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Sports Roundup: Kolesar signs letter of intent to play soccer at Biola University

Talented soccer midfielder Kailey Kolesar celebrated with family, teammates, coaches and fans in a special ceremony at Tehachapi High where she signed her letter of intent to accept a scholarship to play soccer for Biola University, a NCAA Division II affiliate.The scholarship that Kolesar is receiving from Biola University is worth $25,000 per year ($22,000 academic and $3,000 athletic). Kolesar will enroll in the engineering program with the goal of becoming a biomedical engineer.“I am looking forward to being able to f...

Talented soccer midfielder Kailey Kolesar celebrated with family, teammates, coaches and fans in a special ceremony at Tehachapi High where she signed her letter of intent to accept a scholarship to play soccer for Biola University, a NCAA Division II affiliate.

The scholarship that Kolesar is receiving from Biola University is worth $25,000 per year ($22,000 academic and $3,000 athletic). Kolesar will enroll in the engineering program with the goal of becoming a biomedical engineer.

“I am looking forward to being able to further my education while playing the sport I love at the collegiate level,” said Kolesar. “All while being surrounded by an amazing community that Biola has already offered me."

Kolesar has played soccer for 11 years and is coming off an outstanding junior year where she posted 10 goals and five assists in 18 games, helping the Lady Warriors to a winning record overall. Away from the pitch, Kolesar is also a talented runner, holding the school record in the 3,200 meters and taking the gold medal in the event at the CIF Central Section Division III meet last spring.

The THS senior is also one of the top students in her class with a 4.5 grade point average and is involved in many academic clubs that include National Honor Society, California Scholastic Federation, Safe School Ambassadors, Interact and the Tehachapi High Engineering and Manufacturing Academy.

“I would like to thank my parents for showing me what it is like to be unconditionally loved and supported,” added Kolesar. “I would also like to thank all my coaches who have each individually made such an amazing impact on me. I am beyond thankful.”

The Tehachapi High Booster Club recently recognized the fall season athlete of the month recipients for October.

The recipients included Christian Morse, Kaidon Hagerty, Derek Olmscheid, Kodi Curnow, Maliya Snyder, Hannah Weinstein, Kendall Williams, Katelyn Rushing, Samuel Torres, James Adamson, Quincy Whiting, Bryanna Grimes, Rosalyn Gray and Tailey Jelleschitz.

Each student received a patch for their letterman jacket, a T-shirt and a breakfast at a small get-together at the high school.

THS Cross Country met at Hart Park for the second consecutive week, this time to run in the South Yosemite Mountain League Finals.

The Warriors got off to a fine start as the Lady Braves performed well on the two-mile course to clinch a team SYML championship, placing in the first four spots and finishing with all the ladies in the top eight and receiving individual medals for their efforts. Drew Sherman (15:10) was the overall winner of the JV Girls Run, followed by Ana Li (15:30 – second), Averee Napier (16:02 – third), Bryanna Grimes (16:38 – fourth), Ava Hester (17:33 – seventh) and Emma Gonzales (17:47 – eighth).

The JV Braves were led by James Adamson (14:46 – 12th) and Eric Swanson (14:52 – 14th). Kaiden Alvarez (15:40 – 20th) and Wyatt Hester (16:18 – 23rd) helped THS to a fourth-place finish with North High.

The contest of the day for THS Cross Country was the SYML showdown between East High and Tehachapi in the varsity lady’s division. The Lady Warriors put forth a valiant effort on the three-mile course but fell short by four points and took second place in the league standings. The Lady Warriors placed three individuals on the All-SYML First Team Cross Country team. Violette Casas (21:27 – second), Baylee Torres (21:37 – third) and Emily Valdez (22:37 – sixth) all earned first team honors as well as individual medals on the day. Kylee Steele (24:10 – 13th), Amanda Edwards (24:16 – 14th), Quincy Whiting (25:11 – 18th) and Ashlynn Grimes (25:59 – 20th) helped the Lady Warrior effort as well.

