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2011 ALL AMERICAN TEAMS MEMBERS

For the past tenyears AMSA has recognized students for their performance in Intercollegiate Meat Judging Contests and their grade point average by selecting them for All American Meat Judging Teams.

The A-Division All-American Teams were announced at the Cargill Meat Solutions High Plains Intercollegiate Meat Judging Contest, held October 30, 2011 at Cargill Meat Solutions in Plainview, TX. First and second team members each received a plaque that was generously sponsored by Certified Angus Beef LLC. Congratulations to the following students who were named to the A-Division First and Second All American Meat Judging Teams.

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First Team

Jacob Fish  (Garden City Community College)
Clay Krause (Clarendon College)
Nicholas Hardcastle (Clarendon College)
Kaitlyn Meyer (Clarendon College)

2011 A-Division Meat Judging All American Second Team
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Second Team

Aaron Faulkner (Coffeyville Community College)
Carson Mitchell (Clarendon College)
Lora Drake (Fort Scott Community College)
Alyssa Heitschmidt (Garden City Community College)

The Senior Division All American Teams were announced at the International Intercollegiate Meat Judging Contest, held November 13, 2011 at Tyson Foods in Dakota City, Nebraska.  First and second team members each received a plaque that was generously sponsored by Certified Angus Beef LLC. Congratulations to the following students who were named to the Senior-Division First and Second All American Meat Judging Teams. 

2011 Senior-Division Meat Judging All American First Team
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First Team

Jerra McMath, Texas Tech University
Jordan Hergenreder, Colorado State University
Zach Smith, Texas Tech University
Travis Begley, Texas Tech University 

2011 Senior-Division Meat Judging All American Second Team
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Second Team

McKenzie Clifton, Oklahoma State University
Dakotah Williams, Texas Tech University
Aaron Tapian, Kansas State University
Garret Dietz, Kansas State University

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