Iyree Jarrett, Maud Ranger and Stefanie Berberabe earned national honors on Thursday as the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics announced all three girls earned spots on an All-NAIA Team.
Jarrett, a sophomore guard from Whittier, was named on the first team following a fantastic season. Jarrett led the Warriors in both scoring and in assists averaging 14 and five, respectively. She ranked 13th in the NAIA in assists per game and fourth in assist-to-turnover ratio (2.98).
For the season, Jarrett racked up 149 assists, 32 shy of the single-season record.
Ranger, a native of Paris, earned a spot on the third team after an impressive season in which she averaged a double-double for the season with 11.4 points per game as well as 10 rebounds per contest, a team high.
The team’s lone senior made program history this season averaging 34.3 points per game and her 96 3-pointers were just three shy of the single-season record.
Ranger played a key role in leading Westmont to its fifth consecutive GSAC tournament title. After finishing the season with a conference title and a 27-3 overall record, a program best winning percentage of .900, the Warriors made history earning the top seed in the NAIA Tournament.
Ranger was ready to try to lead the team to its second-ever National title before the tournament was canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Ranger finished her career ranked third in career 3-point field goals made (251), eighth in career 3-point field goal percentage (.358), eighth in career rebounds (605) and third in career minutes played (3,504).
Finally, Berberabe earned an honorable mention after a solid season that saw her get hot toward the end.
Berberabe was second on the team in scoring with 11.9 points per game and first in steals at 2.28 per game, which ranked second in the GSAC.
As she began getting healthier, the junior guard was able to score more effectively. In her six of her last seven games, Berberabe scored in double figures and bumped her points per game average from 10.5 to 11.9 in the process.
In what would be her final game this season, the Norwalk native scored 26 points in Westmont’s championship win over The Master’s and their star player Stephanie Soares, who won NAIA Player of the Year.