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By Victor Munoz
Sports Editor

The California Collegiate Athletic Association all-conference fall awards have been announced and three Toros have been honored: Ruth Maria-Soto for women’s soccer; Tati Yandall for women’s volleyball; and D’morea Alewine for men’s soccer.

Sophomore goalkeeper Soto was named to the All-CCAA Second Team, her second and All-CCAA award. Her freshman year she was an honorable mention selection. Soto played every minute of conference play and a total of 1953 minutes overall. She registered three clean sheets and one combined shutout. She also tallied a conference-best 103 saves with a 0.9 goals-against average.

“I don’t care what anyone says we have the best goalkeeper in the league,” said women’s soccer head coach Marine Cano.

For women’s volleyball, outside hitter Tati Yandall repeats as All-CCAA second-team selection. The junior finished fourth in conference kills with a total of 331. She surpassed the 20-kill mark four times and set a career high of 25. Yandall was an offensive machine for the Toros this season.

And for the men’s soccer team, D’Morea Alewine claims his second All-CCAA Second Team award. He started every game this season for a team-high 1603 minutes. Alewine registered one goal and two assist this season. Alewine was the backbone of the CSUDH men’s soccer team.

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