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Cal State San Marcos College Men And Women’s Basketball – All California Collegiate Athletic Association (CCAA)

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CHICO, CA – Cal State San Marcos men’s basketball’s Khalil Fuller was named to the All-California Collegiate Athletic Association (CCAA) second team by the conference on Thursday.

Fuller led the Cougars with 396 points (14.7 per game), 223 rebounds (8.3 per game), a 50.5 field-goal percentage, 102 made free throws and seven double-doubles. The junior posted double-figure point totals in 19 of the 27 games he played.

In the CCAA, Fuller ranked first for rebounds per game, fourth for field-goal percentage, fifth for points per game and ninth for minutes per game (31.2).

Fuller is the Cougars’ 12th All-CCAA selection since CSUSM joined the league in 2015-16.


CHICO, CA – The success of the Cal State San Marcos women’s basketball team continued as three Cougars were named to the 2018-19 All-California Collegiate Athletic Association (CCAA) teams.

Jon’Nae Vermillion was named to the All-CCAA first team while Emma Forel collected second team honors, and Akayla Hackson was an honorable mention.

Vermillion, a junior forward from Corona, averaged a team-best 13.6 points and 8.4 rebounds per game, which ranked her in the top 10 in both categories in the CCAA. She tallied seven double-doubles while reach double-digits in scoring in 21 of the 26 games she played. Vermillion tallied a season-high 24 points and 15 rebounds in the 69-65 win at Stanislaus State on Jan. 10.

Forel, a sophomore forward from Lyon, France, shot a team-high 52.6 percent from the field while averaging 13.2 points per game. She is second on the team in points and rebounds (7.8 per game). Forel tallied a team-best eight double-doubles and reached double-digits in scoring in 19 games. Her best game came in the triple-overtime win at Cal State L.A. on Dec. 29 where she recorded 27 points and 18 rebounds.

Hackson, a sophomore guard from Sunnyvale, broke the single-game school record in 3-pointers with eight at San Francisco State on Feb. 21. She is third on the team in points per game at 21.1.


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