Pomona-Pitzer’s Alyssa Woodward named SCAIC Player of Year

Alyssa Woodward

Senior Alyssa Woodward of Pomona-Pitzer has been mamed the SCIAC Women’s Water Polo Athlete of the Year and freshman Morgan McCracken was named the SCIAC Newcomer of the Year.

Woodward, a three-time Division III All-American, led the Sagehens in scoring for the fourth year in a row with 65 goals, finishing her four-year career with 318. She reached the 300-goal plateau in a 14-10 win over Azusa Pacific on April 8, when she scored five times.

Woodward, a native of Riverside, was named the SCIAC Female Athlete of the Week for all sports for that week, after also adding a career-high six goals in a Senior Day win over La Verne on April 11. She also had a hat trick against No. 3 USC and scored twice in an overtime win over No. 19 UC San Diego.
Morgan McCracken
McCracken finished second on the team in goals (41), finishing behind only Woodward’s 65. She had a season-high five goals in a 16-5 win over Redlands, a total which she matched in a 14-10 win over Azusa Pacific, and also had a trick against No. 9 Cal State Northridge.  McCracken capped off her rookie season with five goals in the SCIAC Championship Tournament, including two in the finals against Whittier.

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SBVC’s Lauren Melchor leads All-Foothill softball team

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The Foothill Conference announced its selections in softball. Here is the full list:

Player of Year: Lauren Melchor, San Bernardino Valley
Pitcher of Year: Myranda Libunao, College of the Desert
Coach of Year: Bianca Urquidi, Rio Hondo

First team
Christina Acosta, San Bernardino Valley
Dominique Acosta, Chaffey
Lauren Avila, Chaffey
Sarrah Bolding, College of the Desert
Lauren Coronado, Rio Hondo
Laurie Haro, San Bernardino Valley
Kiana Holder College of the Desert
Kendra Mendez, College of the Desert
Katherine Morgan, Barstow
Alicia Morris, San Bernardino Valley
Lauren Ortiz, College of the Desert
Serena Ovalles, San Bernardino Valley
Stephanie Pirir-Pulido, Rio Hondo
Erica Tennyson, Victor Valley
Amanda Toledo, Rio Hondo

Second team
Monique Bernal, Chaffey
Jesikah Fortunato, San Bernardino Valley
Stephanie Garcia, Chaffey
Juliana Fierro, Victor Valley
Kalen Gopperton, College of the Desert
Alese Graham, San Bernardino Valley
Kayla Kobler, College of the Desert
Esthefany Martinez, Rio Hondo
Samantha Ojeda, San Bernardino Valley
Brittany Salcido, Rio Hondo
Catalina Smith, Barstow
Ali Tuller, College of the Desert
Mylene Valencia,Rio Hondo

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San Bernardino Valley baseball team looks to playoffs

 

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The SBVC team celebrates conference title after 1-0 win over Rio Hondo

With a third straight Foothill Conference crown in hand, the San Bernardino Valley College baseball team now looks to the playoffs.

The Wolverines (23-13) will host No. 11 Saddleback (23-13) in a best-of-three first round series which starts with a 2 p.m. game on Friday.

Game two, and three if necessary, will be on Saturday.

SBVC is looking to win a playoff game for the first time since 2005 when it defeated Orange Coast in the second game of a best-of-three set.

This was the school’s 15th conference title.

Here is the playoff schedule:

Tuesday’s games (single elimination)
No. 17 Irvine Valley at No. 16 LA Mission (22-14)
No. 18 Riverside (21-15) at No. 15 Cerritos (22-14)

Best-of-three (First games Friday)
Lowest remaining seed at No. 1 Palomar (30-6)
No. 9 Southwestern (28-8) at No. 8 Glendale (19-17)
No. 12 Fullerton (21-15) at No. 5 Cypress (25-11)
No. 13 Cuesta (20-16) at No. 4 Golden West (23-13)
No. 14 Rio Hondo (26-10) at No. 3 Santa Barbara (28-8)
No. 11 Saddleback (23-13) at No. 6 San Bernardino Valley (23-12)
No. 10 Orange Coast (21-15) at No. Long Beach (20-16)
2nd lowest remaining seed at No. 2 Oxnard (26-9-1)

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