here.)

The Marymount University Athletics Hall of Fame inducted its fifth class on Saturday, May 1.  Joining the Hall of Fame were Dallas Crawley, '03; Erin McCarthy orr, '99; Brian Rosenberger, '99; and Shaun Timothy, '00.  In addition, Jack Murphy and Barry Summerfield were inducted into the Hall of Friends.  (See pix below)

From left:  Jack Murphy, Brian Rosenberger, Barry Summerfield, Shaun Timothy, Erin McCarthy Orr and Dallas Crawley. 

Crawley was a standout forward for the Saints' men's basketball program.  He was a three-time first team All Capital Athletic Conference honoree and is MU's all-time leader in career and season rebounds and career, season and single game blocks.

He was introduced by former men's basketball coach, Chuck Driesell.  Driesell called Crawley an athlete, who played with his heart and spoke about his unselfishness and being a team player. 

McCarthy Orr became the first women's lacrosse player to go into the Hall.  She was on the first Marymount varsity team and was the career leader in goals, assists and points when she graduated.  Her career goal record (124) held until last season.  She also held all the single season and single game scoring records when she finished her play at MU.  McCarthy played three years on the soccer team as well. 

Former MU coach, Suzanne Mackay was on hand to introduce McCarthy to the Hall attendees.  She spoke about the respect Erin garnered from her opponents and how she was a leader on the first MU teams.

Rosenberger was the CAC Player of the Year in men's lacrosse in 1998.  Since Salisbury entered the CAC in 1995, he is the only non-Salisbury player to win Player of the Year honors.  He finished his three years at Marymount with 84 goals and 117 points.  He still holds the single-game scoring mark with 10 points.

Dave Webster, MU's first men's lacrosse coach, was in attendance to welcome Rosenberger to the Hall of Fame.  He spoke of Brian's leadership and how other teams had to mark him but he still found a way to score.  And told the crowd that fittingly, Brian put together a 10-point game, in his last collegiate game.   

Timothy was the first male swimmer to win a CAC championship.  He took top honors in 2000 in both the 50 and 100 freestyle events.  He held school records in four different events when he graduated and was a CAC scholar athlete.

Head coach Mike Clark told the crowd of the skinny swimmer who started his freshman year at Marymount and worked harder than anyone else to make himself into a champion.   

Jack Murphy entered the Hall of Friends for his volunteer service to the Marymount Athletic Department for over 20 years.  Murphy has been the scoreboard operator for the women's basketball team for at least 23 years -- the first 10 years of his service he did double duty, doing the men's basketball games as well.  In addition, he has worked as a scorer for volleyball, soccer games and as a timer for lacrosse contests. 

Barry Summerfield has a similar resume with the athletic department going back at least 25 years.  He claims he was drafted by the former MU Athletic Director, Laurie Priest, one day when he was at an event as a fan to run the shot clock.  And it's stuck -- he's done the women's basketball games since then and like, Murphy, did the men's games also for 10 years.  He also has helped out in other sports when needed. 

Athletic Director Bill Finney introduced both gentlemen who are avid Saints' fans and are present at many MU athletic events, both home and away. 

President James Bundschuh closed the ceremony by thanking the honorees for their years of dedication to Marymount. 


Billy, Morch are Athletes of the Year

Junior women’s basketball player Amanda Billy and senior swimmer Bryan Morch were named the Female and Male Athletes of the Year for Marymount University as announced at the student-athlete’s annual banquet.

In addition, at the awards ceremony, the Dr. Linda McMahon Female and Male Scholar Athletes of the Year were presented as well as the team Coach’s Award winners and the James Shelton Student-Athlete Award.

 

Billy, a starting guard on the team which finished 28-2 and advanced to the NCAA Sweet 16, was First Team All CAC, the team’s leading scorer and was second in the nation in three-pointers made this season. She hit 95 long-range shots which was a new record for Marymount and the Capital Athletic Conference. She also set new conference and school records for three-pointers in a game – with eight in the opening game of the season.

The Syracuse native also played in every game this season and as head coach Bill Finney pointed out in presenting the award was probably the only player who ran every sprint in every practice this season – on a team that had more than its fair share of injuries this season. Billy also won the annual team Coach’s Award.

