Cal Poly Pomona dominates All-CCAA men’s soccer honors

Christian Gonzalez Diaz

Christian Gonzalez Diaz

Offensive Player of Year - Christian Gonzalez Diaz, Cal Poly Pomona
Defensive Player of Year – Jose Ortega, Cal Poly Pomona
Newcomer of Year - Christian Gonzalez Diaz, Cal Poly Pomona
Freshman of Year – Debray Hollimon, Cal State San Bernardino
Coach of Year- Yossi Raz, Cal Poly Pomona

First team

GK Mike Berigarten, Sr., Cal State Los Angeles
F Christian Gonzalez Diaz, Jr., Cal Poly Pomona
F Chuck Pitts, Jr., Humboldt State
F Halil Tozar, Sr., Cal State Los Angeles
MF Eduardo Almaraz, Jr., Cal State Los Angeles
MF Brandon Bauman, Sr., UC San Diego
MF Daniel Garcia Jr., Sr., Cal Poly Pomona
MF Justin Saul, Sr., Chico State
D Jose Ortega, Sr., Cal Poly Pomona
D Dane Nielsen, Sr., Cal State Los Angeles
D Tony Alfaro, Jr., Cal State Dominguez Hills

Second year

GK Fernando Pable Quevedo, Jr., Cal Poly Pomona
F Juan Carlos Gonzalez, Sr., Cal State San Bernardino
F Jordan Payne, Sr., Cal State Los Angeles
F Alexander Turkson, Jr., Cal Poly Pomona
F Pedro Velasquez, Jr., Cal State Dominguez Hills
MF Sean Callahan, Jr., Sonoma State
MF Debray Hollimon, Fr., Cal State San Bernardino
MF Sean Pleskow, Fr. UC San Diego
MF jose Vaca, Jr., Cal State Dominguez Hills
D Brady Taylor, Jr., Cal State Stanislaus
D Lucas Rio Torto, Jr., Cal State Los Angeles
D Kuba Waligorski, Soph., UC San Diego

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All-CCAA Women’s soccer team announced

Alison Sauve

Alison Suave, Cal Poly Pomona

Offensive Player of Year - Heather Williams, Cal State Los Angeles
Defensive Player of Year - Alison Sauve, Cal Poly Pomona
Freshman of Year - Jade Poo, Cal State Stanislaus
Newcomer of Year - Joanna Espinoza, Cal State Los Angeles
Coach of Year - Isabelle Harvey, Cal State Los Angeles

First team
GK Yi Du, Sr., Cal State Los Angeles
F Amalia Arvidsson, St., Cal State Los Angeles
F Jade Poon, Fr., Cal State Stanislaus
F Kiana Quarkes, Soph., Cal State San Bernardino
MF Cassie Callahan, Sr., UC San Diego
MF Lauren Curtin, Sr., Sonoma State
MF Alison Sauve, Sr., Cal Poly Pomona
MF Heather Williams, Sr., Cal State Los Angeles
D Justin Telles, Sr., Cal State Los Angeles
D Karli Nestler, Sr., Cal State Stanislaus
D Shoshana Wangerin, Sr., Cal State Monterey Bay

Second team
CK Kelci Brodsky, Jr., UC San Diego
F Joanna Espinoza, Jr., Cal State Los Angeles
F Izzy Pozurama, Sr., UC San Diego
F Jasmine Williams, Sr., Cal State San Bernardino
MF Melanie Aguayo, Jr., Cal State San Bernardino
MF Jordyn McNutt, Fr., UC San Diego
MF Norie Pablo, Sr., Cal State Los Angeles
MF Lauren Thornton, Sr., Cal State Stanislaus
D Halima Abdelshife, Sr., Chico State
D Alicia Gutirrrez, Sr., Cal State Los Angeles
D Michelle Yasutake, Jr., UC San Diego

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Former CS San Bernardino standout Jordan Burris chosen by Defenders

Jordan Burris

Jordan Burris, who helped the Cal State San Bernardino men’s basketball team to the CCAA basketball championship last season, was selected in the fifth round by the Los Angeles D-Fenders in the NBA D-League’s draft Saturday.

The Bakersfield native spent his first three seasons at the University of Nevada and finished his collegiate career for coach Jeff Oliver and the Coyotes, averaging 14.8 points and 5.6 rebounds a game. He had five 20-point games with a team season-high 31 against eventual NCAA West Region champ Chico State.

Said D-Fenders GM Nick Mazella: “(Jordan) came to two of our tryouts and was really impressive in both of them. He was an All-CCAA (California Collegiate Athletic Association) second team (player) last year, and we able to get a good look at him.”

The D-Fenders open the D-League on Nov. 14 against Santa Cruz.

The NBA Development League is the official minor league of the National Basketball Association with 18 teams across the country from California to Maine. The Los Angeles D-Fenders play in the West Division with Santa Cruz, Reno, Idaho and Bakersfield.

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