Spring Quarter is just getting started but our Shoreline Dolphins Student Athletes are already seeing their hard work in the class room pay off. The following seven Student Athletes have a bright future both on the playing field and in the class room as they move onto 4 year universities.
Taylor Alexander led the Phins as an outstanding Right Side Hitter for our Women’s Volleyball team. Alexander earned All-NWAC honors in her two seasons at Shoreline. In 2015 Alexander led the Phins to a North Region Championship and in 2016 she was named the North Region Play of the Year. With all her accomplishments on the court perhaps her greatest achievement was in the classroom where Alexander earned a 3.61 GPA during her time at Shoreline and was twice named to the NWAC Fall Sports Academic Excellence team. Alexander received a full scholarship to attend the College of Idaho where she transferred to begin her education following Fall Quarter.
Sophomores Tayler Lime and Angel Alcaraz each led the line for their respective Soccer teams during their time at Shoreline. They also led their teams academically. Lime currently holds a 3.49 GPA at Shoreline and has had multiple 4.0 quarters. She joined Alexander on the Fall Sports Academic Excellence team in both her Freshmen and Sophomore seasons. Alcaraz will graduate following Spring Quarter and has a 2.82 GPA. Alcaraz was named to the NWAC All Star game following a season in which he led the Phins with 9 goals and finished in the top 15 of the entire NWAC.
Enjunay Jones-Lee was the leading scorer for the Women’s Basketball team this past season averaging 17 points per game good enough to finish 13th overall in the NWAC. Jones-Lee was named to the North Region All-Stars First Team and competed in the NWAC All-Star game. Jones-Lee has a 3.89 GPA at Shoreline leading all female Student-Athletes and was named to the NWAC Winter Sports Academic Excellence team in both her seasons at Shoreline.
Brady Anderson was an important piece for the North Region Champion Men’s Basketball team while juggling classes at both Shoreline and the University of Washington. Anderson was accepted to the University of Washington Philosophy program following Fall Quarter 2016 at Shoreline. During the thick of the North Region schedule Anderson enrolled at Washington to get a head start on his degree while competing for the Dolphins.
Cheyanne Garcia battled an injury plagued Freshmen season for Softball but is seeing success in her Sophomore year. Garcia plays Catcher and 1st Base and has had a stellar season a the plate. Garcia is currently hitting .436 and leads the team with 17 hits and 2 home runs. Garcia has a 3.62 GPA in her time at Shoreline and is looking to transfer to Cal State Monterey Bay in the Fall of 2017.
David Becker has had arguably the most impressive career at Shoreline both on the baseball field and as a student. Becker has committed to the University of Illinois-Chicago to continue his baseball career and study Criminal Justice. Becker is currently hitting .333 with 6 RBIs and 6 stolen bases. As a Freshmen he was named to the North Region All-Stars 2nd team and the NWAC Spring Sports Academic Excellence team. Becker has an astounding 3.97 GPA and has only receieved a grade below 4.0 in one class during his time at Shoreline.