CLEVELAND -- The National Association of Collegiate Directors of Athletics (NACDA) recently announced the 28 winners of the Under Armour AD of the Year Award (ADOY), including Taft College athletic director and women’s volleyball head coach Kanoe Bandy.
Reedley at 13-2 is off to the best start among Central Valley Conference teams. Last week, Merced and Cerro Coso got off to conference play early as the Blue Devils took the doubleheader to move to 2-0 in the CVC.
The CVC will be represented by three teams in the regional playoffs. Fresno City (25-3) earned the conference’s top seed at No. 2. Sequoias (20-8) was named the No. 5 seed and Columbia (21-7) checks in at the No. 10. Two wins are needed to advance to the CCCAA State Championships on March 14-17 at Ventura College.
The CVC will be represented by four teams in the regional playoffs. Merced (26-3) earned the conference’s top seed at No. 2. Co-champion Sequoias was named the No. 4 seed, Fresno City (18-11) checks in at No. 12, and Reedley (15-12) avoids a play-in game as a No. 14 seed.
Approaching the midway point of the CVC schedule, Merced leads the conference standings at 5-0. The Blue Devils are currently riding a 15-game winning streak, including a decisive 90-70 victory over Sequoias in a first-place battle.
At the halfway point of the conference schedule, Fresno City resides on top of the standings with a perfect 8-0 CVC record and has won 15 straight games. Porterville nearly snapped that streak, pushing FCC to a narrow 81-80 win on Jan. 19.
American River rallied to defeat Fresno City in a dramatic five sets, 25-18, 23-25, 17-25, 26-24, 15-8, in what was also the first state final meeting of two North teams in the 42-year history of the tournament.
Fresno City captured its 12th consecutive Central Valley Conference championship (2007-2018) after closing out the regular season with an 18-0 CVC record. The Rams have now won 112 straight CVC matches. Merced was second at 15-3 followed by Sequoias in third with a 14-4 mark.
With an 11-1-0 conference record, Fresno City captured its third consecutive Central Valley Conference championship. Clovis was right behind in second at 9-2-1 with Taft finishing third with an 8-3-1 mark.
Thanks to five top-10 finishes, College of the Sequoias captured the men’s team championship, while Clovis Community College earned the women’s team title at the 2018 Central Valley Conference Championships.
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