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NAIA rewards TMC pair

Zamroz, Gillespie named All-Americans

Posted: April 9, 2008 9:05 p.m.
Updated: June 10, 2008 5:02 a.m.
 
The Master's College basketball players Annie Gillespie and Ryan Zamroz have been selected as NAIA All-Americans for the 2007-2008 season.

Gillespie, a sophomore guard, earned honorable mention on the Division I Women's Basketball American Team.

This is her second year being named and the 10th consecutive year that the Lady Mustangs have has a player chosen to the NAIA All-American squad.

As a sophomore, Gillespie started all 33 games of the Lady Mustang's 21-12 team this season. She led the team in points per game (12.8) and three-point percentage (41.0).

She was second in rebounds (189), field goal percentage (51.4), and steals (58).

TMC women lost in the second round of the NAIA Tournament March 21 against Union 95-78.

Zamroz, also a guard for TMC, was named to the NAIA 2007-2008 Division I Men's Basketball All-American Second Team.

"It was well deserved. He is consistent and efficient in every game he played," said TMC head coach Chuck Martin.

He started all 31 games, and was the high scorer in 20 of those games.

Zamroz also scored double figures in 30 of the team's 31 games.

The junior guard led the team in scoring with 18.7 points per game and assists (92).

In the Golden State Athletic Conference, Zamroz led in minutes played (36 minutes per game) and free throw percentage (85.9).

Zamroz's scoring average was second in conference.

"(The team) could count on him every night to not commit turnovers and to score many points on few shots," Martin said.

His accomplishments this season led the Mustangs to the GSAC Tournament for the first time in three years. They fell to California Baptist in the first round March 6 and ended their season 16-15.

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