Leadership award for Lomas: Ponoka’s Kaitlin Lomas was recently awarded Thompson Rivers University’s Cliff Neufeld leadership Athlete of Year award for the 2017-18 season. Lomas was a fifth year starter with the school’s Wolfpack volleyball program. She was the top attacker with a hitting percentage of 0.227, states a release from the school. The award is based on her work with the PACE program and three hours a week volunteering at the campus wellness centre. She was also on the captains’ council while completing her psychology degree with honours. She also spearheaded an initiative to bring awareness of support for victims of sexual violence. Photo submitted

PHOTO: Ponoka athlete receives university leadership award

Volleyball athlete Kaitlin Lomas earns Thompson Rivers University leadership athletic 2017-18 award

By Jeffrey Heyden-Kaye

Volleyball athlete Kaitlin Lomas earns Thompson Rivers University leadership athletic 2017-18 award

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