Majewski, who transferred to Edinboro after starting her career at the University at Buffalo, was named PSAC West player of the year and claimed a spot on the first team. The 5-foot 7-inch junior guard has played outstanding all-around basketball for the Fighting Scots, averaging 15.7 points, 4.2 rebounds, 3.9 assists and 2.1 steals per game.
Edinboro won the PSAC West and will host this weekend’s PSAC Tournament semifinals and finals. The Scots’ Stan Swank was named coach of the year and Darche’ Jackson was the defensive player of the year. Aignee’ Freeland was named to the first team, while Jackson and Laurel Lindsay made the second team.
In addition to Majewski, two other former District 10 players made the PSAC West first team.
Former Mercyhurst Prep standout Lindsay Stamp and former Farrell star D’Asia Chambers both earned the first-team honors. Stamp, who transferred from Mercyhurst University, averaged 17.8 points and 6.3 rebounds per game.
Check out the complete PSAC all-star list.
– Jeff Kirik, sports editor