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2007 NSCAA/adidas Women's Junior College Division III All-America Team
December 12th, 2007 8AM

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2007 NSCAA/adidas Women's Junior College Division III All-America Team

NJCAA Division III women's champion Broome Community College landed four players on the 2007 NSCAA/adidas Women's Junior College Division III All-America Team: forwards Allie Stabler and Emily Dixon on the first team and goalkeeper Alicia Sagendorf and midfielder Emily Cirillo on the second squad.


First Team
Goalkeeper
Katie Graul, So., Santiago Canyon
Defenders
Jasmine Stephens, So., De Anza
Jessica Reed, So., American River
Midfielders
Ashley Wendler, Fr., Howard
Rebecca Juarez, So., Cerritos
Elena Tovar, So., Fresno City
Korey Hearn, Fr., Richland
Forwards
Allie Stabler, Fr., Broome
Emily Dixon, So., Broome
Dana Gentile, So., Herkimer County
Sara Califf, So., Santiago Canyon

Second Team
Goalkeeper
Alicia Sagendorf, Fr., Broome
Defenders
Erin McDonald, So., Brookdale
Emily Birzak, So., Howard
Midfielders
Melanie DeSalvo, So., San Diego Mesa
Amiee Cohen, So., Santa Rosa
Corina Villegas, Fr., Cerritos
Felicia Novoa, So., American River
Emily Cirillo, So., Broome
Forwards
Vanessa Stansfield, So., Modesto
Meaghan Cochran, So., Fresno City
Dominique Harrison, Fr., Richland
Johanna Lovallo, So., Brookdale



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