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Shareese Grant Finalist for Kodak/WBCA All-America Basketball Team

Courtesy: ODU Athletics
         
Release: March 14, 2005
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March 14, 2005

ATLANTA, Ga. -- Senior guard Shareese Grant (Va. Beach, Va.) has been announced as one of 48 finalists for NCAA Division I Kodak/WBCA All-America Basketball Team. Grant, Old Dominion's leading scorer and a three-time Colonial Athletic Association MVP, is now in the running for selection to the 10-member Kodak/WBCA All-America Team.

Grant, a 2005 First Team All-CAA selection, is averaging a team-best 15.0 points per game. She earned her third CAA MVP distinction last weekend as she helped the Lady Monarchs claim its 14th straight CAA title by pouring in a career-high 35 points in ODU's victory in the CAA finale over Delaware.

The Lady Monarchs (22-8) are heading into the NCAA Tournament this weekend. The 11th seeded Lady Monarchs will take on #6 Virginia in Williams Arena on Saturday at 7:00 p.m. (EST) on ESPN 2.

Finalists are the following:

Region 1
Jacqueline Batteast University of Notre Dame Senior Forward 6-2
Meg Bulger West Virginia University Sophomore Guard 6-0
Megan Duffy University of Notre Dame Junior Guard 5-7
Anna Montañana George Washington University Senior Forward 6-1
Cappie Pondexter Rutgers University Senior Guard 5-9
Ann Strother University Connecticut Junior Guard 6-2

Region 2
Monique Currie Duke University Junior G/F 6-0
Shay Doron University of Maryland Sophomore Guard 5-9
Shareese Grant Old Dominion University Senior Guard 5-8
Roneeka Hodges Florida State University Senior Guard 5-11
Tamara James University of Miami Junior Forward 5-10
Ivory Latta University of North Carolina Sophomore Guard 5-6

Region 3
Seimone Augustus Louisiana State University Junior Guard 6-1
Ashley Earley Vanderbilt University Senior Forward 5-10
Shyra Ely University of Tennessee Senior Forward 6-2
Tasha Humphrey University of Georgia Freshman Forward 6-3
Temeka Johnson Louisiana State University Senior Guard 5-3
Tan White Mississippi State University Senior Guard 5-7

Region 4
Ryan Coleman Eastern Michigan University Senior Guard 5-8
Jazz Covington University of Louisville Sophomore C/F 6-3
Jessica Dickson University of South Florida Sophomore Forward 5-11
Kate Endress Ball State University Senior G/F 6-0
Sandora Irvin Texas Christian University Senior Forward 6-3
Khara Smith DePaul University Junior Forward 6-2

Region 5
Steffanie Blackmon Baylor University Senior Forward 6-2
Dionnah Jackson University of Oklahoma Senior Guard 5-9
Tiffany Jackson University of Texas Sophomore Forward 6-3
Anne O'Neil Iowa State University Senior-RS Guard 5-11
Sophia Young Baylor University Junior Forward 6-1
Kendra Wecker Kansas State University Senior Forward 5-11

Region 6
Jessica Davenport Ohio State University Sophomore Center 6-5
Janel McCarville University of Minnesota Senior Center 6-2
Tiffany Mor University of Wisconsin-Green Bay Senior Forward 6-1
Liz Shimek Michigan State University Junior Forward 6-1
Jess Strom Penn State University Senior Guard 5-7
Tanisha Wright Penn State University Senior Guard 5-11

Region 7
Tasha Crain Louisiana Tech University Junior Guard 5-7
Janielle Dodds Southern Methodist University Freshman Forward 6-3
Ashley Elliott University of Wyoming Senior Guard 5-7
Julie Gjertsen Weber State University Senior Guard 5-10
Kim Smith University of Utah Junior Forward 6-1
Shona Thorburn University of Utah Junior Guard 5-10

Region 8
Nikki Blue UCLA Junior Guard 5-8
Cathrine Kraayeveld University of Oregon Senior Forward 6-4
Kristen Mann University of California - Santa Barbara Senior Forward 6-2
Shawntinice Polk University of Arizona Junior Center 6-5
Dee-Dee Wheeler University of Arizona Senior Guard 5-6
Candice Wiggins Stanford University Freshman Guard 5-11

The Kodak/WBCA All-America Basketball Team for NCAA Division I will be announced at the Kodak/WBCA All-America Team press conference at the Westin Hotel on April 2, 2005 in Indianapolis, Indiana.

Founded in 1981, the WBCA promotes women's basketball by unifying coaches at all levels to develop a reputable identity for the sport and to foster and promote the development of the game as an amateur sport for women and girls. For additional information about the WBCA, please visit WBCA.org.

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