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Achievements

Achievements

• Overall record of 28-15, conference 8-2

• Final NJCAA ranking of 18

• NJCAA All-American second team: Manon Geoffroy

• Five student-athletes signed National Letters of Intent to four-

year colleges and universities

• Region XIV conference honors: Manon Geoffroy (first team,

libero of the year), Brianna Moten (first team), Ines Bawedin

(first team), Kerstin Jenkins (first team), Erlicia Griffith (second

team), Samantha McMahon (honorable mention), Kayden

Thomas (honorable mention)

• Delaney Driver and Rachel Warner named NJCAA Academic

All-American

• Team named NJCAA All-Academic Team

• Nelson earns 400th career win at the helm of the San Jacinto

College volleyball program

  • Overall record of 19-13, 7-3 conference
  • Final NJCAA ranking of 13
  • NJCAA All-American second team: Ana Helena Ribeiro
  • Region XIV conference honors: Ana Helena Ribeiro (first team), Kacey LeBlanc (first team, libero of the year), Hannah McRee (first team), Brianna Moten (second team, newcomer of the year), Hannah Baker (second team)
  • Three student-athletes sign National Letters of Intent to four-year colleges and universities
  • Overall record of 22-10, 9-4 conference
  • Final NJCAA ranking of 13
  • NJCAA All-American first team: Ana Helena Ribeiro
  • AVCA All-American first team: Ana Helena Ribeiro
  • Region XIV conference honors: Ana Helena Ribeiro (first team, newcomer of the year), Elisa Woinowsky (first team), Lea Lieb (first team), Keili Harrison (second team), Jacie Pullig (second team)
  • Seven student-athletes sign National Letters of Intent to four-year colleges and universities
  • Overall record of 36-3, 10-0 conference
  • Region XIV champion
  • 3rd place NJCAA national tournament
  • NJCAA All-American first team: Marlaina Pleydle, Marie-Pierre Bakima
  • AVCA All-American first team: Marie-Pierre Bakima
  • AVCA All-American second team: Marlaina Pleydle
  • Region XIV conference honors: Marie-Pierre Bakima (player of the year, first team), Marlaina Pleydle (first team), Oni Lattin (first team), Julia Menhart (libero of the year, first team), Krista Koopman (first team), Shelbee Pier (second team)
  • Sharon Nelson – AVCA Southwest Region Two-Year Coach of the Year

 

  • Overall record of 32-5, 8-0 conference
  • Region XIV District M champion
  • NJCAA All-American first team: Jazmine Green, sophomore outside hitter
  • Region XIV conference honors: Jazmine Green (player of the year, first team), Sarah Gillis (first team), Kanoe Pupuhi (cosetter of the year, first team), Marie-Pierre Bakima (newcomer of the year, first team), Marlaina Pleydle (first team), Hayley Couch (second team)
  • COBRA Magazine All-Southwest Region team and All-National Honorable Mention: Jazmine Green (sophomore outside hitter), Marie-Pierre Bakima (freshman outside hitter)
  • Sharon Nelson – AVCA Southwest Region Two-Year Coach of the Year, Region XIV District M Coach of the Year

 

  • National runner-up
  • Overall record of 29-10, 10-0 conference
  • Region XIV District M champion
  • NJCAA All-American first team: Alyssa Dibbern, sophomore right side hitter; Candace Soares, sophomore outside hitter
  • AVCA All-American first team: Alyssa Dibbern, sophomore right side hitter; Candace Soares, sophomore outside hitter
  • Region XIV conference honors: Alyssa Dibbern (player of the year, first team), Candace Soares (first team), Chelsey Harding (setter of the year, first team), Amanda Deem (second team), Lauren Curley (second team), Brittany Weiler (newcomer of the year)
  • Sharon Nelson – AVCA Southwest Region Two-Year Coach of the Year, Region XIV District M Coach of the Year

 

  • Overall record of 32-9, 9-1 conference
  • Region XIV District M champions
  • 10th place NJCAA national tournament
  • NJCAA all-American second team: Christie Dorch, sophomore outside hitter
  • Region XIV all-conference honors: Christie Dorch (player of the year, offensive player of the year), Alyssa Dibbern (freshman of the year), Holly Moreno, Candace Soares, Brittney Wood, Amanda Deem
  • Sharon Nelson – Region XIV District M Coach of the Year

 

