Volleyball

 

Lommori Leads Three Broncos Named to WCC All-Academic Teams

Complete West Coast Conference Release

Excelling both in the classroom and on the court, Santa Clara senior Kayla Lommori was named to the 2012 West Coast Conference Volleyball All-Academic Team on Monday.  Junior Katherine Douglas and sophomore Katy Schatzman were both named to the All-Academic Honorable Mention team.

"Academically I am proud of our three women that were named to the All-WCC Academic Team," said Bronco head coach Jon Wallace.  "Our team and our program takes a lot of pride in our success in the classroom, as well as being good citizens by doing community service, including host the Walk 4 Pancreatic Cancer.  Santa Clara University does a great job of motivating our students to do well in the classroom to maximize their potential."

Lommori has a 3.56 GPA in Psychology.  Lommori and Douglas are tied for fourth on the team with 223 kills, with Lommori collecting 2.10 kpg. 

Douglas has a 3.22 GPA in Marketing.  In addition to her 223 kills this season, Douglas is second on the team with 2.54 dpg and third in aces with 0.27 sapg.

Schatzman carries a 3.38 GPA in Business.  Schatzman leads the team with 3.46 dpg and was named the MVP of the SIU-E Tournament.

The Broncos finished the regular season at 20-11 and 9-8 in the WCC, collecting fourth place in the league.  Santa Clara, hoping to collect an NCAA tournament at-large berth when the announcements are made on Sun., Nov. 25, defeated both the teams on top of the league standings this year (won 3-2 vs. No. 14 BYU and won 3-2 at No. 16 San Diego) along with then-No. 18 Pepperdine, who finished tied for fifth.

At the conclusion of each athletic season, the WCC selects an all-academic squad for each WCC-sponsored sport.  To be considered, a student-athlete must maintain at least a 3.20 cumulative grade point average, while also being a significant contributor to her team.