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With the fall season right around the corner, the Cal Lutheran men’s and women’s cross country teams have released its schedule that features two Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (SCIAC) meets and seven total events in 2016.
Announced last week by the Golf Coaches Association of America (GCAA), Cal Lutheran junior Nick Dallas was named to the 2016 Division III PING All-America Third Team for his stellar play this season. He becomes the sixth golfer in CLU history to earn GCAA All-America honors and just the second to do so in the past decade.
The Cal Lutheran women’s soccer team is eager to return to the pitch in 2016 where they will play 20 total contests in the regular season with 10 of those at home inside William Rolland Stadium. The Regals will compete in six non-conference matches and 14 against Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (SCIAC) opponents.
The 2016 Cal Lutheran men’s water polo team will dive into the Samuelson Aquatics Center pool eight times on seven dates during the fall semester. Overall, the Kingsmen will participate in four full tournaments, including the SCIAC Championships, and host a Kingsmen Mini Tournament in late September.
The Association of Collegiate Water Polo Coaches (ACWPC) released the 2016 women’s water polo All-Academic awards earlier this week and 14 Regals were recognized individually while Cal Lutheran as a team was honored for the fourth consecutive year.
The Cal Lutheran women’s volleyball team was crowned the NCAA Division III Women’s Volleyball National Champions in the 2015 season and broke barriers by becoming the first CLU team to claim an NCAA National Champion title. The six-time defending SCIAC champions are eager to return to action and will begin the 2016 schedule the first week of September, vying for a seventh straight SCIAC title this season.
Senior Allie Eason was one of 517 student-athletes from all three divisions of the NCAA to be nominated for the 2016 Woman of the Year award, which honors a graduating female collegiate athlete who has concluded her eligibility and distinguished herself throughout her career in the areas of athletics, academics, service and leadership.
During the 2016 Cal Lutheran football season, five of the nine scheduled games will be played inside of William Rolland Stadium with the remaining four on the road.
Cal Lutheran golfer Nick Dallas was feeling pretty good when he walked into the team's 2015 yearend award banquet last spring following a strong first season of competing for the school. So he was a little shocked when he walked out of the banquet without any kind of award, not even a most improved trophy.
The Association of Collegiate Water Polo Coaches (ACWPC) announced the 2016 women’s water polo All-America team and Cal Lutheran landed a pair on the Second Team in seniors Amanda Jones and goalkeeper Gina Merry while Kristi McGee earned Honorable Mention status in her first year playing for the Regals.
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