Here's a look at how MAAC women's players and teams finished among the national leaders, mentioning any that finished in the top 25.
- Canisius' sophomore guard Ashley Durham finished seventh nationally in free-throw percentage (89.1).
- Canisius' sophomore guard Jen Morabito finished 19th in 3-point field-goal percentage (38.5).
- Loyola's junior guard Katie Sheahin finished ninth nationally in steals (3.4 per game).
- Iona's senior guard Suzi Fregosi finished 12th in assist-to-turnover ratio (2.14).
- Canisius was 6th nationally in free-throw percentage (78.0.
- Fairfield was 5th nationally in scoring defense (52.0) 18th in fewest turnovers per game (13.9) and 14th in fewest fouls per game (13.5).
- Niagara was 16th nationally in 3-point field-goal percentage (35.7).
- Manhattan was 6th nationally in fewest personal fouls per game (12.7), 14th in steals (12.1 per game), 19th in turnover margin (4.85 per game fewer than opponents) and 24th nationally in scoring defense (54.0).
- Marist was 9th nationally in fewest personal fouls per game (12.9), 13th in assist-to-turnover ratio (1.08), 17th in fewest turnovers per game (13.8), 20th in 3-pointers made per game (7.0), 23rd in field-goal defense percentage (35.1) and 24th in free-throw percentage (75.3).