Aley Rohde and Alyssa Anderson both receive MW Scholar-Athlete recognition.
Two programs reach double-digits; women's basketball has a program-best eight named to semester squad.
Three programs reach double-digits, men's golf leads league in honorees.
Check out this week's blog from Las Vegas native Diamond Major.
A hard worker that is a strong on-the-ball defender ... Runs the court very well and is a very smart player.
(2013-14 - Freshman): Made 11 appearances for the Lady Rebels in her first year in Las Vegas ... Totaled nine points, 10 rebounds, five blocks and four steals ... Scored first career point against San Jose State (1/28) ... Notched four points twice, while grabbing a career-high four rebounds at Colorado State (2/26).
Played for three seasons for Bishop Gorman HS in Las Vegas before transferring to Las Vegas High for her senior season ... Ranked as the No. 56 player at his position by ESPN HoopGurlz ... Was a three-year starter for the Gales, who were state championships her sophomore year, while also picking up two district titles and a conference championships over thre three seasons ... Named first-team all-state as a junior, was a second-team selection her sophomore season ... Earned team Defensive Player of the Year honors as a junior, Coaches' Award as a sophomore ... Spent three years on the Vegas Elite club team in Las Vegas.
Diamond D. Major ... Born on Nov. 10, 1994, in Las Vegas ... Daughter of Derek and Yvette Major ... Has three brothers, Jereise (25), Marquan (21) and her twin Juwan (19) ... Marquan was a wide receiver on the University of Idaho football team, while Juwan is a sophomore on the Southern Utah men's basketball squad ... Majoring in criminal justice.
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