The Varsity Warriors brought the day to a close finishing in fifth place. Samuel Torres (18:36) was top Warrior and received a medal for his 10th place finish. Colter Grenz (18:41) was next in 11th place and Walker Fleming and Osiel Bahena both ran the course in a time of (19:13 – 18th and 19th). Donovan Russell (22:50 – 31st) filled out the Warrior scoring.

Next up for THS Cross Country will be a run at Woodward Park – Fresno on Thursday to take part in the CIF Valley Finals.

2022-23 Schedule Announced for Water Polo

Tempe, ARIZ. – Head Coach Petra Pardi has announced Sun Devil Water Polo's schedule for the 2022-23 season, highlighted by two home tournaments and two more on the road. The Sun Devils are no stranger to the teams they will face this season, as just one–Biola– was not seen by ASU in Tempe last season.During the 2021-22 season, ASU had 14 home competitions and four true road...

Tempe, ARIZ. – Head Coach Petra Pardi has announced Sun Devil Water Polo's schedule for the 2022-23 season, highlighted by two home tournaments and two more on the road. The Sun Devils are no stranger to the teams they will face this season, as just one–Biola– was not seen by ASU in Tempe last season.

During the 2021-22 season, ASU had 14 home competitions and four true road games, while seven of them were neutral site games. This season looks similar to last as ASU is set to play 10 games in front of their home crowd, with the remaining on the road or at neutral site locations.

Like last season, ASU opens up the season at Mona Plummer hosting the ASU Cross Conference Challenge on Jan. 13-15 with Michigan, Azusa Pacific, Biola, and California Baptist in town.

The next three competitions will be on the road for the Sun Devils, as travel starts early this season. February opens up with ASU competing at the Stanford Invitational the 4-5, and after two weeks break the team is back in business at the Barbara Kalbus Invitational Feb. 24-26 in Irvine, CA.

The final leg of the first road adventure ends in Berkeley, as ASU is set to face them in the first MSPF conference matchup of the season on March 4.

ASU returns home Mar. 11-12 to host the ASU Invitational Tournament with Harvard, Marist, and Salem in town– all three teams ASU defeated in the Invitational last season. Two weeks later ASU faces the reigning NCAA Champs, Stanford, at Mona Plummer on March 26.

The Sun Devils head to Hoosier Country to face Indiana on April 1 to start a stretch of four conference games to close out the second half of the season. This will be the first time ASU has played IU in Bloomington in the program's 16 game history with the Hoosiers.

The final three conference games take place over the next three weeks, as the weekend following IU on April 1, UCLA comes to Tempe on April 8. The last road trip takes place at USC on April 15 to take on the NCAA runner-ups.

The regular season concludes at home on April 22 against SJSU before the Sun Devils head off to compete in the MPSF Tournament April 28-30 in San Jose, California.

All home games have free admission, and times/locations for games are to be announced. Follow @SunDevilWP on Twitter for all schedule updates.

2022 NCAA DII Women’s Cross Country Regional Rankings – Week 7

NEW ORLEANS – Conference Championships this past weekend provided plenty changes, with five of the eight regions seeing adjustments.Here is the final edition of the NCAA Division II Women’s Cross Country Regional Rankings for the 2022 season, as released by the U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association (USTFCCCA) on Tuesday.Regional Rankings are determined subjectively by a single member coach in each respective region. The regional representative is tasked with weighting returnin...

NEW ORLEANS – Conference Championships this past weekend provided plenty changes, with five of the eight regions seeing adjustments.

Here is the final edition of the NCAA Division II Women’s Cross Country Regional Rankings for the 2022 season, as released by the U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association (USTFCCCA) on Tuesday.

Regional Rankings are determined subjectively by a single member coach in each respective region. The regional representative is tasked with weighting returning teams’ strength with current season results (if applicable) in determining a rank-order of squad potential. Only USTFCCCA member programs are eligible to receive a ranking. Teams with provisional status within the region may be ranked.

Regional Championships Saturday is set for Saturday, November 19.

Projected AQs: No. 1 Charleston (W.Va.), No. 2 Edinboro, No. 3 Seton Hill

Also in the Hunt: No. 4 Lock Haven, No. 5 Slippery Rock

Note: Positions 2-5 got resorted, thanks to Edinboro’s victory in the PSAC Championships.

