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ALL-AMERICANS: NSCAA/adidas NCAA Division I Women
December 9th, 2008 8AM
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Notre Dame's Kerri Hanks was selected as an NSCAA/adidas All-America for the fourth time. She was a second-team All-America choice in 2005 and a first-team selection each of the subsequent years. She was joined by Irish teammate Carrie Dew on the 2008 first team. UCLA, Florida State and Stanford also had two players apiece on the first team. For all the D1 All-America selections ...

* indicates prior selection

First Team
K, Alyssa Naeher*, Jr., Penn State
D, Carrie Dew, Sr., Notre Dame
D, Becky Edwards, Jr., Florida State
D, Nikki Krzysik*, Sr., Virginia
M, Amanda DaCosta, So., Florida State
M, Christina DiMartino**, Sr., UCLA
M, Teresa Noyola, Fr., Stanford
F, Lauren Cheney**, Jr., UCLA
F, Kerri Hanks***, Sr., Notre Dame
F, Casey Nogueira, Jr., North Carolina
F, Lindsey Taylor, Fr., Stanford
 
Second Team
K, Erin Guthrie, Jr., Rutgers
K, Aline Reis, Fr., Central Florida
D, Marisa Abegg, Sr., Stanford
D, Erin Hardy, Sr., UCLA
D, Sarah Wagenfuhr, Sr., Florida State
M, Yael Averbuch**, Sr., North Carolina
M, Carolyn Blank, Jr., West Virginia
M, Tobin Heath*, Jr., North Carolina
M, Megan Rapinoe , Sr., Portland
F, Ameera Abdullah, Sr., Florida
F, Brittany Bock*, Sr., Notre Dame
F, Kelley O'Hara*, Jr., Stanford
F, Sanna Talonen, So., Florida State
F, Claire Zimmeck*, Sr., William & Mary
 
Third Team
K, Jill Mastroianni, Fr., Boston College
D, Greer Barnes*, Sr., West Virginia
D, Whitney Engen, Jr., North Carolina
D, Kasey Moore**, Sr., Texas
M, Hailey Beam, Jr., Charlotte
M, Danielle Collins*, Sr., William & Mary
M, Ahna Johnson, Sr., Fairfield
M, Yolanda Odenyo*, Sr., Oklahoma State
M, Malorie Rutledge, Jr., LSU
M, Sarah Teegarden, Sr., Wisconsin-Milwaukee
F, Laura Heyboer, Fr., Michigan State
F, Christina Julien, Jr., James Madison
F, Katie Larkin**, Sr., BYU
F, Veronica Napoli, Fr., Northeastern
F, Amy Rodriguez, Sr., USC



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