TOP HONORS ...Menlo College freshman Edin Ibrahimovic, who led the Oaks to the championship match of the Golden State Athletic Conference tournament, became the first Menlo men's volleyball player to be named to the NAIA/AVCA All-America team. Ibrahimovic, from Bosnia-Herzegovina, finished among the top in several NAIA categories. He ranked third in kills per set (4.91) and seventh in total kills (344), both totals topping the GSAC. His hitting percentage of .321 led all Oaks' outside hitters. Ibrahimovic was at his best late in the season, leading Menlo to its best season yet. He was named GSAC Attacker of the Week a conference-high five times. Ibrahimovic earned all-conference recognition as was named Freshman of the Year . . . Stanford sophomore Aria Fischer was named Mountain Pacific Sports Federation/Kap7 Women's Water Polo Player of the Week for the second time this season. Fischer scored a career-high five goals to lead top-ranked Stanford to its third consecutive one-goal victory, a 13-12 decision at No. 4 Cal . . . Senior defender Julia Massaro and sophomore attack Ali Baiocco won the Pac-12 Lacrosse Defensive and Offensive Player of the Week honors, respectively. This is the third career Pac-12 Defensive Player of the Week accolade for Massaro, who obliterated the school record with 18 draw controls in an 18-12 win over Oregon on Sunday. This is also the third career Pac-12 Offensive Player of the Week honor for Baiocco and the second this year (March 4). Baiocco finished the weekend with nine goals, five assists and 14 points.
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