  • Overall record of 33-3, 10-0 conference
  • Region XIV District M champions
  • 5th place NJCAA national tournament
  • Region XIV all-conference honors: Zuzana Cizova (player of the year), Abbey Parker (setter of the year), Bruna Rocha, Julia Teixeira, Brooke Spossey
  • Sharon Nelson – Region XIV District M Coach of the Year

 

  • Overall record of 30-13, 13-0 conference
  • Region XIV District M champions
  • 6th place NJCAA national tournament
  • Region XIV all-region honors: Julia Teixeira, Bruna Rocha, Ligia Celemente
  • Sharon Nelson – Region XIV District M Coach of the Year

 

  • Overall record of 26-16, 10-2 conference
  • Region XIV District M champions
  • 8th place NJCAA national tournament
  • NJCAA all-American honors to Nyla Ware, freshman middle blocker
  • Region XIV all-conference honors: Gena Rhodes, Nyla Ware, Amber Murphy, Amber Benjamin, Alicia Rab
  • Sharon Nelson and Jeff Ham – Region XIV District M Coaches of the Year

 

  • Overall record of 28-7, 12-0 conference
  • Region XIV District M champions
  • 11th place NJCAA national tournament
  • Region XIV all-region honors: Christie Feliz, Kari Neely, Laura North, Gena Rhodes, Bryce Zimmerman
  • Region XIV District M all-region tournament selections: Christie Feliz, Kari Neely, Laura North
  • NJCAA all-American honorable mention: Gena Rhodes, freshman outside hitter
  • Sharon Nelson and Jeff Ham break 100-win mark together at San Jacinto College (114-47)
  • Sharon Nelson and Jeff Ham – Region XIV District M Coaches of the Year

 

  • Overall record of 34-11, 11-1 conference
  • 1st place conference finish, regional finals appearance
  • Region XIV all-region honors: Ashley Denitto, Leah Alexander, Christie Feliz, Laura North, Jayme Pauley
  • NJCAA all-American second-team honors: Leah Alexander, sophomore outside hitter

 

  • Overall record of 31-14, 10-2 conference
  • 2nd place conference finish, regional finals appearance
  • Region XIV all-region honors: Cricket Hyatt, Leah Alexander, Jayme Pauley, Ashley Miksch
  • NJCAA all-American honorable mention: Leah Alexander, freshman setter

 

  • Overall record of 24-14, 10-2 conference
  • 2nd place conference finish, regional finals appearance
  • Region XIV all-region honors: Elizabeth Ralls, Cricket Hyatt, Ashley Williams, Ashley Castino
  • Sharon Nelson named head coach

 

  • Overall record of 24-13
  • 3rd place conference finish
  • Jeff Ham named head coach

 

  • Overall record of 23-23 (22-23 versus junior college opponents), 9-5 conference
  • 3rd place conference finish
  • Becky Lidolph breaks 600-win coaching mark

 

  • Overall record of 42-11 (37-10 versus junior college opponents)
  • 1st place conference finish
  • 3rd place in region

 

  • Overall record 52-3…JuCo record 48-2 (New School Win/Loss record: 52-3)
  • 1st in Conference. 1st in Region, Runners-up National Champions
  • Becky Lidolph named NJCAA District 3 Coach of the Year and breaks 400 win mark

 

  • Overall Record: 22-12; JuCo record 16-5
  • 2nd in Conference, runners-up regional champions

 

  • Overall Record: 34-6; JuCo record: 31-3
  • 1st in Conference, runners-up regional champions

 

  • Overall Record: 32-4; JuCo record: 25-3
  • 1st in Conference, runners-up regional champions

 

  • Overall Record: 39-7; JuCo record: 34-3
  • 1st in Conference, 1st in Region, National Champions
  • Becky Lidolph named District 3 and NJCAA Coach of the Year
  • Stacie McDaniel named National Tournament MVP
  • Sonia Trevino named first-ever Reebok Junior College Player of the Year

 

  • Overall Record: 40-8; JuCo record: 32-4
  • 1st in Conference, 1st in Region, 5th at National Tournament
  • Becky Lidolph named District 3 Coach of the Year

 

  • Overall Record: 43-4; JuCo record: 36-3
  • 1st in Conference, 1st in Region, 5th at National Tournament
  • 40-game winning streak
  • Becky Lidolph named District 3 Coach of the Year

 

  • Overall Record: 40-10; JuCo record: 33-4
  • 1st in Conference, 1st in Region, 5th at National Tournament
  • Becky Lidolph named District 3 Coach of the Year