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    Future Wildcat Jaeschke Named Parade Magazine All-American

    NUSPORTSDOTCOM Head Coach Beth Combs' recruit Amy Jaeschke was named to <i>Parade Magazine's</i> All-America second team.
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    Head Coach Beth Combs' recruit Amy Jaeschke was named to Parade Magazine's All-America second team.
    NUSPORTSDOTCOM

    April 13, 2007

    EVANSTON, Ill. -- Amy Jaeschke, who has signed a National Letter of Intent to play with the Wildcats next year, was recently named to Parade Magazine's All-America High School second team. The accolade is the most recent in a string of end-of-the year honors for the senior, who capped off her standout career at New Trier High School by averaging 18.0 ppg and 12.9 rpg. The 6-5 center was also tabbed a Women's Basketball Coaches Association (WBCA) Honorable Mention All-America selection and a 2007 McDonald's All-American earlier this year.

    Below is Jaeschke's full bio.

    Amy Jaeschke
    6-5 • Center
    Wilmette, Ill./New Trier

    High school: Parade Magazine All-America second team (2007) ... McDonald's All-American (2007) ... Named WBCA All-America Honorable Mention (2007) ... Recorded 2,031 points and 1,393 rebounds in high school career ... Averaged 18.0 ppg, 12.9 rpg her senior season ... Led the team in scoring 29 times and in rebounding 31 times during senior season ... Both leading scorer and rebounder in 29 out of 34 games senior year ... Chicago Tribune First-Team All-State (2006), Honorable Mention (2005), Special Mention (2004) ... Three-time All Conference selection (2004, 2005, 2006) ... USA U18 National Team Alternate (2006), Street & Smith's All-America HM, 2004, 2005 ... Adidas Top Ten Camp Upperclass All-Star (2005), Underclass All-Star (2004) ... Student Sports Freshman All-America ... Ranked No. 5 in her position and No. 27 overall by Scout.com ... Ranked No. 14 by Blue Star Basketball.

    Personal: Born Amy Betsy Jaeschke 4/26/89 ... Daughter of Robert and Betsy Jaeschke ... Chose Northwestern over Duke, Iowa, Maryland, Michigan State, Ohio State, Purdue and Stanford.