Gruetzmacher and Fisher Named Cuesta’s

2015 Outstanding Athletes of the Year


SAN LUIS OBISPO (May 12, 2015) – In 2003 the Cuesta Athletic Department instituted its first true Athlete of the Year Award.  The coaching staff was encouraged to nominate their best athlete for the award and committee was created that would weigh performance as the highest criteria.  Today Cuesta announced its Outstanding Athletes of the Year for the thirteenth time. This year’s winners are Aquatic star Rachel Gruetzmacher (Atascadero HS) and Running star Connor Fisher (Lake Isabella).

            Sophomore Rachel Gruetzmacher (Atascadero HS) is a two-year star for both water polo and swimming.  She has been the team MVP for both sports each of the past two seasons.  In water polo, she has twice been named to both the All Western State Conference First Team and All State; she was second team as a freshman and first team and All American as a sophomore.  This fall she led the Cougars to a school record 24 wins and to second place in the Western State Conference.  Gruetzmacher led the team with 85 goals this season, after tallying a school record 100 goals as a freshman, and ranks second all time with 185 career goals.  Gruetzmacher also ranks #2 all time in career shooting percentage (55.6%), #5 in fouls drawn (71), #6 in assists (63) and #9 in steals (121). Gruetzmacher competed for the swim team the past two spring and owns nine school records and also ranks in Cuesta’s All Time Top 10 in four other events.  This year she finished second at the 2015 CCCAA State Swim & Dive Championships in the 50-freestyle (:23.82) and 100-butterfly (:58.09), while also landing in third in the 100-freestyle (:52.08).  She has been undefeated in the Western State Conference Championship the past two years and led the Cougars to second place this season, while also leading the team to 10th at the CCCAA State Meet.   Guetzmacher is simply the most decorated female aquatics athlete in school history.  The two-time all academic selection was also named Cuesta College’s 50th George Silveria Student-Athlete of the Year.  She has committed to play water polo at Long Beach State for the 2015-16 school year.     

Freshman Connor Fisher (Lake Isabella) transferred from Cal Poly to compete for Cuesta this year and was named Team MVP for both cross country and track & field.  He was named to the 2015 CCCAA All State Cross Country First Team after leading the Cougars to the program’s first Top 10 state finish (6th).  He finished 3rd at the state meet after finishing 2nd at the CCCAA Regional meet and winning the 2014 Western State Conference Championships.   He was named 2014 WSC Harrier of the Year and led the Cougars to second place in the loop.  Fisher has also enjoyed an outstanding spring and qualified for both the 5,000 and 10,000-meter runs this weekend at the 2015 CCCAA State Track & Field Championship in San Mateo.  He set new Cuesta standards in the 3,000 (8:44.08) and 5,000-meter (14:29.81) runs and ranks #4 all time in both the 1,500 (3:54.69) and 10,000-meter (32:12.19) runs.  He led the track team to 4th place at the Western State Conference finals and to 6th place at the regional meet.  He has committed to Chico State for the 2015-16 school year.    


