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Deja Davis Named NWAACC Academic Leadership Award Winner
700_0976.JPGShoreline Community College on Tuesday announced that Deja Davis from SCC Women's Basketball won the NWAACC Academic Leadership Award for 2012-13. 

The award requires a 3.50 GPA, 60 credits earned, a second year student-athlete and leadership in the sport or community.

Deja had a 3.72 GPA from Shoreline and North Seattle CC where she played last season.

Congratulations Deja.
Three Way Tie For Final SCC Women's Basketball Player of the Week
300_4629.JPGThree Way Tie For Final SCC Women's Basketball Player of the Week:

Shoreline Community College announced on Thursday, that the final Women's Basketball Player of the Week award has been divided three ways, as Deja Davis, Malie Keanu and Emily Wilbur will share the final award.

Davis scored 19 points with 11 rebounds, 2 steals and 1 assist in the final two games of the season. Emily Wilbur scored 16 points, had 10 rebounds with 1 blocked shot, 2 300_4702.JPG  steals and 3 assists. Malie Keanu scored 19 points with 13 rebounds and had 1 steal and 1 assist.

SCC lost to Peninsula College (85-61) and Whatcom Community College (71-42) to finish the season 10-15 overall and 3-11 in the NWAACC Northern Region.
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Lady Dolphins Drop 71-42 Game To Whatcom CC To Finish Season
The Shoreline Community College Lady Dolphin Basketball Team finished their 2012-13 season with a 71-42 loss at Whatcom Community College on Saturday.

SCC finished the year 10-15 overall and 3-11 in the NWAACC Northern Region.

SCC was led by Malie Keanu with 12 points, the only Dolphin to score in double figures. Keanu had 9 rebounds as well. SCC struggled shooting for the night, only hitting 18% of their shots in the first half and scoring 13 points in the opening period and trailing 32-13 at half. SCC improved to 30% shooting in the 2nd half, but the damage was done and SCC could not dig out of the first half hole.
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SCC Names Maile Keanu Women's Basketball Player of the Week
300_4702.JPGShoreline Community College on Thursday named Maile Keanu as "Women's Basketball Player of the Week" for February 11-17.

Keanu scored 22 points and 18 rebounds in two games against Skagit Valley College and Edmonds CC during the week. She also had 2 block shots and 3 steals as well.

SCC lost both games, 82-55 to the region's second place team, Skagit Valley and a heart-breaker to rival Edmonds CC, 68-67. 

The Lady Dolphins finish the season on Saturday at Whatcom Community College in Bellingham, WA. SCC is 10-14 overall and 3-10 in the NWAACC Northern Region.
Peninsula College Defeats Lady Dolphins 85-61
700_8800_300_7399sc.jpgSCC Women's Basketball ended its home schedule for 2012-13 on Wednesday night in the SCC Gym with a 85-61 defeat to Peninsula College.

SCC hung tough for the first 10 minutes of the game, but PC pulled away in the second part of the first half and never looked back in the 24 points win over the Dolphins.

SCC was led by a trio of 11 point scorers, as Deja Davis, Emily Wilbur700_8800_300_7411sc.jpg and Chelsea Padgett all scored 11 for SCC.

It was sophomore night for SCC with Deja Davis, Wendy Wang, Anita Huang and Caitlin Roussopolos playing their last home game for the Dolphins.

SCC finishes the season on Saturday at Whatcom Community College in Bellingham, WA at 4:00pm. SCC is 10-14 overall and 3-10 in the NWAACC Northern Region. Peninsula moves to 14-9 and 9-4 on the season.
Shoreline Community College Basketball Suffers Losses to Edmonds Community College

603105_10151217109862405_680456787_n.jpgGoing into the night the Shoreline Community College Dolphins and the Edmonds Community College Tritons knew it would be a battle to the end. The Dolphins came in looking to upset the Tritons on their Sophomore night and last home game of the season. The women’s teams played first in quite the match up to the end. The Tritons pulled out the win with a 68-67 finish. Directly afterwards the men’s game didn’t finish quite as close with the Dolphins falling to the Tritons 99-80. 

In a close game all the way through the Dolphin Women’s Basketball team hung in there with their hard working defense. They were able to cause 23 Triton turnovers that led to 19 of their points. It seemed even with 5 players scoring in double digits it was not enough to end on top.  The Tritons bench players were able to light it up scoring 33 of the teams points.  After a great fight the Dolphins were not able to hold on.

Directly following the men’s teams took the court, both teams looking to further secure their playoff hopes. After the loss Shoreline no longer seems to solely hold it’s NWAACC playoff destiny.  However, Edmonds was able to clench the Northern Region Title and guaranteed 1st seed into the NWAACC Championships. 

