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Updates on former Douglas High standouts

Staff Reports

Jeff Nady, Rfr., OL, Nevada: Nevada beat Fresno State 52-14.

Parker Robertson, fr., OL, Utah State: Red-shirting. The Aggies beat San Jose State 24-9 last week.

Billy Coats, fr., LS, Navy: Navy beat Delaware 35-18 last week.

Jake Peterson, sr., DL, Pennsylvania: Penn beat Harvard 17-7 last week to improve to 7-2 on the year. The Quakers are currently ranked in the top 25 nationally in the FCS division.

Brent Koontz, soph., FB, Southern Oregon: The Raiders put a scare into NCAA Division I North Dakota, leading 17-3 before the Fighting Sioux came back to win 30-24. Koontz had one carry for three yards.

Davey Fisher, fr., WR, Pacific Lutheran: The Lutes fell 62-44 to Linfield to close out the season.

Morgan LeFever, soph., M, Academy of Art: The Urban Knights fell 4-1 to Grand Canyon in the final game of the year. LeFever had one goal and one assist in 15 games started.

Kyle Mannschreck, jr., D/M, Academy of Art: The Urban Knights closed out their season with a 5-0 loss to Grand Canyon. Mannschreck had one goal and one assist in 18 games played.

Ally Freitas, fr., F, San Francisco State: The Gators fell 1-0 to Cal State Stanislaus in the season finale. Freitas finished the year with one goal in 15 starts.

Danyelle Heidt, M, Biola: Heidt missed the season with a knee injury. Biola finished the year 6-6-3 overall.

Chris Aguilar, jr., GK, Holy Names: The Hawks went 13-3-2 on the year.

Lisa Christen, soph., M, American River: Stats not available.

Krista Anderson, soph., M, American River: Stats not available.

Samantha Ensminger, soph., D, Feather River: Beat Butte 2-0.

Jose Alcaraz, soph., D/GK, Feather River: Beat Butte 1-0.

Oscar Gonzalez, soph., D: Beat Butte 1-0

Monica Knight, sr., Hofstra: Hofstra beat Towson 3-1 last week and lost to Delware 3-2. Knight leads the team in kills with 472 and has 38 assists, 32 acs, 393 digs and 30 blocks. The Pride is 13-19 overall and 7-7 in conference play.

Colleen Carlson, jr., San Diego: San Diego Suffered back-to-back losses to San Francisco and St. Mary’s last week.

Lauren Kelly, sr., Nevada: Nevada beat Fresno State and Louisiana Tech while losing to New Mexico State last week. Kelly has 45 digs on the year to go with 12 aces.

Whitney Estes, sr., Grand Canyon: Grand Canyon closed out the year on a nine-game win streak, beating Dominican 3-0. Estes finished the year with 216 kills, 14 assists, six aces, 32 digs and 67 blocks.

Cayla Knapp, sr., Arkansas-Monticello: The team lost to North Alabama 3-1 to close out the year. Knapp tied for the team lead in kills with 250, had 111 digs, 41 ces, 13 assists and 75 blocks. She earned first-team All-Gulf South Conference honors as well.

Dawson Joyce-Mendive, jr., Tufts: Joyce-Mendive earned American Volleyball Coaches Association first-team All-New England honors for her play during the year. Tufts is the No. 1 seed heading into the NCAA Division III Championships with a 29-4 record on the year. Joyce-Mendive leads the team with 431 kills, 100 digs and 37 blocks.

Melissa Brown, fr., UMass-Boston: The Beacons lost to Williams College 3-1 to complete the year. Brown had 14 kills on the year, nine aces and nine digs.

Taryn Williams, fr., California Lutheran: The Regals lost in the NCAA West Regionals 3-2 to Colorado College. Williams played in three matches during the year and had 12 kills and nine digs.

Megan Mitchell, fr., Lees-McRae: Mitchell started most of the season and helped lead the Bobcats to a conference title with a 29-5 record overall. They will play in the NCAA Division II Tournament starting Friday. Mitchell earned second-team all-conference honors and is ranked in the top 50 in the country for assists per game.

Mary Lombino, soph., Golden West College: Golden West is coming off losses to Orange Coast, Riverside and Fullerton.

Alex Risko, soph., Golden West College: Golden West is coming off losses to Orange Coast, Riverside and Fullerton.

Nico Barker, fr., Montana State Northern: The Northern Lights take on Northwest College in Wyoming today.

Shane Miller, jr., Mesa State: Miller went 1-2 in the Elite 197 bracket at the Cowboy Open.

Tony Ferris, soph., Lassen: Stats not available.

Keith Olson, jr., F, Nevada: Did not play in wins over Chico State and Montana State due to transfer eligibilty rules. He’ll be eligible for his first game in mid-December at home against Wagner.

Jessica Waggoner, fr., F, West Point Prep: West Point Prep lost to Passaic 54-51 earlier this month.

James McLaughlin, fr., G, Sonoma State: The Seawolves lost to Stanford and UC Santa Barbara in exhibition play.

Nick Lonnegren, sr., G, Chico State: Chico lost to Nevada 90-63 in an exhibition game last week.

Nick Cohee, soph., Utah: Season opens Jan. 11 with the Utah Invitational.