PALOMAR'S STARK, FLORES &
PROCHNOW LAND V'BALL SCHOLARSHIPS
SAN MARCOS (6-14-2016) -
Three sophomores from coach Karl Seiler's 2015
Palomar women's indoor volleyball team have landed
scholarships to NCAA Division II colleges.
Madi Stark, an outside hitter/opposite
who was a two-time first-team All-Pacific Coast Athletic
Conference selection, is transferring to Holy Names University
Bethany Prochnow, a middle blocker who
won second-team All-PCAC honors last fall, received her
scholarship to Coker University in Hartsville, South Carolina.
And Vanessa Flores, a defensive
specialist who was an All-PCAC honorable mention selection, also
is transferring to Holy Names.
Four members of the 2015 Palomar indoor
team have now moved on the the Division I or Division II levels
Kelli Iverson, an outside hitter from
Christian Life Academy in Escondido and a two-time All-PCAC
selection, accepted a scholarship to Division I Grand
Canyon University at the semester in January. Iverson played
beach volleyball for the the Antelopes in the spring and will
play two seasons of indoor volleyball beginning this fall.
Stark and Prochnow are both
Elsinore High School products. Flores prepped at
Whittier High School.
57 PALOMAR SPRING
ATHLETES EARN PCAC ACADEMIC HONORS
SAN MARCOS (6-23-2016) -
Palomar has landed 57 in-season spring-sport
athletes on the All-Pacific Coast Athletic
Conference Scholar-Athlete team.
Minimum qualifications for the award
include successful participation on an intercollegiate athletic
team and completion of at-least 12 semester units with at least
a 3.0 grade-point average.
Nine in-season athletes achieved
perfect 4.0 grade-point averages -- Joel Mitchell (baseball);
Kelsey Payne (beach volleyball); Mitchell Kwee, Connor Sims and
Max Wittmack (men's golf); Nicholas Hendricks, Hayden McCauley
and Paul Shaner (men's swimming); and Ahmed Khalil (men's
Baseball landed 18 student athletes on
the team, followed by men's swimming (10), softball (7), women's
swimming (7), men's golf (5), men's volleyball (4), men's tennis
(3), beach volleyball (2) and women's track & field (1).
Baseball produced the highest team
grade-point average, 3.17, with women's swimming (3.12) and
men's swimming (3.01) also topping the 3.0 mark.
BASEBALL (18): Mike Benson, Tom
Brunansky, Grant Buck, Sam Casinelli, Nashea Diggs, Mitch
Gallagher, Chase Grant, Mitchell Hayes, Nick Holm, Carter
Johnson, Troy Lamparello, John McKay, Kyle McKean, Efrain
Medina, Joel Mitchell, Shane Olsen, Marc Sauceda, Matt Wezniak
MEN'S SWIMMING (10): Tristin D'Ambrosi,
Elijia Foley, Nicholas Hendricks, Martin Jarquin, Travis Lane,
Hayden McCauley, Ryan McCauley, Paul Shaner, Tim Sheehy, Zach
SOFTBALL (7): Hanna Collins-MacDonald,
Trinity Fa'asua, Taylour Fa'asua, Jordan Files, Marisa Herrera,
Kealani Leonui, Bailey Romano
WOMEN'S SWIMMING (7): Morgan Brown,
Paulina Dehaan, Dallas Fatseas, Lucy Gates, Michelle Jacob,
Kendyl Mundt, Alice Percoraro
MEN'S GOLF (5): Christian Guerzon,
Mitchell Kwee, Fredrick MacKenzie, Connor Sims, Max Wittmack
MEN'S VOLLEYBALL (4): Tyler Baker,
Tyler Hedley, Ahmed Khalil, Jorge Leos
MEN'S TENNIS (3): Adam Lippert, Peter
Trhac, Dean Vo
BEACH VOLLEYBALL (2): Kelsey Payne,
WOMEN'S TRACK & FIELD (1): Melissa
SALADINO GOES 2-FOR-4 WITH
HOME RUN AND 4 RBI'S FOR WHITE SOX
CHICAGO (6-15-2016) - Tyler
Saladino, the 2009 Pacific Coast Athletic Conference
Player of the Year as a Palomar sophomore, had a big
game Tuesday night for the Chicago White Sox.
Saladino went 2-for-4 with a home run
and 4 RBIs in an 11-8 loss to the Detroit Tigers.