2012-13 Women's Basketball Standings
Division II
 SchoolRegion XIXOverallGSACEPAC
  * - RCBC17-1.94422-7.75910-01.000
  * - Harcum16-2.88921-9.7001-1.500
  # - Union13-5.72220-10.6673-3.500
  * - Manor10-8.55611-12.4782-1.667
  * - Del Tech Stanton9-9.50017-14.548
 Salem CC6-12.3338-16.333
 Mercer CC4-14.2226-20.2313-6.333
 Essex CC3-14.1768-19.2961-7.125
 Raritan Valley0-0.0001-7.1251-01.000
Division III
 SchoolRegion XIXOverallGSACEPAC
  * - Northampton10-01.00024-2.92310-01.000
  * - Passaic15-3.83319-6.76015-3.833
  * - Cumberland14-4.77823-5.82114-4.778
  * - Brookdale14-4.77823-10.69714-4.778
  * - Lehigh Carbon7-3.70012-6.6677-3.700
  * - Ocean11-7.61118-14.56311-7.611
  # - Harrisburg Area CC6-4.6009-6.6006-4.600
  * - Middlesex10-8.55614-12.53810-8.556
  * - Atlantic Cape9-9.50013-12.5209-9.500
  * - Luzerne CCC5-5.5007-9.4385-5.500
  @ - Montgomery2-8.2004-22.1542-8.200
 Delaware County CC0-0.0000-10.0000-0.000
* - qualified for postseason
# - chose not to participate in postseason
@ - qualified for postseason as top 4 in EPAC
Women's Basketball Headlines
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Women's Basketball - Tue, Nov. 24, 2015 at 1:15 PM

Schnecksville, Pa.- Lackawanna College Women's Basketball Player Kwanza Murray has been named EPAC Athlete of the Week, as announced by the league office.

Murray a sophomore from Summerville, SC led her team to a 2-0 week while putting up two double doubles. In those games she averaged 22.5 points and 12.5 rebounds. She shot 53% from the field, 57% from 3 point line and 77% from the free throw line. Against Manor College she put up a career high 30 points. 

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Garden State Athletic Conference - Wed, Oct. 21, 2015

Toms River, NJ - The 2015 All-Garden State Athletic Conference Soccer Teams have been released by the GSAC Soccer Committee.  To view the teams, click here!

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Women's Basketball - Sun, Mar. 15, 2015

BETHLEHEM, Pa. - The Cumberland County College women's basketball team finished 5th at the NJCAA National Tournament held at Northampton Community College March 12-14.

The Dukes defeated Mesabi Range College (MN) 71-56 in the opening round, lost to top-seeded Roxbury (MA), 89-70, in the second round and fell to #3 Mohawk Valley (NY), 70-60, on Saturday.

Caroline Santiago was named to the All-Tournament team as the Dukes finished the 2015 season with an overall record of 25-3.

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Women's Basketball - Thu, Mar. 5, 2015

EDISON, NJ - Middlesex County College sophomore Quorea Peayer has been named Region XIX Division III Player of the Year in a vote conducted by league coaches.  Peayer led the Colts to a #2 seed in the Region XIX Tournament and an overall record of 22-6.

First Team All-Region

Quorea Peayer (Middlesex)

Mayra Trapp (Brookdale)

Taylor Ford (Harrisburg)

Caroline Santiago (Cumberland)

Laquil McKnight (Passaic)


Second Team All-Region

Sachara Lopez (Cumberland)

Nicole Amann (Northampton)

Jovan Childers (Cumberland)

Selena Santiago (Atlantic Cape)

Alexandra Becker (Middlesex)


Third Team All-Region

April Szymczyk (Ocean)

Jennifer Shereyka (Middlesex)

Catherine Webster (Harrisburg)

Lauren Thompsonn (Northampton)

Paxton Reddington (Brookdale)

Antoinette Winchester (RCGC)

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Women's Basketball - Tue, Mar. 3, 2015

RANDOLPH, NJ - Zhane Robinson of Union County College has been named Region XIX Division II Player of the Year by the league coaches. The Owls captured the Region XIX title and Head Coach Cheryl Bell was named Coach of the Year.

First Team All-Region Division II

Zhane Robinson (Union)

Taylor Jones (Harcum)

Jasmine Poole (Burlington)

Dominique Williams (Manor)

Kayla Henderson (Lackawanna)

Kwanza Murray (Lackawanna)


Second Team All Region 

Shanice Wright (Union)

Maya Mosley (Harcum)

Cierra Wilson (Burlington)

Shanique Graves (Essex)

Darrian Johnson (Lackawanna)

Shay Owen (Valley Forge)

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