Sports shorts about Pacific students.
For the second straight year, the goalkeeper was named the Northwest Conference's Defensive Player of the Year. Stevermer allowed just 14 goals in 20 matches as he led the Boxers to their first NWC championship since 1996 and a berth in the NCAA Division III playoffs.
Novak earned Pacific's first All-NWC First Team selection since 2003, helping lead the Boxers to their best conference finish since 1984. Novak finished the season with six goals and 13 points and tied for fifth in the league in goals scored.
Lee just missed a trip to the NCAA Division III Championships, finishing 14th at the NCAA West Region Championships with a time of 23:02.23. Lee finishes her Pacific career as the school's No. 4 fastest runner at 6,000 meters.
Campbell set a single game record for passing and tied a mark for touchdown passes, throwing for 406 yards and four scores in the Boxers' season finale at Menlo on Nov. 13.
The starting forward for the NWC champion men's soccer team was one of three Pacific honorees named to the Capital One Academic All-District VIII Team as selected by the College Sports Informatin Directors of America. Joining Birrell were Avery Neal '11 and Mike Iacolucci '11.