Shoreline Community College Basketball Teams Play Final Home Games

Saturday, February 27, 2010

By Douglas W. Palmer
Director of Athletics and Recreation/Wellness
Shoreline Community College

The Shoreline Community College basketball teams finish up their regular seasons on Saturday at the SCC Gym against Everett Community College. The Lady Dolphins play at 2 pm and the men’s squad at 4 pm.

The SCC women’s team will finish their season after a disappointing year of injuries. The Lady Dolphins are 3-20 on the season, 2-13 in the NWAACC Northern Region. The team lost starting center Amber Herring before the season even started and then lost starting forward Ashley Fleming after 3 games. Freshman transfer from Linfield College, Ana Haberman, has led the team, averaging 21+ points a game and Lynsey Sandum, a freshman work-on has developed during the year, averaging over 12 points a game during the region schedule.

The Lady Dolphins will honor three sophomores at the game, Caitlin Johnsen, Andrea Schneider (above) and Hoi Yat Lo (Janice). (left)

The SCC men’s basketball team is coming off a great year, as they have won the NWAACC Northern Region for the first time in 8 years and will represent the college at the NWAACC Men’s Basketball Championship in Kennewick, WA next weekend. The Dolphins are 18-5 on the season, 12-3 in the region. The SCC team will play the #4 seed (either Pierce or Green River Community College) from the NWAACC Western Region in the first round of the NWAACC Tournament on March 6, at 6 pm in the Toyota Center in Kennewick. 

The Dolphins are led by freshman, Jesse Vaughan and sophomore, Shawn West, who average 16.36 and 15.24 respectively. Freshmen Alfie Miller-Soukasen (14.06) and Sean Jones (13.69) are both averaging in double figures as well. The team will honor sophomores Shawn West (photo on right) and Ryan McCrokle (photo on left) pre-game on Saturday as well.

Admission is $5.00 for adults, $3.00 for Seniors and non-SCC students and SCC students are admitted free. 

Photos by Wilson Tsoi


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