The Sierra College women’s basketball team, a member of the Big 8 Conference, is one of California’s premier programs. Since 1992, more than 50 players have moved on to four-year colleges. During that time, the Wolverines won the 1999 state championship, finished second in the state (2007), fourth in the state (2005), and have captured eight conference titles.
The Big 8 Conference is arguably the toughest conference in not only the North, but the entire state. Consistently teams from the Big 8 go on to represent the best of the best in the State playoffs. Student-athletes that are a part of the conference have the advantage of moving on based on the night in and night out competition that they compete against.
2017 All-CCAA, Cal State San Marcos
After getting All-CCAA Honorable Mention recognition last season, Jenkins earned her way onto the second team after averaging 11.3 points, 3.6 rebounds, 4.3 assists and 2.0 steals per game. Her 4.3 assists per game rank her third in the conference in that category. She finished sixth in steals. Jenkins had 20 points, five rebounds and eight assists in a 77-65 win at Chico State on Feb. 11. She was named the CCAA Player of the Week for the week of Nov. 28 - Dec. 4.
Photo by Bruce Sherwood
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