Projected AQs: No. 1 Augustana (S.D.), No. 2 Minnesota State, No. 3 Pittsburg State

Also in the Hunt: No. 4 Winona State, No. 5 Minnesota Duluth

Note: Minnesota State moved up a spot after a runner-up finish in the NSIC behind Augustana, while Pittsburg State climbed up two positions after winning the MIAA.

Projected AQs: No. 1 Southern New Hampshire, No. 2 Roberts Wesleyan, No. 3 Daemen

Also in the Hunt: No. 4 Adelphi, No. 5 Saint Anselm

Note: Roberts Wesleyan and Daemen switched positions after the Red Hawks beat the Wildcats for the ECC title.

Projected AQs: No. 1 Grand Valley State, No. 2 Cedarville, No. 3 Wayne State (Mich.)

Also in the Hunt: No. 4 Lewis, No. 5 Saginaw Valley State

Note: Wayne State jumped ahead of Lewis after the Warriors claimed runner-up honors in the GLIAC.

Projected AQs: No. 1 Lee (Tenn.), No. 2 Palm Beach Atlantic, No. 3 Tampa

Also in the Hunt: No. 4 Mississippi College, No. 5 Alabama-Huntsville

Projected AQs: No. 1 Adams State, No. 2 Colo. School of Mines, No. 3 UC-Colorado Springs

Also in the Hunt: No. 4 Dallas Baptist, No. 5 Western Colorado

Projected AQs: No. 1 Wingate, No. 2 Flagler, No. 3 Anderson (S.C.)

Also in the Hunt: No. 4 North Georgia, No. 5 Catawba

Note: Anderson moved up to No. 3 after finishing as runner-up in the SAC.

Projected AQs: No. 1 Stanislaus State, No. 2 Biola (Calif.), No. 3 Chico State

Also in the Hunt: No. 4 Azusa Pacific, No. 5 Cal State East Bay

McCall Leads Young `Runners into 2022-23 Season

BAKERSFIELD, Calif. – The third season in The Big West is about to begin for the CSU Bakersfield women's basketball team and the Roadrunners feel they have something to prove. Head Coach Greg McCall will lead a young group of student-athletes into battle, looking to make his `Runners a contender for the league crown once again.After losing five of the team's most experienced players to graduation and the ...

BAKERSFIELD, Calif. – The third season in The Big West is about to begin for the CSU Bakersfield women's basketball team and the Roadrunners feel they have something to prove. Head Coach Greg McCall will lead a young group of student-athletes into battle, looking to make his `Runners a contender for the league crown once again.

After losing five of the team's most experienced players to graduation and the transfer portal, it was not a big surprise that Bakersfield was picked at the bottom of the Big West Preseason Coaches poll. Heading into his 12th season at the helm of the `Runners, McCall knows his team will not forget the preseason prediction.

"I'm pretty sure it's in the back of their minds," McCall said. "When the news first came out, we spoke on it a little bit and then we left it alone". McCall added that his squad rededicated itself to extra shooting before practice to help prove the naysayers wrong.

While Bakersfield's Head Coach has long recruited athletic and defensive-minded student-athletes, the team's offensive effectiveness came into question after posting a 5-20 record a year ago. Heading into 2022-23, McCall believes the squad's shooting will be greatly improved.

"Our three-point shooting is a whole lot better this year. I think fans are going to be impressed with the way that we're shooting the ball. With the shooters that we had in place and adding a couple more shooters in there, we're still going to get to the rim and we know people are going to play zone against us, but we can shoot the ball really well."

Sophomore Tatyanna Clayburne returns as the most battle-tested guard in the `Runner backcourt, but McCall can also choose from Sophia Tougas, Simone Johnson, Sage Bridges-Bey, and Garrisen Freeman in the rotation after gaining a year of valuable experience.

New `Runner guards who look primed to make an immediate impact include three Division I transfers in Grace Hunter (FIU), Shaunae Brown (Canisius), and Taylor Caldwell (Grand Canyon). Caldwell is rehabbing an injury and will not be cleared to play until later this calendar year, but when the Bakersfield native and Bakersfield High School graduate makes her `Runner debut, the Icardo Center will undoubtedly be rocking with many friends and family cheering her on.

