Irvine Valley women's volleyball player Renata Bath has won a state championship, been named a conference MVP and picked asd an All-American with the Irvine Valley women's volleyball team.
She can also now be called a NCAA Division 1 signee.
Bath, who helped lead the Irvine Valley women's indoor team to a state championship and undefeated season in 2017, recently signed to play with UC Riverside in the fall.
The sophomore libero helped IVC to the state tournament again this past season and a 21-2 overall record.
Bath was named co-Most Valuable Player of the Orange Empire Conference, All-State by the California Community College Women's Volleyball Coaches Association and second team All-American by the American Volleyball Coaches Association in the fall of 2018.
Bath has made things easier for the Lasers all season long with her ball control.
She had a team-leading 293 digs and is averaging 3.91 digs per set.
Bath ranked fifth in the Orange Empire Conference in digs per set at 3.58 during the regular season.
She's had and had 10 digs or more in 18 matches, including Irvine Valley's final nine contests. She recorded 22 and then 21 digs, respectively in IVC's two matches at the state tournament in Solano.
Bath has helped Irvine Valley win three conference titles (two with the indoor squad and one with the beach team) and also made the state tournament in beach volleyball last spring with the Lasers.
Bath, originally from Brazil and out of La Jolla High, is off to a UC Riverside team that finished 9-19 overall and 4-14 in the Big West Conference last season.
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