Domenichelli, Sisterson named best in WSC
SBCC WOMENS SOCCER
By Dave Loveton, sports information
Monday, Nov. 14, 2011
Jessica Domenichelli John Sisterson
Domenichelli is MVP of WSC
Sisterson named Coach of Year;
Nine others make All-WSC
After a record-breaking season, SBCC forward Jessica Domenichelli was voted MVP of
the WSC North on Monday in a vote of conference coaches.
The sophomore from El Dorado Hills broke her own school record with 27 goals, the second-highest total in the state. She had four straight hat tricks at the end of October and led the WSC in scoring with 64 points, 12 more than the runner-up.
John Sisterson was named Coach of the Year, after guiding the Vaquero women to their first conference title. SBCC, ranked No. 3 in the state with a 16-2 record, shared the WSC crown with Ventura at 11-1. Sisterson was also voted WSC men's Coach of the Year.
Nine other Vaqueros made all-conference.
Katie Voss, the No. 7 scorer in California with 14 goals and a school-record 16 assists, was a first-team choice, along with midfielder Jenna Rubin and defenders Morgan Crumpley and Sara Tomas.
Second-team choices included Ali Raack, Nicole Payne, Jo Lawlor and goalie Cheyenne Rodriguez. The Vaqueros had the No. 4 offense (70 goals) and No. 5 defense (10 goals) in Southern California.
Goalkeeper Hannah Zech was an honorable mention selection.
The Vaqueros will host a first-round South Regional playoff match on Saturday.