McCall also signed three talented freshmen guards who will be fighting for playing time in Morgan Edwards, Nseije Ortiz, and Julia Riley.

In the post, the `Runners lost the steady presence of Vanessa Austin and will look a little different underneath the basket: "We won't have our back to the basket as much as we did last year, but we still do post up. We have players like Soli Herrera, Hennie van Schaik, and Kayla Morris who are double threats where they can post up and also step away from the rim."

With a large group of newcomers, McCall is content with the way the team is meshing early on: "So far, so good…We just need to keep stringing together good practices. We need to take care of the basketball a little bit better, but right now it's just those small things and we just want to keep getting better."

The `Runners will begin their climb up the mountain that is the 2022-23 season in two days when CSUB hosts Biola in an exhibition game in the Icardo Center. The Eagles and `Runners will tipoff at 12 p.m. (PT) on Nov. 5 for an exhibition test run before Bakersfield opens the regular season with a tough challenge at the Pac-12's USC on Nov. 8.

Season tickets and Single-game tickets are available for CSUB basketball home events ahead of time at GoRunners.com/Tickets or by calling 661-654-BLUE or 661-654-GOLD. Fans who cannot attend the games in person can watch the `Runners live on ESPN+.

Buffs Rematch with Nighthawks in NCAA Tournament

Game NotesCANYON, Texas -- The West Texas A&M men's soccer team earned the ninth seed in the NCAA's Super-Region 4 and start the national tournament against Northwest Nazarene. The Buffs and Nighthawks meet at California State-Los Angeles' University Stadium on Thursday for an 8 p.m. kickoff.LIVE COVERAGE Live stats and broadcast will be available for Thursday's NCAA First Roun...

Game Notes

CANYON, Texas -- The West Texas A&M men's soccer team earned the ninth seed in the NCAA's Super-Region 4 and start the national tournament against Northwest Nazarene. The Buffs and Nighthawks meet at California State-Los Angeles' University Stadium on Thursday for an 8 p.m. kickoff.

LIVE COVERAGE Live stats and broadcast will be available for Thursday's NCAA First Round Matchup provided by the Cal State-Los Angeles athletic communications department with the game aired on the CCAA Network. For more information visit GoBuffsGo.com.

SERIES HISTORY WT and Northwest Nazarene have a short history with the schools splitting their two meetings. The Buffs won the inaugural game 2-1 in 2021 before falling to the Nighthawks 1-0 earlier this season.

SCOUTING NORTHWEST NAZARENE The Nighthawks enter the NCAA tournament as the eighth seed after winning the Great Northwest Athletic Conference. Jake Levine leads NNU with 19 points followed by Lukas Juodkunaitis with 13. Sawyer Price has accounted for all but 20 minutes in goal this season for the Nighthawks. During his 1,600 minutes of play, Price has 21 goals allowed with 59 saves on 177 shots faced for a 1.18 goals-against average and 0.738 save percentage.

LAST TIME OUT Midwestern State got its revenge on WT after the Buffs beat the Mustangs in Wichita Falls. Midwestern State traveled to Canyon where the Mustangs came back from a two-goal deficit to win 3-2 at The Pitch and end the Buffs' Lone Star Conference Tournament run.

BUTCH LAUFFER Butch Lauffer is in his 32nd season as head men's soccer coach at West Texas A&M University. As the longest tenured head coach in WT history, Lauffer has coached the men to 29 consecutive non-losing seasons and the women to 12-plus victories in 12 seasons. Lauffer has recorded a 370-165-48 (.676) record at the helm of the Buffs with a 559-232-65 (.691) overall record at WT.

A LOOK AT THE BRACKET California State-Los Angeles earned the top seed in the region and earned a first-round bye. St. Mary's earned the second seed and the right to host No. 7 Midwestern State and No. 10 Biola. No. 4 Cal State-Dominguez Hills hosts No. 5 Colorado School of Mines while third-seeded CSU Pueblo hosts sixth-seeded Cal Poly Pomona. The winner of WT and Northwest Nazarene moves on to play No. 1 Cal State-Los Angeles.

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