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Lisa Day Named SCC Volleyball Player of the Week

Sophomore outside hitter Lisa Day, a Ballard High School graduate, wasD30_4059_sc.jpg named the final SCC Volleyball Player of the Week for 2011. Day, the two time NWAACC Northern Region MVP, had 47 kills in the three matches at the NWAACC Volleyball Championship over the weekend at Mt. Hood Community College, including 14 kills in a 2-3 loss to Mt. Hood CC in the second lisa-day.jpground of the tournament, Mt. Hood went on to win the NWAACC Championship. Day also had 4 serving aces, 40 digs and 1 block assist for the weekend.

SCC finished 24-12 on the year and won the NWAACC Northern Region Championship for the second year in a row.

SCC Goes 1-2 At NWAACC Volleyball Championship

The Lady Dolphin Volleyball Team started off strong at the NWAACC Volleyball Championship, defeating Yakima Valley CC in the opening round 3-1 (25-21, 23-25, 27-25, 25-11) and going up 2-0 on Mt. Hood CC before the air was deflated from the sails. Mt. Hood came back to defeat SCC 3-2 (23-25, 22-25, 26-16, 25-22, 15-10) and send SCC to the Loser's Bracket.

SCC then faced their Northern Region rival, Bellevue College, but lost a tough opening set 28-26 and never came back as they dropped the second set 25-20 and were eliminated from the tournament (Loser Bracket matches are only 2 out of 3).

D30_3589_sc.jpgIn the match against Yakima Valley, 2 time Northern Region MVP, Lisa Day, led the SCC squad with 21 kills in the match while Amanda Arnoux and Hannah Stoeve added 12 and 11 kills to the SCC effort. SCC setter Christine Jenson added 47 assists in the win as well.  In the backbreaking loss to Mt. Hood CC, Lisa day again led the SCC team with 14 kills while freshman Jazmyn Ray added 13 and Amanda Arnoux hit double figures again with 10. But SCC only hit 0.091 has a team, and struggled to get past the MHCC blocks in the final three games.

Against Bellevue, the Lady Dolphins were sluggish to start the game butD30_9266_sc.jpg started a comeback and served for the first set at 24-23, but the Lady Bulldogs fought back and won the opening set 28-26. SCC fell behind the second set by 5 to 6 points most of the way, but did battle back again to get within 2 points, at 22-20, but BC put the Dolphins away to win the match 25-20 in the best of 3 games loser bracket game.


SCC finished the season 24-12 and won the NWAACC Northern Region for the second consecutive year. SCC had 6 sophomore players on the teams, including 2 time region MVP, Lisa Day. SCC finished 1-2 the past two seasons at the NWAACC Volleyball Championship. This was the only back to back NWAACC Northern Region Championships in volleyball history. The SCC women’s soccer team won four straight region championships before.

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SCC Volleyball Has Four All-Northern Region Players
The NWAACC Northern Region Champions SCC Volleyball Team placed 2 players on the first team for All-Northern Region and one on the second, plus the Regional MVP. SCC sophomores Christine Jenson, a setter, and middle hitter Hannah Stoeve were named to the 1st Team All-Region Team, along with Lisa Day who was the MVP for the region. Middle Hitter Jazmyn Ray was selected to the 2nd Team.

SCC is currently 23-10 on the season and a #1 Seed at the NWAACC Volleyball Championships that begin Thursday at Mt. Hood Community College. SCC plays Yakima Valley CC tomorrow at 11:30 A
M in the opening round.

SCC Volleyball Has Three Players Chosen For NWAACC All-Star Games
The Lady Dolphin Volleyball Team had three players chosen to play in the NWAACC Volleyball All-Star Games on Sunday in Gresham, WA at Mt. Hood Community College. NWAACC Northern Region MVP Lisa Day along with setter Christine Jenson and middle hitter Hannah Stoeve were picked to represent that NWAACC Northern Region along with 9 other players from division. 

SCC sophomores Laura Postor and Amanda Arnoux were picked as alternates and Arnoux will compete on Sunday in the place of an injured players from Olympic College.
Lisa Day Named NWAACC Northern Region MVP For Second Year

Lisa Day, the sophomore outside hitter from Ballard High School was named the NWAACC Northern Region's Most Valuable Player for the second year in a row. Day was also named to the NWAACC Northern Region All-Star Team.

