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2006 Archive

Aguilar to play for S.D. Christian

(3/20) Grossmont outside hitter Sarah Aguilar has signed a full athletic scholarship to play for San Diego Christian College next season head coach Jamie Ivers announced.

The Hawks compete in the NAIA Division I, and the Golden State Athletic Conference. They also appeared in the NCCAA National Tournament in 2002 and 2003.

2006 PCC Standings

Team Conf. Overall
S.D. Mesa
S.D. City
Imperial Valley

Griffins show charitable side

(10/29) On October first the Grossmont College women's volleyball team took time out of their schedules to participate in AIDS walk 2006.

The successful walk and 5K run raised over a half a million dollars for the charity.

All of Grossmont's players were involved in the event including head coach Jamie Ivers.
The charity event proved to be a bonding experience for the players and will surely be a yearly tradition.AIDS walk 2006

All-PCC Teams Announced

Player of the Year -- Shannon Pugh, San Diego Mesa
Coach of the Year -- Kim Lester, San Diego Mesa

First Team
Shannon Pugh, San Diego Mesa
Rayna Richardson, San Diego Mesa
Kristin Wolfe, Cuyamaca
MiSuk Lee, Imperial Valley
Jessica La Scola, San Diego Mesa
Sierra Clark, Palomar
Sarah Strange, Cuyamaca
Kelly Kaiser, San Diego City

Second Team
Alyssa Factuar, San Diego Mesa
Sarah Aguilar, Grossmont
Jessica Milligan, Cuyamaca
Jessica Parks, Palomar
Candice Bixler, San Diego Mesa
Leah Tourney, Grossmont
Tiffany Dunn, Palomar
Sarah Gawalis, Southwestern

Honorable Mention
Tahnee Cadiz, Southwestern; Allison Dedonato, San Diego City;
Nicole Deneke, Palomar; P.J. Enders, Imperial Valley; Melissa Hernandez,
Imperial Valley; Blanca Patino, Imperial Valley; Kristina Petty, San Diego
Mesa; Jessica Reed, Palomar; Leah Trask, Grossmont; Stephanie Whitmoyer,

Aguilar honored

(10/24) Sara Aguilar, a freshman outside hitter from Santana High School, notched 30 kills in the Griffins' 27-30, 30-22, 30-27, 30-28 loss to Imperial Valley.

Updated Stats and standings

Click here to download the latest stats and standings for the PCC.

Griffs beat Southwestern

(10/8) Grossmont beat Southwestern on Friday, 3-0. Sara Aguilar was the kill leader with 16 and 2 errors, followed by Leah Tourney with 6 kills and 0 errors.

(10/7) Grossmont's Leah Tourney was named to the All-Tournament Team for the City College Tournament held September 30th.

Grossmont women down Saddleback

(9/27) The Griffins won on the road Wednesday, beating Saddleback in four games (31-29, 23-30, 30-28, 30-23.)Leah Tourney paced the offense with 13 kills and only 2 errors, while Leah Trask chipped in with 13 kills, and Sarah Aguilar had 12 kills. Kasha Figueroa was the dig leader with 26 digs. The win lifts Grossmont to 2-4 on the season.

Griffins Split at Santa Monica

(9/20) Santa Monica- The Griffins split a pair of matches at the Santa Monica Invitational on Saturday (9/16). Grossmont beat Santa Monica 30-20, 30-13, 30-24. Leah Tourney paced the Griffs with 14 kills and Kasha Fugeroa registered 37 digs. Grossmont lost to Moorepark in four games: 28-30, 25-30, 30-23, 20-30. Leah Trask again led Grossmont with 18 kills and Kasha again led the Griffins with 30 digs.

Jamie Ivers named head coach

Women defeat Southwestern

Photo by Jim White

(5/16) New Grossmont College women's volleyball coach Jamie Ivers comes to the Griffins with over 10 years of volleyball experience. Ivers earned her Bachelors Degree in Kinesiology from CSU Fullerton in 2001. She is currently finishing a second Masters Degree in Physical Education with Azusa Pacific University. She already has an M.A. from National University in Cross-Cultural Teaching.
Ivers most recently was an assistant coach for both the men's and women's programs at Mesa College. The Olympians women's team were undefeated PCC Champs in 2004-05.

Ivers coaching experience also includes a year as an assistant at Division I Idaho State University during the 2003-04 season. Prior to that she was an assistant for Division II Adams College in Alamosa, Colorado.

Ivers has also served as an instructor at Adams and Idaho State in Physical Education.

Contact Coach Ivers
Phone: (619) 644-7410

Last Updated: 02/03/2015
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