Sunday, June 03, 2012
SCC Men's Basketball Send 5 Players To Four Year Colleges
The Shoreline Community College's Men's Basketball Team has sent five current and former players to four year colleges this year.
From the 2011-12 team:
Jesse Vaughan - Northern Montana State - NAIA
Joe Bodman - Regis University (Denver, CO) - NCAA II
Kelly Hong - Evergreen State - NAIA
From the 2009-10 Squad:
Shawn West - Northern Montana State
Alfie Miller-Soukasen - Northern Montana State
Vaughan was leading SCC in scoring with a 26 point average and had one game of 48 points before s shoulder injury ended his season after 6 games.
Joe Bodman was the second leading rebounder in the NWAACC for the season and averaged a solid 14 points a game.
Kelly Hong averaged 8 points a game for SCC and was a 40% shooter from the three point line.
Shawn West and Alfie Miller-Soukasen help lead the Shoreline squad in 2009-10 to the NWAACC Northern Region championship under then Coach Butch Estes. The students continued to work on their AA degrees after they finished playing and now have been rewarded for their efforts with scholarships to NMS for 2012-12.
West was the starting point guard for SCC and averaged 15 points per game while Miller-Soukasen averaged 14 points a game and was the team's 3 point threat shooting 44% from behind the arch.
The 2011-12 SCC team went 19-12 overall and finished 7th at the NWAACC Men's Basketball Championship. SCC averaged 102 points per game in 2011-12.