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| 2000-01 Women's Basketball All-MIAC Team |
 Brandi Myers
Sr.
Glyndon, MN
2000-01 MIAC All-Conference and All-Defensive Team.
It is the third straight year she has been named to the All- Conference Team and second straight for the All-Defensive Team.
Sara Spears
Sr.
Spicer, MN
2000-01 MIAC All-Conference Team.
It is the third straight year she has been named to the All- Conference Team.
Kasey Bostow
So.
Fargo, ND
2000-01 MIAC Sixth Player of the Year.
She led the Cobbers in shooting percentage.

2/27 Three Concordia Players Earn MIAC Postseason Honors.
Three Concordia women's basketball players were honored with MIAC postseason awards. Seniors Brandi Myers (Glyndon, MN) and Sara Spears (Spicer, MN) were named First Team All-Conference, and Kasey Bostow (So., Fargo, ND) was voted as the league's Sixth Player of the Year. Myers was also named to the MIAC All-Defensive team, her second consecutive year for the honor.

It is the third consecutive year for Myers and Spears to receive the honor. The 2000-01 season was a record setting year for the two players as they both became members of the 1,000-point club for Concordia women's basketball. Myers ended her career with 1,314 points which places her fifth on the school's all-time scoring list. Spears finished with 1,148 points and she ends her career ninth on the scoring list.

Myers also set a new MIAC record for career 3-point shots made. She eclipsed fellow Cobber Cathy Johnson (1988-92) to accomplish the feat. Her mark of 164 is two better than Johnson's old mark of 162. She also missed setting the school record in career steals by just seven thefts. She finished her four years with 291 steals which fall short of the mark set by Krist Schultz (1989-93) at 298. Myers finished second in the league in scoring, averaging 17.14 points per game.

Spears finished the season tied for third in the MIAC in rebounding. She averaged eight rebounds per game in league play. She also put herself in the top ten in career rebounds at Concordia. Her four-year total of 759 is sixth on the school's all-time rebounding list. Despite playing inside for her career Spears quick hands helped her to add her name to the all-time steals list as well. She has 194 steals which places her sixth on the school's all-time career steals chart.

Bostow receives an MIAC postseason award for the second straight year. Last year she was named to the All-First Year team. She was among the league leaders in free throw percentage, and at one point in the season was ranked in the top five in the nation in that category. Her shooting percentage of 57% led the team and she finished third on the team in scoring, with a 10.2 points per game average.

2000-2001 Women's Basketball All-MIAC TEAM

Name                    School              Year
Michelle Barlau   St. Benedict    SO
Amy Burns         St. Mary's      JR
Kelly Etzel       Gustavus        SO
Jenny Gilles      St. Mary's      SO
Angie Grabowski   Carleton        SO
Sarah Grudnowski  St. Thomas      SR
Danni Hannon      St. Benedict    SO
Elisa Hatlevig    St. Olaf        SR
Laura Jacobs      Bethel          JR
Jamie Kingsley    Augsburg        SR
Brandi Myers      Concordia       SR
Missy Pederson    St. Thomas      JR
Sara Spears       Concordia       SR
Kate Stodolka     St. Catherine   FY
Stacey Thill      Hamline         JR
Reneé Willette    Carleton        JR

Player of the Year
Missy Pederson    St. Thomas      JR

Sixth Player of the Year
Kasey Bostow      Concordia       SO

All-Defensive Team
Linnea Engel      Carleton        FY
Sarah Grudnowski  St. Thomas      SR
Karissa Kramer    Carleton        SO
Brandi Myers      Concordia       SR
Missy Pederson    St. Thomas      JR

All-First Year Team
Jessica Barrett   Hamline         FY
Ashley Brown      St. Benedict    FY
Kelly Chapman     Augsburg        FY
Linnea Engel      Carleton        FY
Kelly Van Norman  Gustavus        FY

Coach of the Year
Tammy Metcalf-Filzen   Carleton
 
 
 

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