SCC student voted Baden Women’s Soccer Athlete of the Year

Wednesday, November 26, 2014

Hayley Warren
Photo by Wilson Tsoi
Hayley Warren was recently voted Baden Women’s Soccer Athlete of the Year by the NWAC coaches.  Warren had recently been named Northern Region MVP for her conference-leading 26 goals. She also had 8 assists while leading the Shoreline Phins to a second round playoff appearance. The Phins lost to Lane 1-2 in that round with Warren scoring the lone Phin goal.

The Phin sophomore was the leading scorer in the conference this season and last, totaling 49 goals while adding 20 assists. She was named Northern Region MVP in both seasons while also playing in the conference all-star game both seasons. Her goal total puts her on the top-10 all-time NWAC scorers list.

Head Coach Aaron Howe says, “Hayley is one of the best finishers in the league. She plays with a lot of heart and leads her team well as a co-captain.”

Warren was the primary forward for the Lady Phins. However, she played defense or outside-mid in high school and club ball, making her accomplishments at the forward position all the more impressive.

“It’s a huge honor. I’m still in shock and don’t think it’s really hit me yet. It proves to me that I can do anything I set my mind to. This award is a culmination of a lot of hours of hard work,” shares Warren.

The Phins finished second in the North, earning the right to host the first round of the NWAC playoffs. The ladies won that round over North Idaho 1-0. Along with teammate Melissa Schuetze, Warren represented Shoreline on the combined North-West All-Star team.

Warren plans on earning her general transfer degree from Shoreline and transferring to a university to continue playing soccer. She plans on pursuing a degree in the health sciences in order to explore a career in physical therapy.


Anonymous,  November 28, 2014 at 7:09 AM  

I think you need to use an apostrophe if you want to use the term Phin instead of Dolphin. As in 'Phin.

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