Madison Rowland of the Queens College women's basketball team was honored as the QC Female Most Valuable Player at the Year-End Banquet. It was a historic season for Rowland, breaking record after record during her senior campaign. She was named the 2017 NCAA Division II Conference Commissioners Association Ron Lenz National Player of the Year, while earning All-America honors from both the D2CCA and WBCA. Rowland was also honored as the D2CCA East Region Player of the Year and ECC Player of the Year, as well as earning the NCAA East Regional Most Outstanding Player Award for her performance in the Knights' regional championship. She was named Met Player of the Year and earned All-Met First Team honors for the fourth season in a row, while leading the nation in steals. Rowland is the Only player in NCAA history (DI, DII or DIII) to officially record career totals of 2,000 points, 1,000 rebounds, 400 steals, 400 assists and 100 blocks and finishes her career first in program history in career points, single season points and single season steals, while finishing second in assists and fourth in rebounds.