Article by Jeremy Nelson
McPherson, KS – November 18, 2015 – The Association of Independent Institutions has announced their All-Conference teams for Men's and Women's Soccer, and Volleyball. The Tigers placed athletes on all three teams, with six on the women's soccer team, two on volleyball, and one on men's soccer.
The CCC women's soccer team was represented on the A.I.I. 1st Team by Isabel Sierra, a freshman midfielder from Chesapeake, Virginia, and MacKenzie Woods, a sophomore defender from Westminster, Colorado. On the 2nd Team, the Tigers placed Shayna Watkins, freshman goal keeper from Littleton, Colorado, Amber Murray, freshman defender from Chesapeake, Virginia, and Krystina Stackhouse, senior forward from Strasburg, Colorado. Rounding out the All-Conference selections was Madison Strickland, a freshman midfielder from Poquoson, Virginia, who was named A.I.I. Honorable Mention.
For the CCC men, Gabriel Flores, a junior midfielder, from Chino Hills, California, was the Tigers only team member voted to the All-Conference team by the A.I.I. coaches. Flores was selected to the A.I.I. 2nd Team.
The CCC Lady Tiger Volleyball team was rewarded with two players to this year's A.I.I. All-Conference team.Haley Bannister, a freshman outside hitter from Kalama, Washington was selected to the 1st Team, and Ciara Costello, a senior Libero, who led the nation in digs per set this season, was selected to the 2nd Team.
You can see a full listing of all the All-Conference teams at the A.I.I. website at http://www.aiisports.com/.
|Isabel Sierra||Mackenzie Woods||Shayna Watkins||Amber Murray|
|Madison Strickland||Krystina Stackhouse||Ciara Costello||Haley Bannister|