Freshman running back Preston Hodges and sophomores Grant Campbell, a linebacker, and defensive back Cody Jones from Bakersfield College were named to the Region IV All-California team by the California Community College Football Coaches Association.

All three will transfer from BC to four-year programs for next season. Campbell (Baylor) and Hodges (Colorado State) signed letters of intent on Wednesday, the first day community college players can sign. Jones has committed to Central Oklahoma, but that university has not announced its letter-of-intent signings.

Campbell, Hodges and Jones were also first-team All-National Northern Conference selections.

Other All-NNC picks were defensive end Jacob Miller and tight end-H back Triton Douglas.

BC's second-team picks were tight end Thomas Hearn, offensive lineman Stuart Bandy, running back Kwame Johnson, safety Joey Stuart and Hodges as an all-purpose runner.

Incarnate Word soccer joins WAC

The Western Athletic Conference has announced that the University of the Incarnate Word in San Antonio has accepted an offer to join the WAC as an affiliate member in men's soccer.

Incarnate Word is in its first year of transition from NCAA Division II status to Division I. Cal State Bakersfield is in the WAC.

Hollis off Utah St. team

LOGAN, Utah -- Utah State football coach Matt Wells has announced that former Bakersfield College outside linebacker Keylon Hollis has been dismissed from the team for an undisclosed violation of team rules.

Hollis, from Houston, was one of the key players in BC's 2012 state championship team when he was the National Northern Conference Defensive Player of the Year.

JC women's basketball

MONTEREY -- Claesey Tarver had a team-high 22 points but it would not be enough as Bakersfield fell 70-67 to College of the Siskiyous at the Monterey Tournament.

Roseberg Hunt finished with 13 points and six steals for the Renegades (2-7). Bakersfield will play today in the third place game at 1 p.m.

NBA D-League

Jared Cunningham scored 30 points for the Jam, which won its second straight by upsetting the Santa Cruz Warriors, 123-108.

Rudy Gobert had a double-double, scoring 10 points and grabbing 10 rebounds for the Jam (5-8), and James Nunnally scored 21 points. Eight players scored in double figures for Bakersfield.