Quincy Brewer earns 200th win as SBVC coach

Quincy Brewer concluded 2015 with victory No. 200 as the head coach of the San Bernardino Valley men’s basketball program, following the 71-66 win over LA Harbor in Quincy Brewerthe Imperial Valley Tournament Championship Game on Dec. 30.

Brewer has been the coach of the program for seven and a half years.

The team has won its last eight games and sit at 19-2 overall as of Jan. 2, 2016.

The Wolverines are scheduled to begin Foothill Conference play on Jan. 9 at home against Victor Valley College.

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Three Cal State San Bernardino volleyball players named All-American

The Cal State San Bernardino women’s volleyball team might have fallen just short in its quest for a berth in the NCAA Division II Elite Eight, but the success of the program has again been recognized.


Senior middle blocker Brenna McIntosh, junior middle blocker Malika O’Brien and senior outside hitter Alexandra Torline have all been named second-team All-America by the American Volleyball Coaches Association. The honors come just days after the Coyotes lost the West Regional final to Western Washington 3-2 (16-14 in the fifth set).

The honor is the third AVCA All-America nod for McIntosh and comes this season even though she missed the last six weeks of the regular season with an ankle injury.

McIntosh, a native of Yorba Linda, is the fifth Coyote to earn three All-America honors in her career as deemed by the AVCA. She leaves with five school records (match hitting percentage, match block assists, career total blocks, career solo blocks and career block assists). She finished the season with 231 kills and 112 total blocks.


O’Brien, a graduate of Alta Loma High School, wrapped up her first year in the program after transferring from Cal Baptist. She finished with 325 kills and 152 total blocks and earned All-Tournament honors at last week’s regional.

Torline, a native of Huntington Beach, registered 429 kills, 326 digs and 754 blocks.

She completed her career as the schools all-time leader in career points (1,926) and is the first player in school history to lead her team in kills for four seasons.


Torline had 30 kills in last Saturday’s 3-2 win over Alaska-Anchorage in the NCAA West Region semifinals made her only the sixth Coyote to post as many kills in a match and the first since Brie Harris’s NCAA record of 45 against UC San Diego in 2004.

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University of La Verne players lead All-SCIAC football selections

Here is the complete list of football honors for the SCIAC:

Athlete of Year (Offense) – Kwame Do, Sr., Occidenal
Athlete of Year (Defense) – Paul Slaats, Jr., Claremont-Mudd-Scripps
Newcomer of Year – Dalton Santos, Fr., LB, Cal Lutheran
Coach of Year – Chris Krich, La Verne

First team offense
QB Bryan Scott, Jr., Occidental
RB Travis Sparks-Jackson, Sr., La Verne
RB Jeremiah McKibbins, Sr., Chapman
WR Alex Arellano, Jr., La Verne
WR Devin Bullock, Sr., Occidental
WR Sean Myers, Sr., Chapman
OL Austin Crist, Sr., Claremont-Mudd-Scripps
OL Juan Guerrero, Sr., La Verne
OL Beau Kitson, Jr., La Verne
OL Jim Partee, Sr., Occidental
OL Matt Schallert, Soph., Redlands
TE Alex Moise Jr., Sr., Cal Lutheran

First team defense
DL Tristan Corwin, Soph., Redlands
DL Joshua Hardy, Jr., La Verne
DL Alex Rorie, Sr., Chapman
DL DeJon Rothschild, Jr., Cal Lutheran
LB Austin Brasher, Jr., Whittier
LB Brendan McDondald, Soph., Claremont-Mudd-Scripps
LB Mitch Shepherd, Soph., Redlands
DB Eric Acosta, Soph., La Verne
DB Victor Bunce, Soph., Claremont-Mudd-Scripps
DB Colin Spencer, Sr., Redlands
DB Diego Villasenor, Sr., Whittier
K-P Sean Murray, Sr., Redlands
ST Dallas Parent, Jr., La Verne

Second team offense
QB William Linvingston, Sr., La Verne
RB Aseal Birir, Soph., Pomona-Pitzer
RB Shane Pico, Soph., Claremont-Mudd-Scripps
WR Cole Blackburn, Soph., Redlands
WR Brett Harper, Sr., Pomona-Pitzer
WR Cordell Harris, Jr., Occidental
OL Grant Frazier, Sr., Pomona-Pitzer
OL Christian Hernandez, Soph., La Verne
OL Mark Kozhaya, Jr., Whittier
OL Kevin Olive, Sr., Cal Lutheran
OL Hunter Peterson, Sr., Chapman
TE Connor Allen, Cal Lutheran

Second-team defense
DL Austin Brown, Fr., La Verne
DL Jack Rulon, Dr., Redlands
DL Michael Shepherd, Jr., La Verne
DL Andrew Sova, Sr., Claremont-Mudd-Scripps
LB Ronny Camacho, Sr., Cal Lutheran
LB Justin Lantz, Jr., Redlands
LB Anthony Penalber, Sr., La Verne
DB Jalen Devine, Jr., Redland
DB Drew DeMarco, Sr., Chapman
DB Aaron Mandell, Jr., Redlands
DB Connor Truhitte, Jr., La Verne
K Chris Taylor, Jr., Cal Lutheran
P Jack mcFarland, Sr., Cal Lutheran
ST Colibn Spence, Sr., Redlands

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