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2004 AVCA All-American Team Awards

Concordia AVCA All-American Award Winners

Becca Shane 
Named to the AVCA All-American Second Team.
Jacki Barten
Named to the AVCA All-American Honorable Mention Team. It is the second straight year she has earned All-American honors.
Jessica Walden
Named to the AVCA All-American Honorable Mention Team.
Concordia All-American Award Recap

Becca Shane Named to the AVCA All-American Second Team!
- Jacki Barten and Jessica Walden Named All-American Honorable Mention
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo.-- Becca Shane (So., Detroit Lakes, Minn.) became the second player in program history to be named an All-American.  Shane was named to the AVCA All-American Second Team. Teammmates Jacki Barten (Sr. Melrose, Minn.) and Jessica Walden (Sr., Hawley, Minn.) were named to the All-American Honorable Mention Team.

Shane is one of only two players from the MIAC to be named to either the first, second or third team. The only other conference player was Beth Freeman of Carleton, who was named to the All-American Third Team.

Shane follows Jacki Barten (Sr., Melrose, Minn.) as the only Cobber players to ever be named to the AVCA All-American Team. Last season Barten was honored as a thrid team All-American. All three players were selected to the MIAC All-Conference Team and also the AVCA All-Region First Team. It is the first time in program history that Concordia has had more than one first team All-Region player and more than one player receive an All-American award.

The trio helped Concordia to a 24-4 record in 2004. That mark sets a school record for fewest losses highest winning percentage (.857) in a single season. The Cobbers won the MIAC tournament championship for the second consecutive season and advance to the NCAA tournament. Concordia also fell in the NCAA Midwest Regional semifinal for the second consecutive year. 

Shane had a terric sophomore season. She was named to the MIAC All-Conference Team for the first time in her career and was named the MIAC Hitter of the Week on October 25. She finished second in the MIAC in attack percentage (.332) and fourth in kills (3.86/game). She led the Cobbers in attack percentage and kills, and had team-high kill totals in 15 of the team's 24 matches. She had a season-high 26 kills, on two different occasions. 

Barten finished her career by being placed on the all-conference team four years and on the all-region team twice. She was the driving force behind the Cobber defense at the net. She set school records in total blocks (500), assisted blocks (364) and has a chance to break the record for solo blocks. She has over 1,300 kills in her career and has played in 116 matches over the course of her four years.

She was among the league leaders in attack percentage and kills in 2004. She finished the regular season with 279 kills, an attack percentage of .277, 119 blocks and 59 digs. 

The all-american award continues Walden's string of impressive postseason honors. Earlier in the month she was named the MIAC Most Valuable Player, and last week she was named to the prestigious CoSIDA Academic All-District First Team. 

She is the current school record holder in assists in a career (4,354), assists in a season (1,278) and single match assists (68). She has also been voted the MIAC Setter of the Week eight times during her career, which is an MIAC record for that honor. 

In 2004 she finished third in the league in assists per game (11.81). She finished the regular season with 1,103 assists and had a season-high 68 assists against Loras College on October 8. 
 

2004 AVCA Divison III All-American Team 

2004 AVCA DIVISION III SECOND-TEAM ALL-AMERICA
Player                                   Institution                                 Pos.          Yr.         Ht.        Hometown
Nicole Brandt-Young              Cal State Hayward                      MB           Sr.       6-1         Palo Alto, California
Joyia Chadwick ^%                Williams College                         MB           Sr.       6-2         Lawrence, Kansas
Carli Dale $!                          Juniata College                              S            Sr.      5-6         Cochranton, Pennsylvania
Ashley Farrimond # *!            Trinity University                          S/H           Sr.       5-8         Garden Ridge, Texas
Katya Khmelnitskaya !           New York University                       S            Jr.       5-9         Albany, New York
Stephanie Kines                    Juniata College                            MB          So.      5-11        Towson, Maryland
Amy Kratochvil ^%                 University of La Verne                   OH          Sr.       5-9         Arcadia, California
Kara Liefer                            Washington Univ. in St. Louis           S          Jr.       5-11        Red Bud, Illinois
Brooke Viegut                       University of Wisconsin-Stout         OH          Sr.       5-9         Abbotsford, Wisconsin
Laura Wagner                        Univ. of Wisconsin-La Crosse        MB          Sr.       5-11       West Bend, Wisconsin
Colleen Winter $!                   Washington Univ. in St. Louis        OH           Sr.      5-10        Manchester, Missouri
Sarah Yuskewich *!                Wittenberg University                      S           Sr.       6-0         Columbus, Ohio
 

