PRINCETON, NJ –Rutgers women’s basketball head coach C. Vivian Stringer has been named one of six 2004 Women of Distinction by the Girl Scouts of Delaware-Raritan, and will be recognized at the awards dinner Thursday, March 25, at the Forsgate Country Club ." />
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Stringer Named Girl Scout Woman of Distinction
COACH TO BE HONORED AT DINNER MARCH 25
  • Posted on March 23, 2004 12:00:00 AM
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  • PRINCETON, NJ – Rutgers women’s basketball head coach C. Vivian Stringer was named one of six 2004 Women of Distinction by the Girl Scouts of Delaware-Raritan, the group announced at a press breakfast Jan. 27 in Princeton, NJ.

    Stringer was named the group’s Woman of Distinction in the World of Health and Fitness. Now in its 13th year, the Girl Scouts of Delaware-Raritan’s Women of Distinction program recognizes female leaders in greater Mercer and Middlesex counties, pairing each with a Girl Scout honoree to establish a mentoring relationship that will demonstrate how successful women involve themselves in their communities.

    Stringer has accumulated a 175-104 record in her ninth season at Rutgers, and a 695-239 mark in her 32nd season as a head coach. A 2001 inductee into the Women’s Basketball Hall of Fame, she is the only coach, men’s or women’s, to lead three different schools to the NCAA Tournament Final Four (Cheyney in 1982, Iowa in 1993 and Rutgers in 2000), and she has three times been named the National Coach of the Year. In her nine seasons at Rutgers, the Scarlet Knights have advanced to six NCAA Tournaments, including this season’s No. 7 seed in the Midwest Region. She will serve as an assistant coach with the U.S. Olympic Team at this summer’s Athens Games.

    2004 Girl Scouts of Delaware-Raritan Women and Girl Scouts of Distinction

    Women of Distinction     Girl Scouts of Distinction

    World Citizen
    Leslie A. Anderson Patricia Varela
    Acting Executive Director Senior Girl Scout Troop 392
    New Jersey Redevelopment Authority New Brunswick Service Unit

    World of Corporate Leadership
    Barbara Jones Rachel Regn
    Vice President of Community Affairs Senior Girl Scout Troop 1283
    Robert Wood Johnson Univ. Hospital North Edison/Metuchen Service Unit

    World of People
    Anna Lustenberg Alexandra Nicholas
    Director, External Affairs Senior Girl Scout Troop 1058
    Verizon Lawrence Service Unit

    World of Medicine
    Amy B. Mansue Heather Rumpf
    President & CEO Senior Girl Scout Troop 1072
    Children’s Specialized Hospital West Windsor/Plainsboro Service Unit

    World of Health & Fitness
    C. Vivian Stringer Megan Nieckoski
    Head Basketball Coach Senior Girl Scout Troop 1703
    Rutgers, The State Univ. of New Jersey West Windsor/Plainsboro Service Unit

    World of the Arts
    Marcia Wood Megan Fillebrown
    Founder Senior Girl Scout Troop 1767
    Trenton Community Music School Whitehorse/Yardville Service Unit

    Juliette Low Excellence in Leadership Award
    Mary Tanner, Lawrence Community Activist

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