Kelsi Robinson enjoyed the best season of her career and cemented herself one of the best middle blockers in the nation. She registered 3.2 kills per set on a staggering .360 hitting and averaged nearly one total block per set. Robinson accounted for over 23 percent of the Leopards' total points production, underscoring her impact on the team.
On Oct. 2 at Claremont-Mudd-Scripps, Alex Arellano became the program's all-time receptions leader, passing Rick Romeo. Arellano leaves La Verne with 139 career receptions.
Austin Brown's 12.5 tackles for loss were second-most in the SCIAC and he averaged 6.3 tackles per game, which ranked 15th in the league. He also notched four sacks.
Zachary Tomlinson stepped in for injured Josh Evans and threw for 941 yards and seven touchdowns.
Rey Julian Castillo named newcomer of the year
Castillo earned his SCIAC Newcomer of the Year status as a force in the pool for the Leopards. The junior driver led La Verne with 80 goals on the season and 43 in SCIAC play. The Puerto Rico native also led the team with 39 drawn ejections while tallying 44 steals and 17 assists.
Castillo named honorable mention all-america
Ian hernandez named Second team all-sciac
Hernandez emerged as one of the best netminders in the league, tallying 277 saves on the season. The sophomore also gave out 13 assists and drew two ejections.