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2007 NSCAA/adidas Women's Junior College Division I All-America Team
December 11th, 2007 8AM

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The Community College of Baltimore County-Catonsville, the NJCAA Division I women's champion, landed three players on the on the 2007 NSCAA/adidas Junior College Division I All-America Team: goalkeeper Kristen Sample, defender Saige Steinmetz and forward Shaneka Gordon.

First Team
Goalkeeper
Kristen Sample, So., CCBC-Catonsville
Defenders
Ashley Miller, So. Laramie County
Saige Steinmetz, So. CCBC-Catonsville
Megan Davis, So. Chandler Gilbert
Erica Sholly, So., Iowa Western
Midfielders
Shauna Fuentes, So., Laramie County
Stephanie Grassini, So., Community College of Rhode Island
Denise Gordon, Fr., Pima
Brittany Smith, Fr., Illinois Central
Forwards
Shaneka Gordon, So., CCBC-Catonsville
Leighana Krzyzanowski, So., Monroe
Kimberly Olsen, So., Iowa Western
Cherelle Albert, So., Darton

Second Team
Goalkeeper
Milgeni Buchei, Fr., Iowa Western
Defenders
Kim Newsome, Fr., Polk
Jenna McIntosh, So., Monroe
Ayana Russell, So., Monroe
Kelcee Newell, Fr., Pima
Sarah Schultehenrich, Fr., Lewis & Clark
Margaret Mayer, So., Schoolcraft
Midfielder
Danielle Mayer, So., Polk
Forwards
Cassie Pruitt, Fr., Southwest Illinois
Kaylen Jackson, So., Pima
Stephanie Daniels, Fr., Darton
Kennya Cordner, So., Young Harris
Danielle Blevins, So., Iowa Western



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