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2012 NSCAA/Continental Tire NCAA Division II Women's All-America Teams
December 5th, 2012 5:42PM

TAGS:  college women


[AWARDS] Grand Valley State’s Ashley Botts and Chelsea Parise and Seattle Pacific’s Megan Lindsay each won their third All-America honors. For the 2012 NSCAA/Continental Tire NCAA Division II Women's All-America Teams ...

*Indicates repeat All-American selections.

First Team
Name    Class    Pos.    School    Hometown
Sarah Story Jr. GK West Florida Hoover, Ala.
Alison Fitzsimmons Jr D American International West Springfield, Mass.
Jourdan Thompson Sr. D Saint Rose Brick, N.J.
Sam Andert* Sr. D Quincy St. Peters, Mo.
Joise Price Sr. M Southwestern Oklahoma State Calgary, Alb.
Nicole Dooher* Sr. M Minnesota State-Mankato New Hope, Minn.
Olivia Collado Sr. M St. Edward's Houston, Texas
Cassandra Callahan So. M UC San Diego Coronado, Calif.
Morgan Mitchell Sr. F Armstrong Atlantic State Lilburn, Ga.
Carmelina Puopolo* Jr. F  Saint Rose Toronto, Ont.
Ashley Botts** Sr. F Grand Valley State  Beloit, Wis.
Chelsea Palmer Jr. F West Florida Plano, Texas
Karenee Demery* Jr. F Cal State Stanislaus Merced, Calif.

Second Team
Name    Class    Pos.    School    Hometown
Jamie Arthurs Sr. GK Western Washington Richland, Wash.
Emer Flately Sr.  D Slippery Rock  Ireland
Jordan Hutchinson Jr. D Central Oklahoma Edmond, Okla.
Andrea Hutchins Sr.  D Dallas Baptist Cedar Hill, Texas
Brina Sych Jr. D Western Washington Vancouver, Wash.
Sydney Bond* Jr. M Saint Rose Deer Park, N.Y.
Shelby Bush Jr. M West Florida Shalimar, Fla.
Nadima Skeff Sr.  M Armstrong Atlantic State Brazil
Megan Lindsay** Sr. F Seattle Pacific Spokane, Wash.
Samantha Breuckner Fr. F Gannon Valencia, Pa.
Sarah Franklin Jr. F William Jewell Independence, Mo.
Chloe Roberts Sr. F North Alabama England
Leslie Briggs Sr. F West Texas A&M Carrollton, Texas

Third Team
Name    Class    Pos.    School    Hometown
Chelsea Parise** Sr. GK Grand Valley State Sterling Heights, Mich.
Jenna Stones Sr. D Central Missouri Overland Park, Kan.
Lauki'I Cheng* Sr. D Wisconsin-Parkside Kailua, Hawaii
Kansas Bayly Jr. D Columbus State Liburn, Ga.
Alison Cahill Jr. D Regis Boise, Idaho
Ellen Wilson Sr. D UC San Diego Santa Ana, Calif.
Alyssa Mira Sr. M Grand Valley State Livonia, Mich.
Ashley Burton Fr. M Quincy  St. Louis. Mo.
Brianne West Sr.  F Minnesota State-Mankato Omaha, Neb.
Karisa Price So. F Metro State Gilbert, Ariz.
Anna Evans Jr. F Colorado Mines Arvada, Colo.
Susanne Vistness Fr. F LIU Post Norway
Jamie Shaw Sr. F Lander Columbia, S.C.
Cara Curtin Jr. F Sonoma State Santa Rosa, Calif.

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