Shoreline Community College honors student-athletes at Homecoming

Thursday, February 23, 2012

Homecoming Cake!!!

Shoreline Community College honored 54 student-athletes on February 8 at SCC Homecoming for their academic achievements during the fall quarter of 2011. In addition, the college honored the SCC Volleyball team for winning the NWAACC Northern Region Championship during the fall.

Shoreline President Lee Lambert handed out 54 certificates on that night, including 30 for the “Green” Club, for student-athletes with a 3.00 to 3.49 GPA, 20 for the “Gold” Club, for student-athletes with a 3.50 to 3.99 GPA and 4 certificates for “Dolphin” Club members, who have 4.00 GPAs. 

Jeremy Werner joins Dolphin Club with 4.0 GPA
The Dolphin Club members were Carly Grant and Sophie Overlock-Pauley from the SCC Softball team, Anita Huang of the Women’s Basketball team and Jeremy Werner of the Men’s Soccer team. This is the first quarter in the existence of the academic clubs that four SCC student-athletes had 4.00 GPAs in the same quarter.

Anita Huang joined the Dolphin Club with a 4.0 GPA
President Lambert and Student Government President Kanpong Thaweesuk presented the 2011 SCC Volleyball team their banner for winning the NWAACC Northern Region Championship during the fall quarter. This was the second year in a row for SCC to win the region.

SCC Student President, Kanpong Thaweesuk, presents the Volleyball Championship Banner to the 2011 Volleyball Team.

SCC also awarded certificates from the NWAACC for fall sport award winners, to include two MVP awards. 

Lisa Day receives awards from President Lambert
Lisa Day was named the NWAACC’s Most Valuable Player for the Northern Region for the second year in a row for volleyball and Greg Wolfe was named the Men’s Soccer Most Valuable Player for 2011. Lisa Day was also named NWAACC All-Academic and was an NWAACC All-Star as well.

Greg Wolf, Men’s Soccer MVP, receives award from President Lambert 
There was a SCC student shooting contest at half-time of the women’s basketball game, where SCC student, Mathew Trap won a $250 scholarship from the SCC Athletic Department for making a lay-up, a free-throw and a three point shot the fastest of three students who had qualified for the contest.

Student Shooting Contest.


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