Sauter, three others named All-RMAC

By Doug Fitzgerald published March 2, 2006

University of Colorado at Colorado Springs senior Jennine Sauter was named first-team All-West Division by the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference, the RMAC announced Thursday. Three other Mountain Lions, Julie Richards, Stephanie Sauter and Maribeth Martinez were also honored by the conference.

Jennine Sauter, a 6-foot forward from Auroraâ€TMs Smoky Hill High School, was second in the RMAC with 19.5 points per game and third with 8.8 rebounds per game. She set new single-season and career scoring records at UCCS in 2005-06.

Richards was named second-team All-West Division after leading the RMAC in blocked shots for the third straight season. The 6-foot-2 center averaged 2.9 blocks per game to go with her 14 points and 6.4 rebounds.

Stephanie Sauter and Martinez were named honorable mention. Stephanie Sauter averaged 9.4 points per game and led the Mountain Lions and was second in the RMAC in steals with three per game. She also led the team in 3-pointers with 60. Martinez averaged 4.29 assists per game, second-best in the RMAC, and was third in steals with 2.93 per game.


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Julie RichardsJulie Richards40CSo
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