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Date Ranked:12/20/2002
Ranked By

48 kg (105.5 lbs.)
1. Carol Huyhn (Simon Fraser)
2. Mary Kelly (Neosho County)
3. Melissa Hillaby (Alberta)
4. Krista Wells (Queens)
5. Liz Short (UM-Morris)
6. Tanya Miyasaki (Menlo College)
7. Heather Drake (Brock)
8. Kristen Fujioka (Pacific)

51 kg (112.25 lbs.)
1. Lyndsay Belisle (Univ. of BC)
2. Belinda Chow (Regina)
3. Terri McNutt (Western Ontario)
4. Sarah Hayes (Cumberland College)
5. Patrice Crenshaw (UM-Morris)
6. Andrea Ross (Calgary)
7. Sara White (Simon Fraser)
8. Audrey Pang (Princeton)

55 kg (121 lbs.)
1. Erica Sharp (Calgary)
2. Heather Sweezey (Brock)
3. Marcie Van Dusen (UM-Morris)
4. Jessica Shirley (Cumberland College)
5. Angela Mah (Simon Fraser)
6. Amber Birney (UNB)
7. Melina Hutchison (Menlo College)
8. Kate Eckfeldt (Calgary)

59 kg (130 lbs.)
1. Emily Richardson (Simon Fraser)
2. Breanne Graham (Calgary)
3. Katharine Patroch (Lakehead)
4. Ellen Macro (McMaster)
5. Jessica Peterson (Douglas)
6. Kiersten Hyatt (Missouri Valley)
7. Brooke Bogren (Cumberland College)
8. Heidi Kulak (Alberta)

63 kg (138.5 lbs.)
1. Tara Hedican (Guelph)
2. Viola Yanik (Saskatchewan)
3. Alaina Berube (Cumberland College)
4. Tina Arnds (Missouri Valley)
5. Leigh Jaynes (Missouri Valley)
6. Jill Campeau (Douglas)
7. Ceildh Boyd (Lakehead)
8. Golda Parahoo (Brock)

67 kg (147.5 lbs.)
1. Shannon Samler (Univ. of BC)
2. Megan Dolan (Brock)
3. Megan Buydens (Saskatchewan)
4. Ashlea McManus (Simon Fraser)
5. Mollie Keith (Missouri Valley)
6. Elena Mena (Neosho County)
7. Alana Petzschler (Guelph)
8. Jenny Church (Regina)

72 kg (158.5 lbs.)
1. Toccara Montgomery (Cumberland College)
2. Pamela Wilson (McMaster)
3. Martine DeGrunier (Concordia)
4. Alicia Mena (Neosho County)
5. Ashley Cross (Douglas)
6. Donnell Bradley (Missouri Valley)
7. Christie Wark (Simon Fraser)
8. Christine Calver (Lakehead)

77 kg (169.5 lbs.)
1. Christina Wolfe (Simon Fraser)
2. Hillary Leith (Missouri Valley)
3. Christa Walters (Queens)
4. Jen Hanson (Brock)
5. Jenna Pavlik (Lock Haven)
6. Alicia Brown (Regina)
7. Kerri Everly (Memorial)
8. Rebecca Boroshowa (Sasketchewan)

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 womenís varsity or club program, or a member of their college menís wrestling team.

Publication dates: Nov. 25; Dec. 20; Jan. 25; Feb. 25; March 25; April 25; May 25

Copyright 2002 by USA Wrestling and

Media outlets may reproduce these rankings only if they identify them as North American College Womenís Wrestling individual rankings.

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