Associated Press All-Americans
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Description: Lists all AP women's basketball All-America teams, 1995-2002, plus the yearly winners of the coach and player of the year awards.
Associated Press All-America Teams All-America team, player of the year, and coach of the year are selected by AP sportswriters and broadcasters. Candace Parker, Tennessee FIRST TEAM Candace Parker, Tennessee, 6-5, junior Courtney Paris, Oklahoma, 6-4, junior Candice Wiggins, Stanford, 5-11, senior Sylvia Fowles, LSU, 6-6, senior Maya Moore, Connecticut, 6-0, freshman SECOND TEAM Crystal Langhorne, Maryland, 6-2, senior Erlana Larkins, North Carolina, 6-1, senior Angel McCoughtry, Louisville, 6-1, junior Kristi Toliver, Maryland, 5-7, junior Andrea Riley, Oklahoma State, 5-11, sophomore THIRD TEAM Amber Holt, Middle Tennessee State, 6-0, senior Renee Montgomery, Connecticut, 5-7, junior Leilani Mitchell, Utah, 5-5, senior Epiphanny Prince, Rutgers, 5-9, sophomore Tina Charles, Connecticut, 6-4, sophomore HONORABLE MENTION (In alphabetical order) Charel Allen, Notre Dame; Rachel Allison, Baylor; Jolene Anderson, Wisconsin; Matee Ajavon, Rutgers; Jayne Appel, Stanford; Kimberly Beck, George Washington; Chante Black, Duke; Shannon Bobbitt, Tennessee; DeWanna Bonner, Auburn; Essence Carson, Rutgers; Kristi Cirone, Illinois State; Marissa Coleman, Maryland; Kimberly Dietz, Kansas State; Janelle Dodds, SMU; Natalie Doma, Idaho State; Robyn Fairbanks, Utah Valley State; Claire Faucher, Portland State; A
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|Description:||lists all AP All-America teams, 1995-2000, plus the yearly winners of the Coach and Player of the Year awards|