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Date Ranked:02/26/2002
Ranked By

48 kg (105.5 lbs.)
1. Carol Huyhn (Simon Fraser)
2. Clarissa Chun (Missouri Valley)
3. Julie Harris (Brock)
4. Katrina Betts (UM-Morris)
5. Melissa Hillaby (Alberta)
6. Sara White (Simon Fraser)
7. Stacey Williamson (Calgary)
8. Krista Wells (Queens)

51 kg/112.25 lbs.
1. Lydsay Belisle (Univ. of British Columbia)
2. Patricia Miranda (Stanford)
3. Jenny Wong (Lock Haven)
4. Heather Sweezey (Brock)
5. Marianne Vollmer (Missouri Valley)
6. Brittany Lavadure (Calgary)
7. Keli Hinton (UM-Morris)
8. Rachel Dean (Western Ontario)

55 kg (121 lbs.)
1. Tonya Verbeek (Brock)
2. Malissa Sherwood (Missouri Valley)
3. Heidi Kulak (Alberta)
4. Jessica Shirley (Cumberland College)
5. Ellen Macro (McMaster)
6. Sarah Tolin (Neosho County)
7. Marcia Chaisson (UNB)
8. Kate Eckfeldt (Calgary)

59 kg (129.8 lbs.)
1. Tonya Evinger (Missouri Valley)
2. Erin Tomeo (Lock Haven)
3. Emily Richardson (Douglas)
4. Melanie Kindrasky (Calgary)
5. Katharine Patroch (Lakehead)
6. Tela O’Donnell (Pacific)
7. Helen Hennick (UNB)
8. Shannon Mathie (Alberta)

63 kg (138.5 lbs.)
1. Sara McMann (Lock Haven)
2. Viola Yanik (Saskatchewan)
3. Tara Hedican (Guelph)
4. Breanne Graham (Calgary)
5. Sally Roberts (Pacific)
6. Megan Dolan (Brock)
7. Tori Adams (Missouri Valley)
8. Jennica Day (Simon Fraser)

67 kg (147.5 lbs.)
1. Toccara Montgomery (Cumberland College)
2. Katie Downing (UM-Morris)
3. Shannon Samler (Simon Fraser)
4. Kaci Lyle (Pacific)
5. Laura Jones (Brock)
6. Megan Buydens (Saskatchewan)
7. Germain Watkins (Calgary)
8. Katie Babits (Missouri Valley)

72 kg (158.5 lbs.)
1. Martine DeGrunier (Concordia)
2. Ashley Buchanan (Douglas)
3. Samantha Branka (UM-Morris)
4. Ashlea McManus (Simon Fraser)
5. Randi Miller (Neosho County)
6. Alicia Brown (Regina)
7. Christine Calver (Lakehead)
8. Donnell Bradley (Missouri Valley)

77 kg (169.4 lbs.)
1. Pamela Wilson (McMaster)
2. Jenna Pavlik (Lock Haven)
3. Nina Vernon (Missouri Valley)
4. Kaitlin Charlie (Alberta)
5. Elise Comeau (Calgary)
6. Trish Leibel (Lakehead)
7. Alicia Wilson (UM-Morris)
8. Roslyn Newhook (Memorial)

Selected by, with assistance from a panel of five college coaches. Athletes who are considered for ranking are eligible full-time college students, and are members of their college women’s varsity or club program, or a member of their college men’s wrestling team.

Publication dates: Nov. 28; Dec. 26; Jan. 25; Feb. 25; March 25; April 25; May 25

Copyright 2002 by USA Wrestling and

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