2004 AVCA DIVISION III SECOND-TEAM ALL-AMERICA
Player                                   Institution                                   Pos.           Yr.      Ht.         Hometown
Elena Drinka                         New York University                      MB           So.      5-11       San Antonio, Texas
Tanille Hartwig                       University of Wisconsin-Stout        MB           Sr.       5-10       Athens, Wisconsin
Katie Laucks !                       Juniata College                             MB           Jr.        5-10      York, Pennsylvania
Monica Robbins                     Emory University                          MB           Sr.       5-9         La Jolla, California
Courtney Rose                       Emory University                          OH           So.      5-10        Palo Alto, California
Tricia Schary !                       University of La Verne                    MB           Sr.       6-1         Glendora, California
Emilie Schmid                       Wittenberg University                DS/Lib           Sr.       5-7         Canton, Ohio
Rebecca Shane                   Concordia College-Moorhead     MB           So.      6-2         Detroit Lakes, Minnesota
Michelle Stanislawski             Univ. of Wisconsin-Whitewater  DS/Lib            Sr.      5-8         Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Tammi Toney ^!                      College of Mount St. Joseph    RS/Opp           Sr.      5-10       Harrison, Ohio
Kamri Young                          Trinity University (Texas)               OH            Jr.       5-10       Houston, Texas
Robin Young                          Williams College                           OH           Sr.       5-8        Andover, Massachusetts

2004 AVCA DIVISION III THIRD-TEAM ALL-AMERICA
Player                                    Institution                                   Pos.            Yr.      Ht.         Hometown
Joanna Carlson                       Univ. of Wisconsin-Platteville           S            Sr.       5-4         Forreston, Illinois
Becca Carstensen                  Univ. of Wisconsin Eau Claire        MB           Sr.        6-0         Eau Claire, Wisconsin
Beth Freeman                        Carleton College                           MB            Sr.        5-11       Richfield, Minnesota
Christine Gladysz ~                Washington & Lee University           S             Jr.        5-10       Palm Harbor, Florida
Megan Houck                         Washington Univ. in St. Louis       MB             Jr.        6-0         Chesterfield, Missouri
Hannah Kanuckel ~                Ohio Northern University                OH            Sr.        5-8         Warsaw, Ohio
Jayne Kemphaus                    College of Mount St. Joseph          OH            Sr.        5-8         Cincinnati, Ohio
Julie Marsh                             Whitworth College                        OH            Jr.        5-9         Cheney, Washington
Monica McDonald $                Wittenberg University                    OH            Sr.        5-8         Newark, Ohio
Julia Roth %                           Ithaca College                              OH            Sr.        5-7         Santa Cruz, California
Cassie Uttech                         Univ. of Wisconsin-Whitewater      OH            Jr.        5-10        Watertown, Wisconsin
Catherine Zidow                      Emory University                            S             Jr.        5-9         Wesley Chapel, Florida

# indicates 2001 AVCA Second-Team All-America selection
* indicates 2002 AVCA First-Team All-America selection
$ indicates 2002 AVCA Second-Team All-America selection
^ indicates 2002 AVCA Third-Team All-America selection
! indicates 2003 AVCA First-Team All-America selection
% indicates 2003 AVCA Second-Team All-America selection
~ indicates 2003 AVCA Third-Team All-America selection

2004 AVCA Division III Freshman of the Year: Corinne McCormack (U.S. Coast Guard Academy, RS/Opp)
2004 AVCA Division III Player of the Year: Announced Nov. 25, 2004
 

