Kaitlan and Kelleen Sera make RMAC All-Academic first team
Kaitlan and Kelleen Sera, twin sisters from Lahaina, Hawaii, were selected to the RMAC All-Academic women’s tennis first team, two of five women’s players to be honored for their work in the classroom and tennis court.
The Seras are both majoring in nursing. Skyler Nelson, a junior from Bend, Ore., majoring in environmental science, made the second team, and Leah Campbell, a sophomore from Littleton, and Nicole Lessley, a junior from Canyon Lake, Calif., made the honor roll.
Andres Hernandez, a junior from Valencia, Venezuela, made the men’s second team. Hernandez is majoring in mechanical engineering.
The CMU women’s team won its regional playoff match Sunday to advance to the NCAA Division II Sweet 16 beginning May 16 in Louisville, Ky.
Zach Weaver made eight saves against Adams State last week in goal for the Colorado Mesa men’s lacrosse team in its league-title clinching victory and was selected the WILA defensive player of the week.
Mesa’s 8-6 win over the Grizzlies allowed the Mavericks to tie for the Western Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association title with Dominican, with the Mavs winning the title on the second tiebreaker, fewer goals allowed in league play.
Weaver, a freshman from San Diego, also had six ground balls in the win, which ended Mesa’s season at 9-4, 6-2 in WILA play.