Stoia etched her name in the UD record books becoming the 13th player to achieve 1,000 career points. She surpassed the mark on February 10 at Southwestern University with 12 points overall. Having already joined the 500-career rebounds club, Stoia joined rare company as the sixth player to accomplish both feats in the program.
DeCoud led the team in most offensive categories and was among the top leaders in the SCAC for most of the season in several categories. By the conclusion of the season, the forward was second in field goal percentage (50.6) and rebounds-per-game (10.3). She checked in fourth in points-per-game (15.3). DeCoud led the league and set an individual school record for blocked shots (57).
2nd-year head coach Greta Grothe led her squad on a record-tying, six-game winning streak and on to a 6-1 record. Five of those matchups featured the opposition being limited to 50 points or less. The only team with more was Randall University as the Crusaders won 70-62. That was the second game during that span.
Holly Tonry reached 300 assists for her career this season. Leading the Crusaders for the second straight season in dimes, Tonry paced the entire league by a averaging 5.6-clip. She tied a personal most 11 at Dallas Christian College and had a double-double with 11 points tallied. Tonry had seven contests with at least seven assists. She dished five or more in 18 games.
The sixth win in a row that tied the school record also matched the best start to a season since 2013-14 (November 15 – December 20), when the Crusaders also were 6-1. This contest was a 57-46 final at Dallas Christian College. Another significant result of this triumph was it was the 250th in program history for the Navy and White.