 

DayIn the two seasons Day has played for SCC, the Lady Dolphins have won two NWAACC Northern Region Championships and have went to the NWAACC Volleyball Championship. The team is 23-10 this season, 8-2 in the Northern Region. Day is also an outstanding student, being named to the NWAACC All-Academic Team as well.

 

The SCC Volleyball Team will start play in the NWAACC Volleyball Championship at 11:30 AM in Gresham, OR at Mt. Hood Community College against Yakima Valley Community College on Thursday. The 16 team double elimination tournament will conclude on Sunday.

 

The NWACC Volleyball All-Star games will be played on Sunday as well.

Kelly Klebeck Named SCC Volleyball Player of the Week:

klebeck.jpgKlebeck,  sophomore outside hitter from Blanchet High School in Seattle, WA was named the SCC Volleyball Player of the Week for her efforts against Bellevue College on Tuesday night as the Lady Dolphins won the NWAACC Northern Region Championship from the Lady Bulldogs. Klebeck had 6 kills, 1 solo block and 1 block assistant as SCC defeated BC 23-25, 25-15, 25-20 and 25-19.

SCC is 23-10 on the year and finish the season at NWAACC Volleyball Championship at Mt. Hood Community College (Oregon) starting on Thursday at 11:30 AM against Yakima Valley Community College. The 16 team, double elimination tournament concludes on Sunday.

SCC has won the NWAACC Northern Region two years in a row and finished tied for 12th at the NWAACC Championship last year with 1 win and 2 losses at the event.

SCC's Lisa Day Named NWAACC Northern Region Player of the Week
The sophomore outside hitter from Ballard High School, garnered her second consecutive award in two weeks, as Lisa Day was named the Offensive Player of the Week in NWAACC Northern Region for Week 10 of the volleyball season. Last Week, Day was named the NWAACC Defensive Player of the Week for week 9.

This is the third time Lisa has won the NWAACC Northern Region Offensive Player of the Week for the season.

Day was the NWAACC Northern Region MVP in 2010. The Lady Dolphins won their second consecutive NWAACC Northern Region Championship on Tuesday, when they defeated Bellevue College for the championship. Last season, SCC shared the title with Whatcom CC.

SCC travels to Mt. Hood Community College next week to represent the Northern Region as a #1 Seed in the NWAACC Volleyball Championship. They face Yakima Valley Community College on November 17th at 11:30 AM to open the tournament. YVCC is the #4 seed from the East Region.
Lauren Deatrick Named NWAACC Defensive Player of the Week
SCC's Lauren Deatrick is Named NWAACC Defensive Player of the Week - For the second consecutive week, SCC has the NWAACC Defensive Player of the Week, as Lauren Deatrick, a freshman from Shorecrest High School, wins the award for Week 10. Lisa Day won the award for SCC last week.

Deatrick had 6 serving aces while serving 96% of her serves in, with 21 digs in in 8 sets for the week. SCC defeated Everett CC and lost Whatcom CC in their two matches for the week.

SCC is 23-10 for the season and the NWAACC Northern Region Champions, the team will compete in the NWAACC Volleyball Championship next week in Gresham, Or at Mt. Hood Community College.
Lisa Day Named NWAACC Volleyball Defensive Player of the Week
Lisa Day Named NWAACC Defensive Player of the Week - SCC's Volleyball Player, Lisa Day, was named the NWAACC Defensive Player of the Week for week 9 of the season. Day, the NWAACC Northern Region Player of the Year of 2010, had 96 digs and 12 blocks in 20 sets for the Dolphins. SCC defeated Edmonds at home and went 5-2 at the Mt. Hood, Or Volleyball Tournament during the week.

SCC returns of Mt. Hood next week to open play at the NWAACC Volleyball Championship as the Northern Region Champions.
Laura Postor Named SCC's Volleyball Player of the Week
Laura Postor, a sophomore defensive specialist from Shorewood High School was named the SCC Volleyball Player of the Week. Laura had 23 digs in a win against Everett Community College and a loss to Whatcom Community College.

