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Collegiate All-American Honorary Teams

  • 02 Jul 2019
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Lindenwood’s Strong / Photo: Alex Ho (hoiho.net)

USA Rugby named honorary All-American teams for DI Elite, Spring Division I and Spring Division II colleges after their respective 15s championships in May. These players haven’t necessarily represented the Women’s Collegiate All-Americans – USA Rugby’s national age-grade team – but distinguished themselves during the most recent post-season.

DI ELITE

Four teams comprise the DI Elite, all of them compete in the national playoffs, and thus players from all four teams are represented. Lindenwood repeated as national 15s champion, while Life repeated as runner-up. There was no third-place game between Penn State and Central Washington.

FIRST TEAM

1. Megan Rom – Life

2. Destiny Arena – Lindenwood

3. Azniv Nalbandian – Penn State

4. McKenna Strong – Lindenwood

5. Haley Langan – Life

6. Michel Navarro – Central Washington

7. Morgan Freeman – Lindenwood

8. Niko Paogofie-Buyten – Lindenwood

9. Annakaren Pedraza – Lindenwood

10. Kayla Canett – Penn State

11. Susan Adegoke – Life

12. Maria Marin – Life

13. Teresa Bueso Gomez – Lindenwood

14. Caring De Freitas – Lindenwood

15. Alex Sedrick – Life

Life’s Kahele / Photo: Alex Ho (hoiho.net)

SECOND TEAM

1. Mary Healy – Lindenwood

2. Karissa Lacy – Life

3. Mae Sagapolu – Central Washington

4. Jo Moreira – Central Washington

5. Ravyn Santiago – Life

6. Mia Lancelotti – Penn State

7. Karen Faget – Life

8. Ellie Fromstein – Penn State

9. Bridget Kahele – Life

10. Leah Ingold – Central Washington

11. Sativa Tarau Peehikuru – Lindenwood

12. McKenzie Hawkins – Lindenwood

13. Sui A’au – Central Washington

14. Kodi Barlow – Lindenwood

15. Darina Roe – Penn State

DIVISION I – SPRING

Division I is separated into fall and spring competitions, and the latter culminated with a big BYU win over Virginia Tech in the final. See the full brackets here.

Stanford’s Hayward / Photo: Alex Ho (hoiho.net)

1. Emily Briggs – BYU

2. Lora Gubler – BYU

3. Jett Hayward – Stanford

4. Olivia Pierce – Virginia Tech

5. Vanessa Samoza – Chico State

6. Lefanoga Stanley – BYU

7. Christina Norman – Central Florida

8. Sandy Kanuch – BYU

9. Brooklyn Grange – BYU

10. Matalasi Morrissette – BYU

11. Alisa Baker – BYU

12. Naomi Carrillo – UC Santa Barbara

13. Jetta Owens – Virginia Tech

14. Lauren Thunen – UC Santa Barbara

15. Kainoa Ah Quin – BYU

DIVISION II – SPRING

Division II is separated into fall and spring competitions, and the latter culminated with a final four weekend, one in which Fresno State won. See the full brackets here.

St. Mary’s College’s Tomelloso / Photo: Jackie Finlan

1. Kristina Tomelloso – St. Mary’s College

2. Brianna Shaffer – Salisbury

3. Mayra Aguilar – Fresno State

4. Emerson Allen – Eckerd

5. Kailyn Small – William & Mary

6. Jacqueline Gregory – Salisbury

7. Andrea Zaragoza – St. Mary’s College

8. Haley Gee – Salisbury

9. Melia Carlin – Long Beach State

10. Regan Garner – Fresno State

11. Meaghan Gallagher – Fresno State

12. Sarah Foster – Tulane

13. Kat Scheerer – Eckerd

14. Chetna Kumar-Naicker – Fresno State

15. Stephanie Franz – Eckerd

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