La Verne lands 33 on Academic All-SCIAC Teams

La Verne lands 33 on Academic All-SCIAC Teams

PASADENA — The University of La Verne placed a total of 33 student-athletes on the 2014-15 Academic All-Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference for the fall sports of football, men’s and women’s cross country, men’s and women’s soccer, volleyball and men’s water polo.

To be eligible, the student-athletes must have at least a 3.4 cumulative grade point average at the current institution, must have completed one full calendar year at the current institution and must have reached sophomore athletic eligibility. In the case of transfers, graduate students and two-year college graduates, the student-athlete must have completed one full calendar year at the nominating institution.


Dominic Woods, Sr., Biology/Pre-Med

Nikolas Gutierrez, Sr., Biology/Pre-Med

Anthony Arguello, Sr., Kinesiology

Kyle Ellis, Sr., Accounting

Justin Schnurstein, Sr., Economics

Gabe Lumas, So., Criminology

Connor Truhitte, So., Kinesiology

Jacob Parga, So., Political Science

Zachary Tomlinson, So., Business Administration

Ezra Broadus, So., Communications

Travis Hills, So., Liberal Studies

Shawn Kagan, So., Accounting

Men’s Cross Country

Bryan Hayes, Jr., Physics

Tanner Long, So., Biology

Women’s Cross Country

Kamalei Lee, So., Public Relations

Andrea Valdez, So., Kinesiology

Men’s Soccer

Darrin Bangle, Jr., Mathematics

Ko Yajima, Jr., Business Administration

Women’s Soccer

Audriana Arceneaux, Sr., Biology

Deanna Doss, Sr., Business Administration

Delanie Pacheco, Sr., Broadcast Television

J.J. Weaver, Sr., Broadcast Television

Traci Ramirez, So., Biology

Megan Hodgson, So., Accounting

Heather Seman, So., Communications

Alexa Smith, So., Child Development

Kyndall Taylor, So., Kinesiology


Hope Allen, Sr., Athletic Training

Nysa Allen, Sr., Athletic Training

Brittany Yaxley, Jr., Liberal Studies

Cassie Thompson, So., International Business and Language

Men’s Water Polo

Jonathon Jarvis, Sr., Criminology

Jordan Bowers, Jr., Economics