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2022-23 CoBL-Area D-III Awards (Women's)

04/27/2023, 11:45am EDT
By CoBL Staff

CoBL Staff (@hooplove215)

The 2022-23 was yet another successful year for the area’s Division III women’s programs, with a litany of teams receiving accolades in the form of postseason victories — four area schools reached the NCAA Tournament, three won a tournament game, and a fifth took home an ECAC championship — conference awards, all-conference mentions, and more. 

Here are our picks for CoBL All-Area Division III women’s basketball awards for the 2022-23 season: 

2022-23 CoBL Division III Women's Basketball Teams

Elizabethtown sophomore Summer McNulty (above) is the CoBL D-III Women's Basketball Player of the Year. (Photo courtesy Elizabethtown College Athletics)


Summer McNulty — So. | G | Elizabethtown
McNulty, a WBCA and All-America selection, was arguably the most pivotal piece in Elizabethtown’s 2022-23 run to the NCAA Tournament — its first back-to-back postseason bids since the mid 1990s — leading the way for the Blue Jays in scoring (18.3 ppg) while shooting a blistering 47.7 percent from three-point range. The sophomore also pitched in a team-high 3.1 apg, and landed an All-Landmark Conference First Team nod after ranking among the league’s Top 10 in all major scoring categories, including second in made field goals. McNulty had a stellar performance in Elizabethtown’s NCAA Tournament First Round win over Stevens, logging 24 points and nine boards. 


Megan Bealer — Sr. | F | DeSales
Bealer played a major role in DeSales nearly unbeatable 2022-23 season; the Bulldogs lost just one game in the regular season, by one point, on the road, against an NCAA Tournament-bound Stevens team. Bealer led the way in scoring with 14.6 ppg, while adding 6.1 rpg, 2.7 apg and 3.8 spg. The senior and Souderton product posted an explosive stat line in DeSales’ NCAA Tournament First Round win over Mitchell, racking up 27 points, five rebounds, seven assists and nine steals. Bealer was named MAC Freedom Defensive Player of the Year, earned a First Team All-Conference selection, and ranked in the nation’s Top 15 for steals. 

Gabby Boggs — Gr. | F | Albright
On the wings of a strong season for a successful Albright squad — the Lions finished 18-8, but came up short in the opening round of MAC Commonwealth postseason play and missed the NCAA Tournament — Boggs was honored as the 2022-23 MAC Commonwealth Player of the Year, as well as the league’s Defensive Player of the Year. Boggs averaged a double-double with 14.1 ppg and 10.8 rpg, to go with 3.0 apg and 1.9 bpg. She shot 47.9 percent from the field, and opened the season with a stunning streak of nine games with at least 12 points and 12 rebounds.  

Lauren Klieber — So. | G | Neumann
While Neumann hovered near .500 most of this season, ultimately finishing the campaign at 13-14, Klieber logged some of the strongest numbers in the area, averaging 22.3 points and 9.9 rebounds — just four total boards shy of a double-double average. A First Team All-Atlantic East selection, Klieber led the conference in scoring by more than four ppg, while finishing just 0.1 rpg shy of the league’s top slot in rebounding. Klieber, a West Chester East alum, was efficient in all areas, shooting .436/.341/.777 on the season, and logged eight contests with 25 or more points, including a 33-point, 12-of-19 showing in a close February loss to Gwynedd Mercy. 

Ally Landau — Jr. | G | Haverford
CoBL’s Division III Rookie of the Year in 2021-22, Landau backed up her breakout campaign with another strong season in 2022-23, averaging 17.1 points, 5.5 rebounds and 3.0 assists, en route to her second-straight All-Centennial Conference First Team nod. Landau had several key performances for a Haverford team that finished the season 16-10 and reached the Centennial Conference semifinals, none more eye-catching than scoring 36 of her team’s 58 points while shooting 6-of-12 from beyond the arc in a conference tournament win over Muhlenberg. 

