Meet Newsday's 2010 All-Long Island girls badminton team.
Bio info written by Mike Gavin

Credit: Photo by Joseph D. Sullivan

CHRISTINA STREZENEC
Long Island Player of the Year
Calhoun

Singles, Senior
Took first at No. 1 singles at the Nassau team championship (16-21, 21-17, 21-16). Also won the Nassau singles individual title and is the only player at Calhoun to win four county titles in four years on varsity. She will be attending the College of St. Rose.

Credit: Photo by Joseph D. Sullivan

HANNAH FINGER
Half Hollow Hills

Singles, Senior
Won 11-2, 11-5 at the Suffolk individual tournament, where she only allowed 24 points in eight games. She also won No. 1 singles (11-7, 11-3) at the Suffolk team championship.

Credit: Photo by Joseph D. Sullivan

REBECCA MORAN
St. Anthony's

Singles, Senior
Was undefeated (6-0) at No. 1 singles at the CHSAA championship meet.

Credit: Photo by Joseph D. Sullivan

JASSMINE WASSERMAN
Half Hollow Hills

Doubles, Senior
With Jessica Chen, had an undefeated season winning 15-2, 15-5 at the Suffolk individual tournament. They also won No. 1 doubles (15-2, 15-8) at the Suffolk team championship. They have played together for the past four years.

Credit: Photo by Joseph D. Sullivan

JESSICA CHEN
Half Hollow Hills

Doubles, Senior
With Jassmine Wasserman, had an undefeated season winning 15-2, 15-5 at the Suffolk individual tournament. They also won No. 1 doubles (15-2, 15-8) at the Suffolk team championship. They have played together for the past four years.

Credit: Photo by Joseph D. Sullivan

KAITLYN REID
St. John the Baptist

Singles, Senior
With Jessica Schmerge, was undefeated (6-0) taking first at No. 1 doubles at the CHSAA meet. They began playing together midseason.

Credit: Photo by Joseph D. Sullivan

JESSICA SCHMERGE
St. John the Baptist

Doubles, Senior
With Kaitlyn Reid, was undefeated (6-0) taking first at No. 1 doubles at the CHSAA meet. They began playing together midseason.

Credit: Photo by Joseph D. Sullivan

GREGG MUSCARELLA
Coach of the Year
Calhoun

Has been the head coach for 12 years and has lead the team to six county championships in the past nine years.

Credit: Photo by Joseph D. Sullivan

Above: The 2010 All-Long Island high school girls badminton team.

NOT PICTURED:
Grace Kim and Annie Wu
Great Neck South, seniors

Won 17-21, 21-16, 25-23 at No. 1 doubles at the Nassau championship meet.

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