Maryland Local Division III Women’s Basketball Season Preview


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The Division III Women’s basketball college programs of the Baltimore area is our last stop on The Baltimore Wire’s tour around area college programs.

Stevenson was only at .500 last year but made some nice strides at the end of the season. With three returning starters in Kayla Kelly, Kyarra Harmon and Ty Bender as well as UMBC transfer Sara Tarbert, the Mustangs look like Commonwealth Conference contenders.

McDaniel made it to the ECAC South championship game last year. And with returners like Stephanie Perez, Lindsey Nichols and Emma Wingerd, expect The Green Terror to be strong again this year in the Centennial Conference.

The Johns Hopkins Blue Jays come back this season with their top scorer Katie Clark, as well as leading rebounder Kiara McCullagh. They also should be a contender for the Centennial Conference title.

Salisbury competes in the Capital Athletic Conference. A solid backcourt of Sarah Seipp and Anna Hackett makes it seem likely they will once again be a strong participant in that conference.

Frostburg Bobcats
Last Year: 8 – 17

Goucher Gophers
Last Year: 6-18

Hood Blazers
Last Year: 6-19

Johns Hopkins Blue Jays
Last Year: 18-8

McDaniel Green Terror
Last Year: 21-7

Notre Dame of Maryland Gators
Last Year: 1 – 24

Salisbury Sea Gulls
Last Year: 18-9

Stevenson Mustangs
Last Year: 14-14

St. Mary’s College of Maryland Seahawks
Last Year: 10-15

Washington Shorewomen
Last Year: 7-17