The Westmont women’s volleyball team had three players named to the All-Golden State Athletic Conference Team on Tuesday. Senior opposite hitter Cassidy Rea, junior outside hitter/defensive specialist Brooklynn Cheny and freshman setter Keelyn Kistner were all honored for their outstanding performances this season.
Rea was named to the All-GSAC Team for the third year in a row. She leads the Warriors with 362 kills. She’s also first on the team in kills per set (3.38) and attacking percentage (.316). Rea is second in the GSAC in kills and attacking percentage.
Cheney, who was the GSAC Freshman of the Year in 2017 is second on the team in digs with 448 and service aces with 33. She is also third in kills for Westmont with 246.
As a freshman, Kistner has made an immediate impact with a team-high 658 assists. Kistner also leads the Warriors in service aces with 39 and is third in digs with 245.
Westmont (23-6 overall, 14-4 GSAC) is the second seed for this weekend’s GSAC Tournament in Atherton. The Warriors have a first-round bye and will play a semifinal match against the winner of Vanguard and William Jessup.
The Laguna Blanca girls volleyball team had several members honored by the Frontier League.
It began with Jason Donnelly, who was named the league’s coach of the year. Middle blocker Ella Delwiche and Audry Murphy were joined by Bishop Diego’s Alina Urzua and Julia Gregson, along with Providence’s Julia Biederman on the Frontier League First Team.
Ainsley McGovern, Bea Lujan and Annie Gabler represented Laguna Blanca on the Frontier League’s Second team, along with Ashlyn Oxton and Siena Urzua of Bishop Diego and Bella Madrigal of Providence.
Honorable mention honors went to Sophia Webster, Paige Levinson and Bella Woodhouse of Laguna Blanca; Sydney Naour and Ariana Morones of Bishop Diego; and Emma Goodell and Liga Coffin of Providence.
L.A. MISSION 3, SBCC 1
The Eagles scored two goals in the final 10 minutes of regulation to defeat the visiting Vaqueros.
Trailing 1-0 in the 75th minute, SBCC got even at 1-1 on Hans Nordin’s goal before two defensive mistakes in the final 10 minutes cost the Vaqueros the chance at a positive result.
SBCC fell to 9-4-5 overall and 2-3-4 in the Western Athletic Conference North.