SCC Homecoming Awards Student Athletes

Sunday, February 21, 2010

Shoreline Community College awarded 56 SCC student-athletes with academic certificates on Wednesday night in the SCC Gym during half-time of the men’s basketball game.

The college awarded academic awards for the fall quarter to student-athletes in the Green Club, the Gold Club and the Dolphin Club. Membership to the Green Club requires a 3.00 to 3.49 GPA. Gold Club members have 3.50 to 3.99 GPAs and members of the Dolphin Club have 4.00 GPAs.

There were 25 student-athletes honored in the Green Club, 28 members in the Gold Club and 3 members in the Dolphin Club. Each winner was given a certificate and an SCC hat for their accomplishment. The SCC women's soccer team led the way with 10 members in the Green and Gold Clubs followed by women's basketball with 9 members. On the men's side, baseball had 8 club members.

Members of the Dolphin Club (4.00 GPA) were Carlos Lazo of the SCC baseball team, Andrea Mullan of the softball team and Hoi Yan Tsoi of the women’s basketball team.

A complete list of Green/Gold/Dolphin Club winners can be found here.

Ryan Wong, an SCC student, won a $250.00 scholarship for winning a student shooting contest at half-time of the women’s basketball game. Alumni, students, faculty and staff enjoyed cake and punch in-between games at a reception held in the SCC Gym's lobby. Members of the SCC Foundation and Alumni office provided the cake, punch, decorations, pom-poms for the event and reception.

The SCC men’s basketball team defeated Whatcom CC at Homecoming while the Lady Dolphins dropped their game to WCC. The event was sponsored by the SCC Foundation and Alumni Office and the Athletic Department, which is a part of the Student Success division at the college.

Photos courtesy of SCC Athletics:
1. Green Club Award Winners 
2. Erin O'Hara, a member of the softball team and the Green Club, is congratulated by Shoubee Liaw, member of the SCC Board of Trustees.
3. Hoi Yan Tsoi, a member of the Dolphin Club, is congratulated by Tonya Drake, SCC's VP for Student Success
4. Kevin Alloway a member of the men's tennis team and the Gold Club, is awarded his certificate by SCC President, Lee Lambert.


Anonymous,  March 1, 2010 at 3:52 PM  

WooHoo Erin O'Hara! Your work ethic is paying off for you and will stand you in good stead in your life. You go, girl!

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