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By Noah Stubenrauch, Drury University sports communications
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. – Drury’s perfect regular season in the Great Lakes Valley Conference (GLVC) resulted in numerous awards for the Lady Panthers on Wednesday, March 1, 2023.
In a vote of league coaches, Drury head coach Amy Eagan was named the GLVC Coach of the Year, guard Terrion Moore was selected as the GLVC Defensive Player of the Year, and forward Reese Schaaf was picked as the GLVC Freshman of the Year. In addition, guard Kaylee DaMitz-Holt, forward Alana Findley, and Moore were named First Team All-GLVC, while Schaaf was a Third Team and All-Freshmen Team selection.
Eagan led the Panthers to a 27-1 record in the regular season and a perfect conference mark of 20-0 as well as a consensus number two ranking nationally. She joins Molly Miller, who won the award twice, Steve Huber and current Drury Athletic Director Nyla Milleson, who won the award twice in the Heartland Conference, as Lady Panther coaches to have earned a conference Coach of the Year award.
In her three years at Drury, Eagan has accrued an 83-8 record as well as a 54-4 record in the GLVC, two conference titles, and a National Championship Game appearance. Eagan has now had 13 Lady Panthers selected to All-GLVC teams. It is her second career Coach of the Year award, as she was the Midwest Collegiate Conference Coach of the Year in 2007 as head coach at St. Ambrose (Iowa). Eagan is a native of Shelbina.