-Sophomore Abbe Holtze earned a plethora of honors for her play throughout the 2014 Volleyball season. After becoming only the second player in program history with over 500 kills in a season, her 522 kills lead the entire conference. She also led the team with 23 double doubles and notched 481 digs as well, second best on the team. Her impressive play earned her first team All-SCAC distinctions, First team all-west region AVCA (American Volleyball Coaches Association) honors, and the SCAC Player of The Year award. To cap off her remarkable season, the AVCA named her as an Honorable Mention All-American. Team success certainly followed, as Holtze helped lead the Tigers to their fifth 30-win season in the last six years.
Swim and Dive
-Freshman diver Mary Rose Donahue earned a SCAC female diver of the week award after winning both the three-meter board dive and the one-meter board dive two weeks ago against Adams State. Being a freshman in one of her first meets, the award becomes even more impressive.
-Seniors Sam Zuke and Austin Howlett earned male SCAC swimmer and diver of the week, respectively. In their Dual meet with Adams State Two weeks ago Zuke finished first in the 50 free and 400 free relay. He also added a third-place finish in the 100 free. Meanwhile, Howlett continued to dominate winning both the one-meter and three-meter board dives. For all three weeks, there have been male SCAC Diver of the Week awards, and Howlett has won them. He has already qualified for the NCAA 11-dive event on the one-meter board and with a six-dive total in the three-meter event. Remarkably, he also set a new school record in the 11-dive three-meter event with his score of 542.79 points.