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2009 NSCAA/Performance Subaru JC All-America Team
January 6th, 2010 10:30AM



[AWARDS] Three teams -- Tyler at the Division I level and Herkimer County and Richland among Division III teams -- each had three players selected to the 2009 NSCAA/Performance Subaru Men's Junior College All-America teams. Four women's teams each had three players honored: Community College of Rhode Island and Laramie County at the Division I level and Division III schools Herkimer County and Richland. For all the All-American selections ...

2009 NSCAA/Performance Subaru
Men's Division I Junior College All-America Team
First Team
K, Juan Robles, Fr., Tyler
D, Richard Cayonne, So., Georgia Perimeter
D, Alejandro Munoz, Fr., College of DuPage
D, Gene Tibbetts, So., Yavapai
D, Shaunovan Wilson, So., Tyler
M, Edward Campbell, So., San Jacinto
M, Cody Clark, Fr., Cincinnati State Tech
M, Kingsley Morgan, Fr., Georgia Perimeter
M, Janny Rivera, So., Louisburg
M, Herve Valcourt, Fr., Essex County
F, Federico Agreda, So., Garden City
F, Bello Alhassan, So., Arizona Western

Second Team
K, Ian McDonald-Wilkins, Fr., Schoolcraft
D, Aldo Maiorano, So., Lakeland
D, Evan Schumacher, So., Southwestern Illinois
D, Bryant Vargas, So., Bryant & Stratton
M, Kareem Freitas, So., Tyler
M, Ido Ligety, So., Mercer County
M, Carl Munday, So., Louisburg
M, Almin Sabotic, So., Meramec
F, Shadi Harb, So., Jefferson
F, Adrian Klammer, So., Young Harris
F, Sheldon Palmer, So., Essex County
F, YaYa Toure, So., Schoolcraft

2009 NSCAA/Performance Subaru
Men's Division III Junior College All-America Team
First Team
K, Rene Martinez, So., City College of San Francisco
D, Cody Ellison, Fr., Fresno City
D, Rudy Roman, So., Santa Rosa JC
D, Jose Vitela, So., West Valley
M, Heriberto Ponce Jr., So., Mount San Antonio
M, Terry Akpua*, So., Prince George's
M, Victor Almendariz, So., Richland
M, Ted Cribley, Fr., Herkimer County
M, Fernando Garza, So., Richland
F, Ernest Afful, Fr., North Country
F, Luis Gonzalez*, So., Cerritos
F, William Lopez, So., Rio Hondo
F, Joe Parella, So., Brookdale
F, Hamilton Sotelo, So., CC of Morris

Second Team
K, James Taber, So., Herkimer County
D, Nana Bamfo, So., Prince George's
D, Jose Cortez, So., De Anza
D, Brett Garrett, So., Richland
D, Harley Hollinshead, Fr., North Country
M, Liam Gilbert, So., North Country
M, Christian Hernandez, So., Taft
M, George Mendoza, So., Foothill
F, Kariym Balthazar, So., Herkimer County
F, Andres Bueno, Fr., College of the Canyons
F, Alex Chavez, So., Los Angeles Harbor
F, Miguel Ibarra, So., Taft
F, Aaron Salazar, So., Mount San Antonio
*indicates prior selection

2009 NSCAA/Performance Subaru
Women's Division I Junior College All-America Team
First Team
K, Melody Lawrence, Fr., CC of Rhode Island
D, Jill Marie Maykut, Fr., Polk State
D, Madison Rumore, So., Chandler-Gilbert
D, Megan Zollinger, So., Iowa Western
M, Stephany Zamora, So., Laramie County
M, Jo-Anne Saliba, So., Darton
M, Stephanie Morse, So., CC of Rhode Island
F, Kasey Kenny *, So., Mercer County
F, Venicia Reid, So., Navarro
F, Kaylee Neutzling *, So., Lewis & Clark
F, Cindy Benitez, Fr., Butler County
F, Cara Michelle Newton, So., Tyler

Second Team
K, Emily Michna, So., Laramie County
D, Stephanie Estacio, Fr., CC of Rhode Island
D, Joanna Prestigiacomo, Fr., Monroe
D, Malorie Fehl, So., Illinois Central
M, Nicole Acosta, So., Paradise Valley
M, Katya Hessel, So., Lewis & Clark
M, Toni Smith, So., Navarro
M, Anne Beinetti, So., Monroe
F, Cassie Pruitt, So., Southwestern Illinois
F, Claudia Yarely Saucedo, Fr., Tyler
F, Chamea Palmer, Fr., Iowa Western
F, Michaela Boyd, So., Laramie County

2009 NSCAA/Performance Subaru
Women's Division III Junior College All-America Team
First Team
K, Amber Swanston, So., Herkimer County
D,  Brittany Potts, So., College of DuPage,
D, Leslie Bryant, So., Santiago Canyon
D, Letty Adame, Fr., Richland
D, Julie Bowers, So., Montgomery-Rockville
M, Amanda Hardeman, So., Santiago Canyon
M, Tiffany Martin, So., American River
M, Chelsea Palmer, Fr., Richland
F,  Jessie Jaszko, Fr., Genesee
F, Jazmarae Strozier, So., Ventura
F, Brittany Cooper, So., Solano
F, Regina Martinez, So., Richland

Second Team
K, Gabriella Batmani, So., De Anza
D,  Maghan Wright, So., Fresno City
D, Danielle Carr, So., Santa Rosa
D, Holly Mazursky, So., Broome
M,  Ryann Hernandez, So., De Anza
M, Ashleigh Tracy, Fr., Herkimer County
M, Brenna Campbell, So., Broome
F,  Claudia Guzman-Flores, So., Montgomery-Rockville
F, Dani Arellano, Fr., Cosumnes River
F, Stephanie Bales, So., Foothill
F, Maria Scerra, So., Herkimer County
*indicates prior selection

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