The year 2012 proved to be exciting for The Master’s College Athletics Department.
Across the board, the student-athletes of TMC produced some of the most memorable moments in school history.
The Master’s College Sports Information staff recently gathered together and assembled the complete list of the best moments in Mustang Athletics for 2012. Over the next ten days, we will highlight an exciting moment that defined TMC Athletics in 2012.
No. 9 – Aubrey Bekendam: AVCA/NAIA National Freshman of the Year:
Aubrey Bekendam finished her freshman campaign with 349 assists, 120 kills, 174 digs, and 11 service aces. The freshmen setter also placed 10th in the Golden State Athletic Conference in both digs (91) and hitting percentage (.277).
The American Volleyball Coaches Association (AVCA) bestowed this honor on Bekendam who finished her freshman campaign with 349 assists, 120 kills, 174 digs, and 11 service aces. The freshmen setter also placed 10th in the conference in both digs (91) and hitting percentage (.277).
No. 10 – Anthony Cammon earns NAIA All American Honorable Mention Honors:
Capping off a two-year stay at The Master’s College, Anthony Cammon was named an NAIA Division I Men’s Basketball All-American.
The senior guard from Moreno Valley, California, earned an honorable mention spot after leading the Mustangs to a 20-16 record, a No. 10 national ranking on January 23rd, and an appearance in the National Christian College Athletic Association (NCCAA) national tournament.
During the 2011-12 campaign, Cammon led the Mustangs in five different categories, including scoring (15.2ppg), assists (130), and free throw percentage (88%). He scored 20 or more points 10 times, highlighted by a season-high 27 vs. Academy of Art on December 30.
Cammon is the first Mustang named to an NAIA All-American squad since Ryan Zamroz (honorable mention) in 2009.