The official 2014 Dolphin Baseball Roster is here at last. The Dolphins will have 10 returning Sophomores on the team as well as a few transfers. Under the new leadership of Travis Fox and Dave Snell the Dolphins look to become a top NWAACC contender! Learn more about all of the Dolphin Baseball student-athletes in their player bios online! Click […]Read more ›
The Shoreline Dolphin Baseball team has been anxious to begin their season facing eight cancelled games due to rain. On Tuesday the Dolphins found good weather, the start of their season and two wins over Grays Harbor College! This is a great start for the Dolphins and their first year Head Coaches Travis Fox and Dave Snell. Dolphin pitcher Josh […]
It has been rain, rain, rain in the Pacific Northwest over the past couple of weeks putting the Shoreline Dolphin Baseball season on hold. The Dolphins have had to cancel eight games so far this season due to bad weather in Eastern Washington and Northern Oregon. Due to all of the cancellations the Dolphins have added a home game for […]
By: Drew Raher Shoreline, WA – The Dolphins fought toe-to-toe with the 2nd place Orcas on Saturday afternoon, but were unable to pull off the upset in their last regular season game of the 2014 season. The 70-59 defeat did not damper the halftime celebration that recognized the six resilient sophomores. Emily Wilbur, Bianca Benavides, and Genia Taylor were joined […]
The Shoreline Dolphins put up a strong fight in their final game against the top team in the Northern Region, Whatcom. The Dolphins were unable to keep up the the strong shooting and big rebounds of the Whatcom Orcas and fell to a final score of 97-66. Top NWAACC guard Kyle Impero showed way he is one of the top […]
Last night in Peninsula College the Dolphins were ready to play. With a strong presence on the boards and good shooting it is no surprise the game came down to the last second. Bronte Corbray came alive for the Dolphins in the second half of play. At one point he led the Dolphins to a 15 point lead. With 1.9 […]
Last night the Dolphins traveled to Peninsula College to take on the Pirates. Shoreline was off to a quick start with strong shooting but could not hold on. Peninsula took a quick and devastating lead that Shoreline was unable to recover from. The game ended with a final score of 52-79. The Dolphins were on fire to start and could […]
The Shoreline Dolphins put up a strong fight in their final game against the top team in the Northern Region, Whatcom. The Dolphins were unable to keep up the the strong shooting...
By: Drew Raher Shoreline, WA – The Dolphins fought toe-to-toe with the 2nd place Orcas on Saturday afternoon, but were unable to pull off the upset in their last regular...
The Shoreline Dolphin Baseball team has been anxious to begin their season facing eight cancelled games due to rain. On Tuesday the Dolphins found good weather, the start...
Shoreline Volleyball Alumna Teresa Causin landed her dream job at ESPN as a program manager. Causin played for the Dolphins during the 2001 and 2002 seasons. She was two-time Northern Region Defensive Player of the Week and led the Dolphins to the 2002 NWAACC Championship game. After Shoreline Causin continued her education at the University of Washington and earned a […]Read more ›
In a battle of the paint the Shoreline Dolphins were unable to hold up to the strengths of the Tritons. Specifically, the Triton’s 7′ Center, Payton Pervier who had 23 rebounds in last night’s game. The Dolphins fell to a final score of 87-72. For three quarters of the game it was a back and forth battle between the Dolphins […]Read more ›
The Shoreline women returned home on Saturday to take on the Edmonds Tritons. The Dolphins had a strong game and swept the Tritons with a final score of 63-56. The Dolphins came out strong and controlled the lead almost the entire game with as much as a 15 point lead in the game. Shoreline ended the first half strong with […]Read more ›
The Shoreline Dolphin Women’s Player of the Week for this week is Justice Perry. Perry is a top Northern Region rebounder and has a strong presence in the paint as well as a sweet jumper. In the Dolphins game against Olympic College last Saturday Perry had 11 points and seven rebounds for the Dolphins. Perry was also had two blocks […]Read more ›
The Shoreline Dolphin Men’s Player of the Week is Dean “Bulla” Viena. Viena has always been a spark player for the Dolphins bringing a new level of intensity when he is on the court. This week his intensity and strong defensive play helped the Dolphins to their first Northern Region win over Olympic College. Against Olympic College Vienna scored 14 […]Read more ›
In the last of a two road game stretch the Dolphins are unable to pull out a win. Shoreline fell to Skagit Valley College 89-79. The Cardinals got off to quick start in the first half shooting almost 70% from behind the arch in the first half where the Dolphins were 0/7 in 3-point shooting. Skagit Valley had a 47-33 […]Read more ›
Last night Shoreline traveled to Skagit Valley College to take on the Cardinals. In a frustrating game of turnovers and struggled play the Dolphins fell to the Cardinals 77-40 The Dolphins started the game with great energy taking the early lead. After a few quick three point baskets and early foul trouble the Skagit Valley took a strong lead. Battling […]Read more ›
The Shoreline Dolphins picked up their first Northern Region win on the road against Olympic College last Saturday. The Dolphins took the lead early and were able to hold on to gain a 75-72 victory! The story of the game is the Dolphins ability to convert off of the Ranger turnovers. Shoreline scored 28 points off of the the Ranger’s […]Read more ›
On Saturday the Dolphins traveled to Bremerton, WA to take on Olympic College. Shoreline struggled to rebound the ball and fell to the Rangers 71-46. The Dolphins were unable to gain control of the game. They were in foul trouble most of the game which led to 28 Ranger points from the charity line. Shoreline was held to a shooting […]Read more ›