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The American Volleyball Coaches Association has named Dave Baty as West Region Coach of the Year.
As the head coach of the Timberwolves, Dave Baty has set new records at Blue Mountain Community College. Named the NWAACC Coach of the Year and producing the NWAACC Most Valuable Player, along with three athletes on the All-Tournament First-Team, Baty clinched the programs’ first-ever NWAACC Volleyball Championship while only making four tournament appearances in the program’s history. Baty lead the Timberwolves to an unforgettable season with an overall record of 43-6, putting Blue Mountain at the top of their conference. This is the first time Baty has been named the AVCA Two-Year College West Region Coach of the Year.
BMCC's 2013 Timberwolves Volleyball Team
Left to right: MacKenzie Fancher, Piper Cantrell, Courtney Klein, Kensey Mix, Crystal Schmidt, Ambrea Cuellar, Kendra De Hoog, Sierra Linke, Abbie Pennecard, Jenna Park and Samantha Odren.
Timberwolves Volleyball News:
BMCC Timberwolves claimed first place at the 2013 Spokane Tournament which featured 12 teams (Big Bend, Bellevue, BMCC, Columbia Basin, Spokane, Chemeketa, Clackamas, Highline, Linn Benton, Mt. Hood, Wenatchee Valley, Walla Walla). The Timberwolves went 5-0 at the tournament losing only a single set in their five matches.
All Tournament Selections included:
Piper Cantrell, Kendra De Hoog and Sam Odren
Week six NWAACC Players of the Week were announced and Sierra Linke has been named Offensive Player of the week. Congratulations to Sierra! Blue Mountain (29-1, 9-0 East Region) have only three home games left this season, Nov. 1, 2 & 8.
Dave Baty 541-278-5910 or 541-377-9639 (cell)
Head Volleyball Coach