The Dolphin’s Men’s Basketball team had high hopes for a late push to claim the Northern Region 4th seed and move forward into NWAACC post season play. Last nights loss has changed those hopes. Moving into the last 3 games of the regular season the top teams in the Northern Region are all going to be challenged by each other as they fight for the last two spots into the NWAACC Championship. Only two games separate Peninsula, Everett, Bellevue and Shoreline and all have a tough last 3 games ahead of them.

It is clear the race for the NWAACC Championships is going to come down to the last game of regular season.  The Dolphins are set to take on Peninsula College this Wednesday in their last home game of the season. Be sure to come support your Dolphins as they fight to finish their seasons strong. The women will tip off at 5:30 pm and the men shortly after at 7:30 pm on Wednesday February 20th in Shoreline Gym.  In honor of the Sophomore’s last home game as a Dolphin we will be honoring Deja Davis, Wendy Wang, Caitlin Roussopolos, Anita Huang, Damon Leitch, Kadeem Stewart, Zachary Hafen, Joshua Youngblood, Nashon George and Joe Dickinson.

Shoreline Women’s Basketball Falls to a Top Region Opponent

30S_4391.JPGAfter a tough fight through the entire game the Shoreline Community College Women’s Basketball team could not finish on top against the Skagit Valley Cardinals. After a close first half the Dolphins ending in 38-29 Skagit Valley and a total of 6 lead changes the Dolphins could not hang on. The final score on the night was 82-55 leaving Shoreline with a record of 10-12 on the season.

Shoreline came away with some great rebounding with 49 total, 24 on the offensive end. This great rebounding once again led many second chance points.  Maile Keanu led the team in rebounding pulling down 7 boards and having 15 points. Caitlin Rousopolos also had a good night with 8 points and 6 rebounds.

The Cardinal’s were great from behind the arch leading to 27 of their points. The Skagit Valley bench also stepped up to account for 48 of their 82 points.

Shoreline moves into the final stretch of the NWAACC regular season with only 3 games left. The Dolphins will play Edmonds Community College in Edmonds, WA this Saturday, February 16th, 2013 at 5:00 PM. Shoreline defeated Edmonds earlier in the season 59-56 so we are looking forward to another great game.

Be sure to mark your calendars for Shoreline’s Sophomore Night at their last home game of the season on February 20th, 2013 against Peninsula College. This will be the last game in SCC Gym for Sophomores Anita Huang, Deja Davis, Caitlin Roussopolos and Wendy Wang.

Caitlin Roussopolos Named SCC Women’s Basketball Player of the Week


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Shoreline Community College Athletics names Sophomore Caitlin Roussopolos as the SCC Women’s Basketball Player of the Week! Roussopolos a regular team leader had a great week as the Dolphins head into the final games of their season.

Roussopolos is one of three Sophomores on the Dolphin and a regular starter on the team. She is a Forward from Nampa, Idaho. In a tough loss to Northern Region rival Bellevue Roussopolos only had 2 points but came away with 3 of the teams 8 total assists on the night. She also pulled down 9 total boards.

On Wednesday in the Shoreline Gym Roussopolos led the team to a  73-56 win over Olympic College with a double-double. She had 14 points on the game shooting 39% from the field. Once again Roussopolos was strong on the boards pulling down 13 total rebounds. Of those rebounds 9 were on the offensive end which helped the Dolphins score 20 second-chance points.

Come watch Roussopolos and the rest of the Dolphins on Wednesday, February 13th 2013 as they take on the Skagit Valley Cardinals at 5:30pm. 

Shoreline Women’s Basketball Pulls off Big Win Over Olympic College

700_2665_300_3505.JPGShoreline Community College Women’s Basketball defeats Olympic College this afternoon with a score of 73-56. The Dolphins are now 10-11 on the season. Shoreline led the entire game with the largest lead at 19 points. This win places the Dolphins 6th place in the Northern Region.

The Dolphins proved their skills under the basket by pulling down 33 offensive rebounds leading to 20 second chance points and 59 total rebounds on the game. Caitlin Roussopolos led the way with 13 rebounds to go with her 14 points and 4 assists.  Maile Keanu was feeling her stroke leading the team with 22 points; she shot 53% on the game.

An outstanding performance that showed great team effort and hustle from the Dolphins. The team scored 25 of their points off of the 31 Ranger turnovers. Deja Davis led the team with 4 steals in the game but almost every member of the Dolphin team came away with a steal today.

The Dolphins move forward with only two home games remaining in the regular season. Shoreline will take on the Skagit Valley Cardinals at home on Wednesday, February 13th at 5:30 pm. The Cardinals defeated the Dolphins earlier this season in Mt. Vernon 84-42 and they are currently tied for 1st place in the Northern Region. Come out to support the Dolphins this Wednesday where they hope to even up the score against the Cardinals of Skagit Valley.

