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2016
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The College of the Canyons women's volleyball team finished the season in second place in the Western State Conference (WSC), South Division after posting a 19-6 overall record under first year interim head coach Clay Timmons. That mark pushed the Cougars into the postseason for the fourth straight season. However, Canyons was eliminated by Cypress College in the opening round of the CCCAA Southern California Regional Playoffs. COC saw six freshman players earn All-WSC South Division honors. Opposite hitter Emily Burns and middle blocker Sam Nua were both named First Team selections, with setter Rachel Perez and setter/middle blocker Morgan Ferguson both named Second Team honorees. Defensive specialist/libero Liz Baker and Demi Dawson both earned Honorable Mention status.



2015
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The College of the Canyons women’s volleyball program had another championship season, as the Cougars won their third straight WSC, South Championship and swept through the playoffs en route to a school-best third place finish at the CCCAA Women’s Volleyball State Championship Tournament. The appearance at the state tourney was just the second in program history, and the first since 2007. Canyons finished the season 26-4 after going undefeated in conference play for the second straight season and racking up postseason victories against Ventura, Grossmont and No. 1 ranked Santa Barbara City College to advance to the championship round. Freshman outside hitter Emily Bible was named WSC Player of the Year, selected to 2015 CCCAA All-State Team and named an American Volleyball Coaches Association First Team All-American. Bible and freshman Alexa Hesseldenz were both named to the State Championship All-Tournament Team. Sophomore setter Katie Rutecki was named to the CCCAA All-Southern California Regional Team and was also an All-WSC First Team selection. Sophomores Brooke Garelick and Chelsea Corn were also named to the All-WSC First Team. Lisa Hooper was named WSC, South Coach of the Year for the third year in a row.

2014
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The COC women’s volleyball team finished the 2014 regular season with a 20-3 record, while going undefeated in conference play to clinch the Cougars’ second consecutive WSC, South title. The Cougars also won a school record 16 consecutive games to finish the regular season before drawing the eventual State Champions, Irvine Valley College, in the second round of the CCCAA Regional Playoffs. However, the impressive season turned in by COC did not go unnoticed as sophomore standout Serena LeDuff earned All-State Team honors and her second straight conference player of the year award to headline a class of eight Cougars named to the all-conference squad. Head coach Lisa Hooper was also named WSC South Coach of the Year for a second straight year.

2013
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The Cougars finished the season with a 21-4 record, a program best under head coach Lisa Hooper, after earning their first conference title since 2000. Canyons earned a No. 10 seed in the playoffs and upset its first-round opponent No. 7 Cypress, 3-1, but eventually fell to No. 2 Grossmont in the second round of the playoffs. Freshman outside hitter Serena LeDuff was named the Conference Player of the Year and All-Southern California. 

2012
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The College of the Canyons volleyball team completed the year with a 13-11 overall record and 7-5 conference record, to finish in fourth place in the Western State Conference, South. The Cougars had five all-conference honorees, including sophomore outside hitter Kelsea Hundtoft and freshman middle blocker Ashley Pagan who were named first-team all-conference. 

2011
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After finishing the season in third place in conference play, the COC volleyball earned a No. 12 seed in playoffs and traveled to No. 5 Golden West, but lost 3-0. Canyons had six players named all-conference. 

2010
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After struggling in the first part of the season, the College of the Canyons volleyball team hit its stride and produced wins in the conference schedule. The Cougars earned a bid into the playoffs as the No. 12 seed and were pitted against No. 5 Santa Barbara City College. The Vaqueros proved to have too much power for COC, and the Cougars lost in straight sets 25-14, 25-21, 25-21.

2009
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For the first time in four years, the Cougars did not make the playoffs. They finish with a 16-7 overall record and 10-2 Western State Conference, South Division, record. They finished in second place.

2008
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The Cougars fell short of another deep run into the playoffs like the 2007 season, but the Cougars did complete the Western State Conference season in second place with a 9-3 record. COC did earn a bid to the playoffs, only to meet up with Irvine Valley who took the team down in straight sets. Six Cougars were honored with all-conference accolades.

2007
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Volleyball rebounded from a slow start in conference play to become one of the biggest surprises in the state. The Cougars took their lead from sophomore transfer Priscilla Bremer who tallied 321 kills during the season. Canyons finished the regular season in a tie for second place, but the most important time of the year – the playoffs – is when COC really shined. College of the Canyons easily defeat the two-time defending state champion Orange Coast in three games during the first round and set its sights on the first-ranked team in the state, Irvine Valley, which defeated Canyons earlier in the season. In the second round of regional play, the Cougars recorded their second upset, kicking No. 1 Irvine Valley out of the state championship race in five games. With two wins, Canyons and head coach Lisa Hooper made their first-ever trip to the state tournament. Though COC made an earlier than expected exit with two losses in the first night, Bremer was named all-tournament and as a program, earned valuable experience.

2006
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COC improves from the 2005 season and finishes in third place in the WSC South with a 6-4 record and 16-8 record overall. The team finishes ranked No. 14 in the state in the California Community College Women’s Volleyball Coaches Association poll. In the playoffs, the Cougars are slated against Irvine Valley, but lose 3-1. Six players were named All-Western State Conference.

2005
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COC has a tough season and finished with a 6-13 overall, 3-7 conference record, and end up finishing in fifth place in the WSC. Five players were named All-Western State Conference.

2004
The No. 13 Cougars volleyball team finished the first round of the Southern California Regional with an upset of the No. 4 team, Ventura College. The Cougars lost in the second round to No. 5 San Diego Mesa to bring the team’s record to 13-7 on the year. Six players were named All-Western State Conference.

2003
College of the Canyons finished second in conference with a 9-11 record and lost to Irvine Valley College in the first round of the playoffs. Six players were named All-Western State Conference.

2002
The Cougars finish with a 13-7 record overall, 6-4 in conference, and take third place in the Western Conference South. The Cougars were slated against Orange Coast College in the first round of the playoffs and lost. Seven players were named All-Western State Conference.

2000
For the second year in a row, the COC volleyball team captured the Western State Conference South title with an 18-6 overall record, 9-1 in conference. The Cougars lost in the first round of the playoffs to Ventura College in three games. Eight players were named All-Western State Conference, and one was named All-Southern California.

1999
The Cougars made history by winning the Western State Conference South Championship, the school’s first volleyball title since 1980. College of the Canyons finished the regular season with a 14-4 record overall and a perfect 8-0 record in conference. COC fell in the second round of the playoffs to Santa Barbara in three straight. Eight players were named All-Western State Conference, and one was named All-Southern California.

1998
After a rough season the year before, the Cougars turned the program around and finished 11-7 overall, 8-2 in conference, to take second place in the Western State Conference South and finishing with the best season record yet. Six players were name All-Western State Conference.

1997
First year head coach Lisa Mosier (Hooper) and the College of the Canyons volleyball team had a rough season and finished the year with a 4-6 record. Three players were name All-Western State Conference.

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