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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:    JUNE 21, 2011
FURTHER INFORMATION:       STACY ARMSTRONG (626) 857-4082


Citrus College Names 2011 Male and Female Athletes of the Year
Photos by Roy LaBomme

 

Lateef McMullan 

Star Athlete:  Covina resident Lateef McMullan was recently named the 2011 Citrus College Male Athlete of the Year at the Citrus College Academic Achievement Awards.  McMullan helped take the Citrus College Men’s Basketball Team to the California Community College Athletic Association (CCCAA) State Championship game this past season, averaging 16.3 points and 4.2 assists per game.  As a result, he earned first team All-Western State Conference South honors and first team All-State honors.  McMullan will transfer to Division I Portland State University in the fall.  From Left to Right:  Citrus College’s Head Men’s Basketball Coach Chris Victor and 2011 Citrus College Male Athlete of the Year Lateef McMullan.

 

Annette Diaz

Softball Success:  Covina resident Annette Diaz was one of two students recently named the 2011 Citrus College Female Athlete of the Year at the Citrus College Academic Achievement Awards.   Diaz spent the last two seasons helping the Citrus College Softball Team receive back to back California Community College Athletic Association (CCCAA) playoff appearances.  She was named the Western State Conference Blue’s Player of the Year and earned first team All-State honors.  Diaz graduated from Citrus College in June and plans to transfer to a four-year college or university.  Citrus College’s Head Softball  Coach Jackie Boxley (right) and 2011 Citrus College Female Athlete of the Year Annette Diaz (left).

 

Ariel Marsh

 

Basketball Star:  Chino Hills resident Ariel Marsh was one of two students recently named the 2011 Citrus College Female Athlete of the Year at the Citrus College Academic Achievement Awards.   The 2010-2011 basketball season was Marsh’s first at Citrus College, but she averaged 21.6 points per game, which was the team high.  She also shot 42.1 percent from the floor, 40.2 percent beyond the three point arc, and 82 percent from the charity stripe. Marsh will transfer to Cal Poly Pomona in the fall.  From Left to Right:  Citrus College’s Head Women’s Basketball Coach Tamara McDonald and 2011 Citrus College Female Athlete of the Year Arial Marsh.

 

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:    JUNE 21, 2011
FURTHER INFORMATION:       STACY ARMSTRONG (626) 857-4082

 
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