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Updates on former Tiger standouts

Staff Reports

Jeff Nady, Rfr., OL, Nevada: Nady saw playing time in a 63-20 win over New Mexico State Saturday.

Parker Robertson, fr., OL, Utah State: Red-shirting. The Aggies lost 52-21 to Boise State.

Billy Coats, fr., LS, Navy: Bye week. Navy will travel to Hawaii this Saturday.

Jake Peterson, sr., DL, Pennsylvania: The Quakers moved up to No. 21 in the FCS division rankings with a convincing 34-0 win over Cornell, which also clinched the Ivy League title. Peterson saw playing time in the game.

Brent Koontz, soph., FB, Southern Oregon: Season over. Koontz had three catches for 36 yards on the year.

Davey Fisher, fr., WR, Pacific Lutheran: Season over.

Morgan LeFever, soph., M, Academy of Art: Season over. LeFever had one goal and one assist in 15 games started.

Kyle Mannschreck, jr., D/M, Academy of Art: Season over. Mannschreck had one goal and one assist in 18 games played.

Ally Freitas, fr., F, San Francisco State: Season over. Freitas finished the year with one goal in 15 starts.

Danyelle Heidt, M, Biola: Season over. Biola finished the year 6-6-3 overall.

Chris Aguilar, jr., GK, Holy Names: Season over. 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: Stats not available.

Jose Alcaraz, soph., D/GK, Feather River: Stats not available.

Oscar Gonzalez, soph., D: Stats not available.

Monica Knight, sr., Hofstra: Knight garnered second-team All-Colonial Athletic Association honors for her play during the regular season. She led the team with 472 kills and was second on the team with 393 digs. Her kill total was the eighth-highest in school history. She finished her career at Hofstra with 894 kills and 890 digs. Her 29 kills against Virginia Commonwealth in late October ranked as the highest total for a player at the school in the rally-score era.

Colleen Carlson, jr., San Diego: Carlson has 130 kills on the year with 15 assists, seven aces, 52 digs and 32 blocks. The Torreros are awaiting word on whether or not they’ll be playing in the NCAA Tournament next week.

Lauren Kelly, sr., Nevada: Nevada swept Louisiana Tech and lost 3-1 to Utah State. Kelly has 50 digs on the year to go with 13 aces.

Whitney Estes, sr., Grand Canyon: Season over. Estes finished the year with 216 kills, 14 assists, six aces, 32 digs and 67 blocks.

Cayla Knapp, sr., Arkansas-Monticello: Season over. 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: Tufts won the NCAA Division III Regional Championship to advance to the Elite Eight in Ohio. Joyce-Mendive had 14 kills in the regional final against Williams College and was named the Most Outstanding Player of the tournament. She leads the team with 449 kills this year.

Melissa Brown, fr., UMass-Boston: Season over. Brown had 14 kills on the year, nine aces and nine digs.

Taryn Williams, fr., California Lutheran: Season over. Williams played in three matches during the year and had 12 kills and nine digs.

Megan Mitchell, fr., Lees-McRae: The Bobcats saw their season come to an end in the first round of the NCAA Division II Southeast Regional with a 3-2 loss to Flagler. Mitchell had 47 assists in the match to go with nine digs.

Mary Lombino, soph., Golden West College: Stats not available.

Alex Risko, soph., Golden West College: Stats not available.

Nico Barker, fr., Montana State Northern: Did not wrestle in a 35-9 loss to Great Falls.

Shane Miller, jr., Mesa State: Miller took fifth in the 197-pound class at the Old Chicago Northern Colorado Open over the weekend.

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

Keith Olson, jr., F, Nevada: Nevada lost to UNLV 88-75 and beat Houston 112-99.

Jessica Waggoner, fr., F, West Point Prep: West Point Prep beat Camden 57-40. Waggoner led the Black Knights with her second-consecutive double-double, tallying 19 points and 12 rebounds.

James McLaughlin, fr., G, Sonoma State: Red-shirting. The Seawolves lost to Hawaii Pacific 77-76 and to Concordia-Irvine 89-62. McLaughlin did not play in either game.

Nick Lonnegren, sr., G, Chico State: No games last week.

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