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    Default All-MIAA Women's Team

    Player of the Year
    Kelly Moten, G, Sr., ESU


    Defensive Player of the Year
    Kelly Moten, G, Sr., ESU


    Freshman of the Year
    Kallie Bildner, F, Fr., LWU


    Coach of the Year
    Lane Lord, PSU


    All-MIAA First Team
    Kelly Moten, G, Sr., ESU**[r3]
    Mikaela Burgess, Jr., G, PSU**[r2]
    Paige Redmond, So., G, UCM**
    Melinda Murillo, Jr., G, UCO
    Chelsea Dewey, Sr., G, MWSU
    **Unanimous Selection
    [r2] Two time repeat First Team Selection
    [r3] Three time repeat First Team Selection

    All-MIAA Second Team
    Megan Rosenbohm, Jr., G, SBU
    Deb Holcomb, Sr., G, MSSU
    Kathryn Flott, Sr., F, ESU
    Tanya Meyer, Jr., F, NWMSU
    Alyxis Bowens, Sr., F, WU

    All-MIAA Third Team
    Hadyn Herlocker, Sr., G, PSU
    Michaela Barry, Jr., G, UNK
    Addie Lackey, Jr., G, ESU
    Rylie Torrey, So, G, NSU
    Jesheon Cooper, Jr., C, UCO


    All-MIAA Defensive Team
    Kelly Moten, Sr., G, ESU
    Paige Lungwitz, Sr., G, PSU
    Kayonna Lee, Jr., F, UCM
    Sefulu Faavae, Sr., F, MWSU
    Jesheon Cooper, Jr., C, UCO


    All-MIAA Honorable Mention
    Kayonna Lee, UCM
    Megan Skaggs, UCM
    Marley Anderson, UCO
    Olivia Mason, UCO
    Carly Heim, FHSU
    Jill Faxon, FHSU
    Nikola Kacperska, FHSU
    Tatyana Legette, FHSU
    Hunter Yoakum, LU
    Kallie Bildner, LWU
    Desirea Buerge, MSSU
    Dwanisha Tate, MWSU
    Sefulu Faavae, MWSU
    Cailyn Long, NSU
    Jasmin Howe, NWMSU
    Madison Northcutt, PSU
    Shelby Lopez, PSU
    Paige Lungwitz, PSU
    Caylee Richardson, SBU
    Erika Lane, WU

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    Default Re: All-MIAA Women's Team

    Congrats to all the girls on this list. Northwest wasn't very good this year but have some promise for next year. Junior Tanya Meyer led the league in ppg and 2nd in rpg. She is fun to watch. They will miss Jasmin Howe, a senior who brought leadership and a really good shooter. NW only had 2 seniors (Howe and back-up center Wilhemi). Started 2 sophomores at guard (Williams and Benson who I think has a lot of potential) with the 6th man being another sophomore guard. It's a solid recruiting class coming in to NW and it was huge for the girls to make the conference tournament this year. They could be middle of the conference team next year.

    Also, congrats to SBU G Megan Rosenbohm to making 2nd team. I graduated high school with her and she is a fun player to watch.

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    Default Re: All-MIAA Women's Team

    Quote Originally Posted by BearcatMediaStudent View Post
    Congrats to all the girls on this list. Northwest wasn't very good this year but have some promise for next year. Junior Tanya Meyer led the league in ppg and 2nd in rpg. She is fun to watch. They will miss Jasmin Howe, a senior who brought leadership and a really good shooter. NW only had 2 seniors (Howe and back-up center Wilhemi). Started 2 sophomores at guard (Williams and Benson who I think has a lot of potential) with the 6th man being another sophomore guard. It's a solid recruiting class coming in to NW and it was huge for the girls to make the conference tournament this year. They could be middle of the conference team next year.

    Also, congrats to SBU G Megan Rosenbohm to making 2nd team. I graduated high school with her and she is a fun player to watch.
    NW women have to learn to have a passion to play defense to avoid a repeat finish next year. They were abysmal on that end of the court.

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