Mackenzie Szlosek — So. | G | Gettysburg
The Centennial Conference Player of the Year and WBCA All-American was productive in all areas, averaging 13.4 points, 6.3 rebounds, and 1.9 assists for a 21-7 Gettysburg team that earned its conference tournament title and reached the NCAA Tournament before a first-round loss to SUNY New Paltz. Szlosek was the top scorer and second-highest rebounder for the Bullets, posted strong shooting numbers at .474/.388/.763, and played a crucial role in Gettysburg’s conference title run, averaging 16 points and nine boards in the Centennial Conference Tournament while blocking four shots in the championship game.

Ursinus sophomore Chinwe Irondi tallied 13 double-doubles this season. (Photo: Owen McCue/CoBL)


Reese Harden — Jr. | G | Messiah 
As the starting point guard for an elite Messiah squad that went 26-3, went unbeaten in conference play, won a MAC Commonwealth title and reached the NCAA Tournament Round of 32, Harden averaged a do-it-all stat line of 12.8 points, 3.8 rebounds, 2.9 assists and 1.6 steals. A consistent scoring presence, Harden logged double-digit scoring in 21 of 29 contests, and earned First Team All-MAC Commonwealth honors.  

Chinwe Irondi — So. | F | Ursinus
Irondi logged 13 double-doubles on the 2022-23 season and scored in double digits in 22 of 25 contests, en route to her second straight First Team All-Centennial Conference selection. The 6-foot forward averaged a double-double with 17.2 ppg and 10.2 rpg, to go with 1.6 bpg. She shot exactly 50 percent from the field, and went out on a high note, averaging 24 points and 10.5 rebounds in the Bears’ final two games.

Clair Marion — So. | G | Dickinson
Dickinson’s season came up short in the first round of Centennial Conference postseason play, but Marion played a key role in the Red Devils’ 17-8 campaign. Marion had a versatile stat sheet in 2022-23, averaging 14.0 points, 4.7 rebounds, 2.8 assists and 2.5 steals. Marion, who finished among the top five in scoring in the Centennial Conference, was named to the league’s First Team.

Mikaela Reese — Jr. | F | DeSales
Reese was one of a handful of key pieces on a balanced — and nearly unbeatable — DeSales team. She chipped in a good bit of everything, averaging 11.0 points, 6.5 boards, 2.5 steals, 2.4 blocks — which led the conference — and 1.7 assists, and ultimately earned First Team All-MAC Freedom honors. Among an array of productive outings, Reese logged 15 points, seven boards, four steals and three blocks in the Bulldogs’ NCAA Tournament win over Mitchell.

DaniRae Renno — So. | F | Elizabethtown
The leading rebounder on Elizbaethtown’s 23-5 NCAA Tournament team with 8.3 rpg, Renno added 13.9 ppg, shot 54.5 percent from the field — a conference best — and earned First Team All-Landmark Conference honors. Renno logged a conference-leading 1.7 bpg, and finished the season with nine double-doubles, including 10 points and 17 rebounds in the Blue Jays’ conference tournament win over Catholic.

Elise Sylvester — Sr. | G | Gwynedd Mercy
Sylvester, who was named to the All-Atlantic East First Team, and ranked among the league’s top five in points (17.2 ppg), assists (3.2 apg) and steals (1.9 spg). The guard shot 38.8 percent from three-point range, and had an explosive finish to her senior season, averaging 21.4 points in the Griffins’ final six regular season games, including 32 points in a regular season finale win at Cabrini. 

Gwynedd Mercy senior forward Hayley Crossley was a first team All-Atlantic Eat selection. (Photo: Gwynedd Mercy Athletics)


Hayley Crossley — Sr. | F | Gwynedd Mercy
An All-Atlantic East First Team selection for the second straight year and the conference’s Defensive Player of the Year, Crossley led the Atlantic East in rebounding (10.0 rpg), assists (3.7 apg) and steals (2.3 spg), while tacking on 16.4 ppg. Crossley came within close striking distance of a triple-double on multiple occasions, including a 25-point, 10-rebound, seven-assist outing in a Jan. 21 loss to Cabrini. 

Jordan Karmonick — Jr. | G | Alvernia
Karmonick contributed 11.2 ppg, 7.4 rpg and 3.1 apg to Alvernia’s ECAC championship team. She earned an All-MAC Commonwealth First Team nod, and notched three double-doubles on the season. Karmonick also came three assists shy of a triple-double in a Jan. 14 win over Hood, logging 25 points, 10 rebounds and seven assists while connecting on 5-of-6 three-pointers. 

