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2012 NSCAA/Continental Tire NCAA Division III Women's All-America Teams
December 5th, 2012 5:44PM

TAGS:  college women


[AWARDS] Alexandra Brandt of NCAA Division III champion Messiah and Lauren Gorodetsky of runner-up Emory both won won their third All-America honors. For the 2012 NSCAA/Continental Tire NCAA Division III Women's All-America Teams ...

*Indicates repeat All-American selections.

First Team
Name    Class    Pos.    School    Hometown
Elizabeth Foody Jr. GK Middlebury Ottawa, Ont.
Elly Colvin So. D Saint Vincent Johnstown, Pa.
Lauren Gorodetsky** Jr. D Emory Palm City, Fla.
Laura Karsten* Sr. D Wheaton (Ill.) Grand Haven, Mich.
Rachel Sadowski Jr. D Lynchburg Lewes, Del.
Alexandra Brandt** Sr. M Messiah Annapolis, Md.
Taylor Moesle Sr. M Augustana IL Orland Park, Ill.
Keri Shannon Sr. M Wheaton (Ill.) Melville, N.Y.
Anna Zambricki Jr. M Washington (Mo.) Bloomfield Hills, Mich.
Samantha Helmstetter* Sr. F Misericordia Hazlet, N.J.
Katie Kuykendall Sr. F  Hardin-Simmons Weatherford, Texas
Rachel Palladino** Sr. F Ithaca Groton, N.Y.

Second Team
Name    Class    Pos.    School    Hometown
Alysia Goodman Sr. GK Eastern Ephrata, Pa.
Rachel Brannen Sr. D Centre Ft. Mitchell, Ky.
Amy Bunting Sr. D Elizabethtown Lancaster, Pa.
Kinsey Campbell Jr. D Loras Greendale, Wis.
Vicky DiNatale Jr. D Springfield Weymouth, Mass.
Abby Gindling Sr. D Thomas More Cincinnati, Ohio
Anna Aquino Jr. M Wartburg Bettendorf, Iowa
Reilly Condidorio* Sr. M SUNY Fredonia Leroy, N.Y.
Emily Jorgens So. M Trinity (Texas) Austin, Texas
Kathryn Nathan* Sr. M  Amherst Pembroke, Mass.
Jessica Edelman* Sr. F Virginia Wesleyan Voorhees, N.J.
Emily Fellows Jr. F Linfield Portland, Ore.
Alicia Frey Jr. F Messiah Dillsburg, Pa.
Sarah Rounds* Sr. F Concordia-Moorhead Plymouth, Minn.
Taylor Will So. F California Lutheran Thousand Oaks, Calif.

Third Team
Name    Class  School    Hometown
Ali Nelson Sr. GK Concordia-Moorhead Maple Grove, Minn.
Chelsea Davies Sr. D Williams New York, N.Y.
Becky Esrock Jr. D Lake Forest Chesterfield, Mo.
Allison Foy Sr. D College of New Jersey Hamilton, N.J.
Kaitlin McCulloch Sr. D Hanover Florence, Ky.
Jordan Muse Sr. D Wheaton (Mass.) Candia, N.H.
Sara Kwan So, M University of Chicago Irvine, Calif.
Valarie Sobol Jr. M Chapman Forsyth, Ill.
Tara Tokar* Sr. M Ohio Northern Centerville, Ohio
Whitney Frary Sr. F William Smith Niskayuna, N.Y.
Adria Graham Jr. F Frostburg State Grantsville, Md.
Hannah Kronick So. F Johns Hopkins Summit, N.J.
Emily Kuo Sr. F MIT Chicago, Ill.
Jennifer Mansfield Sr. F Union  Hopewell Junction, N.Y.
Dara Spital So. F Brandeis Miami, Fla.

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