It was a productive week for Menlo College athletes, as three different athletes earned Player of the Week honors in their respective sport.
Jimmy Bosco earned his award for his role in leading the Oaks' baseball team to a 4-0 record over Corban University.
Bosco had seven hits on the weekend, including four home runs and a double.
Alyssa Holland continued the Oaks' dominance of softball honors, marking the third consecutive week Menlo has won the award.
Holland was 2-for-5 with a stolen base in the Oaks' doubleheader split with William Jessup.
James Walsh of the Menlo College golf team was also honored.
Walsh finished seventh in last week's Simpson University Invitational to earn Cal Pac Golfer of the week.
Solano College's Lainey Brown has signed to attend and play at Menlo College in the fall.
Brown led the Falcons in both digs and aces as a two-year starting Libero.
As a sophomore, Brown was a co-captain and helped lead her squad to post-season play.
In her freshman campaign, she broke the school record for digs in a match with 46, breaking the previous record of 35.
During her two-year tenure at Solano, Brown recorded 853 digs and 115 service aces in her impressive two-year career.
These marks earned her a place on the first-team All Bay Valley Conference in 2011 and 2012 while also earning a spot on the Falcon Classic's All-Tournament team in both years.
"Lainey has impressed me with her court presence and ability to sacrifice her body for the ball," Menlo coach Atlee Hubbard said. "Her character and leadership will be a big asset to our program next year."