 

Morch, a senior from Manassas, Virginia, was part of the All Conference 200 free relay team at the Capital Athletic Conference championships this year. He was also a finalist in the 200 fly (7 th place) and the 100 fly (4 th place).

During the regular season, he was asked to swim in many different events. He took nine first places in four different individual races (100 fly, 200 IM, 200 free, 200 fly) and in three firsts in relay races. Morch also won the Coach’s Award for men’s swimming.

Two lacrosse players walked off with the annual awards for academic excellence. These plaques were presented by Dr. Linda McMahon, former vice president of Student Activities. Maria Eiden, a senior from Easton, Maryland, won the women’s award with a grade point average of 3.9 (out of 4.0). Tom Anderson, a Yorktown graduate, outplaced the other male student-athletes with a 3.8 GPA for the two semesters for which the award is given.

And another men’s lacrosse player, senior Joe Gagliardi (Carney’s Point, N.J.) was the winner of the James Shelton Student-Athlete Award. This award is presented to the student-athlete who personifies the “positive nature, loyalty, team-first attitude, and commitment to Marymount” for which Shelton was known.

Twelve Coach’s Awards were presented to a member of each team. In cross country, coach Josh Merck gave his awards to senior Clarissa Hernandez (El Paso, Tex.) and freshman Udit Bhatnager (Arlington, Va.).

The women’s soccer award, presented by coach Gayle Wilson, went to freshman Gaby Prellezo (Coral Gables, Fla.). Coach Keith Moser gave the men’s soccer award to senior Chris Tipton (Severn, Md.). Senior Liz Paccione (Demarest, N.J.) won the volleyball award presented by coach Beth Ann Wilson.

The men’s basketball award was presented by coach Chris Rogers to senior Redell Spinks (Lanham, Md.). Sophomore Anna Macedonia (Annandale, Va.) won the women’s swimming award given by coach Mike Clark.

Senior Sara Horne (Severna Park, Md.) won the women’s lacrosse coach’s award presented by coach Jamie Reynolds. Graduate student Alex Curley (Richmond) took home the men’s lacrosse award given by coach Jon Reynolds. And the golf plaque was awarded to freshman Peter Johns (Potomac, Md.) by coach Brent Williams.

Golfers take 4th place at CACs

With every Marymount golfer scoring lower on the second and final day of competition at the Capital Athletic Conference championship tournament, the Saints moved from their fifth place position after the first day into fourth place ahead of Hood College.  In addition, freshman Peter Johns was seventh overall, good for Second Team All CAC.

MU entered the final day of the championship four strokes behind Hood College.  The Saints improved their team score by 13 points from Saturday's play while Hood only improved its score by one shot putting MU four shots ahead of the Blazers and in fourth place for the tournament.

Peter Johns led the way for the Saints, shooting a 77 on Sunday and a total of 155 for the championship, which placed him in a tie for seventh place.  Tom Donovan, shot one better on Sunday with a 78, (158 total) and tied for 11th place, missing the All Conference team by one stroke.

Max Brouse and Jon Watson each took five shots off their Saturday rounds.  Brouse shot a 79 on Sunday and finished in a tie for 17th, while Watson shot an 80 and finished the two days with a 165, tied for 19th place.  Nicholas Ryerson had an 86, two shots lower than the first day and was 26th overall.

The team round on Sunday was 314, which was the low round of the season for the Saints and is tied for ninth for all-time team low rounds at Marymount. 

Head Coach Brent Williams was enthused about the Saints' performances at the championship.  He said, "I really feel good about how they played in the tournament."  He is looking to build on this experience for the fall season.

Wesley College took home the CAC title, with a team total of 601 for the two rounds.  York College finished second with 612 strokes while Stevenson was third with 630.  The Saints shot 641 and Hood had 645.   

Brown, Finney get All Region Honors

Senior forward Kathleen Brown and head coach Bill Finney each received Women's Basketball All-Atlantic Region honors from D3hoops.com.

Brown, who finished her career at Marymount with 1,429 points and 794 rebounds, was named to the second team, all region.  It is the third year in a row that Brown has made an all-region team. 

