SCC Baseball and Softball seasons started in the rain

Tuesday, March 29, 2011

It has been a soggy early spring for the Shoreline Community College Baseball and Softball Seasons. Both squads are just under .500 as they enter NWAACC Northern Region play during the next couple of weeks.

2011 Team photo by Wilson Tsoi

SCC Baseball off to 8-9 start to season:
The Shoreline Community College baseball team is off to a 8-9 start to the season. The Dolphins have had an up and down road so far, missing several games to rain and being forced to reschedule home games to road games to find teams to play. SCC is 1-3 against teams ranked in the NWAACC Top Eight Poll with a victory over #5 ranked Everett Community College.

SCC plays at Western Washington University Club Team on Wednesday, and then at Lower Columbia College on Sunday before starting NWAACC Northern Region play on April 9-10 against Bellevue College.

2011 Team photo by Wilson Tsoi

Lady Dolphin Softball Wins First Four Region Games:
The Shoreline Community College’s softball team is 4-0 after the first four NWAACC Northern Region games of the season. SCC swept Olympic College last week 4-2 and 11-0. SCC rallied for 3 runs in the top of 7th to pull out the 4-2 victory and in the second game, Sophie Overlock-Pauley tossed a five inning no-hitter.

SCC collected two forfeits over Edmonds CC as well to go 4-0 in the region.

Shoreline started the season 0-5-1, playing against tough Eastern Region teams. The Lady Dolphins were 0-4 against teams ranked in the NWAACC Top Eight poll. SCC has had 9 games rained out so far.

--Douglas W. Palmer, SCC Director of Athletics and Recreation/Wellness


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