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coccougarsSANTA CLARITA, Calif. – The fall sports season has come to an end at College of the Canyons, but with five teams having participated in the postseason — and four teams having won conference titles — COC coaches and student-athletes continue to garner post-season accolades.

In all, Cougar fall sports teams had a combined 50 student-athletes earn all-conference honors and four coaches who earned the conference’s coach of the year award.

Three COC student-athletes were named conference player of the year:

Stacey Atwater (Women’s Soccer)

Sophomore forward Stacey Atwater topped the conference with her 27 goals this season, making her the college’s single season and career leader in goals scored. She had nine goals as a freshman in 2012. Atwater is the fourth player in program history to win the conference’s player of the year honor and the first since 2011, when Jessica Guerrero earned the same award.

Antonio Guy (Football)

COC sophomore defensive tackle Antonio Guy led the team with four forced fumbles and five fumble recoveries, while also posting 44 tackles and 3.5 sacks. He becomes the third COC football player to be named the conference’s defensive player of the year, joining Isaac Sopoaga (2000) and Marquis Jackson (2008),

Serena LeDuff (Volleyball)

Freshman outside hitter Serena LeDuff earned co-player of the year honors with Bakersfield’s Editza Urias. The West Ranch High School alumni lead the conference in kills (341), was second in kills per set (3.88), third in digs (370) and second in points (400.5).

Below is a listing of all COC student-athletes who were named all-conference for the 2013 fall sports season:

 

MEN’S CROSS COUNTRY
First-Team All-WSC
Rodrigo Ornelas Fr

Anthony Janaslani Fr

Alex Johnson Fr

Second-Team All-WSC Chase Wheeler So

Joel Estrada Fr

Honorable Mention Lyvan Friend Fr

WSC South Coach of the Year Lindie Kane

 

WOMEN’S CROSS COUNTRY

First-Team All-WSC Dominique Dowell Fr

Yesenia Razo Fr

Second-Team All-WSC Diana Barrera Fr

Honorable Mention Nicole Casillas Fr

Amanda Meredith Fr

 

FOOTBALL

First-Team, Offense Matt Bowen So RB

Tony Dawson Fr QB

Brooks Porter So OG

Dan Vear So TE

First-Team, Defense Joey Cicoria So ILB

Wes Johnson Fr DE

Ryan McAleenan Fr OLB

Austin Murillo Fr S

Lance Poole So CB

Second-Team, Offense Louis Gipson So WR

Travion Tucker So WR

Cory McManus Fr C

Second-Team, Defense Cory Harris Fr OLB

Northern Conference Coach of the Year Ted Iacenda

 

WOMEN’S GOLF

First-Team All-WSC Andrea Webster Fr

Ashley Windsor So

 

MEN’S SOCCER
First-Team All-WSC
Jamie Bent Fr Def

Second-Team All-WSC Tony Barron So Mid/Def

Renato Sanchez So Mid

Honorable Mention Miguel Lopez So GK

Nick Potter So Def

 

WOMEN’S SOCCER
First-Team All-WSC South
Leilani Konrad Fr For

Katherine Koury So GK

Allie Leon Fr Mid

Elizabeth Rivas Fr Mid

Elise Wassner Fr Mid/Def

Second-Team All-WSC South Anabell Gonzalez Fr Def

Jennifer Mendez Fr Mid

Kathryn Pulido Fr Def

Kelsey Sherry Fr For/Mid

Honorable Mention Yesenia Avilez Fr Mid

Allison Oliver So Def

WSC South Coach of the Year Justin Lundin

 

VOLLEYBALL

First-Team All-WSC South Jordan Carter So S

Cassidy Fitzpatrick So L

Lauren Underwood Fr OH

Second-Team All-WSC South Sage Hernandez Fr MB/OPP

Camari McWright Fr MB

Honorable Mention Angelica Gonzalez Fr L

Kaitlyn Reiner Fr MB

WSC South Coach of the Year Lisa Hooper

 

For more information about College of the Canyons Athletics please visit www.COCathletics.com

 

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