For Finney, it is his first time winning regional honors from D3hoops.com.  He also won the WBCA regional coaching honors this season along with the award given by the Capital Athletic Conference. 

The Saints won the CAC championship this year and advanced to the Sweet 16 of the NCAA tournament.  They finished with a record of 28-2. 

Saints deliver Happy Hats to Inova

Aimee Michels, Meryem Noucair, Sam Spencer, Davon Speight, Jeff Cook and Alex Curley represented the Marymount Student Athlete Advisory Committee and delivered the hats that MU student-athletes made to Inova Fairfax Hospital for Children. 

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Billy, White, Brown named All CAC, Finney is Coach of Year

The Saints (26-1) led the way in the Capital Athletic Conference individual season honors after they captured the CAC championship last weekend.  Senior guard Terell White and junior guard Amanda Billy were both named to the First Team All CAC while senior forward Kathleen Brown made the Second Team.  Head Coach Bill Finney was named Coach of the Year for the fifth time. 

Marymount had a conference-best three players on the 10-member 2010 All-CAC squad.  For White, she previously was a second team honoree in 2008.  Brown was a first team honoree each of the past two years.  This is Billy's first time making the squad.

The three are listed throughout among the conference statistic leaders.  (Note:  To be listed in the CAC statistics, a player must participate in 75 percent of the team's games.  Kathleen Brown, due to an injury at the start of the season, has not reached that threshhold but she is listed below where she would fall among conference leaders in the different categories.)

All three players are among the conference scoring leaders -- Brown is 6th averaging 13.1 points per game; Billy is 7th at 12.9 points and White is 14th at 10.6 points a contest.  Brown is 11th in rebounding (6.6 per game) and she is tops in field goal percentage (.632).  White is 15th in that same area and was 2nd in assist/turnover ratio.

White is 2nd in assists per game (3.9) while she is 5th in free-throw percentage (.728).  Brown is 3rd in free-throw percentage (.745).  Billy is 1st in made three-pointers with 84 or 3.1 per game and 3rd in 3-point field goal percentage (.392). 

The All Conference selection are voted on by the conference coaches. 

Tarek Ammoury named to All Conference Team

Sophomore guard Tarek Ammoury was Marymount's lone representative on the Capital Athletic Conference's post-season squad.  He was awarded Second Team honors, adding to his Rookie of the Year award last season.

Ammoury led the team in scoring with 16.8 points per game and was 5th in the CAC.  he was 6th in the conference in rebounding with 6.5 per contest and 13th in field goal percentage (.473).  He also was 14th in free throw percentage (.673) and 15th in blocks. 

The All Conference selection are voted on by the conference coaches. 

Amanda Billy named 2010 Academic All District

Junior guard Amanda Billy was selected to the 2010 ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District team, selected by the College Sports Information Directors of America.

Billy, a mathematics major with a 3.64 grade point average, was named to the District III second team.  The Syracuse, N.Y. native is a Dean's List student.

Currently, she is averaging 13.2 points per game which places her sixth in the Capital Athletic Conference in scoring.  She is averaging 3.0 three-pointers a game, which leads the conference and is 11th in the nation among NCAA Division III players.  She also is fifth in the CAC in 3-point field goal percentage (.358). 

She set a new single game Marymount record this season for three-pointers, hitting for eight in the season's opener against Gallaudet.  She currently in the second place for a single-season three-point record for the Saints with 64. 

This marks the fourth consecutive year that a Marymount women's basketball players has been named to the Academic All District Team.  Stephanie Witko was honored in 2007 and Kathleen Brown in 2008 and 2009. 

To qualify for the ESPN The Magazine Academic All-America program, a student-athlete must be a starter or significant reserve on her basketball team, at least a sophomore in class and maintain at least a 3.30 cumulative grade point average. 

Anna Macedonia is CAC Athlete of the Week

For the second time this season, Anna Macedonia was named Capital Athlete Conference Athlete of the Week in women's swimming.  She won the honor this time for the week ending January 24.

She won five individual events and was part two winning relay teams as the Saints defeated Gallaudet, Frostburg and Catholic in two double dual meets over the weekend.  MU lost to Washington & Lee in the Catholic meet.

