Sauter named to all-tournament team
UCCS forward Jennine Sauter was named to the all-tournament team at this past weekendâ€TMs Best Western Alamosa Inn Classic, which was hosted by Adams State.
Sauter led the tournament in scoring, averaging 26.5 points per game. She scored 35 points in the tournament opener against Pittsburg State on Friday, which was the second best single-game performance in UCCS history. Amber Anderson scored 37 against Air Force on Feb. 22, 1994.
Sauter, a 6-foot senior from Aurora, made 20 of her 34 field goal attempts in the tournament.
Best Western Alamosa Inn Classic
MVP- Keisha Monroe, West Texas A&M
Emily Brister, West Texas A&M
Kara Kinney, Pittsburg State
Stephanie Klecker, Adams State
Jennine Sauter, UC-Colorado Springs
Natalie Wheeler, West Texas A&M
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