Wichita, Kan. – The Kansas Collegiate Athletic Conference has released the 2011 Volleyball All-Conference Awards. Sterling's Sara Steria was named to the All-KCAC First Team, highlighting the group of five Lady Warriors who received All-KCAC awards. Adriana Gonzalez was named All-KCAC Second Team while Ciara Ramos, Caitlin Magee, and Mamaiataloa Fiaseu were named All-KCAC Honorable Mention.
Wichita, Kan. – The Kansas Collegiate Athletic Conference has named Sterling College’s Adriana Gonzalez KCAC Setter of the Week. Gonzalez earns Setter of the Week after compiling 112 assists, averaging 11.2 per game. The Junior Setter also provided the Warriors with 16 digs during the 2 matches played this week. Sterling went 1 and 1 on the week, dropping the match at Friends University and winning at home against Kansas Wesleyan.
Sterling, Kan. – In the Gleason Center on Tuesday night, the Sterling College Lady Warrior volleyball team nearly upset raining KCAC Champion Friends University in five sets. Sterling would take the first set, lose sets two and three, battle back to take set four, and narrowly miss a comeback in set five. Friends would be able to pull out the game, but Sterling can take away a lot of positivity from the match.
Sterling, Kan. – In the final match of the Sterling Invitational, the Sterling College Lady Warrior Volleyball Team completed a sweep of the tournament by winning in three sets over Johnson and Wales University of Denver. In the tournament, the Lady Warriors won every set that they played and have only lost one set on the season.
Sara Steria recorded a double-double in the match, killing the ball 11 times while digging the ball 10 times. Steria had a big tournament for SC and led the Lady Warriors offensively in the tournament.
Sterling, Kan. – Early Saturday morning, the Sterling College Lady Warrior Volleyball Team continued their dominance in the Sterling Invitational at the Gleason Center with a three set victory of the Crusaders from Dallas Christian College.
The Lady Warriors were more than a few steps ahead of the Crusaders in talent and skill, meaning playing time for the SC bench. Seventeen different Lady Warriors saw the court in the match.