Haley Keenan — Jr. | G | Delaware Valley
Keenan, a Bensalem product, rode a productive season on both sides of the ball — featuring 16.7 ppg, 4.4 rpg and 3.1 spg — to a First Team All-MAC Freedom selection. After exploding out of the gates this season — to the tune of 26, 22, 24 and 30 points in four or her first five games — Keenan provided a consistent scoring presence on the Aggies’ 12-14 campaign, and logged six games of 25 or more points.

Kayla Robinson — Sr. | F | Haverford
Robinson, the Centennial Conference’s Defensive Player of the Year, finished third nationally in rebounds with 14.3 per game, and was tied for first nationally with 21 double-doubles, to go with 13.0 ppg. The senior was selected to the All-Centennial Conference Second Team, and set a Centennial Conference single-game record with 27 rebounds — to go with 11 points — in the Ford’s conference tournament win over Muhlenberg. 

Tessa Zamolyi — Gr. | F | Moravian
Zamolyi, a Misericordia transfer, averaged a double-double in her first season at Moravian, finishing the year with an impressive 15.3 ppg and 11.0 rpg — while shooting .479/.357/.776 — en route to a First Team All-Landmark Conference nod. The 5-10 forward logged 16 double-doubles, chipped in 1.7 apg, and posted an impressive 27 points and 11 rebounds in the Greyhounds’ February 4 upset of Elizabethtown. 

Bradi Zumbrum — Sr. | F | York
The 6-foot forward was the MAC Commonwealth’s leading scorer (17.9 ppg), shooting 44.7 percent from the floor, and fourth leading rebounder (8.3 ppg) as she earned first team all-conference honors. She was also fourth in the conference in blocks (31) and was second on York in steals (32) as she received all-conference honors for the first time in her career. 

Messiah junior forward Morgan Adams helped her team to a 26-3 season. (Photo: Messiah Athletics)


Morgan Adams — Jr. | F | Messiah
The most efficient field goal shooter among all MAC Commonwealth athletes at 51.9 percent, Adams earned a Second Team All-Conference nod. Her 8.0 rpg, good for fifth in the league, paired well with 10.9 ppg and 1.2 bpg, as Adams played a major role in Messiah’s 26-3 season and run to the NCAA Tournament. Adams logged six double-doubles, and averaged 10.5 points and 11.5 rebounds across the Falcons' four conference tournament and NCAA Tournament contests.

Kate Fitzpatrick — Jr. | G | Lebanon Valley
Fitzpatrick, a First Team All-MAC Commonwealth selection, scored at an impressive clip for Lebanon Valley’s 13-13 squad, leading the way with 17.6 ppg which was good for second among all MAC Commonwealth players. She finished second in the league in three-point shooting percentage at 35.5 percent, and averaged 4.6 rebounds and 2.2 assists to boot. 

Abigail Lentowski — So. | F | Immaculata
Lentowski started just two out of 27 games for the Mighty Macs, but led the way in scoring (14.0 ppg) and rebounding (7.0 rpg) while shooting .434/.319/.833 splits. The sophomore landed among the Atlantic East’s Top 10 in both categories and finished second in free-throw percentage, ultimately earning Second Team All-Conference marks.  

Lindsey Welsh — Jr. | F | DeSales
Also one of the Bulldogs’ lead upperclassmen, Welsh averaged 10.1 points to go with 5.0 boards, 2.9 assists and 2.1 steals. Her efforts were most notable from beyond the arc, where she led the Bulldogs with a clip of 38.6 percent. Welsh finished second among all MAC Freedom free-throw shooters, connecting on 84.5 percent of her attempts at the stripe, and earned Second Team All-Conference honors. 

Kayla Williams — Jr. | F | Alvernia
Williams — a Second Team All-MAC Commonwealth selection — provided consistent production to an Alvernia team that nabbed an ECAC championship title and finished the season at 20-10. She finished third in the conference with 1.4 bpg, while landing among the league’s Top 10 rebounders with 7.3 rpg, to go with her 11.2 ppg. Williams also contributed 2.6 apg.

