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WT Athletes bring home honors

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Canyon, Texas - The WT Buff's have been raking in the awards this week.

Laura Iwuchukwu kept bringing them home this week. The senior middle blocker was named a Daktronics First Team All-American, a member of the 2013 Capital One Academic All-America First Team, and Second Team All-American by the American Volleyball Coaches Association.

Teammates Halie Harton and Lauren Bevan were honored with a spot on the Honorable Mention Team.

Senior guard for the Lady Buff's basketball team, Casey Land was tabbed LSC Defensive Player of the Week, and over on the men's team junior forward Antjuan Ball was named Defensive Player of the Week also.

Senior quarterback, Dustin Vaughan is a finalist for the Harlon Hill Trophy.

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