Shoreline Community College Baseball Team Starts Season

Saturday, February 27, 2010

The Shoreline Community College Baseball Team leads off its season this weekend at Lower Woodland Park, the SCC home field. The Dolphins are coming off a building year of 16-24 in 2009 after finishing 5-35 in 2008. The SCC squad started the 2009 campaign 10-0 before injuries took its toll on the team and the Dolphins went 6-24 the rest of the way.

Shoreline faces Vancouver Island College (Canada) on Saturday, February 27, at 3 pm at Lower Woodland Park (south end of Green Lake) in a double header and then plays Pierce Community College on Sunday for two games starting at Noon also at Lower Woodland Park. 

The Dolphins are led on the mound by sophomores Travis Shigeta from Kapaa High School in Hawaii and Willie Davies, a local product from Shorecrest High School. Freshmen Michael Kenui, from Waiakea High School, Hawaii and Nico Vanderven (Ballard High School) add pitching depth to the starting rotation.

Offensively, the Dolphins will be led by Bryson Nakamura, a sophomore outfielder from Pearl City High School in Hawaii. Transfer sophomores Lakota Holder and Andrew Hutt provide more offensive punch to the line-up.
Admission is free to SCC Baseball Games.


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