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SCC Women's Soccer Goalkeeper Lauren Schoonover Named To NWAACC All-Stars

D30_0898_sc.jpgLauren Schoonover, a freshman goalkeeper from Marysville-Pilchuck High School, was named as one of the three goalkeepers for the North-West All-Stars, a combination of players from the NWAACC Northern and Western regions, who play the All-Stars from the South-West regions at the NWAACC Soccer Championships on Sunday.

Schoonover took over the goalkeeper duties just before the mid-season mark of the year and recorded two shutouts for the Dolphins. SCC finished the season 8-7-5 and lost to Edmonds CC in a "Play-In" game to the NWAACC Playoffs when both teams finished tied for third in the region.

Mireya Saucedo Named SCC Women's Soccer Player of the Week
D30_9613_sc.jpgMireya Saucedo, a freshman from Edmonds-Woodway High School, play a solid game in the 1-0 loss to Edmonds Community College on Monday night at the Shoreline Stadium in the NWAACC Northern Region "Play-In" game to the NWAACC Playoffs.

 SCC and Edmonds were tied for 3rd place in the region and had to play to break the tie for the last playoff spot in the region. SCC had beaten Edmonds on Saturday, 2-1 to force the play-in the game.
 
SCC finished the season 8-7-5 under first year head coach, Aaron Howe.

Schoonover Named SCC Women's Soccer Player of the Week
Lauren Schoonover was named the SCC Women’s Soccer Player of the Week. Schoonover, a freshman goal-keeper from Marysville Pilchuck High School only allowed to goals in two games and helped SCC defeat Edmonds CC on Saturday to tie the Lady Tritons for 3rd place in the NWAACC Northern region and force a play-in game against ECC on Monday for the final playoff spot in the region.

SCC finished the season 8-7-5.
Edmonds Shocks SCC In Final Minute To Advance To NWAACC Playoffs

In a match that had overtime written all over it, the Edmonds Community College Lady Tritons stunned Shoreline CC in the final minute of regulation to score and win the "Play-In" game to the NWAACC Soccer Playoffs at the Shoreline Stadium.

 

ECC ScoresIn a match that had chances for both teams to score early on, the final minutes seemed to be heading to overtime as neither team could mount much pressure, but ECC had a solid shot on goal, deflected away by SCC goal-keeper Lauren Schoonover, but an unmarked ECC player, was in perfect position to put the deflection away and did.

 

SCC had less than 1 minute to tie it and could not muster any offense against a stacked Edmonds defense. 

SCC finished the season 8-7-5 and 4th in the NWAACC Northern RegionBattling For Ball in the first season for Head Coach Aaron Howe. This will be the first time 7 years the Lady Dolphins have not qualified for postseason play. SCC had forced the “Play-In” game on Saturday by beating Edmonds 2-1 on their campus home field. SCC and ECC finished 1-1-1 for the season against each other. Edmonds advances to play the Community College of Spokane on Wednesday in Spokane at 1:00 PM in the first round of the NWAACC Women’s Soccer Playoffs. ECC is 13-7-3 overall. 

SCC Beats Edmonds 2-1, Forces Play-In Game
The Lady Dolphin Soccer Team beat Edmonds CC on Saturday, 2-D30_8284_sc.jpg1 at Dolphin Field, to force a play-in game to the NWAACC Playoffs on Monday at Shoreline Stadium at 5:00 PM. SCC and Edmonds are tied for the third and final playoff spot in the NWAACC Northern Region and will play an extra game to determine who advances to the NWAACC playoffs on Wednesday.

D30_8256_sc.jpgEdmonds scored first on Saturday with a goal at the 21 minute mark by Mady Schoonover. SCC tied the match in the 45th minute (just before halftime) on a goal by Kendra Holley from an assistant by Sara Gilmore. 


SCC scored to open the second half at the 47 minute mark with a goal by Jenny Voss. SCC kept Edmonds scoreless the rest of the way.

If SCC wins the match on Monday, they will travel to Spokane on Wednesday to play the Community College of Spokane in the first round of the NWAACC Soccer Playoffs.

SCC is 8-6-5 overall and 8-5-3 in the region. Edmonds falls to 12-7-3 overall and 8-5-3 in the region.
SCC Women's Soccer Ties Whatcom 1-1
The Lady Dolphin Soccer Team tied Whatcom Community College 1-1 in Bellingham, WA today and sets up a big "Win or Stay At Home" match on Saturday against rival Edmonds Community College. Edmonds CC is tied for second place in the NWAACC Northern Region with a 8-4-3 record with Green River Community College. Shoreline is in 4th place with a 7-5-3 record. If Shoreline wins on Saturday, it will at least be tied for 3rd place in the region with Edmonds with identical 8-5-3 records.  A SCC loss and the Lady Dolphins are out of the playoffs. The top 3 teams in the region go to NWAACC playoffs. There would be a "Play-in" game on Monday between tied teams for the final playoff spot if necessary.
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In the match on Wednesday, SCC allowed a goal in the very first minute of the match, but Taylyr Mclean tied the game in 61st minute. The teams fought to a scoreless tie the rest of the way.

SCC is 7-6-5 overall and plays Edmonds at Noon on Saturday at the Dolphin Field on the SCC campus. Whatcom falls to 6-5-6 in the overall, 5-5-5 in the region
Lauren Schoonover Named SCC Women's Soccer Player of the Week
Lauren Schoonover has been named the SCC Women's Soccer Player of theD30_0898_sc.jpg week for her efforts against Everett CC and Green River CC. 

Against Everett, the goal keeper kept the NWAACC Northern Region from scoring but one goal in a 2-1 victory for SCC. Against Green River, Schoonover had the same result, but the SCC offense could not score any goals and lost 0-1.

Schoonover is freshman from Marysville-Pilchuck High School.