Outstanding Athlete of the Year Award


2003           Shanna DeMichelle, Napa (Swim)

2004           Christina Reyes, Los Osos (X-Country, Track)

2005           Jessie Ritchie, Arroyo Grande (Tennis)

2006           Lindsay Campana, Templeton (Softball)

2007           Whitney Levicki, Santa Cruz (Water Polo)

2008           Julie Coelho, Lemoore (Volleyball)

2009           Chloe Redman, Morro Bay (Tennis)

2010           Kelly Barmann, Cimarron, NM (X-Country)

2011           Alexandria Bernard, Porterville (Water Polo, Swim)

2012           Devon Kelsey, Atascadero (X-Country, Track)

2013           Kryn Masutani, Honolulu, HI (Softball)

2014           Riley Cooks, Coarsegold (Volleyball, Track)

2015          Rachel Gruetzmacher, Atascadero (Water Polo, Swim)



2003           David Lamar, Carpinteria (Baseball)                   

2004           Kevin Bradley, Long Beach (Water Polo, Swim)  

2005           Mike Brown, Davis (Baseball)                  

2006           Jeff Chaney, Arroyo Grande (Water Polo)              

2007           Michael Williams, Sutter Creek (Wrestling)       

2008           Quentin Cate, Cambria (Baseball)

2009           Tom Schumacher, Dudelange, LUX (Basketball)       

2010           Roger Guardia, Barcelona, ESP (Basketball)           

2011           Eric Marsh, Arroyo Grande (Water Polo)                

2012           Malte Kramer, Freidberg, DEU (Basketball)             

2013           Brady Moore, Santa Barbara (Water Polo)               

2014           Georan Meendering, Visalia (Swim) 

2015          Connor Fisher, Lake Isabella (X-Country, Track)        


Sinclair and Casey Named Cuesta’s

2015 Warren Hansen Scholar-Athletes of the Year


SAN LUIS OBISPO (May 12, 2015) – In 2002 the Cuesta Athletic Department established in 2002 and named the Warren Hansen Scholar-Athlete Award in recognition of former Cuesta Athletic Director Warren Hansen’s 36-year commitment to academic excellence.  A student must maintain a 3.5 GPA and be nominated on the basis of their citizenship and athletic performance. Both of the athletes will represent Cuesta at the Conference and State as Cuesta College’s COA Pepsi Scholar Award nominees. This year’s winners are Aquatic star Molly Casey (Coarsegold) and Grappler John Sinclair (San Jose).


Casey competed for two seasons in both water polo and swimming.  She is a two-time all conference water polo player and a two-time conference backstroke champion in swimming.  She holds the school record in the 200-backstroke and is also a four-time All American in swimming.  She has performed well academically and has been named to the all-Western State Conference Academic Team three times with a fourth time, this semester, pending.   Casey has posted 3.9 GPA in 56.0 units over the past three semesters and will transfer to Cal Poly for the 2015-16 school year.  Coach Pete Schuler says, “Molly is an exceptional person.  She tries to make everything fun, but remains focused to achieve all her goals both academically and athletically.  She is one of the most universally liked aquatic athletes we have ever had at Cuesta and is a great teammate.”


Sinclair is a two time all-conference wrestler and a two-time CCCAA State Meet qualifier.  He placed 8th at the 2014 CCCAA State Wrestling Championship this past December as Cuesta finished 7th.  He was named to the all-SouthEast Conference Academic team each of the past two seasons and has posted a 3.8 GPA in 54.0 units over the past three semesters.  Sinclair will transfer to UCLA for the 2015-16 school year.  Coach Joe Dansby says, “John truly earns every accolade he receives.  He is an exemplary young man who wrestles and studies with drive, focus and direction.  It has been an honor coaching John these last two years and watching him grow into a fine young man and role model. His character is impeccable and his tenacity will be un-duplicated.”


Both of Molly and John will represent Cuesta at the Conference and State level as Cuesta College’s CCCAA Scholar Award nominees.  Their nominations will move forward to the conference level in September. 