Macedonia won the 100 backstroke (1:00.25) and the 200 IM (2:16.83) and was on the 200 medley relay team on Friday and on Saturday touched first in the 100 back (1:00.38), the 200 IM (2:16.25), the 200 back (2:12.29) and was part of the 400 free relay. 

Saints raise $1000+ for Haiti victims

The Saints collected donations for the American Red Cross for the victims in Haiti at its January 18 Capital Athletic Conference doubleheader against Hood College.  In lieu of their admission costs, fans were asked to donate instead.

The crowd donated $1039 dollars, which the University administration has promised to match. 

"It was gratifying to see the Marymount community come together for such a good cause," said athletic director Bill Finney.  "We can only hope our gifts will help ease some of the suffering that the Haitian people have endured."

Fans also observed a moment of silent prayer for Haiti and its victims and survivors prior to the women's game. 

Tarek Ammoury is CAC Athlete of the Week

Sophomore guard, Tarek Ammoury, was named Capital Athletic Conference Athlete of the Week for the week ending Janaury 10 in men's basketball.

Ammoury led the Saints to two CAC wins during the week.  In the overtime win over previously undefeated in the conference, York College, he had 30 points and 11 rebounds.  He also had a "double-double" in the road win over Salisbury, finishing with 20 points and 10 boards.

He shot 13-24 from the floor for the week -- or 54. 2 percent and was 23-33 (69.7 percent) from the free-throw line. 

Currently, Ammoury is second in the CAC in scoring averaging 20.3 points per game and is fourth in rebounding (6.9/game). 

Kathleen Brown is CAC Athlete of the Week

For the second consecutive time, Kathleen Brown is the Capital Athletic Conference Athlete of the Week in women's basketball for the week ending January 3.  She also won for the week ending December 20, the last time it was awarded.

Brown, who was named the Most Valuable Player for the MU Holiday Classic, scored 47 points, had 24 rebounds and four blocks for the three games of the week.  She shot 16-23 from the floor (69.6 percent) and had game-highs with 21 points and 11 rebounds in the championship win over Montclair State. 

Kathleen Brown is CAC Athlete of the Week

Senior forward Kathleen Brown was named Capital Athletic Conference Athlete of the Week in women's basketball for the week ending December 20.

Brown, a preseason All American, returned to the court in the Saints' sixth game of the season.  She won the CAC honors for her second and third games of the season in the Cruzin' Classic in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida against Adrian College and North Central College. 

She had 33 points, nine rebounds, three assists and no turnovers in the two wins.  She shot 60 percent from the floor and 90 percent from the free throw line as she helped the Saints to their 9-0 record. 

Anna Macedonia is CAC Athlete of the Week

Sophomore swimmer, Anna Macedonia, was named co-Capital Athletic Conference Athlete of the Week in women's swimming for the week ending December 6.

Macedonia was the only Saints, male or female, to win an event at the Franklin & Marshall Invitational.  She touched first in the 100 backstroke while registering a NCAA "B" cut time, touching the wall in 59.32.  She also was 3rd in the 200 backstroke (2:12.02) and 5th in the 50 freestyle (24.98). 

Her time in the 100 back was six-hundreths of a second off the Marymount record, set by Nina Kuziel in 2003 at the conference championships. 

Christina LaVigna named All CAC in Volleyball

Senior hitter, Christina LaVigna was named Second Team All Capital Athletic Conference for volleyball.  She is the lone Saint to appear on the two all conference teams.

LaVigna, who finished her four year career with 1337 kills and 1255 digs, led the team in total kills and was second in digs.  She led the team in service aces with 47 and was second in total blocks with 49.

She was 8th in the CAC in kills per set with 2.73 and also 8th in the conference in service aces per set with 0.43. 

DIRECTIONS TO HOME SOCCER AND LACROSSE CONTESTS

QUINCY FIELD

From Marymount:  go left onto Glebe Road and stay on Glebe for approximately 1.5 miles to Washington Boulevard; go left on Washington Boulevard to Quincy Street.  The field is at the intersection of Washington Boulevard and Quincy on the right.

