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| 2000-01 Women's Basketball D3Hoops.com All-American Teams |
 Brandi Myers
Sr.
Glyndon, MN
2000-01 MIAC 
Named third team All-American by D3Hoops.com. She was also named to the MIAC 
All-Conference and MIAC All-Defensive Team.

3/21 Brandi Myers Named to the D3Hoops All-American Team.
Senior guard  Brandi Myers (Glyndon, MN) was named third team All-American by D3Hoops.com. D3Hoops.com is the most comprehensive website devoted to NCAA Division III basketball, and annually  names a postseason All-American team.

It is the first time Myers has been named to an All-American team, and caps an outstanding season in which she was named to the MIAC All-Conference teamn for the third straight year and to the MIAC All-Defensive team for the second straight year. Myers also broke the 1,000 point barrier during the season, becoming the 16th player in Concordia women's basketball history to surpass that milestone. She also broke the school and conference mark for most 3-point baskets made in a career. Her total of 164 is two better than Cathy Johnson who played at Concordia from 1988 to 1992.

The only other player from the MIAC to be named to one of the D3Hoops.com All-American teams besides Myers was Missy Pederson from St. Thomas. Pederson was also the MIAC Player of the Year and a member of the Kodak All-American team.

Myers finishes her career first on the school's all-time 3-point list with 164, fifth on the all-time scoring list with 1,314 points and second on the all-time steals list with 291.
 

2000-2001 Women's Basketball D3Hoops.com All-American Teams

First Team
Pos Name                      School                     Yr.     Hometown
G Alison Grubbs  Lake Forest    Sr. Cullom, Ill.
G Meg Frazier    Hendrix        Sr. Shreveport, La.
F Kendra Meyer   Capital        Sr. Mason, Ohio
F Tasha Rodgers  Washington U.  Sr. East St. Louis, Ill.
C Kate Smith     Cortland St.   Sr. Poughkeepsie, N.Y.

Second Team
Pos Name                      School                     Yr.     Hometown
G Missy Pederson St. Thomas     Jr. Plymouth, Minn.
G Missy Barrett  Millikin       Sr. Hume, Ill.
F Jen Nance      Baldwin-Wallace Sr. Toldeo, Ohio
F Amy Hauschild  Fontbonne      Jr. St. Louis, Mo.
C Katie Lacey    George Fox     Sr. Orange City, Iowa

Third Team
Pos Name                      School                     Yr.     Hometown
G Brandi Myers   Concordia      Sr. Glyndon, Minn.
G Heidi Burkhart Rockford       Jr. Rockford, Ill.
F C. Vouriotis   Messiah        So. Medway, Mass.
F Jennifer Olson Benedictine    Jr. Sterling, Ill.
C Katy Sturtz    Ohio Wesleyan  Jr. Worthington, Ohio

Fourth Team
Pos Name                      School                     Yr.     Hometown
G A.DiBuonaventura Delaware Vly Sr. Philadelphia, Pa.
G Kelly Sorenson Willamette     Sr. Scappoose, Ore.
F Amanda Orsburn North Central  Sr. Sheridan, Ill.
F Joy Silver     Rutgers-Camden So. Camden, N.J.
C Ekaternia Markova Rosemont    So. Sophia, Bulgaria

Honorable Mention
Pos Name                      School                     Yr.     Hometown
G Amy Kreitz     Fr. & Marshall Jr. Allentown, Pa.
G Felicia Davis  Claremont      Sr. Vashon, Wash.
F Candice Brown  Marymount      Jr. Arlington, Va.
F Rashida Allen  New York Univ. Sr. Decatur, Ga.
C Karyn Kern     Susquehanna    Sr. Brodheadsville, Pa.
 
 
 
 

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