Men’s and Women’s Basketball host Everett Community College on Wednesday, March 1st. This is the last home game of the season and we will be celebrating the Sophomores in their final home games as Shoreline Dolphins. The Women will tip off at 5:30pm with the Men following at 7:30pm. The game carries extra weight for the Men’s team as they look […]Read more ›
Baseball and Softball are in full swing and each program took to the road over the weekend for some cross-region match ups. Baseball opened their season 4-0 with doubleheader sweeps of West Region teams Centralia and Green River. On Saturday, March 11th the Phins braved mountain passes to travel to Pendleton, Oregon for a doubleheader against Blue Mountain out of […]
Men’s Basketball entered the NWAC Tournament on a hot stretch having won 8 of their last 9 games to win the North Region championship. In their first round match up with Mt. Hood the Phins dominated for stretches of the first half. Shoreline led by as many as 15 points, but struggled to put Mt. Hood away. The Saints closed […]
Baseball opened the first week of their season with two inter-regional doubleheaders. On Wednesday, March 1st the Phins hosted Centralia from the West Region. In game 1 the Phins started Trey Lopez on the bump and got a quality performance from the Freshmen. Lopez had an efficient outing, throwing just 79 pitches through 7 and 2/3s innings. Lopez scattered 4 […]
Five members of the Men’s and Women’s Basketball teams received All North Region honors for their effort on the basketball court, while three more student-athletes were recognized for their hard work in the class room. Men’s Basketball won the North Region Title and swept all three major North Region awards. Dana Abe was named the North Region Most valuable Player after […]
After a 68-65 loss to Bellevue College on January 25th the Shoreline Dolphins found themselves at 2-3 in the North Region. The Phins trailed 1st place Peninsula by 2 games and sat in 5th place in the North Region standings. Nine games later Shoreline is celebrating their 1st North Region championship since 2010 and only the 4th Region championship in […]
Men’s and Women’s Basketball hosted Olympic College on Saturday, February 25th in their penultimate game of the season. Women’s Basketball entered their contest having been eliminated from NWAC Tourney contention in their loss to Bellevue College on Wednesday, February 22nd. Playing for pride the Phins used a dominating 1st quarter to cruise to a 70-60 victory. Shoreline jumped out to […]
Volleyball entered the NWAC Championships as one of the hottest teams in the NWAC riding a 9 match winning streak over the course of the final month of the season. Unfortunately...
The Fall Sports Season is nearing an end but the Shoreline Dolphins continue to be recognized for their work on the field and court as well as in the classroom. Women’s...
Men’s Basketball entered the NWAC Tournament on a hot stretch having won 8 of their last 9 games to win the North Region championship. In their first round match up...
Five members of the Men’s and Women’s Basketball teams received All North Region honors for their effort on the basketball court, while three more student-athletes...
Basketball Recap – Men’s Basketball Takes Control of the North
In front of a raucous crowd of faculty, staff, administration and students on “Pack the Stands Night”...February 23, 2017 at 4:12 pm
In front of a raucous crowd of faculty, staff, administration and students on “Pack the Stands Night” the Shoreline Men’s Basketball team rose to the top of the North Region standings. By defeating Bellevue College on Wednesday night the Phins won their 7th straight game and are now in sole possession of 1st place in the North Region standings. Shoreline […]Read more ›
Men’s and Women’s Basketball made their final road trips of the season as they traveled to Mt. Vernon to take on Skagit Valley College. Both of our teams are in playoff contention as each game becomes more and more important down the stretch of the North Region schedule. Women’s Basketball entered their contest with Skagit Valley just outside of the […]Read more ›
Men’s and Women’s Basketball traveled just down the road to Edmonds for a pivotal North Region contest on Wednesday, February 16th. Women’s Basketball has found themselves in a must-win situation since dropping a game at Peninsula to start the 2nd round of North Region play. After that loss the Phins dropped two games behind 4th place in the North Region […]Read more ›
Men’s and Women’s Basketball played their last 4 games on the road but finally returned home to host Whatcom on Saturday, February 11th in two important North Region match ups. Both teams won their first round game against Whatcom with the Women defeating the Orcas by a score of 80-75 and the Men pulling out a 67-62 come from behind […]Read more ›
The Shoreline Dolphins Men’s and Women’s Basketball teams traveled to Port Angeles to take on the Pirates of Peninsula College on Wednesday, February 8th. Our basketball teams have been road warriors with 4 straight away games during their North Region slate. Men’s Basketball entered their contest with Peninsula in a 4 way tie for second place after the first round […]Read more ›
Men’s and Women’s Basketball played their 3rd straight North Region game on the road with a trip to Everett Community College on Wednesday, February 1st. The Wednesday night contest closed out the first round of North Region play for both teams. The top 4 teams automatically qualify for the NWAC Tournament and our Men and Women are right in the […]Read more ›
Men’s and Women’s Basketball traveled to Bremerton on Saturday, January 28th for a basketball double header against North Region rival Olympic College. Women’s Basketball came into their contest with Olympic holding a 3-2 record in the North Region. In the midst of a 4 game road trip the Phins struggled to get comfortable from the field. The Phins shot 25% […]Read more ›
Men’s and Women’s Basketball continued their North Region schedule with a trip to Bellevue College. Women’s Basketball came into their match up with Bellevue in a 4-way tie for 1st place with Bellevue, Skagit Valley and Peninsula. The Phins started their road game on a hot streak taking a 14-13 lead after the 1st quarter, but a slow 2nd quarter […]Read more ›
Women’s Basketball made history on Saturday night when they defeated perennial North Region power Skagit Valley for the first time in school history. The Phins battled back from a slow start in which they trailed 10-17 after the 1st quarter. Shoreline pulled within 1 point at the half trailing just 30-31. The game was won in an exciting 4th quarter […]Read more ›