Torrey Van Winden, a sophomore transfer, was named to the Nike Classic All-Tournament team for the Cal Poly-San Luis Obispo volleyball team. The squad was 2-1 during the event over the weekend.
Van Winden had 30 kills and 16 digs while hitting .348 for the match as Cal Poly concluded the tournament by beating No. 23 Wichita State, 3-2, in Eugene, Oregon on Saturday.
Van Winden’s sister, Adlee Van Winden, a junior outside hitter, recorded 22 kills and 19 digs for the Mustangs.
Torrey Van Winden had 18 kills and hit .425 as Cal Poly beat Duquesne, 3-0.
Cal Poly lost to Oregon, the host school, 3-0.
Torrey Van Winden had 12 kills and five digs. Adlee Van Winden had 11 kills and six digs.
Both Torrey and Adlee are Vintage High School graduates and are from Napa.
The Pacific Union College volleyball team lost its nonconference match last week to host Menlo College, 3-1, in Atherton. The scores were 23-25, 25-18, 25-19, 25-17.
The Pioneers (0-2 overall) were led by Lauren Purdom with 16 kills, 15 digs, two block assists and 18 points; Amanda Loeffler with 11 kills, 11 digs and 11 points, and Hannah Clarke with 32 set assists and 10 digs.
Other contributions came from Chace Rogers (three service aces, 16 digs, three points), Morgan Spencer (four kills, nine digs, five points), Kristen Murray (three kills, two block assists, five points), and Karisa Carlson (four kills, 5.5 points).
The Pacific Union College men’s soccer team lost its nonconference match at home last week to William Jessup University (Rocklin), 5-0, in Angwin.
Tyler Cravy is 6-5 with a 6.24 earned run average in 42 games (all relief appearances) for the Colorado Springs Sky Sox. They are the Triple A-Pacific Coast League affiliate of the Milwaukee Brewers.
Cravy was a standout at Napa Valley College.
The Colorado Springs Sky Sox won the PCL American Northern Division for the first time in team history. The Sky Sox also clinched their first postseason berth in 20 years.
Colorado advanced to play the Memphis Redbirds, the American Southern Division champions, in a best-of-five series.