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Date Ranked:03/31/2006
Ranked By

48 kg (105.5 lbs.)
1. Mary Kelly (Northern Michigan USOEC)
2. Alana King (Brock)
3. Miranda Dick (Simon Fraser)
4. Sara Fulp-Allen (Menlo College)
5. Laura Felix (Cal-State Bakersfield)
6. Hajar Ashtani (Regina)
7. Brandy Ens (Calgary)
8. Ashley McKilligan (Simon Fraser)

51 kg (112.25 lbs.)
1. Terri McNutt (Western Ontario)
2. Sara White (Simon Fraser)
3. Jessica Medina (Univ. of the Cumberlands)
4. Erin Yamashita (Calgary)
5. Pam Ewanashin (Saskatchewan)
6. Liz Martindale (Brock)
7. Maika Watanabe (Missouri Valley)
8. Samantha Schuman (Missouri Valley)

55 kg (121 lbs.)
1. Brittany Laverdure (Calgary)
2. Sharon Jacobsen (Northern Michigan USOEC)
3. Jessica Bondy (Brock)
4. Jessica Peterson (Simon Fraser)
5. Jillian Gallays (Saskatchewan)
6. Nicole Darrow (Northern Michigan USOEC)
7. Jenn Nguyen (Western Ontario)
8. Shannon Mullins (Queens)

59 kg (130 lbs.)
1. Emily Richardson (Simon Fraser)
2. Othella Lucas (Univ. of the Cumberlands)
3. Michelle Fazzari (Brock)
4. Katie Patroch (Lakehead)
5. Ellen Macro (McMaster)
6. Jazzie Barker (Calgary)
7. Rachel Billerbeck (Missouri Valley)
8. Amy Dyck (Saskatchewan)

63 kg (138.5 lbs.)
1. Alaina Berube (Univ. of the Cumberlands)
2. Justine Bouchard (Calgary)
3. Stacie Anaka (Simon Fraser)
4. Amanda Gerhart (Douglas)
5. Stefenie Shaw (Northern Michigan USOEC)
6. Tasha Eade (Lakehead)
7. Jill McCallum (Western Ontario)
8. Megan King (Regina)

67 kg (147.5 lbs.)
1. Megan Buydens (Saskatchewan)
2. Randi Miller (Northern Michigan USOEC)
3. Heather Martin (Univ. of the Cumberlands)
4. Stephanie Howoron (McMaster)
5. Ashlea McManus (Simon Fraser)
6. Shelly Ruberg (Univ. of the Cumberlands)
7. Leah Callahan (Calgary)
8. Andrea Hale (Lassen)

72 kg (158.5 lbs.)
1. Stephany Lee (Missouri Valley)
2. Ali Bernard (Regina)
3. Hayley McLeary (Simon Fraser)
4. Tabetha Golt (Univ. of the Cumberlands)
5. Meghan Wilton (Guelph)
6. Kirby Steinhof (Western Ontario)
7. Emily McCague (Lakehead)
8. Stacey Martell (Pacific)

82 kg (176 lbs.)
1. Toccara Montgomery (Univ. of the Cumberlands)
2. Shayla Turcotte (Simon Fraser)
3.Megan Goldsmith (Calgary)
4. Beth Thompson (Saskatchewan)
5. Collette Curtis (Missouri Valley)
6. Megan Seiling (Guelph)
7. Lauren MacDonald (Western Ontario)
8. Jen Hansen (Brock)

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. 27; March 30

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