Dolphin Fall Sports Sophomores Celebrated

Congratulations to our fall sports sophomores! Recently each of our sophomores played in their last game as a Dolphin.  We are so proud of our Women’s Volleyball, Women’s Soccer and Men’s Soccer sophomore student-athletes for their tremendous commitment, hard work, and dedication over the last two years.  The Athletic Department wants to thank each of our sophomores for being model student-athletes on the floor, on the field, and in the classroom.  We wish them the very best as they continue completing their academic goals here at Shoreline Community College and wherever their academic pursuits take them from here.

 

Soccer:

14 Mackenzie Bolton_14 | MACKENZIE BOLTON

Mackenzie is concluding her second season as a Dolphin. She has one goal in her career and four assists.

Mackenzie would like to thank Hayley Warren, her best friend who has played with since they were 4, and the coaching staff for developing her as a player and giving her a chance to play at the next level.

Mackenzie is planning to attend The Evergreen State College to play soccer. She plans to major in art in order to pursue a career in graphic design. She is the daughter of James & Angela Bolton.

 

25 Melissa Schuetze_25 | MELISSA SCHUETZE

This is Melissa’s second season as a keeper for the Lady Phins. Her career stats include 142 saves and 9 shutouts.

Melissa would like to thank her team for always pushing her to do her best and my parents for always supporting her in her soccer ventures.

Melissa is planning to transfer to either to University of Las Vegas or Trinity Lutheran to pursue a degree in business. She is the daughter of Michael and Susan Schuetze.

 

 

7 Selene Aguilar_7 | SELENE AGUILAR

Selene has been a Dolphin for two seasons. She currently has one goal and 13 saves from her brief stint as a keeper last season. This season she rocks the defensive backfield.

Selene would like to thank Mackenzie Bolton for teaching me how to play defense along with Hayley Warren for being great best friend and captain.

Selene is planning to attend Arizona State University with a major in engineering with a goal to work for Boeing. She is the daughter of Tim Aguilar.

 

 

12 Allison Shelton_

12 | ALLISON SHELTON

Allison has been a Dolphin for two seasons. She has 13 goals and 10 assists over her career.

Allison would like to thank her parents for always coming to her games and supporting her but she would most importantly like to thank her grandma for driving eight hours to watch every game.

Allison is planning to attend Central Washington University or University of Washington-Tacoma to major in education. She is the daughter of Tanya Tellvick and Michael Shelton.

 

 

15 Hayley Warren_15 | HAYLEY WARREN

This is Hayley’s second season as a Dolphin. She currently has 50 career goals and 20 assists. In 2013, she was the NWAC scoring leader and the Northern Region MVP. This season she also leads the NWAC in scoring.

Hayley would like to thank her parents for all their support through the past two seasons as well as Aaron & Casey for never giving up on her and pushing her to be the best she can be.

Hayley is planning to transfer to a university to pursue a degree in physical therapy. She is the daughter of Aleck and Josie Warren.

 

2 Davide Rubino_

2 | DAVIDE RUBINO

Davide has been a Dolphin for two years. He is a versatile utility player for the Phins.

Davide would like to thank the coaches for allowing him to come play soccer here along with the international education staff for helping him with the transition. Lastly, he would like to thank his parents for allowing him to have this experience.

Davide is planning to either transfer to a university or return to Australia. He is the son of Paolo and Judy Rubino.

 

 

 

Volleyball:

2014-Fall-Sports-TSOI0038_10 | M’KAILAH REDDEN

M’Kailah has a career total of 234 kills, 49 aces, 77 digs, & 42 blocks as a Dolphin.

M’Kailah would like to thank her parents for supporting her interest in

volleyball since elementary school along with driving to her matches every week. She would also like to thank her coaches for teaching her how to be a better athlete & teammate.

M’Kailah is planning to continue playing at a four-year school. She plans on pursuing sociology in order pursue a career in helping people. She is the daughter of Ken & Cheryl Williams and the sister of A’Laisia

 

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1 | EMILY OTTMAN

Emily’s career statistics as a Dolphin include 13 aces and 124 digs.

Emily would like to thank her parents for always attending matches along with her coaches and teammates for always pushing her to work harder.

Emily is planning to attend University of Washington-Seattle in order to pursue a business management degree. She is the daughter of Marti & Gary Ottman.

 

 

2014-Fall-Sports-TSOI0059_5 | MONICA POSTOR

Monica has a career total of 53 kills, 153 assists, 19 aces, 244 digs & 4 blocks as a Dolphin. She was named to the 2nd Team All Region team in 2013.

Monica would like to thank the coaching staff. She would like to give a special thank you to Raquel and Mark for coaching her since she was 8 years old and teaching everything she knows about the game. She also wants to thank her parents for always to come to watch her games. Lastly, Monica would like to thank her sister for always being there for her and for her support in volleyball and life in general.

Monica is planning to transfer to UW-Seattle to pursue a pre-med degree in order to become a pediatrician. She is the daughter of Virginia and Ramon Postor.

 

 

 

#GoPhins

 

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