Jolise Limcaco
Jolise Limcaco

Inducted in 2013

Sport(s) Played: Women's Basketball
Honor: Third Team All-American

California Pacific Conference Player of the Year Jolise Limcaco added another accolade to her resume for her remarkable sophmore campaign in 2012-13 when she was named an NAIA Third Team All-American.

Limcaco, a native of Sacramento, Calif., played an integral role in Menlo's impressive season, which included: a 26-4 record, Cal Pac regular season and conference championships, a perfect 10-0 conference record, and a trip to the NAIA national championships. In her sophomore campaign, Limcaco averaged 16.7 points and 4.9 assists per game while shooting nearly 50% from the field.

This is the first time Limcaco has cracked the All-American list in her two seasons as a Lady Oak. She was the 2013 Cal Pac player of the year as well as a first team all-conference member in each of the past two seasons. Limcaco is the first Menlo College women's basketball player to be named to the NAIA All-American list since Kelci Fushikoshi earned an honorable mention in 2009. Additionally, Limcaco earned the highest honor bestowed upon a Menlo College female athlete when she was named the 2012-13 Don Baike Female Athlete of the Year.