Women's Basketball 2007-08 Headlines

  • Mullen Selected as AD3I Student-Athlete of the Month
    March 08, 2008
    KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Forward Markeisha Mullen of Southern Vermont College and was named as the recipient of the Association of Division III Independents Female Student-Athlete of the Month award for February.
  • Fagan and Mullen Tabbed by AD3I
    March 08, 2008
    KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Julia Fagan (New Britain, CT/New Britain), a freshman forward from Southern Vermont College, was named to the first team of the Association of Division III Independents (AD3I). She was also named Rookie of the Year. Junior forward Markeisha Mullen (Baltimore, MD/Walbrook) was selected to the second team.
  • Mullen Named AD3I Top Player for Second Time This Season
    February 25, 2008
    Kansas City, MO – Southern Vermont College junior forward Markeisha Mullen (Baltimore, MD/Walbrook) was named the national Association of Division III Independents (AD3I) Women’s basketball Player of the Week for the second time this season.
  • ECAC Honors Two Basketball Players
    February 22, 2008
    Bennington, VT — Junior Southern Vermont College women’s basketball player Markeisha Mullen (Baltimore, MD/Walbrook) and senior men’s basketball player Nick Harrington (Brooklyn, NY/Grady) were named East Coast Athletic Conference (ECAC) Player of the Week in their respective sports.
  • SVC Ladies Come Up Just Short in AD3I Tournament
    February 22, 2008
    Bennington, VT—The Southern Vermont College women’s basketball team fell 73-66 to Saint Elizabeth’s College in an Association of Division III Independents Women’s Basketball Tournament semi-final game played in Poultney on the campus of Green Mountain College.
  • SVC Ladies Fall in Women's Hoops in Thriller
    February 17, 2008
    Troy, NY— The Southern Vermont College Mountaineer women’s basketball team fell, 50-46, in a heartbreaking game played at Russell Sage College. The game was a non-conference NCAA Division III game and was the regular season finale for the green and white.