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Date Ranked:01/27/2005
Ranked By

48 kg (105.5 lbs.)
1. Sara Fulp-Allen (Menlo College)
2. Krista Wells (Calgary)
3. Laura Felix (Cal-State Bakersfield)
4. Miranda Dick (Simon Fraser)
5. Hajar Ashtani (Regina)
6. Ashley McKilligan (Simon Fraser)
7. Laura Skopelianos (Western Ontario)
8. Hana Askren (McGill)

51 kg (112.25 lbs.)
1. Erica Sharp (Alberta)
2. Sara White (Simon Fraser)
3. Terri McNutt (Western Ontario)
4. Kapua Torres (Pacific)
5. Maika Watanabe (Missouri Valley)
6. Alana King (Brock)
7. Kerra Candia (Simon Fraser)
8. Shelby Wells (Saskatchewan)

55 kg (121 lbs.)
1. Heather Sweezey (Brock)
2. Othella Lucas (Cumberland College)
3. Belinda Chow (Western Ontario)
4. Jessica Peterson (Simon Fraser)
5. Brittany Lavadure (Calgary)
6. Andrea Ross (Calgary)
7. Jillian Gallays (Saskatchewan)
8. Laura Chabot (Regina)

59 kg (130 lbs.)
1. Emily Richardson (Simon Fraser)
2. Suekoiyla Shelly (Cumberland College)
3. Ellen Marco (McMaster)
4. Justine Bouchard (Calgary)
5. Laura McDougal (Calgary)
6. Amy Dyck (Saskatchewan)
7. Holly Battig (Alberta)
8. Astrid Gomez (Missouri Valley)

63 kg (138.5 lbs.)
1. Alaina Berube (Cumberland College)
2. Tara Hedican (Guelph)
3. Amanda Gerhart (Douglas)
4. Megan Dolan (Brock)
5. Brooke Bogren (Missouri Valley)
6. Angela Mah (Simon Fraser)
7. Theresa Bakker (Regina)
8. Tasha Eade (Lakehead)

67 kg (147.5 lbs.)
1. Megan Buydens (Saskatchewan)
2. Heather Martin (Cumberland College)
3. Ashlea McManus (Simon Fraser)
4. Heidi Kulak (Alberta)
5. Stephanie Howoron (McMaster)
6. Kelly Branham (Missouri Valley)
7. Shelly Ruberg (Cumberland College)
8. Elisa Howes (Calgary)

72 kg (158.5 lbs.)
1. Toccara Montgomery (Cumberland College)
2. Stephany Lee (Missouri Valley)
3. Ali Bernard (Regina)
4. Jaclyn Hedges (Alberta)
5. Emily McCague (Lakehead)
6. Kerri Ann Everly (Memorial)
7. Selina Perez (Missouri Valley)
8. Meghan Wilton (Guelph)

80 kg (176 lbs.)
1. Megan Goldsmith (Calgary)
2. Satrinina Vernon (Missouri Valley)
3. Shayla Turcotte (Simon Fraser)
4. Jen Hansen (Brock)
5. Tabitha Golt (Cumnberland College)
6. Dani Gurski (Saskatchewan)
7. Christina Jones (Lakehead)
8. Seren Martin (Western Ontario)

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; Jan. 27; Feb. 25; March 25

Copyright 2005 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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