Warren Hansen Scholar-Athlete of the Year

                  Male                                       Female

2002           Savio Gomes (Water Polo)          Virlena Bascos (Basketball)

2003           Jeremy Waldram (Wrestling)      Leilani Greene (X-Country, Track)

2004           Kevin Bradley (Water Polo, Swim)       Chelsea Tallcott (Soccer)

2005           Jared Hollows (Track)               Lauren Villa (Basketball)

2006           Jon Jordan (Track)                   Clare Nowel (X-Country, Track)

2007           Mark Stephen (Water Polo)                 Haley Woeste (Basketball)

2008           Quinn Clair (Baseball)              Majida Fazal (X-Country, Track)

2009           Miles Wallace (Wrestling)          Chloe Redman (Tennis)

2010           Demian Nelson (Diving)            Alex Ramirez (Softball)

2011           Nic Lalanne (Water Polo)           Kaysea Woods (Soccer)

2012           Malte Kramer (Basketball)          Ensley Allmon (Volleyball)

2013           Spencer Silva (Water Polo)                  Julia Mills (X-Country, Track)

2014           Geoff Merker (Wrestling)           Karissa Sternfels (Water Polo/Swim)

2015           John Sinclair (Wrestling)   Molly Casey (Water Polo/Swim)


Gruetzmacher Wins George Silveria Career Award

SAN LUIS OBISPO (May 12, 2015) - The George Silveria Student/Athlete Career Award was established in 1966 by the Booster Club Board of Directors. The award was to honor and serve as a memorial for George Silveria. George was a graduate of San Luis Obispo District Junior College in 1948. He was the captain of the Championship football team in 1947, he was an executive member of the student body, and he was a very good student and was extensively involved in the community. He was well respected by his teammates, coaches, teachers and fellow peers. He truly exemplified the meaning of student/athlete. George served in World War II and died of Leukemia in 1961. The award has been given annually and from 1966 to 2002 as the Cuesta Athlete of the Year Award. Cuesta began giving a men and a women’s award in 1978 and did so until 2003, when Cuesta established the Outstanding Athlete of the Year Award, which left the George Silveria Award to stand on its own as a career award. It was decided that the merits emphasized by the award were not restricted by gender and the athletic department returned to only one award per year. This is the 50th year of Cuesta College Athletics and the 50th year of the George Silveria Award.
The award takes into consideration the student/athletes’ career as an athlete, their involvement in the college and community, sportsmanship, citizenship, coachabilty and leadership on and off the field. In a sense, this award exemplifies type of athlete we strive to mold here at Cuesta.
The 2015 George Silveria Athletic Career Award winner is water polo and swimming Star Rachel Gruetzmacher (Atascadero HS).
Rachel was named to the Western State Conference First Team twice in water polo and was also the Team MVP both years. She also earned All State Second Team honors as a freshman and moved to the All State First Team and All American as a sophomore. She is recognized as one of the top water polo plays in the state and one of the best in Cuesta history. She ranks second all time with 185 goals and is among the all time leaders in nearly every statistical category. Coach Pete Schuler says, “Rachel is the greatest female aquatic athlete in Cuesta History, and she is nowhere close to her potential. Rachel is a fierce competitor and a student of the game. I am both her coach and a huge fan and look forward to watching her take on new challenges at DI”
Rachel was almost more dominant in swimming, where she set nine school records and holds a spot in Cuesta’s All Time Top 10 in four other events. She was Team MVP in both years of swimming and was the Western State Conference Swimmer of the Year in 2014, as well as the conference’s leading point scorer both seasons. Rachel never lost a race at either of her conference championship meets. She is also a seven-time individual All American and ten-time relay All American. She was a two-year starter for the Cougars and ranks among the all time leaders for career scoring and rebounds. Coach John Marsh says, “Rachel is the best female swimmer in the history of the program. She has rewritten the record books in her two years here and it has been an honor to be her coach.”
Rachel has been a star in the classroom. She is a two-time all-Western State Conference Academic selection and owns a 2.9 GPA at Cuesta College.
She will transfer and play water polo at Long Beach State next year.

