Saturday, October 29, 2011
SCC Women's Soccer Drops 1-0 Match To Green River CC
SCC Women's Soccer Drops 1-0 Game To Green River - The Lady Dolphin Soccer Team dropped an important match to Green River Community College Saturday, 1-0 at Dolphin Field on the SCC Campus. SCC now falls into 4th place in the region, with only the top three teams making the playoffs. SCC has two more matches next week, Wednesday at Whatcom Community College and then next Saturday at home against Edmonds CC.
Green River scored in the 26th minute and while Shoreline dominated much of the second half, they could not put the ball in the net.
SCC is 7-6-4 overall and and 7-5-2 in the region. Green River moves to 10-4-3 overall and 8-4-2 in the region.
Defense played well for SCC, but the Lady Dolphins could not score on Saturday.
Wednesday, October 26, 2011
SCC Women's Soccer Defeats Everett CC 2-0
The Lady Dolphin Soccer Team beat the Northern Region leading
Everett CC Trojans 2-0 on Wednesday at the Dolphin Soccer Field on the SCC
campus and pushed themselves into a 3 way tie for second place in the region.
After a scoreless first half, Taylyr McLean scored
for the SCC squad at the 59 minute mark. Everett then pushed the ball hard in
the Shoreline half of the field, but Kendra Holley scored on a
counter attack from an assist by Jenny Voss at the 74 minute mark that sealed
the victory for SCC.
SCC is now tied with Edmonds and Green River CCs
for second place in the region with identical 7-4-2 records in the NWAACC
Northern Region. Everett still leads the Northern region with a 9-4-0 record in
the region. SCC is 7-5-4 overall.
Shoreline plays Green River on Saturday at home at
Noon in a crucial game for both teams. The top three teams in the region go to
the NWAACC playoffs.
Kendra Holley scored for SCC
Monday, October 24, 2011
Kendra Holley and Lauren Schoonover Named SCC Women's Soccer Players of the Week
Kendra Holley and Lauren Schoonover Named SCC Women's Soccer
Players of the Week - Holley, a midfielder from Shorewood High School, and
Schoonover, a goal-keeper from Marysville-Pilchuck High School, helped lead SCC
to a 0-0 tie against Edmonds Community College on Wednesday. SCC had a forfeit
win over Skagit Valley College on Saturday.
SCC is 6-5-4 on the season, 6-4-2 in the region,
tied with Green River CC for third place in the NWAACC Northern Region. The top
three teams in the region go to the NWAACC Playoffs. SCC plays Everett
Community College on Wednesday at SCC at 2:00 PM. SCC beat the region leading
Trojans 2-1 on October 8th in Everett.
Holley and Schoonover's defense on Wednesday sent SCC to a 0-0 tie with Edmonds CC
Saturday, October 22, 2011
SCC Women's Soccer Wins By Forfeit
The Lady Dolphin Soccer Team had a walk-over on Saturday, as the Skagit Valley College team could not muster but 6 players for the game and had to forfeit the match.
SCC moves to 6-5-4 overall and 6-4-2 in the NWAACC Northern Region. SCC is tied with Green River for 3rd place in the region and the top three teams from each region go to the playoffs.
SCC plays Everett Community College on Wednesday at the SCC Soccer Field. Match time is 2:00 PM.
Thursday, October 20, 2011
SCC Women's Soccer Ties Edmonds 0-0
Shoreline Community College Lady Dolphins Soccer Team did not get a win, but
they broke their two game losing streak and tied the league leading Tritons
from Edmonds Community College 0-0 in a defensive struggle at the Starfire
Complex in Tukwila, WA on Wednesday. This was a home game for Edmonds, but they
could not use high school they normally play at, and their new Sports Complex
on campus was not ready for competition yet, so they were forced to move the
games to the Starfire Complex.
SCC is now 5-5-4 overall, 5-4-2 in the region. Edmonds is 11-5-1 overall and
7-3-1 in the region.
With the tie, SCC moves into a three way tie with Green River CC and Whatcom CC
for third place in the region, each team has a 5-4-2 record in the region. Each
region sends the top three teams to the NWAACC Playoffs. Shoreline plays Skagit
Valley College on Saturday at SCC at Noon. SCC beat SVC 7-0 in the first Northern
region game of the season, two weeks ago.
Goalies Dominated in the 0-0 Tie
Monday, October 17, 2011
SCC Names Baylee Jones-Johnson at Women's Soccer Player of the Wee
Jones played two strong games from her defensive back position this past week as SCC dropped two games to Green River and Whatcom CCs.
