The Shoreline Community College Women’s Soccer Team traveled to eastern Washington and Oregon on Friday-Saturday to face Walla Walls Community College and Treasure Valley Community College.
On Friday, the Lady Dolphins faced the NWAACC #2 ranked team in the Warriors of Walla Walla CC. SCC hung tough in the match, going into half-time with a 0-0 tie, but WWCC scored three minutes into the 2nd half and forced SCC to drop their defensive minded strategy and open up their offense and the Warriors took advantage and scored four more goals to win 5-0. The Dolphins managed only one shot on goal compared to 22 for WWCC.
But the next day, in Ontario, OR, the opposite was true as SCC’s freshman Hayley Warren scored 5 goals herself to lead the Dolphins to a 7-1 victory over Treasure Valley CC. Warren opened the scoring 10 minutes into the match and Montana Powell and Elle Blume scored early goals as well, but from then on, it was all Warren as she scored two goals within 3 minutes of each other at the end of the first half to give SCC a 5-0 lead at half-time. She added two goals in the 2nd half as well.
Elle Blume had 3 assists on the day while Allyson Snyder, Allison Shelton and Selene Aguilar added one assist each.
Warren currently leads NWAACC Women’s Soccer in goals scored this season with 9 so far. She is second in points with 21. Elle Blume is 6th in assists with 5.
Shoreline ran their record to 4-3-1 on the season, and 1-2-1 in the NWAACC Northern Region. SCC plays two home matches next week, as they host Yakima Valley CC on Friday at Twin Ponds Field in a 1:00pm start and they play Wenatchee Valley College on Saturday night at 6:00pm in the a doubleheader with the SCC Men’s Soccer Team at Twin Ponds Field as well.