Megan Zimmerman — Gr. | F | Messiah
In her fifth year of action at Messiah, Zimmerman pitched in 11.4 points and 6.8 rebounds as a full-time starter on the Falcons’ 26-3 NCAA Tournament squad. Zimmerman landed on the All-MAC Commonwealth Second Team, and won the league’s tournament MVP award, averaging 15.5 points and 8.5 rebounds in the Falcons pair of conference tournament wins en route to a MAC Commonwealth title. 


Alayna Arnolie — G | Gettysburg
Arnolie jumped right in with Gettysburg’s talented NCAA Tournament squad and contributed double-digit scoring numbers at 10.8 ppg, to go with 4.3 rpg and 1.6 apg. The 5-7 guard was named Second Team All-Centennial Conference, not to mention the league’s Rookie of the Year. She averaged 14 points in Gettysburg’s three conference tournament and NCAA Tournament games — including a team-high 15 in the Bullets’ conference title game win over Johns Hopkins — and finished second on the team in scoring for the year.

Mackenzie Dover — So. | G | Albright
A Second Team All-MAC Commonwealth selection, Dover took a major leap forward in her first full season at Albright, after an abbreviated 2021-22 campaign. The sophomore doubled both her scoring and rebounding averages — 12.7 ppg and 6.9 rpg — and tripled her assists at 3.1 apg. She also chipped in 1.8 spg. Dover finished among the league’s top 10 in assists and steals, and 11th in rebounds.

Taylor Hinson — Sr. | F | Cairn
While the Highlanders struggled to a 4-20 record in 2022-23, Hinson put together another impressive statistical campaign, averaging a double-double with 21.8 ppg and 11.0 rpg; she led all CSAC players in rebounding, while finishing second in scoring. Hinson also finished second in the league in blocks (1.5 bpg), and was named to the All-CSAC Second Team. Hinson closed her senior year on a resounding note, averaging 29 points and 13.5 boards in Cairn’s last two contests.

Miranda Liebtag — Sr. | F | Cabrini
A Second Team All-Atlantic East Conference honoree, Liebtag averaged 13.5 points and 6.8 rebounds as a senior for Cabrini, and finished among the Top 10 in both categories among Atlantic East athletes. Liebtag also added 2.4 apg and 2.1 spg. The forward did it all in postseason play averaging for the Cavaliers, averaging 15.5 points, nine rebounds, 3.5 blocks, 2.5 rebounds and 2.0 assists in a pair of conference tournament contests. 

Kaitlyn Lynch — G | Sr. | Susquehanna
The top scorer on a Susquehanna team that finished 10-15, Lynch shot solid .418/.280/.800 splits and averaged 14.1 points per game en route to a Second Team All-Landmark Conference nod. Lynch landed in the Top 10 of all Landmark Conference scorers, and ranked third for free-throw percentage. 

Angela Sanders — Jr. | F | Penn State Abington
Penn State Abington struggled to a final record of 7-17, but Sanders put together a standout statistical season for the Nittany Lions, averaging 18.4 points, 10.3 rebounds, 2.9 steals and 2.1 assists. Sanders — who cracked 20 points in nine of her team’s 23 contests — earned First Team All-United East honors. Sanders closed her year on a red-hot note, averaging 24.7 points and 11.3 rebounds in the Nittany Lions’ final three contests.


Dana Bandurick — Sr. | G | Swarthmore
Delaney Bell — Fr. | G | Arcadia
Kendis Butler — Sr. | G | Penn State Harrisburg
Jordan D’Ambrosio — Sr. | G | Widener
Margaux Eripret — Gr. | F | Muhlenberg
Jade Eshelman — So. | F | Lancaster Bible
Jayla Galbreath — Sr. | G | Penn State-Harrisburg
Alyssa Hayash — So. | G | Swarthmore
Kearah Henry — Sr. | G | Bryn Athyn
Riley Hevelow — Fr. | G | Lebanon Valley
Alaysha Iwais — So. | G | Lancaster Bible
Jeriyah Johnson — Fr. | G | Eastern
Natalie Kolb — Sr. | G | Franklin & Marshall
Kate Montgomery — Sr. | F | Dickinson
Cortyln Morris — Sr. | F | Haverford
Reese Mullins — G | So. | Immaculata
Abigail Rafferty — Jr. | F | DeSales
Angel Ricks — Gr. | F | Rosemont
Julia Roth — Fr. | G | Susquehanna
Daelyn Stabler — Sr. | F | Lebanon Valley
Rachel Teats — Jr. | G | Penn College
Kennedy Wilburn — So. | F | Franklin & Marshall
Cyleigh Wilson — Jr. | G | Elizabethtown
Taryn Woodson — So. | F | Eastern
Alexis Wright — Fr. | G | Delaware Valley