SCC is 5-5-3 on the season, 5-4-1 in the NWACC Northern Region and faces Edmonds CC on Wednesday at Noon at the Starfire Complex in Tukwila, WA in a crucial game for the Lady Dolphins. SCC is now 4th in the league, with only the top 3 teams in each going to the NWAACC Playoffs. Edmonds is tied with Everett in first place in the Northern Region.
Baylee Jones-Johnson, Women's Soccer Player of the Week
SCC Women's Soccer Wears Pink For Breast Cancer Awareness
The Lady Dolphin Soccer Team wore pink uniforms on Saturday in their match against Whatcom Community College to bring about more awareness breast cancer in women.
The SCC Lady Dolphin Soccer Team wore pink on Saturday, October 15th, to bring about more awareness of breast cancer in women.
Saturday, October 15, 2011
SCC Women's Soccer Drops 3-1 Match To Whatcom
The Lady Dolphin Soccer Team suffered a set-back in their
drive for the NWAACC playoffs on Saturday, dropping a 3-1 game at home against
Whatcom Community College. SCC had moved into 1st place in the NWAACC Northern
Region last Saturday, when they defeated Everett Community College at Everett,
but then dropped a game at Green River Community College on Wednesday at Green
River 3-0 and now Whatcom today at home.
Voss scored for SCC to tie the match about halfway through the second half.
Shoreline dominated the match at times but could not score again, and WCC
scored two late goals to win the game.
SCC is now 5-4-1 in the Northern Region and 5-5-3
overall. SCC is in 4th place in the region and the top three teams make the
NWAACC playoffs at the end of the season. Whatcom is now 4-4-2 in the region,
5-4-3 overall. Depending on the result between Edmonds CC and Green River later
this evening, SCC will could be 1, 2, or 3 points out of 3rd place.
SCC plays at Edmonds Community College on Wednesday.
Jenny Voss scored for SCC to tie the match in the second half.
Wednesday, October 12, 2011
SCC Women's Soccer Drops 3-0 Match To Green River CC
The Lady Dolphin Soccer Team dropped a 3-0 match to Green River on Wednesday in Auburn, WA. GRCC scored a late first half goal to go into halftime with a 1-0 lead and then scored two goals in 2 minutes at the 60 and 62 minute marks to put SCC away.
The SCC squad is now 5-4-3 overall, 5-3-1 in the NWAACC Northern Region. SCC was in first place before the game was played, but Green River now is in the lead with 17 points, compared to SCC's 16 points. But other games played today can change the standings as five teams in the region started Wednesday only 5 points apart.
SCC plays Whatcom CC on Saturday at Dolphin Field on the SCC campus at Noon.
Monday, October 10, 2011
• Mireya Saucedo and Lauren Schoonover Named Co-Players of the Week for SCC Women's Soccer:
Marysville-Pilchuck High School,
Saturday, October 08, 2011
Lady Dolphins Defeat Everett CC 2-1 Short-Handed
Thursday, October 06, 2011
Lady Dolphin Soccer Beats Skagit Valley 6-0
* Women's Soccer Player of the Week - Sara Gilmore
Sara Gilmore, a freshman forward from Ballard High School, has been named SCC Women's Soccer Player of the Week. Gilmore scored the tying goal against Bellevue College on Saturday, but SCC gave up a another goal later in the game to drop the match.
SCC is now 3-3-3 on the year, 3-2-1 in the NWAACC Northern Region and will play at Skagit Valley College on Wednesday in Mt. Vernon, WA. SCC along with 2 other teams in the region are tied for 3rd place with 10 points, while two teams are tied for first with 12 points.
Saturday, October 01, 2011
* Lady Dolphin Soccer Drops 2-1 Match To Bellevue
The SCC Women's Soccer team ended its Western Region part of its schedule with a 2-1 loss to Bellevue College on Saturday at Bellevue. BC scored in the third minute of game to take an early lead, but SCC scored in the 12th minute on a goal by Sara Gilmore. Gabriella Rodriguez scored her second goal for BC in the 65th minute for the win.
SCC is now 3-3-3 overall and 3-2-1 in the Northern Region and are in a three way tie for 3rd in the region. Only 2 points separate the top five teams in the region as Edmonds CC and Everett CC are tied for 1st with 12 points and SCC, Green River CC and Whatcom CC are tied for third with 10 points. Skagit Valley College is in last with 0 points. NWAACC Northern Region play begins this week, with each team playing the other home and away. Games against the Western Region counted in the standings as mandatory NWAACC crossover games.
SCC plays at Skagit Valley College on Wednesday at 2 p.m.in Mt. Vernon, WA.
SCC's Kendra Holley pushes the ball up the field