Alta Loma volleyball standouts make it official

The Alta Loma volleyball team had quite the season. The Braves won a Mt. Baldy League title, cruised to a Southern Section title (Division 4AA) and went all the way to the state championship match.

Three of the key figures from that team signed their letters of intent today, making their college decision official.

Two will be staying close to home and one will be in commuter distance. Middle blocker Amy Armstrong will play at Cal State San Bernardino, a prominent player on the national scene at the Division II level.

Libero Kristen Sanchez will play at University of La Verne, which has national Elite Eight  appearances at the Division III level.

Outside hitter Breanna Golsch will move on to Cal State Dominguez Hills, which plays in the same conference as Cal State San Bernardino and another local, Cal Poly Pomona.

A fourth player, Aeryn Owens, signed in February with Cal State Northridge.

Good luck in the next step of your career girls.

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Alta Loma’s Breanna Golsch chooses a college

Alta Loma High School senior volleyball standout Breanna Golsch has committed to NCAA Division II Cal State Dominguez Hills.

She visited the school earlier this week and liked what she saw.

“I liked the coach and I got a good feeling from all the players,” she said.

Golsch was team captain for a Braves team that just recorded the best season in school history. They went 36-3, winning Mt. Baldy League and Southern Section (Division 4AA) honors.

The Braves also fared well in the state portion of the playoffs, advancing all the way to the state championship before falling to Sonora in a five-set match.

Golsch was third on the team in kills with 256. She also recorded 66 aces, 44 total blocks and 191 digs.

She was a first team All-League and second-team All-Inland Valley selection.

Golsch plans to major in secondary education.

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