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NKU junior named Kodak/WBCA Division II honorable mention All-American

NKU’s Karmen Graham

HIGHLAND HEIGHTS, Ky. - Northern Kentucky University’s Karmen Graham has been named to the Kodak/Women’s Basketball Coaches Association NCAA Division II All-America Team as an honorable mention selection.

Graham, a 6-foot-1 junior forward, averaged 14.3 points and 5.5 rebounds per game this season. A native of Kettering, Ohio, Graham shot 54.2 percent from the field and made 84.3 percent of her free throws as NKU finished with a 27-5 record and advanced to the NCAA Division II Tournament.

Graham was named first team All-Great Lakes Valley Conference this season and All-Great Lakes Region. She also was selected to the GLVC’s all-tournament team as the Norse captured the conference championship.

Graham will begin her senior year with 908 career points. She scored in double figures 25 times this season, with a career-best 31 points against West Virginia Wesleyan on Dec. 19.

Jennifer Harris of Washburn (Kan.) was named the 2006 NCAA Division II National Player of the Year by the WBCA.

2006 NCAA Division II Kodak/WBCA All-Americans

(First Team)
Name School Year Pos. Hgt.

Kristi Boese, North Dakota Sr. F 6-0
Lindsey Dietz, Minnesota-Duluth Sr. F 6-0
Jennifer Harris, Washburn Sr. G 5-10
Lisa Lee, Charleston Sr. F 6-0
Amanda Newton, Drury Sr. C 6-1
Erika Quigley, Saint Cloud State Jr. C 6-2
Niki Reams, Grand Valley State Sr. F 5-10
Sharmion Selmon, American International Sr. F 6-0
Amber Simmons, Cal-Chico So. F 5-11
Michelle Stueve, Emporia State So. F 6-2

(Honorable Mention)
Name Institution Year Pos. Hgt.
Meg Abele, Philadelphia Jr. F 5-11
Tanetra Barrett, Wingate Jr. G 5-5
Nastassia Boucicault, Shaw Sr. G 5-6
Emily Brister, West Texas A&M Fr. G 5-7
LaShonda Chiles, Anderson Jr. G 5-1
Alisha Collins, Stonehill Jr. F 5-9
Denae Dobbins, Glenville State Sr. C 6-6
Tina Donahue, Western Washington Sr. F 6-0
Tai Ellis, West Georgia Sr. G 5-7
Michelle Gibson, West Florida Sr. G 5-7
Joslyn Giles, Rollins Sr. F 5-11
Karmen Graham, Northern Kentucky Jr. F 6-1
Nicole Gruntorad, Wayne (Neb.) State Sr. G 5-9
Callie Iorfido, Edinboro Sr. G 5-5
Shamika Jackson, Southern Conn. State So. G 6-1
Leora Juster, California-San Diego Jr. G 5-8
Audosha Kelley, Armstrong Atlantic State Sr. G 5-9
Cassie King, North Carolina Central Jr. F 6-0
Diana Lopez, Regis Jr. G 5-8
Becky Marquardt-King, Lake Superior State Sr. C 6-0
Joelle Martin, Merrimack Sr. G 5-9
Katie McElree, Cal State Bakersfield Sr. F 5-10
Keisha Monroe, West Texas A&M Sr. C 6-1
Caronica Randle, Central Arkansas Jr. F 5-9
Rachel Redick, Glenville State Jr. G 5-7
Kara Rutledge, Drury Sr. G 5-9
Kate Schrader, Florida Gulf Coast Jr. F 5-11
Katie Williamson, North Georgia Sr. G 5-10
Mandy Wood, Seattle Pacific Sr. G 5-6
Tiffany Vincent, Central Missouri State Sr. F 5-11