George Silveria Career Award

1966 Ray Sayler, San Luis Obispo (FB, MBB, BB)

1967 Mark Anderson, Atascadero (MXC, MTF)

1968 Jim Sunderland, San Luis Obispo (Wrest)

1969 Richard Abney, Arroyo Grande (FB, Wrest)

1970 Steve Mowrey, Morro Bay (Golf)

1971 Larry Ramos, Morro Bay (FB, Wrest)

1972 George Palmer, Atascadero (Wrest)

1973 Camillo Alarcio, Arroyo Grande (FB, Wrest)

1974 Paul Kinne, Paso Robles (FB, BB)

1975 Rusty Kuntz, Paso Robles (FB, MBB, BB)

& Dave Rusco, San Luis Obispo (MBB, BB)

1976 Kevin Hunstad, Arroyo Grande (FB, Wrest)

1977 Randy Roeder, Paso Robles (FB, BB)

Male                                                       Female

1978 Edmund Alarcio, Arroyo Grande (FB, MTF) Laura McCarthy, Bakersfield (WXC, WTF)

1979 Shawn Kuhn, Morro Bay (MBB, Golf) Celeste Martyn, Arroyo Grande (WXC, WTF)

1980 Steve Mitchell, Paso Robles (MBB, MTF) Catherine Belcher, La Canada (WXC, WTF, SB)

1981 Gregg Fambrough, Santa Maria (MWP, MSD) Joanne Cooper, San Bernardino (VB)

1982 Tom McKeown, Cape May, NJ (MXC, MTF) Heidi Hausner, Santa Ynez (VB, WSD)

1983 Matt Armbruster, Paso Robles (MXC, MTF) Karen Canfield, Santa Maria (SB)

1984 Bill Lucia, Santa Maria (MWP, MSD) Toni Venturini, Paso Robles (VB)

1985 Sean Chambers, Sacramento (MBB, MTF) Kelly Buzza, Arroyo Grande (WXC, WTF)

1986 Hank Peterson, Fairfield (MWP, MSD) Tracey Ross, Benicia (WXC, WTF)

1987 Karl Blum, Fullerton (MWP, MSD) Cathy Jones, Arroyo Grande (WXC, WTF)

1988 Todd Bates, Orofino, ID (MWP, MSD) Jennifer Bland, Davis (WSD)

& Kelly Porter, Santa Maria (MWP, MSD)

1989 Brad Dodge, Torrance (MT) Vanessa Hornbuckle, Ventura (VB, WBB)

                                                 & Kathryn Krieger, San Luis Obispo (WXC, WTF)

1990 Steve Long, Lompoc (MWP, MSD) Monica Castro, San Luis Obispo (WT)

1991 Dean Jefferis, Paso Robles (MWP, MSD) Melissa McCormick, Hemet (WSD)

                                                   & Cee Cee Yancy, Fresno (WBB)

