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The SCC Men's Soccer Has Another Second Half Collapse, Drop 6-0 Match To Whatcom:
The Dolphin Soccer Team is battling second half collapses as it reaches the halfway point in its season. SCC is 0-8-0 on the season so far and has 8 more mat
ches to go in 2012. 

In the past three matches, SCC has been tied with Everett CC 1-1 at half, down 1-0 to Clark College at half and 0-0 with Whatcom at half, but has allowed 14 goals in the second half of those games combined to lose 5-1, 5-0 and 6-0.

The Dolphins travel to Chemeketa Community College on Saturday in Salem, OR and hope to right the ship with the Storm. CCC is 2-3-4 on the season, and 2-0-2 in the Southern Region. Match time is 2:00pm.
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SCC Men's Soccer Vs Clark College Now On YouTube
SCC Men's Soccer Vs Clark College Now On YouTube:

SCC Men's Soccer drops 5-0 match to #4 Ranked Clark College on Saturday at Dolphin Field on the SCC Campus. SCC was only down 1-0 at half, but Clark scored 3 goals in 8 minutes to open the second and blow the game wide open.

Video by FX Video

View game at this link:

http://youtu.be/ETDwjExLUy8
SCC Names Miguel Gonzalez "SCC Men's Soccer Player of the Week"
300_2860s.jpgThe Shoreline Community College Athletic Department named freshman Miguel Gonzalez, as the SCC Men's Soccer Player of the Week. Miguel scored the lone goal for SCC during the week of September 17-23, as the Long Beach, CA native gave SCC a 1-0 lead against Everett CC on Wednesday in Everett, but SCC still lost the match 5-1.

SCC is now 0-7-0 on the season and 0-4-0 in the NWAACC Northern Region. SCC travels to Whatcom Community College this Wednesday to face the Orcas and then go to Salem, OR on Saturday to face Chemeketa Community College.
SCC Men's Soccer Vs Trinity Lutheran now available on YouTube:
Clark College Overwhelms SCC Men's Soccer In Second Half
The struggling SCC Men's Soccer Team played a good first half on Saturday vs the #4 ranked Clark College's Men's Soccer Team, battling hard and trailing 1-0 at the break, but Clark 
exploded for three goals in 8 minutes and Borce Atanasov scored three total goals for the Penguins as Clark went on to a 5-0 victory over the Dolphins at Dolphin Field.

300_2563s.jpgClark struck in the 10th minute of the first half on Atanasov's first goal, but SCC defense toughened and SCC had several chances to tie the score, but could not and the game went to half at 1-0.

But Clark blew the game wide open by scoring goals in the 50th, 53rd and 58th minutes for a 4-0 lead. CC scored again in the 79th minute to close the scoring.

SCC is now 0-7-0 on the year, 0-4-0 in the NWAACC Northern Region. Clark improved to 6-1-2 overall and 3-0-1 in the NWAACC Southern Region. The Penguins are ranked 4th in the NWAACC Men's Soccer ratings.

The Dolphins face Whatcom Community College on Wednesday in Bellingham, WA at 4:15pm at Orca Field.
SCC Athletics Names Javier Perez "Men's Soccer Player of the Week"
The Shoreline Community College Athletic Department named Javier Perez "Men's Soccer Player of the Week" for his efforts during the week of September 10-16.

Javier scored 2 goals in a 3-2 loss to Southwestern Oregon CC last Saturday and also scored a single goal in the 6-2 loss to Trinity Lutheran on September 11. Javier has scored 4 of the 6 SCC goals this season so far.

SCC is off to a 0-6-0 start and play again on Saturday, at 2:15pm against Clark College from Vancouver, WA.
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SCC Men's Soccer Loses 5-1 To Everett CC On Wednesday
300_2633s.jpgThe Shoreline Community College Men's Soccer Team dropped a 5-1 decision to Everett Community College on Wednesday in Everett, WA.

SCC started the match strong, scoring the first goal of the game in the 4th minute, as Miguel Gonzales scored for SCC. But the lead only lasted 5 minutes, as EVCC tied the score in the 9th minute. The defenses tightened up for the rest of the half and teams ended the first 45 minutes in a 1-
1 tie.

But it was all Everett CC in the second half, as the Trojans scored in the 62nd and 68nd minutes to grab a 3-1 lead and then put the match away with 2 late goals.

The struggling Dolphins moved to 0-6-0 on the season and 0-3-0 in the Northern Region. Everett improved to 3-2-0 overall and 2-1-0 in the region. 

SCC faces Clark College on Saturday at 2:15pm on the SCC Campus at Dolphin Field. The game can be seen online at:http://www.livestream.com/fx_video
Javier Perez Scores Two Goals For SCC, But Not Enough As SCC Drops 3-2 Match To SWOCC
Freshman Javier Perez scored 2 goals for the Shoreline Community College Men's Soccer Team, but it was not enough on Saturday in Coos Bay, OR, as the Dolphins dropped a 3-2 match to Southwest Oregon Community College.

Perez has scored 4 of the 5 goals SCC has scored so far this season as the Dolphins drop to 0-5-0 on the year.

Shoreline returns to action on Wednesday as it plays its first Northern Region opponent, Everett CC in Everett, WA at 4:15pm. The Dolphins return home on Saturday, to face Clark College on Dolphin Field at 2:00pm
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SCC Names Javier Perez "Men's Soccer Player of the Week"
The Shoreline Community College Athletic Department named freshman Javier Perez as the "Men's Soccer Player of the Week" for September 3-9 as Javier scored the first goal of the season for the Dolphins in a tough 2-1 loss to Pierce College on September 8th. 

