Senior Maud Ranger, junior Lauren Tsuneishi and sophomores Iyree Jarrett and Stefanie Berberabe made recent history on Tuesday as all four Warriors were named to the All-Golden State Athletic Conference team the league announced Tuesday.
The last time any conference team placed four players on the All-GSAC team was 13 years ago when Vanguard did so in the 2006-07 season.
In addition, Kirsten Moore took home her sixth Coach of the Year honor in her 15-year tenure at Westmont.
Moore led Westmont to a 25-3 overall record and 17-1 mark in conference play, winning the program’s first regular-season GSAC title since 2018 and fifth since 2012.
Ranger averages a double-double for the season with 11.4 points per game as well as 10 rebounds per contest.
Tsuneishi, who was an All-GSAC player last season as well, led the GSAC with 63 made 3-point shots in conference play. She’s shooting 42.3% from beyond the arc and leads the GSAC in assist-to-turnover ratio at 4.3.
Jarrett is the Warriors’ leading scorer at 15.8 points per game in GSAC games, which ranks fifth in the league and her 5.5 assists rank second in the conference.
Finally, Berberabe averages 1.7 steals per game, which is 10th best in the GSAC. She averaged 9.9 points per game during conference play and shot 42.3% from the floor.