1992 Geoff Bradshaw, Los Angeles (MTF) Alyssa Van Schmus, San Marcos (WTF)

1993 Kipp Ortenberger, Woodland Hills (MXC, MTF) Erin Breeze, Sonora (VB, WBB)

1994 Kipp Ortenberger, Woodland Hills (MXC, MTF) Wendy Ward, Ventura (VB, WBB)

1995 Mike Barrow, San Luis Obispo (MWP, MSD) Courtney Peters, Yuba City (WT)

1996 Shannon Lamb, Porterville (MWP, MSD) Carrie Musolff, Cayucos (VB, WBB, WT)

1997 Marco Hanlon, Irvine (BB) Anicia Bonds, Morro Bay (WBB, WTF)

1998 Mark Merlo, Clovis (MWP, MSD) Ashley Messer, Auberry (VB, WBB)

1999 Chris Lund, San Luis Obispo (MWP, MSD) Ashley Messer, Auberry (VB, WBB)

2000 Sergio Reyes, Los Osos (MXC, MTF) Mary Benson, San Luis Obispo (WWP, WSD)

2001 Patrick Furelos, Miami Beach, FL (MWP, MSD) Melinda Flores,  (WXC, WTF)

2002 Doug Leach, Santa Ana (MWP, MSD) Courtney Christy, Lodi (WWP, WSD)

2003 Katie Dacus, Lompoc (WWP, WSD)

2004 Christina Reyes, Los Osos (WXC, WTF)

2005 Bryan Etnrye, Huntington Beach (MWP, MSD)

2006 Chris Stehula, Arroyo Grande (MXC, MTF, MSD)

2007 Becca Reyes, Los Osos (WXC, WTF)

2008 Ian Starkie, Arroyo Grande (MWP, MSD)

2009 Tammy Barksdale, Atascadero (WWP, WSD)

2010 Kayla Cribbs, Sutter Creek (VB, WBB)

2011 Evan Norton, Paso Robles (MWP, MSD)

2012 Alexandria Bernard, Porterville (WWP, WSD)

2013 Erin Casey, Coarsegold (WWP, WSD)

         & Matt Giancanelli, Sacramento (MWP, MSD)

2014 Riley Cooks, Coarsegold (VB, WTF)

2015 Rachel Gruetzmacher, Atascadero (WWP, WSD)


Wrestling Coach Joe Dansby Repeats as Coach of the Year

SAN LUIS OBISPO (May 26, 2015)- Cuesta Wrestling Coach Joe Dansby has been recognized as the 2014-15 Cuesta College Coach of the Year. He is the first three-time winner of the award and first coach to be honored in back-to-back seasons.  Dansby led his grapplers to the 2015 SouthEast Conference title and seventh place at the CCCAA State Wrestling Championships, which were held in San Luis Obispo at Cuesta College. The Cougars did not finish lower than 4th place in any of their six tournaments and boasted a pair of tournament titles posted.  The grapplers posted a 9-6 record in dual meets, including a perfect 3-0 against the SEC.  Coach Joe Dansby was named 2014 SEC Coach of the Year, marking the fourth time he has received the honor.  Four members of the team earned All-SEC First Team, while three others earned honorable mention, and six placed at the state meet, including All America Connor Pollock.  This year’s team also set a school record with 297 individual wins, easily surpassing the previous program record of 270 set just last year.

This award recognizes the highest level of coaching achieved at Cuesta College during a year of competition.  It was first officially presented in 2009.  The award is based on a mathematical formula that weighs a coach’s individual performance as well as the on-field success of his/her team.   Coach Joe Dansby, for the second straight year, edged 2010 winner Rusty Blair.

Cuesta Coaches Award

Cuesta College Coach of the Year (est. 2009)

2014-15 Joe Dansby, Wrestling (Conf. Champs/ 7th State)

2013-14 Joe Dansby, Wrestling (Conf. Champs/ 6th State)

2012-13 John Marsh, Men’s Swim & Dive (Conf. Champs, 4th State) 

2011-12 Brian Locher, Women’s Cross Country (3rd Conf/ 4th State)

2010-11 Joe Dansby, Wrestling (Conf. Champs/ 5th State)

2009-10 Rusty Blair, Men’s Basketball (Conf. Champs/ Playoffs)

2008-09 Mike Napoli, Women’s Tennis (Conf. Champs/ 4th State)

Cuesta College


Athlete of the Month

December 2015


Angela Llaverias



            Cuesta College Athletics Department is proud to announce this month’s selections for the Cuesta Athlete of the Month.  This distinct honor recognizes two Cuesta College Athletes each month during the school year who have performed to the highest standards in their sport.  Our female selection for December is freshman Cager Angela Llaverias.


Freshman Cager Angela Llaverias has been an indispensible player for the Cougars this year. Cuesta is in the midst of a rebuilding year, after three straight playoff berths, and Llaverias has anchored a mostly freshman squad with no returning starters. A natural forward, she has played every position on the floor. She is always on the court and averages a team-high 34 minutes per game. Llaverias is also the Cougars’ leading outside scoring threat with 19 three-pointers and averages a solid 7.1 points per game. When she is not scoring, Llvaerias is second on the team with 7.0 rebounds per game and 32 steals. Coach Ron Barba says, “Angela is very coachable. She is a nice long-range shooter and a good rebounder. We (have been) playing her out of position, but she has a lot of potential.”


The Cougars finished their pre-conference schedule with a 5-11 record. They begin Western State Conference play on January 6.  



