2010 – 2011 Season Summary
The Women's Basketball team, led by head coach Jason Carpenter (2nd season), finished their season with a 30-4 record. They won the Mountain Valley Conference championship for the eight consecutive year. They were ranked nationally the entire season and were seeded second in the Region III Tournament. They defeated SUNY Delhi in the quarter-finals 56-38 and Hudson Valley CC in the Semi-finals 50-39. In the Championship game the Hawks used their smothering team defense to upset the number one seeded Onondaga CC 58-46. The 123 total points given up during the Regional tournament was tournament record. The team traveled to Rochester, MN for the National Championships. They suffered an overtime loss in the first round to Northland Community an dTechnical College 59-50. They bounced back winning the next two games against Suffolk CC 45-23 and Butler CC 52-46. The 23 points given up to Suffolk was a national tournament record at any level. The well balanced Hawks were led by First Team All-American, Region III Player of the Year, and Mountain Valley Conference Player of the Yea,r Isayra "Izzy" Diaz; Second Team All-Conference and Third Team All-Region, Krystal Fluellen; and Third Team All-Conference, Samantha Corbitt. Head Coach Jason Carpenter was named District A National Coach of the Year.