The Southeastern Conference's Co-Scholar-Athlete of the Year, Christoph also earned first-team All-SEC and second-team ESPN The Magazine Academic All-America honors in 2006.
The SEC Offensive Player of the Year Rossi led the squad with 10 goals and 25 points, the highest output by a Lady Vol since Lyndsey Patterson's 26 points in 2003. The Pennington, N.J., native became just the third person to lead Tennessee in scoring in back-to-back years, following Allison Campbell in 1998-99 and Kim Patrick in 2001-02. The sophomore started all 23 contests and was named first-team All-SEC.
SMU led all programs with three representatives on the first team, while Texas A&M had a region-best five members on the three squads.
Tennessee ended 2006 with a 12-7-4 record overall in its sixth straight NCAA Tournament, advancing to the program's fourth regional semifinal in five years.