Wednesday, October 26, 2011
SCC Men's Soccer Drops 1-0 Match To Everett CC, Out of Playoffs
The Dolphin Soccer Team could not find the back of the net on
Wednesday afternoon at the Dolphin Soccer Field. SCC played hard for 90
minutes, but could not muster any offense as they lost to Everett Community
College 1-0 and were eliminated from the NWAACC Playoffs.
Everett scored in the 26th minute and made the
SCC is now 2-13-1 on the season and 2-9-0 in the
NWAACC Northern Region. SCC still has two more games left, next Wednesday at
Whatcom Community College in Bellingham, WA and they finish at home next
Saturday against rival Edmonds CC.
Last season, SCC started off 0-7-2 on the season,
but caught fire in the second half of the year, winning 8 straight and reaching
the NWAACC Final Four, but this season, after another slow start, the Dolphins
just could not turn it around.
Goalkeeper Bryan Wright held ECC to one goal, but SCC could not score.
Monday, October 24, 2011
Greg Wolfe Named SCC Men's Soccer Player of the Week
Wolfe, a sophomore
from Oak Harbor High School, scored two goals against Skagit Valley College on
Saturday to lead SCC to its second win of the year. SCC routed the Cardinals
for the second time this season, 5-2 at the SCC Soccer Field. SCC also lost 3-1
SCC is 2-13-1 on the season, 2-8 in the NWAACC
Northern Region. SCC plays Everett CC on Wednesday at 4:00 PM. If SCC wins on
Wednesday, they will pull themselves to within one point of Everett, who is in
third place in the region. The top three teams in each region make the NWAACC
playoffs. Everett beat Shoreline 2-0 on October 8.
Wolfe had two goals against SVC.
Saturday, October 22, 2011
SCC Defeats Skagit Valley 5-2
Greg Wolfe from Oak Harbor High School, scored two goals as SCC picked up its
second win of the year on Saturday against Skagit Valley College on a wet SCC
Soccer Field. SCC two wins of the year have came against SVC.
Connor Barton opened the scoring for Shoreline at the 25 minute mark on an
assistant from Beto Tammyo. Mikey Haan scored 5 minutes later to put SCC up 2-0
which held up to half-time. SCC came out quickly in the second half, with Tommy
Hering scoring at the 52 minute mark from an assist from Jason Major and Wolfe
scored two minutes later to put SCC up 4-0.
Skagit scored on a penalty kick 71 minutes into the game but Wolfe came right
back to score his second goal. Skagit then scored at the 87 minute mark to end
the scoring for the day.
SCC is now 2-13-1 on the season, 2-8 in the NWAACC Northern Region. Skagit
Valley is now 3-9 on the season and 1-9 in the region. Both teams played the
match with only 12 players each due to injuries.
plays on Wednesday against Everett Community College at 4:00 PM at the SCC
Soccer Field. Everett defeated SCC 2-0 earlier in the season.
Greg Wolfe scored two goals on Saturday for SCC
Thursday, October 20, 2011
SCC Men's Soccer Drops 3-1 Match To Edmonds
Community College Men’s Soccer Team continues to fall on hard times, dropping a
3 to 1 contest to Edmonds Community College on Wednesday at the Starfire
Complex in Tukwila, WA.
Jacob Hibbard scored the lone goal for SCC to tie the match in the 15th minute
of the game. ECC scored again in the 35th minute to take a 2-1 halftime lead
and scored a goal in the 90th minute to seal the match.
SCC is now 1-13-1 on the season and 1-8-0 in the region, Edmonds is 5-8-1
overall and 3-5-1. SCC is now 7 points out from third place, the final Northern
region playoff spot. SCC begins the second half of Northern Region schedule at
home on Saturday against Skagit Valley College. SCC beat SVC two weeks ago 4-2
on the road. Match time is 2:15 at Dolphin Field.
Jacob Hibbard scored for SCC
Monday, October 17, 2011
Jake Lagucik Named SCC's Men's Soccer Player of the Week
Lagucik, a sophomore mid-fielder from Edmonds Woodway High School scored SCC's lone goal in its 3-1 loss to Whatcom CC on Saturday. SCC Men's Soccer has struggled this year to a 1-12-1 record after winning the NWAACC Northern Region in 2010.
SCC plays rival Edmonds Community College at the Starfire Complex in Tukwila, WA on Wednesday at 2:00 PM.
Jake Lagucik, Men's Soccer Player of the Week
Saturday, October 15, 2011
SCC Men's Soccer Playoffs Hopes Fade With 3-1 Loss
The Shoreline Community College Men's Soccer team loss on
Saturday at the SCC Soccer Field 3-1 to Whatcom Community College. With the loss,
the Dolphins chances of returning to the NWAACC playoffs are fading with only 5
games left in the regular season.
SCC could not overcome the 2 goals and assistant
by WCC's Andrew Mihovilovich. Whatcom jumped out in front on a goal by
Mihovilovich, SCC's Jake Lagucik
tied it later in the first half as both teams went to half-time even at 1-1.
Whatcom got a second goal by Mihovilavich to take the lead late in the second
half and followed that up with another goal two minutes later to put the
Dolphins out of the game.
SCC is now 1-12-1, 1-7-0 in the Northern Region.
Whatcom is 4-5-1 and 3-4-1 in the region and now leads the division. SCC plays
Edmonds Community College on Wednesday at Edmonds.
Jake Laguick scored for SCC
Monday, October 10, 2011
• Amadou Senghore Named SCC Men's Soccer Player of the Week
Saturday, October 08, 2011
Everett CC Ends SCC's Men's Soccer Northern Region Win Streak
Thursday, October 06, 2011
SCC Men's Soccer Team Wins First Game of Season
* SCC Men's Soccer Player of the Week: Bryan Wright
The 6'4" goalkeeper from Ballard High School played well in two losses for SCC last week.
SCC plays at Skagit Valley College on Wednesday and travels to Everett CC on Saturday in two big Northern Region battles. SCC is 0-10-1 on the season, but begins region play today only 1 point out of third place and 3 points out of first after the Northern and Western NWAACC Region Crossover games have been completed.
Saturday, October 01, 2011
* SCC Men’s Soccer Goes To 0-10-1 But There Is "Hope"
The SCC Men's Soccer team lost to Bellevue College on Saturday at BC 3-0. The Bulldogs scored 2 first half goals and then sealed the game with a third goal in the second half.
SCC is now 0-10-1 on the year, 0-5-0 in the division but only 1 point out of third place in the NWAACC Northern Region and 4 points out of first as Northern Region play begins this week. Only Edmonds CC and Everett CC have a victory against the Western Region in mandatory NWAACC crossover games, while SCC, Whatcom and Skagit Valley are winless against the West. Each Northern Region team now plays the other home and away in the final eight games of the season.
SCC was 0-7-1 entering region play last season but then tied the first region game and then won 8 in a row to win the region and defeat Bellevue in the NWAACC play-offs and make it to the NWAACC Final Four.
SCC plays at Skagit Valley College on Wednesday at 4 p.m.in Mt. Vernon, WA.
SCC’s Goalkeeper Bryan Wright makes a save