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Women's basketball midseason preview

With not a single win on the record, last year’s women’s basketball season was undoubtedly one of the worst in the history of SCC athletics. However, with their victories over Green River earlier this season, the Phins have dragged themselves up to sixth place out of eight in Washington’s north region of the Northwest Athletic Conference.
This is the midseason analysis. It covers what’s changed from last year: what the Phins are doing well and what they could be doing better.

Offense:

Kicking it with the Phins' Goalie: Women's soccer comeback story


The SCC womens soccer team took 3rd place in the Northwest Athletic Conference (NWAC)
Championship Tournament for the first time in 7 years, defeating two regional champions
despite only placing third out of six in Washington’s north region.
The Phins nearly lost their playoff seat to Whatcom, which had originally placed third in the
region. To make it, the Phins had to score a definitive win against Whatcom. Exceptionally

Student housing project a threat to soccer field


The SCC soccer field is a possible location for on-campus dorms, according to the Board of Trustees which recently approved a feasibility study.

Soccer coach's greatest goal puts the players first

A victory against the Bellevue Bulldogs on Nov. 4 moved the Shoreline women’s soccer team
into the second round of the Northwest Athletic Conference (NWAC) playoffs. Post­season glory
is in sight for those on the field, but first year SCC head coach Matt Dorman knows that what is
happening on the field is the result of many smaller battles and the collective purpose of those
battles is worth more than just a win or a loss.

New baseball coach plans to focus on fundementals and team cohesion

Shoreline Community College has a new head coach who is determined to take the ram last season.men’s baseball program to the next level.

Last season, Travis Fox worked beside Dave Snell as co-head coach of the 10-24 Dolphin baseball program.

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