2013 MIAA Champions
2013 Season in Review
2013 Season Highlights
2013 Season Statistics
2013 Team Honors
Most Valuable Player: Leah LaBarge, senior from Hudsonville (Hudsonville HS)
Most Improved Players: Anna Garcia, freshman from Battle Creek (Lakeview HS) and Andrea Pickelman, senior from Marshall (Marshall HS).
Flying Dutch Teammate Award: Stephanie Huffman, junior from Grand Rapids (Forest Hills Eastern HS)
Flying Dutch Compete in NCAA Championships
For the third time in five years and the eighth time in school history, the
Flying Dutch competed in the NCAA Division III championships. Coached by
Adam Ford, the Flying Dutch earned the MIAA's automatic berth in the championship
by winning the conference tournament. Hope was also the regular season champion
with an 8-0 dual match record. The MIAA title was Hope's 21st in school history.
The Flying Dutch were defeated by DePauw, Ind. in a first round match.
Carli Capestany, Casey Baxter, Anna Garcia, Leah LaBarge
MIAA Honors & Recognitions
Sophomore Carli Capestany of Hudsonville (Hudsonville HS) received All-MIAA first team honors for a second year while teammates Casey Baxter, a senior
from Saline (Saline HS) and Anna Garcia, a freshman from Battle Creek (Lakeview HS) were named to the All-MIAA second team. Leah LaBarge, a senior from
Hudsonville (Hudsonville HS) was named the recipient of the Karen Caine Scholar-Athlete award. A geology major, LaBarge graduated Phi Beta Kappa.