Stanford's Magee And Fiesler Named To All-American Team By CRCA
June 3, 2005
The Collegiate Rowing Coaches Association (CRCA) announced its All-America teams for the 2005 season on Thursday. The awards, presented by Pocock, recognize the outstanding accomplishments of female rowers and coxswains for the spring season. Forty-five student-athletes were honored, including 20 first-team selections. Missy Fiesler garnered second-team honors while Sam Magee earned first-team honors.
For graduating senior Missy Fiesler this latest honor adds to a growing list of accomplishments earned during her four years on the Farm. Fiesler was named to the All-West Region teams 2003, 2004, and 2005. In addition, Fiesler was named to two All-Pac-10 teams. This is Fiesler's second time named to the CRCA All-American team.
Senior Sam Magee has been selected as a first-team all-American for the second time during her collegiate career. Magee has been named to two All-West-Region teams, and two All-Pac-10 teams. Magee spent the 2004 season training for the Athens Olympics where her team won a silver medal.
Twelve schools had multiple selections, led by California-Berkeley with four. Virginia, Ohio State, Princeton, and Yale each had three. Thirty-three of the 45 student-athletes were participants at the NCAA Championships last weekend, including all 20 first-team selections. The national champion Golden Bears produced four first-team selections, more than any other school.
The New England Region produced the most All-America selections with 13, including five first-team honorees. The West Region produced the most first-team selections with seven. The Central Region produced 10 All-Americans, including five on the first team. The South Region had seven All-America choices, while the Mid-Atlantic Region had four.
2005 Pocock First-Team All-America Selections
|Diana Albrecht||The Ohio State University|
|Meg Anderson||Brown University|
|Jelena Djukic||University of California, Berkeley|
|Leah Ketcheson||University of Michigan|
|Nikki Lennart||University of Wisconsin|
|Caroline Lind||Princeton University|
|Margaret Matia||University of Virginia|
|Carolyn McMillan||University of Virginia|
|Iva Obradovic||University of California, Berkeley|
|Amanda Purcell||The Ohio State University|
|Erin Robertson||Michigan State University|
|Maria Stevens||Yale University|
|Kaylan Vander Schilden||University of California, Berkeley|
|Remy Hitomi (coxswain)||University of California, Berkeley|
2005 Pocock Second-Team All-America Selections
|Andrea Bagwell||University of Tennessee|
|Miriam Barsalou||Northeastern University|
|Ashlee Brown||Clemson University|
|Kate Davison||Dartmouth College|
|Annabell Fago||The Ohio State University|
|Missy Fiesler||Stanford University|
|Shannon Gedman||University of Wisconsin|
|Vanessa Glendenning||Loyola Marymount|
|Brittany McMahon||San Diego State|
|Claire Norsetter||Yale University|
|Chelsea Pemberton||University of Tennessee|
|Amanda Polk||University of Notre Dame|
|Brett Sickler||University of Michigan|
|Catherine Starr||Brown University|
|Jody Thomas||Washington State University|
|Katrina Wechselberger||Princeton University|
|Jacqueline Zider||Princeton University|
|Launa Forehand (coxswain)||University of Virginia|