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Urmanski, Linzmeier earn WIAC first-team honors

Wisconsin-Superior senior guard Connie Urmanski and sophomore guard Sally Linzmeier earned Wisconsin Intercollegiate Athletic Conference first-team honors Tuesday.

Wisconsin-Superior senior guard Connie Urmanski and sophomore guard Sally Linzmeier earned Wisconsin Intercollegiate Athletic Conference first-team honors Tuesday.

Urmanski of Edgar, Wis., ended her career at UWS fifth all-time in points (1,183) and second in assists (270) while holding program records for 3-pointers (197) and free-throw percentage (.863). The elementary education major holds a 3.98 grade-point average and also was named to the WIAC all-sportsmanship team and was a co-recipient of the Judy Kruckman scholar-athlete award.

Linzmeier of Valders, Wis., returned from a serious knee injury to lead the Yellowjackets in points (447), rebounds (188) and steals (90) this season. She also was named to the WIAC all-defensive team for the second year in a row.

UWS, which went 19-8 for the best season in program history, had not had an all-conference first-team selection since Katie Moench in 2007. In addition, UWS sophomore guard Kristen Nett of Green Bay received WIAC honorable mention honors.

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