Athletes from various sports named to All-WAC teams


Morgan Engel

Junior Taleia McCrae tees off during the Hays Invitational during the golf season. McCrae was named to the All-WAC First Team and was also named Player of the Year.

With the fall sports season ending, the All-League teams were announced for the Western Athletic Conference. The results are as listed below.

Volleyball –

Senior Brooklyn Schaffer – All-WAC Second Team (put the rest in this format/capitalization)

Football –

Junior Jordan Dale QB – All-WAC First Team Offense

Junior Dylan Dreiling RB – All-WAC First Team Offense

Junior Jaren Kanak WR/RB – All-WAC First Team Offense

Junior Gavin Nutting OL – All-WAC First Team Offense

Senior Trey Adams DL – All-WAC First Team Defense

Senior Gaven Haselhorst DL – All-WAC First Team Defense

Senior Tucker Veach DB – All-WAC First Team Defense

Junior Gavin Meyers LB – All-WAC First Team Defense

Dale was named WAC Offensive Player of the Year, Haselhorst was named Defensive Player of the year and coach Tony Crough was named WAC Coach of the Year.


Senior Cesar Macias- All-WAC First Team

Sophomore Diego Muller- All-WAC First Team

Freshman Brantlee Stabb – All-WAC Second Team

Girls Golf-

Senior Sophia Garrison (63) – All-WAC First Team

Senior Sierra Smith (23.5) – All-WAC Second Team

Junior Taleia McCrae (73)- All-WAC First Team

Sophomore Katie Dinkel (52.5) – All-WAC First Team

Freshman Abbie Norris (34.5) – All-WAC Second Team

McCrae was named WAC Player of the Year, and coach Mark Watts was named WAC Coach of the Year.

“Making All-WAC First Team and Player of the Year was an amazing accomplishment for me as an individual this year,” McCrae said. “Putting in the work and seeing the outcome of what you put in through the off season is an amazing feeling. I I’m proud of the way the season went as an individual and the team.”

Cross Country-

Freshman Arely Maldonado – All-WAC Second Team