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Woods leads Raiders to season-opening volleyball win

Jessica Woods’ senior volleyball season at Wright State University is off to a successful start.

Woods, a former all-state player from Whittell High School, had 11 kills, 12 digs and two service aces in the Raiders’ 25-23, 25-21, 25-16 victory against North Florida on Friday at the Georgia State Invitational.

Woods delivered three kills late in game two as Wight State rallied for the four-point win.

Wright State winds up the two-day tournament Saturday with matches against Morehead State and Georgia State.

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College athletes from the South Shore

EDITOR’S NOTE: If there is an athlete missing from this list, please contact Tribune Sports Editor Steve Yingling at (530) 542-8010 or e-mail him at syingling@tahoedailytribune.com.



Willy Ervin, Marietta, Ohio

Noble Lau, LaVerne

Roberto Concha-Foley, Cabrillo JC

Kyle Jones, Southern Oregon

Garrett Tinlin, Malone, Canton, Ohio

Thomas Eidam, Greenville College, Ill.

Cody Nelson, Santa Rosa JC

Rio Delucia, Mesa College


Jordan Reeder, Cornell

Jessica Woods, Wright State, story senior year

Hillary Santana, Swarthmore College

Rachel Kaufer, Webster University in St. Louis

Cross Country

Kate Lambdin, San Jose State

Kelsey Smith, UCLA

Kimmy Arroues, Biola

Matt Arroues, Biola

Erich Baumann, Butte


Hannah Daly, North Carolina

Allison Kern, Sonoma State

Corey Volkmar, Cal Lutheran

Karli Vath, Northwest Christian University


Alexis Holmes, Occidental



Vince Capellino, San Francisco State

Tess Braun, Santa Cruz

Isabel Concha-Foley, Cabrillo JC

Ricky Braun, Santa Barbara City College

Alexis Holmes, Occidental

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