Shoreline CC Baseball has first .500 Season in 23 years

Monday, May 13, 2013

2013 Baseball - the best season in 23 years

With Olympic College forfeiting two games to the Shoreline Community College Baseball Team on Sunday, the Dolphins finished the regular season 21-21-1, the best SCC record in 23 years. The last SCC Baseball Team to finish .500 was the 1990 team that was 19-18.

On Sunday, the Olympic College Baseball Team showed up at Meridian Park in Shoreline, WA thinking the games were suppose to start at 1:00pm instead of the scheduled 3:00pm time. Olympic would not stay or come back to the park to play the games. 

SCC Athletics sent all teams playing SCC Baseball at home this season an email on January 28th, stating that SCC home baseball games were at 3:00pm. The OC baseball coach responded to the email. The games were called forfeits by the NWAACC Office. 

The Dolphins were 9-15 in the NWAACC Northern Region and were in playoff contention until a four game sweep by Skagit Valley College ended those hopes last weekend. 3 of those games were 1 run defeats and the 4th, by 2 runs.

Congratulations SCC Baseball, for the best season in 23 years.


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