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Gamble earns academic honors.

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Oregon senior midfielder Caitlin Gamble has been named to the academic all-America first team, the College Sports Information Directors of America announced Tuesday.

Gamble, a biology mjaor who holds a 4.04 grade-point average, is the first student-athlete in the history of the UO women's soccer program to earn first-team honors.


Gamble, who hails from Salt Lake City, ranked second in scoring for the Ducks (9-9-1) this season with four goals and one assist. Upon graduation in June, she plans to attend graduate school to get her Masters degree in neurobiology.

Gamble is the fifth Oregon woman to be named a first-team academic all-American, joining Kelly Blair (track and field, 1993-94), Sue Harbour (volleyball, 1985), Kathy Hayes (track and field, 1983-84-85) and Stefanie Kaperski (basketball, 1989-90).

Portland's Christine Sinclair was named the women's soccer academic all-American of the year.

Beacon women roll

over Thunderbirds

PORTLAND - Stacy Ermini scored 17 points and dished out five assists to lead Northwest Christian College women's basketball team to a 79-62 victory over Cascade College on Tuesday.

McKenzie Gambee added 13 points and eight rebounds for the Beacons, while Elise Gray had 11 points. NCC jumped out to a 43-22 halftime lead. Jamie Martinez led the Thunderbirds with 16 points.

Garrett helps Cascade

shoot down NCC

PORTLAND - Joshua Garrett scored a game-high 38 points to go along with six assists and six rebounds to pace Cascade College to a 91-75 men's basketball victory over Northwest Christian College on Tuesday.

Garrett connected on 15-of-24 shots from the field, including 5-of-6 from beyond the three-point line.

Andrew Williams and Josh Brown each scored 16 points for NCC, while Joe Beal and Josh Harbert added 11 points apiece.

Former Lancer Schoepke

scores goal in semifinal

Churchill's Jessica Schoepke, a junior midfielder for Westmont College, scored the team's lone goal in a loss to Martin Methodist (Tenn.) in the semifinals of the NAIA national women's soccer championships at Olathe, Kan., on Monday.

Schoepke's goal in the 49th minute of play gave Westmont a 1-0 lead. Martin Methodist tied the score six minutes later, and went on to record the victory with a 4-3 edge in a penalty-kick shootout.

Westmont ended the season with a 12-3-4 record.
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Title Annotation:Sports; UO senior named first-team academic all-American in women's soccer
Publication:The Register-Guard (Eugene, OR)
Date:Nov 23, 2005
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