Cal State San Bernardino trio nets All-West Region


The postseason accolades continue for the Coyotes’ volleyball team, which placed three on this year’s Daktronics All-West Region team.

Senior All-American MB Tori May and junior OH Alexandra Torline were named to the first team, and junior MB Brenna McIntosh was named to the second team.

May, who earned second-team honors a year ago, holds the second-best attack percentage in the country (.412, NCAA stats Nov. 17) and threw down 15 in Thursday’s opening round victory over Western Washington. She averages 2.92 kills/set and averages 0.98 blocks/set for the 21-6 Coyotes.

Torline leads the Coyotes in kills (444), kills/set (4.23), attacks (1,251) service aces (31) and points (506.5). She also was a first-team All-CCAA selection earlier this week. She led the Coyotes with 18 kills in the victory over Western Washington.

McIntosh, who earned third-team All-American honors from Daktronics a year ago, earned her third straight region honor. She ranks third in the country in blocks/set (1.37) and has a CCAA-leading 136 total blocks going into Friday’s NCAA West Region semifinal. Against WWU, she had 11 kills with two solo and three block assists.

May and Torline now advance to the national All-American ballot.


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Chino Hills native Jordyn Siko honored by PacWest

Jordyn Siko

Chino Hills High School graduate Jordyn Siko of Cal Baptist University has earned All-PacWest honors for the first time.

Siko, who was named to the second team, helped the Lancers hit at a .243 percentage on the season, which ranked them No. 1 in the PacWest and 23rd in the division.

The junior battled through injury issues throughout the year, playing in 21 of 28 matches, with CBU hitting over .300 in matches where she setted.

She had 751 assists (10.73 a set), 170 digs, 48 kills, 41 blocks and 17 aces and produced nine double-doubles on the year.



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Victor Valley player signs with Simon Fraser

Victor Valley College sophomore basketball standout Max Barkeley has signed with NCAA Division II Simon Fraser University.

Barkeley, a 6-foot-2 guard is averaging 13.2 points, 2.7 rebounds and 2.2 assists in six games so far this season.

It’s a good fit for him. He is originally from Vancouver, Canada where the school is located, although he lives now in Lake Arrowhead and graduated from Rim of the World High School.

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