Cuesta College


Athlete of the Month

December 2015


Will Thornton



            Cuesta College Athletics Department is proud to announce this month’s selections for the Cuesta Athlete of the Month.  This distinct honor recognizes two Cuesta College Athletes each month during the school year who have performed to the highest standards in their sport.  Our male selection for December is freshman Grappler Will Thornton.


Freshman Wrestler Will Thornton ended the season as the Cougars’ highest ranked grappler. He overcame a late season shoulder injury to place 5th at both the CCCAA Regional and State Meets and led the Cougars to 13th place overall. Thornton posted a 10-3 mark at 197, but dropped a weight to wrestle at 184 during the post-season. He was 25-11 overall on the season and third on the team in wins. Thornton also swept the competition at the Bakersfield Duals, was 3rd at the Sacramento Tournament and finished second at the Meathead Movers Invitational. Coach Joe Dansby says, “Will was very consistent all year.”


The Cougars posted a 10-2 record in dual meets this year and won their third consecutive SouthEast Conference title. The Cougars finished 13th at the 2015 CCCAA State Wrestling Championship.




SAN LUIS OBISPO (January 12, 2016)-- Cuesta has compiled the names of 71 individuals who have risen to the top of Cuesta College’s 2015 fall scholar-athlete list, including several repeat honorees.  The success of Cuesta student-athletes is significant, as is the fact that 55% of Cuesta College athletes made the honor roll and earned 2015 All Western State Conference Academic Team status.  Cuesta Athletes took an average of 14.8 units.

The Cuesta Scholar-Athlete Honor Roll recognizes the student-athletes who have completed 12 units during the past semester with a grade point average of at least a 3.0 and finished in good standing with their respective team. This year the honor roll has representatives from each of the seven fall sports and both basketball teams.  The women’s volleyball team led the way with a combined 3.243 grade point average, while water polo led the men’s teams with a 3.239 GPA. Both teams, along with women’s cross country, women’s water polo, women’s soccer and men’s cross country, qualify as nominees for both the Western State Conference and CCCAA/Pepsi State scholar teams awards.  The 2013 men’s water polo team became the 21st Cuesta team to earn a CCCAA/Pepsi Scholar Team award since 1999. 

The Cougars also expect to reap some individual honors at the state level; six Cuesta student-athletes earned straight “A’s” during the semester.  Two members of both the women’s soccer and women’s volleyball teams posted perfect grades.  Sophomore Keiley Hansen (San Luis Obispo: California Virtual Academy) and Freshman Rori Stout (Paso Robles HS) led the kickers, while Madi Zelenski (Palmdale) and Hallie Robertson (Folsom) led the spikers.  Harrier Teegan Trimble (Templeton HS) and Grappler Modan Goldman (Sunnyvale) also posted a 4.0 on the semester.  Cuesta has had more CCCAA Scholar Award winners over the past 15 years than any other community college

Ten athletes combined great academic prowess with superior athleticism to also earn 2015 All Western State Conference First Team as athletes.  The ten double winners represented five of the seven fall sports (basketball's all-conference teams will not be announced until March)- women’s poloist Emily Crane (Hemet HS), grapplers Landon Kim (Trabuco Canyon) and Luis Quintero (Nevada City), men’s harriers Sean McDermott (Kings River) and Sam Ryan (Clovis), women’s harrier Aly Voth (Morro Bay HS), women’s kicker Christen Engel (Forrest Hill) and men’s poloists Gabe DeSimone (Albany, OR), John Hartshorne (Irvine) and, Logan Smith (Albany, OR).  Sophomore Emily Crane (Hemet HS) completed the double for the second straight year. 

Cuesta athletes traditionally excel in the classroom and this semester was no exception.  Cuesta’s athletes combined to complete 93.7% of their classes for a 3.003 GPA.


