Outside hitters Lupe Garcia and Lina Semaia joined setter Colleen Stafford on the First Team, while outside hitter Robyn Miller was named to the Second Team.
Semaia, who led her team and the Cal Pac in total kills this season (407) also finished third in the conference in kills per set (3.7). She was also fourth in the conference in hitting percentage (.215).
Garcia finished the season first in the Cal Pac in hitting percentage (.277) and was third on the team in total kills (273) but fifth in the conference in kills per set (2.7). She led the Golden Eagles squad and the Cal Pac with 36 service aces this season.
Stafford directed the offense from the setting position and was the only setter named to the First Team. She finished the season with a total of 1112 assists (9.8 assists per set) to lead the Cal Pac.
Rounding out the Golden Eagles All Conference Team is Robyn Miller. Miller finished the season third on the team and fifth in the Cal Pac with a hitting percentage of .215. She was second on the team in total kills (291) and just percentage points behind her teammate Garcia with 2.7 kills per set, good for sixth in the Cal Pac.
All four players represented La Sierra and the Cal Pac Conference as Cal Pac Volleyball Player of the Week, during the course of the season. During this offseason the Golden Eagles will have some big shoes to fill, as Miller is the only one of the four who is set to return for next season.
La Sierra joined Menlo College as the only institution to have four student-athletes named to the All Conference Team.
Menlo defeated the Golden Eagles in four sets this past weekend, to win the Cal Pac Tournament and advance to the NAIA National Tournament.
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