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2008 NAIA Division II Women's Basketball All-America Teams

March 18, 2008

SIOUX CITY, Iowa - The National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) has announced the 2008 Division II Women's Basketball All-America teams. Players are selected by the All-America committee.


First Team                                                                                                                                                     

Name

School

Ht.

Cl.

Pos

Hometown

*Melanie Vedvei

South Dakota Mines

5'7"

Sr.

G

Lake Preston, SD

Lacey Haughian

Black Hills

6'2"

Sr.

F

Terry, Mont.

#*Debbie Remmerde

Northwestern

5'9"

Sr.

G

Rock Valley, Iowa

*Dani Gass

Morningside

5'9"

Jr.

G

Sioux City, Iowa

Lindsey Ducey

Hastings

6'0"

So.

C

Omaha, Neb.

*Jenna Matson

MidAmerica Nazarene

6'0"

Sr.

F/C

Sabehta, Kan.

*Natalie Young

Bethel (IN)

5'11"

Sr.

G

Berne, Ind.

*Janessa DeMuth

Ozarks

5'8"

Jr.

G

Lebannon, Mo.

Kayli Combs

Ozarks

5'6"

Jr.

G

Branson, Mo.

*Jeanette Woodberry

Davenport

5'8"

Sr.

G

Detroit, Mich.

# NAIA DII Women's Basketball Player of the Year                                                   

* Repeat first-team selection        

Second Team                                                                     

Name

School

Ht.

Cl.

Pos

Hometown

Sarah Bogardus

Daemen

6'0"

Jr.

F

Dunkirk, NY

*Krissy Haines

Ohio Dominican

5'9"

Sr.

F

St. Mary's, Ohio

Jessica Van Loy

Dakota State

5'10"

Sr.

F

Wabasso, Minn.

Kendra Meyer

Minot State

5'7"

Sr.

G

Prior Lake, Minn.

Whitney Stichka

Concordia (NE)

5'9"

Jr.

G

Ruskin, Neb.

*Lindsay Anderson

Doane

5'8"

Jr.

G

Holdredge, Neb.

Ashley Kraft

Sterling

5'10"

Jr.

G

Ransom, Kan.

Lisa Thompson

Indiana Wesleyan

6'1"

Sr.

C

Kokomo, Ind.

Nora Didrick

Bethel (IN)

5'8"

Sr.

G

Fort Wayne, Ind.

Jenny Clark

St. Ambrose

5'6"

So.

G

Cambridge, Ill.

*Repeat second-team selection     

Third Team                                                                          

Name

School

Ht.

Cl.

Pos

Hometown

Brooke Smith

Union

6'0"

So.

F/C

Pineville, Ky.

Chelsey Muri

Southern Oregon

5'8"

Sr.

G

Monroe, Wash.

*Megan Shirey

Cardinal Stritch

6'1"

Sr.

F

Quincy, Ill.

Amy Larson

Northwestern

5'6"

Sr.

G

Dension, Iowa

Bonnie Johnson

Missouri Valley

6'0"

Sr.

F

Osseo, Minn.

Ashely Townsend

Avila

6'0"

Jr.

F

Orrick, Mo.

Abby Winder

Benedictine

5'10"

Jr.

F

Troy, Kan.

Paige Rudolph

Taylor

5'6"

Jr.

G

Evansville, Ind.

Kay Broekmeier

Hastings

5'8"

Jr.

G

Central City, Neb.

Tevan Wenbourne

Mount Marty

5'7"

Sr.

G

Aberdeen, SD

*Repeat third-team selection                                                                                                                  

Honorable Mention                                                                                                                                     

Name

School

Mary Kate Wilson

Daemen College

Becky Babione

Shawnee State Univ.

Rikki Baughman

Milligan College

Martha Spivey

Holy Names Univ.

Jessica Steigleman

Corban College

Sheena Henderson

Eastern Oregon Univ.

Jeni Caldwell

Cardinal Stritch Univ,

Laura Big Crow

Mayville State Univ.

Jessica Stewart

William Jewell College

Stacie Herman

Tabor College

Toni Burney

Saint Francis  University(IN)

Angie Creighton

Grand View College

Claire Hogan

Aquinas College

Jenna Plewes

Cornerstone Univ,

Guili Varriano

Jamestown College

Laura Tewes

Dakota State Univ,

Cassie Leraas

Mayville State Univ.

Snjezenna Dojcinovic

Black Hills State Univ,

Kara Otterbine

Northwood Univ. (FL)

JJ Hall

Morningside College

Melissa Tinkam

Concordia Univ. (NE)

Autumn Bartel

Morningside College

JoNel Henning

MidAmerica Nazarene Univ,

Courtney Edmunds

Benedictine College

Hillary Adams

William Jewell College

Jenna Wilson

Southwestern College

Danielle Lascoe

Midway College

Candy Walls

Berea College

Brooke Amstutz

Indiana Wesleyan Univ,

Lindsy Murray

College of the Ozarks

Irene Tompkins

College of St. Joseph