WASHINGTON-LEE HIGH SCHOOL

From Marymount:  go left onto Glebe Road and stay on Glebe for approximately 1.5 miles to Washington Boulevard; go left on Washington Boulevard to Stafford Street.  The field is at the intersection of Washington Boulevard and Stafford on the left.

WAKEFIELD HIGH SCHOOL

From Marymount:  go left onto Glebe Road then right onto 26th Street.  Go left onto George Mason Drive and continue for approximately five miles.  Go left on Columbus Street, which becomes Chesterfield.  The school and field are on the right.

GUNSTON FIELD

Gunston Field, 2700 Lang Street, Arlington:  From the main campus, go left on Glebe Road and continue past I-395 (still on Glebe) and then take a left on Lang Street. 

 

 

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Upcoming Schedule

 

Results

Sunday, April 25

Golf at CAC championship at Wild Quail Country Club -- Second Round

SAINTS, 4th of 5 teams

Saturday, April 24

Golf at the CAC championship -- First Round  SAINTS, 5th of 5 teams

Tuesday, April 20

Golf at Messiah Spring Falcon Classic

SAINTS 10th of 13 teams 

Saturday, April 17 Women's lacrosse

St. Mary's 17

SAINTS 10 -- CAC Quarterfinals

Thursday, April 15 Men's lacrosse

Salisbury 22

SAINTS 7

Congratulations to:

Ashley Dodge, Second Team, IWLCA All Boardwalk Region, women's lacrosse

Ashley Dodge, First Team All CAC, women's lacrosse

Stephanie Flood, Second Team All CAC, women's lacrosse

Amanda Billy, women's basketball, MU Female Athlete of the Year

Bryan Morch, men's swimming, MU Male Athlete of the Year

Maria Eiden, women's lacrosse, Dr. Linda McMahon Female Scholar Athlete

Tom Anderson, men's lacrosse, Dr. Linda McMahon Male Scholar Athlete

Joe Gagliardi, men's lacrosse, James Shelton Student-Athlete winner

Peter Johns, Second Team All CAC, men's golf

Amanda Billy, Second Team All State, women's basketball

Kathleen Brown, Second Team, D3hoops.com region, women's basketball

Coach Bill Finney, WBCA Region 3 Coach of the Year, women's basketball/D3hoops.com Atlantic Region Coach of the Year

Amanda Billy, First Team, All CAC, women's basketball

Terell White, First Team, All CAC, women's basketball

Coach Bill Finney, CAC Coach of the Year, women's basketball

Tarek Ammoury, Second Team, All CAC, men's basketball

Kathleen Brown, Second Team, All CAC, women's basketball

Anna Macedonia, CAC Athlete of the Week, women's swimming (Jan. 24)

Tarek Ammoury, CAC Athlete of the Week, men's basketball (Jan. 10)

Kathleen Brown, Women's basketball, MVP MU Holiday Classic

Tara Eddy, Women's basketball, All Tournament, MU Holiday Classic

Tarek Ammoury, Men's basketball, All Tournament, MU Holiday Classic

Terell White, Women's basketball, MVP Marymount Marine Tip-Off

Maame Amponsah, Women's basketball, All Tournament, Marymount Marine Tip-Off

Amanda Billy, Women's basketball, All Tournament, Marymount Marine Tip-Off

Tarek Ammoury, Men's basketball, MVP Geneva Tournament

Ronnie Barbour, Men's basketball, All Tournament, Geneva Tournament

Christina LaVigna, Second Team All Capital Athletic Conference, Volleyball

Kathleen Brown, Women's basketball, D3hoops.com Preseason All American (4th team)

Christina LaVigna, CAC Athlete of the Week, Volleyball (Oct. 18)

Christina LaVigna, Volleyball, All Tournament, Baruch Invitational

Paul Decker, CAC Athlete of the Week, men's soccer (Oct. 4)

William Brahmstedt, CAC Athlete of the Week, men's soccer (Sept. 27)

Christina LaVigna, Volleyball, All Tournament, Catholic Invitational

Philippe Millogo, CAC Athlete of the Week, men's soccer (Sept. 13)

Jaimie Nguyen, Women's soccer, All Tournament Team, DC Classic

Rebecca Zimmerman, Women's soccer, All Tournament, DC Classic

     
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