2022-23 CoBL Division III All-Rookie Team

Gettysburg's Alayna Arnolie is the CoBL D-III Women's Rookie of the Year. (Photo: Gettysburg Athletics)


Alayna Arnolie — G | Gettysburg
Arnolie jumped right in with Gettysburg’s talented NCAA Tournament squad and contributed double-digit scoring numbers at 10.8 ppg, to go with 4.3 rpg and 1.6 apg. The 5-7 guard was named Second Team All-Centennial Conference, not to mention the league’s Rookie of the Year. She averaged 14 points in Gettysburg’s three conference tournament and NCAA Tournament games — including a team-high 15 in the Bullets’ conference title game win over Johns Hopkins — and finished second on the team in scoring for the year.


Delaney Bell — G | Arcadia
Bell, who started in all 27 of the Knights’ contests as a freshman, averaged close to a double-double in her first season with 8.1 ppg and 8.8 rpg, as well as 2.9 apg — her rebounding and assists numbers were both team-highs, and both ranked among the MAC Freedom’s top four. Bell averaged 15.5 points, 12 boards and 3.5 blocks in Arcadia’s two conference tournament contests, and landed on the All-MAC Freedom Second Team.

Riley Hevelow — G | Lebanon Valley
Hevelow pitched in a little bit of everything in her first year at Lebanon Valley, en route to MAC Commonwealth Rookie of the Year honors and an All-Conference Honorable Mention nod. She averaged 10.3 points and 4.9 boards on the season, to go with 1.7 assists, and cracked 20 points on four unique occasions. Hevelow had her fair share of breakout games, including a 20-point, 10-rebound, two-assist outing in a December 10 comeback win over Hood.

Ella Gordon — G | Cabrini
The Atlantic East Rookie of the Year — Cabrini’s first such honoree — started in all but two of the Cavaliers’ 28 contests and logged averages of 6.6 points, 2.2 assists and 1.9 rebounds. Gordon broke out in Cabrini’s first conference tournament game — a win over Marywood — to the tune of 24 points on 9-of-13 shooting form the field and 6-of-10 shooting from distance, with four assists and two boards to boot. 

Kaeli Romanowski — G | Elizabethtown
In just 19.6 mpg off the bench for a talented Blue Jays squad, Romanowski pitched in averages of 5.4 points — on .415/.214/.797 splits — 3.9 rebounds, 2.4 assists and 2.4 steals. She logged an impressive stat line of 10 points, three boards, seven assists and six steals in Elizabethtown’s NCAA Tournament Round of 64 win over Stevens.

Alexis Wright — F | Delaware Valley
Wright, a starter for most of her freshman season, earned Second Team All-MAC Freedom marks on the wings of a productive statistical season; her 8.0 rpg led the Aggies, and paired nicely with her 10.5 ppg. Wright found her rhythm around the calendar turn, averaging 18.6 points and 9.2 rebounds during a swing of five late-December and early-January games. 

Elizabethtown's Veronica Nolt is the CoBL D-III Women's Coach of the Year. (Photo: Elizabethtown Athletics)


Veronica Nolt — Elizabethtown
Nolt’s Elizabethtown team received no votes in’s preseason poll, but pieced together a 13-0 start, 23-5 overall season, and reached the NCAA Tournament Round of 32. Two of Nolt’s Blue Jays earned First Team All-Landmark Conference — a program first — and Elizabethtown finished as the league’s runner-up, behind only a Scranton team that went undefeated in the regular season. Elizabethtown never lost consecutive games this season, and four of its five total losses came against teams who didn’t lose until the month of March — three against Scranton, and one in the NCAA Tournament against national runner-up Christopher Newport. 

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