SCC Names Maile Keanu As "Women's Basketball Player of the Week"
300_4702.JPGShoreline Community College on Sunday named freshman Maile Keanu from South Kitsap High School, as the SCC Women's Basketball Player of the Week.

Keanu had 22 points, 22 rebounds, 3 assists, 1 blocked shot and 1 steal in two games for SCC during the week of January 28 - February 3. Her totals include 15 rebounds against Northwest Indian College on Wednesday night.

SCC split games during the week, routing Northwest Indian College in Bellingham, WA 74-44 and losing to Everett Community College on Saturday, 83-72.

SCC is 9-10 on the season and 2-6 in the NWAACC Northern Region. SCC plays at Bellevue College on Wednesday and hosts Olympic College on Saturday in the SCC Gym at 2:00 PM
SCC Women's Basketball Drops 83-72 Game To Everett CC
The Lady Dolphins of Shoreline Community College were defeated by Everett CC on Saturday in the SCC Gym by the score of 83-72. The "Game" Dolphins played a solid game, after being down by 23 points in the second half, cutting the lead down to 10 by the end and out scoring EVCC 41-40 in the second half. SCC improved from the first time when these teams played, as SCC lost that game 93-48.

Ashley Savusa led SCC with 16 points and 4 assists. Emilty Wilbur added300_4655.JPG 12 with 8 rebounds. Maile Keanu and  Chelsea Padgett both scored 10 points each with Keanu grabbing 7 rebounds.

The Lady Dolphins are now 9-10 on the season and 2-6 in the NWAACC Northern Region. EVCC improved to 11-9 overall and 5-3 in the region. SCC plays at Bellevue on Wednesday night at 5:30 PM.
Lady Dolphins Defeat Northwest Indian College 74-44
The Shoreline Community College Lady Dolphin Basketball Team held Northwest Indian College to 14% shooting for the game on their way to a 74-44 victory on Wednesday night in Bellingham, WA. 

700_7225_300_7084.JPGDeja Davis led a balanced SCC offensive attack with 15 points, followed by Hannah Stanger with 13 points, Maile Keanu 12 and Ashley Savusa with 11. Keanu had a big night on the boards, grabbing 15 rebounds. 

SCC led 36-20 at halftime and outscored NWIC 38-24 in the second half. SCC record improves to 9-9 overall.

The Dolphins face Everett Community College on Saturday at 2:00 PM in the SCC Gym to start the second half of the NWAACC Northern Region schedule. Everett defeated SCC 93-48 to open league play back on January 5. SCC is in 6th place in the region with a 2-5 record. EVCC enters the game with a 10-9 overall record and 4-3 in the region and in 5th place.
SCC NAMES SAVUSA AND DAVIS AS C0-PLAYERS OF THE WEEK
700_7126_30S_5500.JPGShoreline Community College announced today that Ashley Savusa and Deja Davis have been named Co-Women's Basketball Players of the Week for January 21-27.

Savusa scored 25 points with 2 rebounds, 2 blocks, 2 steals and 4 assists in two games, including 19 points against Whatcom CC on Saturday in the SCC Gym. 

Davis scored 17 points with 13 rebounds, 2 steals and 5 assists in those700_7225_300_7084.JPG games including a 11 point, 9 rebound performance against Whatcom CC.

The Lady Dolphins dropped both games during the week, losing at Peninsula College on Wednesday night, 84-66, and to #7 ranked Whatcom Community College on Saturday, 68-46.

SCC travels this Wednesday to Northwest Indian College for a non-region game and then returns to the SCC Gym on Saturday at 2:00 pm to open the second half of the NWAACC Northern Region schedule against Everett Community College. SCC is 8-9 overall and 2-5 in the NWAACC Northern Region.
Whatcom CC Defeats Lady Dolphins 68-46
The Shoreline Community College Women's Basketball Team lost to the #7 ranked Whatcom CC Orcas on Saturday afternoon in the SCC Gym 68-46.

SCC fought a good battle early, but a scoring drought late in first half allowed WCC to pull out to a 10 point lead and 12 point half-time advantage at 34-20. SCC could not pull any closer in the second half and lost 68-46. 

700_7183.JPGAshley Savuas had another good night for SCC, scoring 19 points. Deja Davis added 11 points with 9 rebounds. 

SCC is now 8-9 overall and 2-5 in the NWAACC Northern Region. SCC travels to Northwest Indian College on Wednesday in a non-region game before starting the second half of the region schedule next Saturday at home against Everett CC. SCC beat NW Indian College earlier in the season, 100 to 51. SCC dropped the opening region game to EVCC back on January 5.
Ashley Savusa Named SCC Women's Basketball Player of the Week
300_4655.JPGFreshman Ashley Savusa from Kaimuki High School in Honolulu, HI was named the Shoreline Community College Women's Basketball Player of the Week for January 14-20, 2013.

