WILLIAMSBURG, Va. – The William and Mary women’s basketball team celebrated its 2013-14 season with its annual postseason awards banquet on Thursday, April 17.
At the event, head coach Ed Swanson and his staff announced the winners of the team’s internal awards. The six awards that were presented recognized players for their work in the classroom, on the court, and in the community. Junior Kyla Kerstetter earned the academic excellence award for her performance in the classroom this past year. The coaches award was given to freshman Alexis Hofstaedter, while senior Victoria Willems garnered the community service award. The final in-house team award was the Tribe Pride Award, which was given to junior Jazmen Boone.
The final two awards were the Psychedelic Award, which is presented to a current W&M player from the Class of 1981, and the Sixth Man Award. The Psychedelic Award was presented to senior Kaitlyn Mathieu, for her work in the classroom, on the floor and as a leader. The Sixth Man Award was presented to former Tribe player Nancy Scott (’81). Scott, who was a guard during her time with the team, continues to support the Tribe basketball program in many facets, including the presentation of the Psychedelic Award.
William and Mary completed its first-season under new head coach Marlena Tremba were all honored by the CAA with postseason honors.. The Tribe had four players finish the season in double-figures scoring, while Mathieu, Boone, Kerstetter, and freshman
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6th Man Award: Nancy Scott