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2002-03 Women's Basketball MIAC All-Conference Teams

| 2002-03 All-MIAC Team | All-Defensive Team | First Year Team | MIAC Honorable Mention |

Four Cobbers Earn MIAC Postseason Honors.
Kasey Bostow
Sr.
Fargo, N.Dak.
Named to the MIAC All-Conference Team for the 2nd straight year.
Mandy Pearson
So.
Watkins, Minn.
Led the MIAC in assists.
Debbie Slack
Jr.
Evansville, Minn.
Named to the MIAC All-Defensive Team.
Jamie Visness
So.
Hallock, Minn.
Led the MIAC in free throw percentage.

(ST. PAUL)--- Four Concordia women's basketball players earned MIAC postseason awards for their play during the 2002-3 season. Senior Kasey Bostow (Fargo, N.Dak./ Fargo South HS) and sophomore Mandy Pearson (Watkins, Minn./Eden Valley-Watkins HS) were honored by being named to the MIAC All-Conference Team. Debbie Slack (Jr., Evansville, Minn./Evansville HS) earned MIAC All-Defensive honors and Jamie Visness (So., Hallock, Minn./Kittson Central HS) was named to the MIAC All-Conference Honorable Mention Team.

It is the fourth straight season that Bostow has been honored with a MIAC postseason award. It is the second straight year that she has been named to the all-conference team. She was named MIAC Sixth Player of the Year in her sophomore year, and was placed on the MIAC First-Year Team as a freshman. In her first year as a Cobber, Pearson was named to the MIAC Defensive and First-Year Teams, as well as being named to the MIAC Honorable Mention Team. It is the first time that Slack and Visness have earned postseason honors.

Bostow capped off her outstanding four-year career at Concordia by leading the team in scoring with a 13.2 points per game average. She finished 10th in the MIAC in that category. She finished her four years in maroon and gold with 1,311 points, which places her sixth on the school's all-time scoring list.

Pearson, the team's point guard, led the conference in assists for the second straight season. She now has a two-year total of 251 assists, and is on pace to break into the school's all-time assist top ten list before the end of next season. She was also seventh in the league in steals.

Slack earned her way onto the MIAC's all-defensive team by virtue of her rebounding prowess. She led the league in rebounding for the second consecutive season. In 21 league games, she averaged 9.5 rebounds. She now has 445 career rebounds in her first three years at Concordia.

The final member of the Cobber postseason honor quartet is Jamie Visness. Visness finished second on the team, and 16th in the MIAC, in scoring with a 10.7 ppg average. She led the league in free throw percentage (.980), and during the course of the season set an NCAA women's all-division record for most consecutive free throws (69). For the season, she made 60-of-61 free throws.

 

2002-03 Women's Basketball MIAC All-Conference Team
Name                    School                       Yr     Pos.         Hometown
Michelle Barlau  St. Benedict    Sr.  Guard    Northfield,MN
Kasey Bostow     Concordia       Sr.  Forward  Fargo,ND
Kelly Etzel      Gustavus        Sr.  Forward  Hamel,MN
Angie Grabowski  Carleton        Sr.  Guard    Plymouth,MN
Danni Hannon     St. Benedict    Sr.  Frwrd  St.Louis Park,MN
Afton Hanson     Macalester      Jr.  Guard    Karlstad,MN
Kristi Huegel    St. Thomas      So.  Guard    Alta Vista,IA
Karissa Kramer   Carleton        Sr.  Center   Clearwater,MN
Carolyn Korchik  Hamline         Fr.  Guard    Bloomington,MN
Kristin Lundeen  Bethel          Sr.  Guard    Becker,MN
Mandy Pearson    Concordia       So.  Guard    Watkins,MN
Angie Peterson   Gustavus        Jr.  Guard    Northfield,MN
Jamie Rattunde   Saint Mary's    So.  Forward  Rollingstone,MN
Kate Stodolka    St. Catherine   Jr.  Guard    Coon Rapids,MN
Megan Vig        Carleton        Fr.  Forward  Northfield,MN

Player of the Year
Michelle Barlau  St. Benedict

Sixth Player of the Year
Megan Vig        Carleton

Coaches of the Year
Tammy Metcalf-Filzen Carleton
Mickey Haller        Gustavus

 

All-Defensive Team
Name                    School                Yr     Pos.         Hometown
Linnea Engel     Carleton        Jr.  Forward  Shoreview, Minn.
Angie Peterson   Gustavus        Jr.  Guard    Northfield, Minn.
Jamie Rattunde   Saint Mary's    So.  Forward  Rollingstone, Minn.
Kate Sandvig     Gustavus        Jr.  Guard    Edina, Minn.
Debbie Slack  Concordia    Jr. Forward Evansville Minn.

 

All-First Year Team
Name                    School                Yr     Pos.         Hometown
Anna Cunningham  Bethel          Fr.  Guard    Burnsville, Minn.
Carolyn Korchik  Hamline         Fr.  Guard    Bloomington, Minn.
Jenna Martin     St. Catherine   Fr.  Guard    Grove City, Minn.
Erica Opdahl     St. Thomas      Fr.  Forward  Mound, Minn.
Megan Vig        Carleton        Fr.  Forward  Northfield, Minn.

 

All Conference Honorable Mention
Name                    School
Jessica Barrett  Hamline
Anna Cunningham  Bethel
Liz Mundahl      St. Olaf
Cara Jones       Carleton
Ashley Brown     St. Benedict
Ashley Sasek     Augsburg
Kate Sandvig     Gustavus
Sara Erickson    St. Olaf
Leah Laurich     St. Benedict
Ashley Luehmann  Saint Mary’s
Jamie Visness Concordia
Holly Wiste      St. Catherine’s
Jamie Lee        Saint Mary’s
 


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