W Volleyball (WVB)  3.243

M Water Polo (MWP)            3.239

W X-Country (WXC) 3.178

W Water Polo (WWP)           3.110

W Soccer (Soc)                       3.100

M X-Country (MXC) 3.030

M Basketball (MBB)   2.857

Wrestling (Wrest)       2.707

W Basketball (WBB)  2.573



The honor roll was also well represented by local athletes:

LOS OSOS (4): Daniel Van Beurden (MXC), PJ Van Beurden (MXC), Chloe Lindsey (Soc), Ty Crockett (Wrest)

TEMPLETON (4): Madison Ramsey (Soc), Megan Miller (WWP), Teegan Trimble (WXC), Taylor Mariucci (WXC)

PASO ROBLES (4): Rori Stout (Soc), Simon Schoennauer (MWP), Jessica Reeves (WWP), Autumn Russell (WBB)

ARROYO GRANDE (3): Seneca Adams (Soc), Clint Doucette (MWP), Ben Rydberg (Wrest)

SAN LUIS OBISPO (2): Aramis Knox (MXC), Keiley Hansen (Soc)

NIPOMO (1): Taylor Witcher (WXC)

ATASCADERO (1): Maren Cracknell (WVB)

MORRO BAY (1): Aly Voth (WXC)

KING CITY (1): Luis Quintero (Wrest)





Fall Semester

Athletic Honor Roll

Andres Aguado- Basketball

Seneca Adams- Soccer

Roisin Andrews- Soccer

Sal Arrendondo- Water Polo

Ross Arve- Wrestling

Liam Barry- Water Polo

Josselyn Beutler- Cross Country

Grant Biral- Wrestling

Hannah Brumley- Water Polo

Michael Bull- Water Polo

Brooke Canepa- Soccer

Brenna Castro- Volleyball

Baylee Cocagne- Volleyball

Maren Cracknell- Volleyball

Emily Crane- Water Polo

Ty Crockett- Wrestling

Gabby David- Volleyball

Julia David- Volleyball

Gabe DeSimone- Water Polo

Clint Doucette- Water Polo

Christian Emerson- Water Polo

Christen Engel- Soccer

Dom Fratangelo- Wrestling

Isaac Galaviz- Wrestling

Ryan Gilroy- Basketball

Modan Goldman- Wrestling

Alyssa Goodman- Soccer

Victoria Gracie- Soccer

Keiley Hansen- Soccer

John Hartshorne- Water Polo

Benat Hevia- Basketball

Noah Hudgins- Water Polo

Daci Hughes- Water Polo

Landon Kim- Wrestling

Aramis Knox- Cross Country

Micaela Lewis- Soccer

 Chloe Lindsey- Soccer

Angela Llaverias- Basketball

Kelsey Lowe- Volleyball

Taylor Mariucci- Cross Country

Sean McDermott- Cross Country

Megan Miller- Water Polo

Kate Nestingen- Wrestling

Jenna Oberg- Soccer

Emily O’Brien- Volleyball

Monique Orozco- Soccer

Ben Peterson- Basketball

Luis Quintero- Wrestling

Jordi Rabassa- Basketball

Samantha Rachal- Cross Country

Madison Ramsey- Soccer

Jessica Reeves- Water Polo

Hallie Robertson- Volleyball

Autumn Russell- Basketball

Sam Ryan- Cross Country

Ben Rydberg- Wrestling

Tarah Salazar- Water Polo

Simon Schoennauer- Water Polo

Sarah Siems- Soccer

Logan Smith- Water Polo

Gillian Stargensky- Soccer

Rori Stout- Soccer

Dylan Thompson- Water Polo

Teegan Trimble- Cross Country

Daniel Van Beurden- Cross Country

PJ Van Beurden- Cross Country

Mathijs Van Der Mars- Basketball Jonathan Vargas- Wrestling

Aly Voth- Cross Country

Taylor Witcher- Cross Country

Madi Zelenski- Volleyball