Warrior Women's Volleyball
Four Warriors Selected Academic All-America
The National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) announced its Volleyball Academic All-America selections, Monday, December 4. Lewis-Clark State College has four representatives from its volleyball team this year. Senior Regina Cooper (John Day, OR), and juniors Angela Igoe (Firth, ID), Sandy Arend (Tacoma, WA), and Amy Sturtevant (Ketchum, ID) were all named Academic All-America. To qualify as an Academic All-America, the student-athlete must have a grade-point-average of 3.50 or better and be at least a junior in college.
Cooper, an outside hitter, posted a 3.90 GPA in Business Administration, and is named to the Academic All-America Team for the second consecutive year. Cooper led the Warriors in kills (374), kills-per-game (4.51), and digs (309).
Igoe, an outside hitter, earned a 3.88 GPA in Interdisciplinary Studies. Despite battling injuries all season, she registered 189 kills and 89 digs.
Arend, an outside hitter, earned a 3.75 GPA in Kinesiology. She recorded 131 kills and 306 digs for the Warriors.
Sturtevant, a defensive specialist, posted a 3.54 GPA in Kinesiology.
She tallied 211 digs this year.
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