2004 AVCA DIVISION III HONORABLE MENTION ALL-AMERICA
Lindsey Baker (Alma College, S, Sr.)
Jacki Barten (Concordia College-Moorhead, MB, Sr.)
Kate Barth (SUNY Geneseo, OH, Fr.)
Nicole Barr (Gettysburg College, RS/Opp, Sr.)
Serena Bountour (New York University, MB, Sr.)
Jacey Bray (Eastern University, MB, Jr.)
Katie Brody (SUNY Cortland, OH, So.)
Sarah Burger (Centre College, MB, Fr.)
Nicole Carlson (Elmhurst College, OH, Jr.)
Mary Carroll (Marymount University, OH, Sr.)
Andrea Coffman (Univ. of Wisconsin-Platteville, MB, Sr.)
Christy Daley (Cal State Hayward, OH ,Sr.)
Margaret Demment (Williams College, DS/Lib, Sr.)
Annie Denison (Williams College, OH, Jr.)
Gina DiMaggio (Pacific Lutheran University, S, Fr.)
Kerri Eshleman (Susquehanna University, MB, Sr.)
Kristin Fox (Wittenberg University, MB, Sr.)
Erin Fralick (Alma College, MB, Jr.)
Katie Freeman (Carleton College, OH, Sr.)
Kelli Harrison (Tufts University, OH, So.)
Katie Hause (Ithaca College, OH, Fr.)
Becky Herman (Skidmore College, DS/Lib, Jr.)
Rebekah Hornor (Whitworth College, S, Jr.)
Diane Gehret (Ohio Northern University, RS/Opp, Sr.)
Lauren Jackson (Trinity University (Texas), MB, Jr.)
Lindsay Johnson (Elmhurst College, S, Jr.)
Tricia Jones (Nazareth College, MB, Sr.)
Caroline Jordan (Massachusetts Institute of Tech, MB, Jr.)
May Lin Kessenich (Macalester College, DS/L, Sr.)
Alexis Knepp (Williams College, S, So.)
Lindsey Kolmeier (Texas Lutheran University, OH, Sr.)
Julie Lauro (Muhlenberg College, OH, Jr.)
Laura Leach (Baldwin-Wallace College, MB, Sr.)
Jolene Litzman (Emory University, RS/Opp, Sr.)
Clarie Loesch (College Of St. Benedict, MB, Sr.)
Darryl Manzer (Skidmore College, MB, So.)
Petra Martinez (Cal State Hayward, DS/Lib, Sr.)
Molly May (Illinois Wesleyan University, MB, Jr.)
Corinne McCormack (U.S. Coast Guard Academy, RS/Opp, Fr.)
Jamie McMullen (SUNY Cortland, S, Sr.)
Jill Meehan (Oneonta State College, RS/Opp, Jr.)
Erin Meredith (Eastern University, S, Jr.)
Molly Middendorf (College of Mount St. Joseph, S/H, Sr.)
Katie Pederson (Central College, MB, Jr.)
Nina Petersen (Univ. of Wisconsin - River Falls, RS/Opp, Sr.)
Ashley Reves (Springfield College, S/Opp, Jr.)
Angela Sammons (Willamette University, OH, Jr.)
Mandy Sedia (University of La Verne, MB, Jr.)
Lindsey Siracusa (Moravian College, MB,, Jr.)
Katie Smith (Greensboro College, MB, Jr.)
Shannan Smith (Gettysburg College, S, Jr.)
Kate Sorensen (Smith College, OH, Jr.)
Jamie Stark (Central College, MB, Sr.)
Amanda Thomas (University of La Verne, S/H, Sr.)
Stephanie Turner (Pacific Lutheran, OH, Jr.)
Alesia Vaccari (Springfield College, S/H, Jr.)
Jessica Walden (Concordia College-Moorhead, S, Sr.)
Erin Wisor (Juniata College, OH, Sr.)
Emily Wolfing (Washington & Lee University, OH, Sr.)
Austin Zimmerman (Massachusetts Institute of Tech., S, Jr.)
 


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