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Texas A&M women favored in Big 12
August 16th, 2007 9AM



Texas A&M has been picked to win the 2007 Big 12 women's championship for the fourth consecutive year in a preseason vote of league head coaches.

The Aggies received six of 11 first place votes and totaled 95 points. Texas, chosen second, received two first-place votes and 91 points, while Colorado came in third with 81 points and two first-place votes.

Texas and A&M led the all teams with four and three players, respectively, named to the All-Big 12 preseason team.

Six players who were named to the 2006 All-Big 12 First Team: defenders Stephanie Logterman (Texas) and Kasey Moore (Texas), midfielders Yolanda Odenyo (Oklahoma State) and Amy Berend (Texas A&M), and forwards Nikki Marshall (Colorado), and Kelsey Carpenter (Texas). Odenyo was the Big 12 Player of the Year in 2006 while Marshall was named Rookie of the Year.

1.  Texas A&M (6)  95
2.  Texas (2)  91
3.  Colorado (2)  81
4.  Oklahoma State (1)  74
5.  Kansas  65
6.  Nebraska  57
7.  Oklahoma  43
8.  Missouri  41
9.  Baylor  23
10.  Texas Tech  21
11.  Iowa State  14
(first-place votes in parentheses.)

Kristin Arnold, Texas A&M
Kasey Moore, Texas
Stephanie Logterman, Texas
Paige Carmichael, Texas A&M
Yolanda Odenyo, Oklahoma State
Caitlin Kennedy, Texas
Amy Berend, Texas A&M
Nikki Marshall, Colorado
Aysha Jamani, Nebraska
Kelsey Carpenter, Texas
Ashlee Pistorius, Texas A&M

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