Breanna Stewart is a respected winner ! Capturing three world-class MVP awards in just 35 days, Stewart swept WNBA Regular Season MVP, WNBA Finals MVP and USA Basketball FIBA World Cup MVP in 2018 before going on to capture Euroleague MVP just months later.
Arguably the greatest college basketball player of all time, "Stewie" is a 4-time NCAA Champion and 4-time Most Outstanding Player of the NCAA Tournament, the first athlete of any gender to accomplish that feat of sportsmanship. In 2016 Breanna Stewart was taken No. 1 overall by the Seattle Storm, was the youngest member of the USA Olympic gold medal team, and the WNBA unanimous Rookie of the Year.
On social media, Stewie is a universally liked star, known for her humble, yet determined inspiration and matter-of-fact, quick and honest personality. She has embraced the opportunity to invest in grassroots basketball development and to advocate for equality in all forms. When she won the 2016 ESPY for Best Female Athlete, she gave a speech calling out the media for its lack of coverage of women's sports.
Crystal Langhorne is an American basketball player for the Seattle Storm of the Women's National Basketball Association (WNBA). She played for the University of Maryland Terrapins. In 2008, Langhorne was drafted 6th overall by the Washington Mystics in the 2008 WNBA draft.
In 2006, she helped the Terrapins win the NCAA Championship, and in 2007 she starred in helping the USA win the FIBA World Championship under 21 for women. She is the first player in the University of Maryland's history to score 2,000 points and grab 1,000 rebounds for either the men's or women's teams, and only the 106th women's college basketball player to do so. Her jersey was retired and raised to the rafters at the Comcast Center during her last regular season home game. She was the first Maryland player to have her jersey raised to the rafters while still active.
Brittney Sykes is an American professional basketball player with the Los Angeles Sparks of the Women's National Basketball Association (WNBA). She was drafted with the seventh overall pick in the 2017 WNBA draft. Sykes became the highest drafted Syracuse Orange women's basketball player in school history. Sykes was at the college for five years but only played in four of those seasons due to a knee injury in her third season. She played a total of 138 games during her college career (started in 137 of those games), averaged 29.5 minutes per game, 1.9 assists per game, 5.9 rebounds, 13.4 points per game, and a total of 1846 career points, 85 blocks, and 266 steals. She ended her college career by becoming the number three ranked SU women's basketball for career points scored and earned All-American honors, and the title of the winningest Syracuse Orange women's basketball player with a total of 101 wins
Dr. Devon Carey-Smith, DO
Originally from Doylestown, PA. Attended the Peddie School (Hightstown, NJ), followed by Loyola University Maryland (Baltimore, MD) where she was a member of women’s basketball team from 2006-2010, and elected team captain of 2009-2010 season. Following her undergraduate degree, she then pursued medical school and completed her medical degree at Nova Southeastern University, College of Osteopathic Medicine (Fort Lauderdale, FL). Devon works as a physician in women’s health, Urogynecology, at Cooper University Hospital in Camden, NJ.