Cal Poly Pomona athletes take home CCAA honors

The CCAA handed out its postseason honors in Stockton in conjunction with the conference tournament. Here are those honored:

Player of Year: Jada Blackwell, Sr., Cal Poly Pomona
Newcomer of Year: A’Jaee Foster, Jr., Humboldt State
Freshman of Year: Whitney Branham, Chico State
Coach of Year: Joddie Gleason, Humboldt State

First team
Jada Blackwell, Sr., Cal Poly Pomona
A’Jaee Foster, Jr., Humboldt State
Breanne Garcia, Jr., Cal State Dominguez Hills
Monay Lee, Jr., Cal State Dominguez Hills
Stephanie Lopez, Sr., Cal State East Bay
Alexcia Mack, Jr., Cal State San Bernardino
Ariel Marsh, Sr., Cal Poly Pomoma

Talia Rayford, Sr., Cal State Dominguez Hills
Farrah Shokoor, Jr., UC San Diego
Kersey Wilcox, Sr., Humboldt State

Second team
Jenna Bandy, Sr., Cal State Monterey Bay
Chelsea Barnes, Jr., Cal State San Bernardino
Tori Breshers, Jr., Cal State East Bay
Tayler Champion, Sr., Cal State Dominguez Hills
Chiara DeMarco, Soph., Cal State Los Angeles
Brianna Harden, Jr., Cal State San Bernardino
Ashley Lovett, Sr., Cal Poly Pomona

Jae Shin, Sr., Humboldt State
Hannah Wommack, Sr., Chico State
Megan Shields, Sr., Humboldt State

Honorable mention: McKennan Bertsch, UC San Diego; Adriana Brodie, Cal State San Bernardino; Riley Holladay, Cal State Stanislaus; Miranda Seto, UC San Diego; Hannah Sourek, Sonoma State; Michelle Sutton, San Francisco State; Jasmine Washington, Cal State Stanislaus.

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Cal Poly Pomona’s Ariel Marsh earns weekly honor

Ariel Marsh

Cal Poly Pomona’s Ariel Marsh has been named California Collegiate Athletic Association (CCAA) Player of the Week for Jan. 19-15.

Marsh, an Ayala High School graduate, reached a substantial milestone on Saturday night against Cal State San Bernardino, as a first-half three-pointer boosted her over the 1,000 point mark in her career as a Bronco. Her 6-for-12 tally, complete with four triples and a perfect 4-of-4 from the line earned her 20 points on the night.

The previous night she registered 20 points against conference leader Humboldt State, going 7-for-14 and sinking three triples.

Marsh, a Regenerative Studies graduate student, has started all 16 games for CPP and averages 18.3 points, 2.8 rebounds, and 2.6 assists per game. She also sits less than one percentage point behind first place in the conference in the free throw percentage category.

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VIDEO: Cal Poly Pomona’s Ariel Marsh goes over 1,000 points

Cal Poly Pomona’s Ariel Marsh scored 20 points in the Broncos’ 61-57 win over Cal State San Bernardino.

That output put her over the 1,000-point plateau for her career. Appropriately enough, she went over the milestone with a 3-pointer. She is among the school’s career leaders in that category.

Marsh accomplished the feat in three years, after playing her first year at Citrus College.

Here’s what she had to say:

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