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SCC Women's Soccer Players of the Week (Catch Up Time)
SCC Women's Soccer Players of the Week (Catch Up Time):

October 30-November 4:

Elle Blume - The freshman from Bishop Blanchet High School had 2 assists against Green River CC in a 3-0 win and then scored a goal against Skagit Valley Colle
ge in a 4-1 victory to secure a spot in the NWAACC Women's Soccer Playoffs.

November 5-11:

Kayla Browne and Lauren Schoonover - In the NWAACC Playoffs against Highline CC and Clackamas CC, Schoonover tosses two 90+ minutes shutouts, but loses to CCC in overtime in the quarter-finals. Kayla Browne took a loose ball in front of the Highline CC net and puts it in the goal in the 88th minute in SCC's 1-0 victory in the opening round of the NWAACC Playoffs.

November 12-20:

Angela Celedon - The freshman from Tacoma has an assist for the East-West team at the NWAACC Women's All-Star Soccer Match at the NWAACC Soccer Championships at the Starfire Complex in Tukwila, WA. The North-South team wins the match, 2-1.

The Lady Dolphins finish the season 10-6-4 with 7 freshmen starters and had the best run in the NWAACC Playoffs since 2008 when the SCC squad was 3rd in the NWAACC.

SCC Women's Soccer Match Vs Clackamas Community College Now Available On YouTube:
SCC Women's Soccer Match Vs Clackamas Community College Now Available On YouTube:

The Lady Dolphins Soccer Team quarter final loss to Clackamas Community College in Oregon City, OR 1-0 in overtime is now available on the SCC Athletic YouTube site.

SCC's Angela Celedon Is Named NWAACC All-Star For Women's Soccer
300_7917.JPGFreshman Angela Celedon has been named to the NWAACC's North -South All-Star Team for 2012. Celedon will play on Sunday, November 18th at the Starfire Soccer Complex in Tukwila, WA against the East-West All-Stars.

Celedon scored 11 goals for SCC this season from her forward position. Angela is from Wilson High School in Tacoma. WA.

The Dolphins finished their season with a 10-6-4 record and made it to the quarter-finals of the NWAACC Women's Soccer Playoffs.

Lady Dolphins Soccer Ends Season In Overtime at Clackamas
The Shoreline Community College Women's Soccer Team dropped a tough 1-0 match to Clackamas Community College on Saturday night at the Oregon High School Stadium in the NWAACC Quarter Finals.

300_7331.JPGIt took 96 minutes for the loss to occur, as both teams fought to a 0-0 tie in regulation but Tayler Ficek took a loose ball in front of the SCC goal 6 minutes into overtime and put it in the net for a Cougar win and send SCC h
ome from the NWAACC Playoffs. Ficek had won last year's quarter-final match for Clackamas in overtime as well against Green River CC.

The Lady Dolphins finished the season at 10-6-4 and was tied for 2nd in the NWAACC Northern Region. The SCC squad missed the playoffs last season when they lost a "Play-In" game against Edmonds CC. The team was freshman dominated with 4 sophomores on the squad. 

Clackamas is now 14-3 on the year and will advance to the NWAACC Soccer Championship next weekend at the Starfire Complex in Tukwila.
Lady Dolphins Defeat Highline CC 1-0, Advance To Play On Saturday:
The Shoreline CC Women's Soccer Team defeated Highline Community College on Wednesday at the Starfire Complex in Tukwila, WA 1-0 to advance to the quarter-finals of the NWA
ACC Women's Soccer Playoffs. SCC travels to Clackamas Community College on Saturday to play the Cougars at 7:00pm at the Oregon City High School Field.

300_7181s.jpgKayla Browne scored for SCC in the 88th minute from an assist by Maria Reyes as HCC did not clear a SCC corner kick well and SCC jumped on the chance to score in the closing minutes.

SCC moved to 10-5-4 on the season while Highline dropped to 10-6-5 to end their season. The Dolphins now face the Southern Region Champions in Clackamas, but a team the Dolphins beat earlier in the season, 1-0 at Dolphin Field. CCC is 13-3-0 overall and feature the toughest defense in the NWAACC, allowing only 7 goals in 16 matches.

If SCC wins on Saturday they will advance to the NWAACC Final Four at the Starfire Complex next weekend.
SCC Women's Soccer Will Play Highline Community College
SCC Women's Soccer Will Play Highline Community College at Starfire Stadium on Wednesday at 1:00 PM:

The Lady Dolphin Soccer Team will open the NWAACC Soccer Playoffs on Wednesday at 1:00 PM against Highline Community College at the Starfire Complex in Tukwila, WA at 1:00 PM.

SCC finished third in the NWAACC Northern Region with an overall record of 9-5-4. Highline finished the season as the #2 seed from the West Region with a 10-5-5 record. SCC and Highline did not play during the regular season.

The winner of this match will travel to Clackamas CC on Saturday to play CCC with the winner of that match advancing to the NWAACC Final Four Championship. SCC did beat Clackamas 1-0 at home during the season.
Shoreline Community College Converted on Skagit Valley College Penalties for a 4-1 Win
It was an exciting day at Dolphin Field right from the start. The Shoreline Community College Women's Soccer Team took on Skagit Valley College for their final match of the season. SCC needed a win in order to secure a playoff spot.

The Dolphins came out ready with Rebekah Tenbroek-Hansen converting a header from a corner by Angela Celedon in the 2nd minute of play. Although there was no score again until the 37th minute the intensity of play continued. The next score came from Ashlann Wood, her first of the season, on a free kick from mid-field!

SCC was not done for the half even with a 2-0 lead. They kept the pressure on Skagit Valley goalie Jordan Bougher in the box. On a very controversial hand ball call against SVC in the box Sara Gilmore of SCC was given a penalty kick. Gilmore converted to put SCC up 3-0 going into the half.

In the second half both teams came out very aggressive but were not able to convert. In the75th minute SVC was finally able to convert. Sarah Tuemmler scored on a cross from Cody White. In the 77th minute SCC goalie Lauren Schoonover received a yellow card in the box giving Skagit Valley a chance to score and make it a 3-2 game. SVC was not able to convert hitting the sidebar of the goal. With this relief the Dolphins were able to extend their lead to 4-1 when Elle Blume converted on a corner kick from Sara Gilmore.

Penalties were a major issue for SVC in this game and SCC was able to covert for a comfortable 4-1 win. This win puts SCC in 3rd place in the Northern Region and qualifies them for NWAACC Playoffs. SCC will take on Highline Community College on Wednesday, November 7th. Times and location are yet to be determined. Be sure to check online at for updates.