Four earn PacWest honours

Two former players from Langley Christian and two more from Langley Fundamental make respective all-star squads

Four former Langley volleyball stars have earned all-star accolades.

University of the Fraser Valley’s Isaiah Dahl and Joel Kleingeltink — who attended Langley Christian — and Douglas College’s Carson Heppell were honoured as PacWest Conference second team all-stars last week.

And Columbia Bible College’s Ryan Newman was named to the conference all-rookie team.

Newman and Heppell both attended Langley Fundamental.

Kleingeltink is a fourth-year outside hitter for the Cascades and he finished third in the league in both total offence (4.05 points per set) and kills (3.35/set).

Dahl, a second-year libero, led the conference in digs per set (3.69) and was tied for first in total digs (277) despite missing four matches.

Heppell, a second-year outside hitter for the Royals, had 2.67 kills per set and 3.48 points per set.

Newman had 3.41 points per set and 2.77 kills per set.


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