Bell honored by the NAIA again

Torres named Cal Pac women's soccer Player of the Year

Menlo College senior running back Payton Bell was named NAIA Independent Offensive Player of the Week on Tuesday.

Bell rushed for a school-record 325 yards on 42 carries (a 7.7 average) with five touchdowns to lead Menlo to a 44-42 home win over NCAA Division III Pacific (Oregon).

Bell's rushing scores came from 24, 43, 8, 7, and 90 yards, the last giving Menlo a 42-28 fourth-quarter lead.

Women's soccer

Menlo College junior Amanda Torres was named Cal Pac Conference Player of the Year on Monday.

Oaks' sophomore Megan McKee was named Defender of the Year, and junior Christian Ruiz was voted into the all-Cal Pac first team. Junior Elizabeth Castaneda was named to the second team.

Men's soccer

Sacred Heart Prep grad Alex Vukic was named first team all-Cal Pac Conference. Menlo College's junior forward was joined by junior midfielder Sam Zipperstein.

Hugo Conchas, Carlos Ramirez and Daniel Schwartz were named to the second team.

Women's basketball

Menlo College senior Monique Ayers-Calvello earned Cal Pac Conference Player of the Week honors afgter recording a double-double in a win over Southern Oregon last week.

Ayers-Calvello scored 30 points and had 13 rebounds, four assists and two steals in the Oaks' 84-74 win on Friday in Atherton.

— PA Weekly Online Sports


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