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Two women named to SCAC 15th Anniversary Hoops Team

February 9, 2006

SCAC RELEASE

February 9, 2006, Greencastle, Ind. - DePauw alumnae Amy Argetsinger and Sarah Zondor have been selected to the Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference’s 15th Anniversary Women’s Basketball Team.

Argetsinger ended her career with back-to-back Player-of-the-Year honors in 2003-04 and 2004-05. The former Tiger forward is sixth on the league's all-time scoring list with a school-record 1,447 points and was a Josten's Award finalist her senior season. She also established DePauw career records for free throws made (356), free throws attempted (452) and games played (116). A two-time All-America selection, Argetsinger played on two SCAC title teams and in three NCAA tournaments, including the 2002 DePauw team that finished third in the nation.

Zondor, along with Argetsinger, played on two SCAC title teams while at DePauw as well as participating in three NCAA tournaments. Her freshman season, the Tigers made it all the way to the Final Four and finished third nationally. Zondor, a two-time All-SCAC selection, finished her career with 1,124 points (sixth in school history) and is second in DePauw history with 128 three-point field goals made. She was selected the MVP of the 2004 SCAC Tournament, scoring a game-high 19 points in the title game.

The Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference will be announcing 15th Anniversary teams in all 18 sports during the 2005-06 academic year. The SCAC was formed in 1991 after a reorganization of its predecessor, the College Athletic Conference (CAC). The CAC dates to 1962 with four charter members: Centre College, Southwestern @ Memphis (now Rhodes College), Sewanee-The University of the South, and Washington & Lee (Va.) University. Washington (Mo.) University joined the CAC later that same year.

The SCAC was formed to provide an association through which the member institutions may encourage organized competition in intercollegiate sports among teams representative of their respective student bodies. Members of this conference share a commitment to priority of the overall quality of academic standards and quality educational experiences.

The SCAC’s 15th Anniversary teams were selected in each sport through balloting by present coaches and administrators. Athletes who participated in conference competition between the fall of 1991 through the spring of 2004 and had been named to at least two All-SCAC teams were eligible for selection.

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