All-American from Taranaki

Originally from Waitara, Terai Sadler, 20, who plays basketball for Crowder College in Missouri, “can claim something no other Lady ‘Rider has – and perhaps very few around the nation – she’s the school’s first All-American New Zealander.” A sophomore at the university, Sadler is one of only 10 players nationally to earn NJCAA Division I First Team All-American honours for the 2013 season. “We don’t have anything like [the award] in New Zealand, so to get this is pretty awesome,” Sadler said. “I couldn’t have done it without my coaches or my teammates.” An All-American team is a composition team of the best players in their sports’ division.


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