Women's Athletes of the Week

 AOTW honors go to Griffs’ Everett, Jags’ Hernandez


FEB. 21, 2017 - Grossmont College softball player Rachel Everett and Southwestern basketball player Micayela Hernandez have been honored by the Pacific Coast Athletic Conference as Women’s Athletes of the Week for Feb. 13-19.

PCAC 2016 -17 WOMEN'S ATHLETES OF THE WEEK
Feb 21 Rachel Everett, Grossmont
Micayela Hernandez, Southwstrn
Softball
Basketball
Feb 13 Maritza Rojas, Imperial Valley
Emma Thomas, Palomar
Softball
Swimming
Feb 6 Sarah Crawford, San Diego Mesa Softball
Jan 30 Ariana Hernandez, Palomar Basketball
Jan 23 Monica Todd, Palomar Basketball
Jan 16 Leah Veleker, San Diego Mesa Basketball
Jan 9 Evangeline Morga, San Diego City Basketball
Jan 3 Crystal Malveaux, Mt. San Jacinto Basketball
Dec 26 Kendall Crosby, Palomar Basketball
Dec 19 Delacy Brown, Mt. San Jacinto Basketball
Dec 12 Samera Henry, San Diego City
Teya Searles, MiraCosta
Basketball
Basketball
Dec 5 Alana Wilson, Grossmont Volleyball
Nov 28 Giovanni Brown, Grossmont Volleyball
Nov 21 Kali Weires, San Diego City Volleyball
Nov 14 Arianna Rodriguez, SBV
Tori Dahlberg, San Diego Mesa
Soccer
Volleyball
Nov 7 Alahna Perez, San Diego Mesa
Kelly Rowan, Palomar
Soccer
Water Polo
Oct 31 Alyssa Hebb, San Bernardino Vly
Hannah Doonan, Grossmont
Cross Country
Volleyball
Oct 24 Peyton Brittain, MiraCosta
Kianna Niu, Palomar
Soccer
Volleyball
Oct 18 Izzy Miller, San Diego Mesa
Grace Busby, Palomar
Volleyball
Soccer
Oct 10 Lichi “Kiki” Liu, COD
Hannah Miller, Grossmont
Golf
Volleyball
Oct 3 Megan Kolp, San Diego Miramar Water Polo
Sep 26 Alexia Orenday, San Diego Mesa
Chloe Gruwell, San Diego City
Soccer
Volleyball
Sep 19 Makayla Sua, MiraCosta Volleyball
Sep 12 Lauren West, Grossmont
Bailey Williams, San Bernardino V
Volleyball
Soccer
Sep 5 Robyn Arthur, Grossmont
Cadie Francis , MiraCosta
Volleyball
Volleyball

Everett, a sophomore right-handed pitcher out of Bonita Vista High School, threw a five-inning no-hitter as Grossmont went on the road and defeated College of the Desert 9-0. She narrowly missed a perfect game, walking the leadoff batter in the first inning, then retiring every batter the rest of the way.

Hernandez, a 5-foot-3 freshman guard from Granite Hills High School, scored 24 points, hauled in seven rebounds and passed off for three assists as the Jaguars prevented Grossmont from winning the outright PCAC South Division Championship, upsetting the Griffins on the last night of the regular season 66-61.

The G-House wound up tying for the title with San Diego City College.

Honorable mention went to Palomar softball player Moriah “Mo” Lopez, San Bernardino Valley softball player Marci Valenzuela and Mt. San Jacinto softball player Savanah Ruiz.

Lopez, a first baseman / utility player out of San Jacinto Academy who hit .408 for Palomar’s 2016 team, came up with a huge performance in a 13-7 victory over Saddleback that snapped the Gauchos’ five-game win streak. Lopez went 3-for-4 with two home runs, a triple, three runs scored and a walk as the Comets pounded out 22 hits. So far in the 2017 season, Lopez is batting .438 (going 14-for-26) with two doubles, a triple, four home runs and 13 RBIs. She’s walked four times with no strikeouts and has a 1.154 slugging percentage and a .600 on-base percentage.

Valenzuela, a sophomore pitcher / third baseman from Colton High School, pitched a complete-game seven-hitter with five strikeouts and zero walks as San Bernardino defeated Glendale 4-1 to complete a 2-0 week for the Wolverines. She also went 3-for-4 at the plate.

Ruiz, a freshman shortstop out of Paloma High School in Menifee, went 3-for-4 and scored two runs in Mt. San Jacinto’s only game of the rain-shortened week, a 10-5 win over East Los Angeles.

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