The Lady Dolphin Volleyball Team is 23-10 on the season and will travel next week to Mt. Hood, OR to play in the NWAACC Volleyball Tournament. SCC won the NWAACC Northern Region and will be one of the four #1 seeds at the tournament. SCC opens up with Yakima Valley Community College at 11:30 AM on November 17th.
SCC Volleyball Beats Bellevue College To Win Northern Region

The Lady Dolphins dropped the opening set of the match to BellevueSCC Celebrates A PointCollege on Tuesday night in the BC Gym, but then came storming back to win three straight games to the take the NWAACC Northern Region Championship in impressive fashion, 3 games to 1, over Bellevue and win the region with a 8-2 record. Both teams had entered the final game of the regular season with 7-2 region records.

 

In an atmosphere that felt like a home game for SCC, with the full SCC softball team in the BC Gym and members of the SCC men's and women's basketball teams, plus parents and friends of the SCC volleyball team, the Lady Dolphins had plenty of support for their championship battle.

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Sophomores Lisa Day and Hannah Stoeve led SCC with 15 kills each while freshman Jazmyn Ray added 14. Sophomore Setter Christine Jensen had 49 assists.

 

SCC is 23-10 overall and now will be one of the four #1 Seeds at the NWAACC Volleyball Championship next week in Mt. Hood, Oregon. Bellevue falls to 20-11 on the season and 7-3 in the region.


Shoreline will face Yakima Valley Community College on November 17th at 11:30 AM in the first round of the NWAACC Volleyball Championship.

SCC Wins

SCC Ranked 6th In NWAACC
After a great showing at the Mt. HoodV-Ball-2011_D30_0592.jpg Tournament last weekend, the SCC Lady Dolphin Volleyball Team moved from being unranked to 6th in the NWAACC Volleyball Poll. Mt. Hood who beat SCC in the finals of the Mt. Hood Tournament in five games is ranked #1. Linn-Benton who SCC beat 2 out of 3 matches last weekend is #5.

Bellevue, who SCC faces on Tuesday for the NWAACC Northern Region Championship is ranked 8th. The SCC/Bellevue match is Tuesday night at 7:00 PM at Bellevue College.
SCC Volleyball Pounds Everett CC, Plays Bellevue For Championship On Tuesday
The Lady Dolphin Volleyball Team pounded Everett CC on Friday night in Everett, 25-8, 25-18, 25-10. Lisa Day had 11 kills and Hannah Stoeve had 10 to led SCC.

SCC is now 22-10 on the season and 7-2 in the NWAACC NorthernD30_9174_sc.jpg Region. Bellevue College lost to Olympic College on Friday as well and dropped their region record to 7-2 too. SCC plays Bellevue on Tuesday night at Bellevue, with the winner taking the Northern Region crown and a #1 seed at the NWAACC Championship.
SCC Drops Match To Whatcom 3-2

A sluggish Shoreline CC Volleyball team dropped a match to Whatcom CC on Wednesday night in the SCC Gym, 3-2, as SCC still looked tired from its long weekend marathon tournament at Mt. Hood last Friday and Saturday. 

SCC won the opening set of the match 25-20, but WCC came right back to win the second match 25-17. SCC took control of the match by coming back to win the third game, 27-25, but Whatcom would not quit and dropped SCC in the 4th set, 25-21. Whatcom jumped out to a quick lead in the 5th and deciding game and SCC could not come back and lost 15-10.

Jazmyn Ray led SCC with 16 kills and Hannah Stoeve had 14. Lisa Day added 13 kills with 3 ace serves and Amanda Arnoux rounded out the SCC offense with 12 kills. Setter Christine Jenson had 51 assists for SCC.

SCC is now 21-10 on the season, 6-2 in the NWAACC Northern Region. SCC is in second place in the region and finishes the season on the road, at Everett CC on Friday night and at Bellevue College next Tuesday night.

SCC honored six sophomore players on the night, playing their last home games in SCC gym. Lisa Day, Christine Jenson, Kelly Klebeck, Amanda Arnoux, Hannah Stoeve and Laura Postor are in their last year for SCC after putting together two very successful seasons for SCC.

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SCC Volleyball Played Final Home Game of Year

Amanda Arnoux Named SCC Women's Volleyball Player of the Week
Amanda Arnoux, sophomore hitter from Nathan Hale Higarnoux.jpgh School, was named the SCC Volleyball Player of the Week for her efforts against Edmonds Community College on Wednesday (3-0 SCC victory) and at the Mt. Hood tournament over the weekend (SCC went 5-2).

SCC plays Whatcom CC on Wednesday this week and Everett CC on Friday. Whatcom is the final home game for the season and SCC will honor 6 sophomore players. Game time is 7:00 PM.