Northridge, Calif. – Not only did the Cal State Northridge women's water polo team enjoy success in the pool (23 wins, a #14 national ranking), but the Matadors also displayed excellence in the classrom.
Seven players have been named to the 2013 Big West All-Academic team. To be eligible for the All-Academic team, student-athletes have to maintain a 3.2 cumulative grade point average, have attained a sophomore standing academically and competed in at least 50 percent of their team's contests.
During the 2013 season, Davis was a sophomore in Health Sciences, Doll was a junior in Mathematics, Henehan was a junior in Sociology, Janke was a senior in Sociology, Kammer was a sophomore in Kinesiology, Nelson was a junior in Kinesiology, and Young was a sophomore in Marine Biology.
Janke was a named a Big West All-Academic selection for a third time.
Doll, Henehan, and Nelson was named a Big West All-Academic selection for a second time.
The All-American All-Academic team will be announced later this summer.
In the pool, six (Melissa Doll, Molly Henehan, Leah Janke, Katie Kammer, Lindsy Nelson, Marina Young) accounted for 224 of the team's 351 goals. With the exception of Janke, who graduated in June, the six remaining players return in 2014.
Davis collected 289 saves as the team's starting goalkeeper.