SCU athletes receive national recognition

Senior volleyball player Cassie Perret was named the Sports Imports/AVCA National Player of the Week in September after she led the Broncos to a sparkling 6-0 record to start the season. The Menlo Park native was also named the Most Valuable Player in the Bronco Invitational and was the West Coast Conference Player of the Week after her offensive prowess powered Santa Clara to the tournament title.

Men’s soccer junior Keith DeVey started off the season with a bang as he earned WCC Player of the Week honors in each of the two opening weeks. The Kula, Hawaii, native scored the game-winning goals against UCLA and Fullerton, then added an assist against Maryland and two goals against Georgetown.

Women’s soccer coach Jerry Smith moved sophomore Jordan Angeli from the defensive midfield position to a new spot at forward, and she immediately made an impact. She scored both goals in SCU’s win over Notre Dame and was named the WCC Player of the Week as well as several national teams of the week

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