Sauter named preseason All-RMAC
UCCS forward Jennine Sauter was named preseason All-Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference West Division, the RMAC announced Wednesday.
The senior from Smoky Hill High School in Aurora, Colo., led the Mountain Lions in scoring with 10.8 points per game this past season. She also averaged 4.6 rebounds.
As a team, UCCS was picked by the conferenceâ€TMs coaches to finish sixth out of seven teams in the Western Division. The menâ€TMs team was picked to finish seventh.
The Mountain Lion women posted a 10-17 record a year ago, 5-14 in the RMAC.
2005-06 Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference Preseason Coachesâ€TM Poll
# School (1st votes)
1. Regis (8) 18
2. Metropolitan State (5) 23
3. Fort Hays State 43
4. Nebraska-Kearney (1) 44
5. Colorado Mines 58
6. Chadron State 72
7. Colorado Christian 85
# School (1st votes) Pts.
1. New Mexico Highlands (7) 25
2. CSU-Pueblo (4) 36
3. Mesa State (1) 37
4. Fort Lewis (1) 42
5. Adams State (1) 55
6. UC-Colorado Springs 64
7. Western State 84
Preaseason All-RMAC Eastern Division
PAIGE POWERS, Metropolitan State (5-8, So.-G) Bosque Farms, NM
DIANA LOPEZ, Regis (5-8, Jr.- G) Denver, Colo.
ASHLEY GRONEWALLER, Colorado Mines (6-3, Sr.- C) Pagosa Springs, Colo.
ASHLEE GUSTIN, Fort Hays State (6-2, Jr.- F) Topeka, Kan.
KALEE MODLIN, Nebraska-Kearney (6-1, Sr.- C) Knoxville, Iowa
Preseason All-RMAC Western Division
AMIE MOULTON, Fort Lewis (5-9, Sr.-G) Chandler, Ariz.
BRITTANY ROWLEY, Mesa State (5-8, Sr.-G) Green River, Wyo.
DANIELLE MURPHY, New Mexico Highlands (5-8, Sr.-G)
JENNINE SAUTER, UC-Colorado Springs (6-0, Jr.-F) Aurora, Colo.
AUDRA LAWSON, Western State (6-1, So.-C) Topeka, Kan.
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