Javier scored on a header in the 32nd minute from an assistant by Sang Lee to give SCC a 1-0 lead. But Pierce College came back to score to goals to ruin the home opener for the Dolphins.

SCC is 0-4 on the season and plays at SW Oregon CC today at 2:00pm.
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SCC Men's and Women's Soccer At Southwestern Oregon CC
The Shoreline Community College Soccer Teams are on the road today at Coos Bay, OR, to face Southwestern Oregon Community College. Today's games count in the Northern Region standings as mandatory crossover matches between the NWAACC Northern Region and Southern Region.

The Lady Dolphins are 2-2 overall and 1-0 in the region standings hope to improve today against the 0-3 Lakers who have been outscored 18 to 1 in their
 3 games so far. SCC dropped a 3-1 match on Tuesday against Trinity Lutheran College, a four year college in Everett, WA.

The Dolphin's men team hopes to pick up its first win of the season, as SCC is 0-4 on the early season and faces a 1-2 Laker team that has allowed 13 goals in the 3 games. SCC dropped a 6-2 match to Trinity Lutheran on Tuesday as well.

Both SCC teams face their first NWAACC Northern Region game on Wednesday against Everett Community College on the road before returning home on Saturday, September 22 to face Clark College.
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SCC Men's Soccer Vs Trinity Lutheran Photo Album Added
The Shoreline Community College Men's Soccer match vs Trinity Lutheran College photo album has been added to the SCC Athletic Facebook page at: https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.10151044399707405.422086.105347137404&type=1
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SCC Men's Soccer Drops 6-2 Match To Trinity Lutheran
The "Return" of George Dremousis to Shoreline CC was a victorious return, as TLC dropped the Dolphins 6-2 on Tuesday afternoon in the bright sunshine of Dolphin Field.

Trinity started off fast, scoring two quick goals but SCC pulled back within 1 goal on a penalty kick my Javier Perez. But TLC scored again before the half ended to lead 3-1 at intermission.

Trinity scored again to start the second half, SCC cut it to 4-2 on a goal by Miguel Gonzales. But Trinity finished off the Dolphins with two more goals to win the match 6-2.

SCC is now 0-4 on the season while Trinity improved to 6-3-1.

The 300_2915s.jpgDolphins travel to Coos Bay, Oregon on Saturday to face Southwest Oregon Community College at 2:15pm.
SCC Men's Soccer Shows Improvement, But Drops 2-1 Match To Pierce College:
The SCC Men's Soccer Team, showed drastic improvement on Saturday, but still lost a 2-1 game to the Pierce College. After dropping two match last week, 7-0 and 6-0 at the NWAACC Friendlies Tournament, the Dolphins hoped to rebound at home on Saturday, and even took the lead in the first half 1-0 on a beautiful header by Javier Perez at the 31 minute mark. 

But Pierce tied the game late in the first h
alf and scored again with 15 minutes left in the game to bring home the win.

SCC drops to 0-3 on the season and 0-1 in the NWAACC Northern Region. Pierce goes to 3-1 and 1-0.

SCC faces Trinity Lutheran College on Tuesday at 4:15pm. TLC brings back former SCC Head Coach George Dremousis who coached the Dolphins for 11 years before moving to Trinity last year after the Dolphins season ended. TLC is a four year college associated with the National Christian College Association. 

Current SCC Head Coach, Steve Neff, played for Coach Dremousis and was an assistant coach under him.
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Yassine Kilani Has Been Named The SCC Men's Soccer Player of the Week:
Sophomore Yassine Kilani was name the "Men's Soccer Player of the Week" for the Shoreline Community College on Friday for the week of August 27 to September 2. 

Yassine played tough defense in two losses during the week at the NWAACC Friendlies tournament. The Dolphins dropped the games to the Community College of Spokane and Tacoma Community College. 

SCC plays on Saturday at home against Pierce College at 2:15pm. The game can be watched on "Online" athttp://livestre.am/11rVr

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SCC Men's Soccer Struggles In Opening Games
SCC Men's Soccer Struggles In Opening Games - Hope to rebound in Home Opener On September 8th.

SCC's new Head Men's Soccer Coach, Steve Neff, opened his first campaign at Shoreline CC in the fashion that most coaches dread in their nightmares, a very bad one. SCC dropped its opening match 7-0 to the Community Colleges of Spokane and then 6-0 to Tacoma Community College at the NWAACC Friendlies To
urnament at the Starfire Complex on Tuesday/Wednesday, August 28-29.

In the opener against the CC of Spokane, the Bigfoot scored early and often to lead 4-0 at halftime and added three more goals in the second half.

Against Tacoma, SCC showed improvement, holding the score to 0-0 late into the first half but gave up a goal right before the half ended. SCC had shown more offense, with several more corner kicks and penetration into the TCC territory than against Spokane. But all came apart in the second half, as the Dolphins gave up an early goal and then the flood gates opened, as TCC scored 4 more goals in just a few minutes to put SCC down 6-0.

SCC will face Pierce College on Saturday, September 8th, in the first region counting game for the Dolphins. The NWAACC Northern Region plays mandatory games against the NWAACC Southern Region this season, the games count in the region standings for both divisions. 

But on the positive front, the SCC roster will have several new players on it by the 8th, as new players have been added to team so Coach Neff hopes the new players will add depth to the roster and a better scoring punch, plus sure up the defense.

Game time on the 8th 2:15pm, after the Lady Dolphins play Clackamas at Noon. The game will be at Dolphin Field on the SCC campus.

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