Three women's basketball players honored by RMAC
Three members of the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs womenâ€TMs basketball team were honored by the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference.
Senior point guard B.J. McNeally was named first-team All-West Division, while senior Meghan McGee and sophomore Jennine Sauter were named honorable mention.
It was the second straight year that McNeally was named All-West Division first team. She was joined on the team by Colorado State-Puebloâ€TMs Nadia Fercha, Adams Stateâ€TMs Meagan Hoffman, Fort Lewisâ€TM Amy Mohr and Mesa Stateâ€TMs Natalie Rogers.
During her four-year CU-Colorado Springs career, McNeally broke the school career records for points, assists and steals.
It was the second time Sauter had been recognized in the balloting, which is done by RMAC coaches. Last year, she was named to the Westâ€TMs second team.
It was the first such honor for McGee, a senior from Grand Junction.
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