Men's Athletes of the Week

 Weekly PCAC honor goes to Jags' Greene, Mesa's Nasser


MAY 20, 2014 - The Pacific Coast Athletic Conference has named track & field athletes Branden Greene (Southwestern College) and Sal Nasser (San Diego Mesa) as its final 2013-14 Men's Athletes of the Week.

PCAC 2013-2014 MEN'S ATHLETES OF THE WEEK
May 18 Branden Greene, Southwestern
Sal Nasser, San Diego Mesa
Track & Field
Track & Field
May 11 Steven Martinez, San Diego Mesa
Albert Gamez, San Diego Mesa
Track & Field
Track & Field
May 4 Thomas Dillon, San Diego Mesa
Jake Barnett, Palomar
Swim & Dive
Baseball
Apr. 27 Anthony York, Southwestern Baseball
Apr. 20 Pedro "Tony" Matir,  Mesa
Rich Farley, Palomar
Swim & Dive
Swim & Dive
Apr. 13 Raymond Jones, San Diego City
Chris Allen, Southwestern
Baseball
Baseball
Apr. 6 Bryce Haynes, Palomar Golf
Mar. 30 Cameron Hutton, Grossmont
Vitor Galvao, Mt. San Jacinto
Swim & Dive
Tennis
Mar. 23 Dillan Smith, Palomar
Gustavo Castro, Grossmont
Baseball
Tennis
Mar. 16 Shane Hoagland, Cuyamaca
Johnny Valdez, Mt. San Jacinto
Track & Field
Baseball
Mar. 9 Emilio Esquibel, Palomar
Aaron Stinson, San Diego Mesa
Baseball
Swim & Dive
Mar. 2 Isaiah Cruz, Imperial Valley Baseball
Feb. 23 Cole Brewer, San Diego Miramar Basketball
Feb. 16 Chris Burton, San Diego City
Hector Perea, Imperial Valley
Basketball
Baseball
Feb. 9 Alex Conner, San Diego Mesa Baseball
Feb. 2 Frank Mello, Southwestern
Shawn Lathan, Southwestern
Baseball
Basketball
Jan. 26 Sam Williams, Mt. San Jacinto Basketball
Jan. 19 Mike Scott, San Diego City
Caleb Singleton, San Diego City
Basketball
Basketball
Jan. 12 Aaron Roedl, Palomar
Shane McPherson, Miramar
Basketball
Basketball
Jan. 5 Tim Patrick, Grossmont
Jeremiah Townes,  Miramar
Basketball
Basketball
Dec. 29 Rishawn Brown, Imperial Valley Basketball
Dec. 22 Dajuan Smith, Mt. San Jacinto
Garrett Larch-Miller, Cuyamaca
Basketball
Basketball
Dec. 15 Shervin Iraniha, Palomar
Henry Carr, Miramar
Wrestling
Basketball
Dec. 8 Mark Ogden, Grossmont
Tyson Kygar, Grossmont
Basketball
Basketball
Dec. 1 Martin Thomas, San Diego City Basketball
Nov. 24 Albert Gamez, San Diego Mesa
Cameron Lee, Southwestern
Cross Country
Football
Nov. 10 Dwayne Banjamin, Mt. San Jacinto
Silver Batras, Cuyamaca
Basketball
Soccer
Nov. 10 Sebastian Ortiz, Southwestern
Novian Cherry, San Diego Mesa
Soccer
Basketball
Nov. 2 Nick Howard, Southwestern Water Polo
Oct. 27 Jorge Perez-Romero, Grossmont
Jake Jones, Grossmont
Water Polo
Water Polo
Oct. 20 Miguel Lopez, Southwestern
Brian Paleo, Palomar
Cross Country
Soccer
Oct. 13 Steven Martinez, San Diego Mesa Cross Country
Oct. 6 Marshall Palmer, Palomar
Marco Carrillo-Leon, Southwestern
Wrestling
Soccer
Sept. 29 Craig Meyers, MiraCosta
Yuri Ishikawa, San Diego City
Soccer
Soccer
Sept. 22 Collin Stanley, Grossmont
Chris Felix, San Diego City
Water Polo
Cross Country
Sept. 15 Carlos Dominguez, MiraCosta
Michael Harrison, Mt. San Jacinto
Soccer
Football
Sept. 8 Steven Lepe, Southwestern
William Abt, Grossmont
Cross Country
Football

Greene, who has a season's best of 7 feet, 0¾ inches, cleared 6 feet, 11½ inches to repeat as state champion in the high jump in the CCCAA state finals at Mt. SAC.

Nasser, a freshman from Sweetwater High School, won the long jump at 25 feet, 4½ inches.

Honorable mention honorees were Southwestern baseball player Daniel Goodrich and track & field athletes Steven Martinez (Mesa) and Cuyamaca's Ryan Maize and Alexander Law.

Goodrich, a freshman outfielder from Hilltop High School, went 2-for-4 with a triple and two RBIs in the first game of the Jaguars' best 2-of-3 sectional series at top Southern California seed Orange Coast. Southwestern jumped out to a 4-0 lead in the first game before Coast came back to win 5-4, then beat Southwestern again the following day to advance to the State Final Four.

Martinez, a sophomore from Otay Ranch High and last week's Co-Athlete of the Week, repeated as state 10,000-meter champion by running 32:00.31.

Maize, a sophomore from El Capitan High, won the state 3,000-meter steeplechase title in 9:17.03.

Law, a freshman from Otay Ranch, went 16 feet, 0 ¾ inches to take third in the state in the pole vault.

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