Savusa was the only SCC player to score in double figures for the Lady Dolphins during the week, as she scored 17 points on Wednesday night against Skagit Valley and was in the leading scored in Saturday's night game against with Edmonds CC with 14 points.

SCC was defeated by Skagit Valley 84-42, but came back on Saturday to defeat Edmonds 59-56.

SCC is 8-7 on the season, 2-3 in the NWAACC Northern Region.

SCC faces Peninsula College on the road on Wednesday and then plays at home on Saturday against #7 ranked Whatcom CC at 2:00pm.
SCC Women's Basketball Defeats Edmonds 59-56
The Lady Dolphin Basketball held off a charging Edmonds CC team at the end of the game and the Shoreline CC team won a hard earned 59-56 win over the Tritons.

700_4436.JPGSCC opened the game strong, pushing to a 22-9 lead in the first half, but EDCC played tough, cutting the margin down to 4 points at half-time as SCC led 26-22. 

Shoreline controlled most of the 2nd half, hovering around an 8-10 point lead most of the period, but another late Edmonds push got the game within three points and the Tritons missed a late 3 pointer to tie the game with 6 seconds left and the Dolphins came away with a win.

Shoreline was led by Ashley Savusa 14 points and Bianca Benavides and Caitlin Roussopolos who added 11 points each.  Emily Wilbur had 11 rebounds for SCC before fouling out of the game.

SCC improved its record to 8-7 overall and 2-3 in the NWAACC Northern Region. Edmonds moved to 4-12 overall and 0-5 in the region.

Shoreline plays at Peninsula College in Port Angeles, WA on Wednesday night and returns home next Saturday to face Whatcom CC at 2:00pm in the SCC Gym.
Skagit Valley Doubles Up Lady Dolphins
The Shoreline Community College Lady Dolphin Basketball Team was beaten on Wednesday night in Mt. Vernon, WA by the Skagit Valley Cardinals, 84-42.

30S_4452.JPGAshley Savusa returning the line-up for the first time in the region season, scored 17 points for Shoreline, being the only Dolphin in double figures. SCC again had trouble scoring, shooting only 23.8% for the night, as SCC hit only 15 of 63 shots. Caitiin Rossopolos grabbed 9 rebounds for SCC.

Shoreline falls to 7-7 on the season and 1-3 in the NWAACC Northern Region. Skagit Valley improves to 10-7 overall and 2-2 in the region.

SCC faces rival Edmonds Community College on Saturday in the SCC Gym at 2:00 pm. ECC comes into the game with a 4-11 record and 0-4 in the region. SCC defeated ECC 68-55 at the NWAACC Crossover in Pasco, WA back in December.
Emily Wilbur Named SCC Women's Basketball Player of the Week
300_4629.JPGFreshman Emily Wilbur was named the Shoreline Community College "Women's Basketball Player of the Week" for the week of January 7-13.

Wilbur, a forward from Broadwater High School in Townsend, Montana, scored 38 points in two games (25 against Olympic College), had 20 rebounds, 2 assists and 4 steals in the 1-1 week for the Lady Dolphins.

SCC lost a 79-28 game to Bellevue on Wednesday, but bounced back and beat Olympic College on Saturday, 69-44.

SCC is 7-6 on the season and 1-2 in the NWAACC Northern Region. SCC faces Skagit Valley College on Wednesday in Mt. Vernon, WA at 5:00 pm.
Lady Dolphins Defeat Olympic College 69-44 Behind Wilbur's 25 Points
300_4629.JPGEmily Wilbur scored 25 points with 13 rebounds on Saturday as the Lady Dolphins defeated the Olympic College Rangers on Saturday at Olympic, 69-44. Maile Keanu added 14 points with 18 rebounds and Caitlin Roussopolos scored 15 with 8 rebounds for SCC as well.

SCC breaks a three game losing streak, including two games in the NWAACC Northern Region. SCC goes to 7-6 overall and 1-2 in the region. Olympic falls to 0-13 on the year, 0-3 in region.

The Lady Dolphins travel to Skagit Valley College on Wednesday to face the Cardinals. SVC is 9-7 on the year and 1-2 in the region, tied with SCC for 5th place in the North. Game time is 5:00pm
Lady Dolphins Drop 79-28 Game To Bellevue
The Shoreline Community College Women's Basketball Team was defeated on Wednesday night in the SCC Gym 79-28 to Bellevue College. 

300_4629.JPGCold shooting continues to trouble the team, as the team shot 22% for the game, hitting only 11 of 50 shots and only 1 of 10 from 3 point range.

Shoreline was led by Emily Wilbur who scored 13 points. She was the only Dolphin in double figures.

Shoreline is now 6-6 on the season and 0-2 in the NWAACC Northern Region. Bellevue moves to 9-6 overall and 2-0 in the region.

SCC faces Olympic College on Saturday at Olympic. Game time is 2:00 pm.