Sports News | Shoreline Community College Home of the Dolphins Mon, 18 Sep 2017 17:42:34 +0000 en-US hourly 1 56786428 This Week in #PhinNation! 9.18.17 Mon, 18 Sep 2017 17:42:34 +0000 September 18, 2017


Volleyball– Shoreline Volleyball traveled to Everett Community College this weekend Saturday September 16th and Sunday September 17th for the Trojan Invitational Tournament. On Saturday, the Phin’s matched up against the University of Fraser Valley from British Columbia in an exhibition match in which SCC dropped 2-1. On Sunday, the Phin’s started bracket play losing game 1 to Walla Walla 3-0 which sent them to the consolation bracket. Shoreline rebounded well in their next match defeating Green River 2-0. Shoreline finished up the consolation bracket dropping the finale to Pierce 2-1. This week NWAC North region play begins Wednesday as the Phin’s travel up to Skagit Valley for a 7pm start Wednesday before coming home to face Edmonds Friday night at 7pm. Reminder: Be there, be loud & Phin’s Up!

Women’s Soccer– The Women’s Soccer team has had an impressive week of play having gone 2-0 this week defeating Skagit Valley 1-0 on Wednesday September 13th and Edmonds 2-1 on Saturday September 16th. The Phin’s are improving steadily thanks to a monster week from mid fielder Brooklyn Gratzer. Gratzer had the lone goal vs. Skagit Valley, a left foot 30 yard floater to the top left corner of the goal. Gratzer also had a right foot 35


yarder as well as a header scoring both goals Saturday vs. Edmonds. The sophomore captain has had 3 goals in two matches this week and should be getting serious consideration for NWAC Player of the week.

Men’s Soccer– The Men’s Soccer team played Skagit Valley and Edmonds this week also. The men lost 4-1 to Skagit and came back Saturday to earn the 1-1 tie versus Edmonds. Svenn Helleren scored his first of the year Wednesday and Hector Martines scored his 5th goal on the year on Saturday. The Phin’s are showing promise this season, once consistent the men will be a force in the North down the stretch.

Both Men and Women Soccer take on Everett CC on Wednesday here at SCC, game times are 2 & 4:15 PM. Saturday both teams travel to Whatcom CC for a Noon & 2:15 kick off.

Go Phins!


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This Week in #PhinNation 9.11.201 Mon, 11 Sep 2017 16:17:15 +0000 Volleyball– Shoreline Volleyball has been on the road and this past Wednesday September 6th visited Pierce College to take on Highline and Pierce College. The Phin’s opened up beating Highline 3-2 but then dropped the next match to Pierce 3-2. Ashlee Conklin led the way with a combined 41 kills on the day. Coming up, Saturday September 16th Shoreline will travel to Everett for the 2017 Trojan Invitational Tournament. They will face Whatcom at 11am and Wenatchee Valley at 2pm. Wednesday September 20th the Phin’s open up North Region play at Skagit Valley before returning home to open up the home schedule vs. rival Edmonds at 7pm.

Women’s Soccer– The ladies kicked off North Region play Saturday vs. dropping the match to North power Peninsula 8-0 bringing their record to 0-2-1. The Phin’s will rebound and host Skagit Valley at home on Wednesday at 2pm and Edmonds on Saturday at Noon.

Men’s Soccer– The Men also hosted North power Peninsula and fought hard to a 1-1 draw bringing their record to 2-1-1. Pedro Castro notched his 6th goal of the season in just the Phin’s 4th match. Hector Martines has the assist his 2nd and Genero Ruiz recorded 14 saves giving him 34 on the season. Castro and Ruiz still lead the NWAC in goals and saves. Up next the Phin’s will host Skagit Valley at 4:15pm on Wednesday and Edmonds, Saturday at 2:15pm.



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Pedro Castro Named NWAC Player of the Week Wed, 06 Sep 2017 15:40:23 +0000

Shoreline, Freshman, Forward

Pedro Castro, Highline HS/Burien, WA, tallied 5 goals and 2 assists in the opening week Friendlies matches at Starfire Sports Complex. His five goals came on 9 shots and he is currently tied for top goals and points (12) in the conference.

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This Week in #PhinNation- 8.31.2017 Thu, 31 Aug 2017 15:58:10 +0000

August 31, 2017


Volleyball– The Phin’s opened up their season on Saturday, August 26th and continued action on Sunday the 27th. SCC participated in 6 matches over the 2 days down in Springfield and compiled a record of 2-4 defeating Highline and Walla Walla on Day 1. The Phin’s matched up against some tough competition and are sharpening their game for NWAC North play which starts September 20th at Skagit Valley. This week SCC will face Walla Walla and Linn Benton over at Bellevue College. Next week the Dolphins will travel to matches down in Lakewood on Wednesday, September 6th as well as in Everett for the Trojan Invitatoinal on Saturday. Reminder that the Dolphins first home match will be September 22nd vs. Edmonds at 7pm.

Women’s Soccer– The Women’s Soccer program participated in the NWAC Friendlies at Starfire Sports Complex in Tukwila last Thursday and Friday August 24th and 25th. On Day 1 the Phin’s dropped their match to Walla Walla 4-0 but came back on Day 2 and battled for a 0-0 tie versus Southwest Oregon. The ladies next play September 9th opening up the NWAC North home slate against powerhouse Peninsula at Noon.

Men’s Soccer– The Men also opened up their 2017 season at Starfire Sports Complex in NWAC Friendly action, Thursday and Friday. They took on Blue Mountain and Wenatchee Valley. The Phin’s won both matches defeating BMC 5-0 and WVC 5-2. Freshman Pedro Castro from Burien, WA scored 5 goals in those two contests. He currently leads the NWAC in goals scored, while goalkeeper Genero Ruiz is currently 2nd in the NWAC in goal saves with 20. The Men took on NWAC Champ Tacoma Community College at home on Tuesday August 29th and eventually fell 4-1. The Phin’s fought hard to tie it up on a goal by Hector Martines in the 63rd minute but TCC pulled away with three late goals to take the match. Pedro Castro notched the assist in the game putting him 3rd in the NWAC in assists with two in this early season.


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2017 SCC Men’s Soccer Preview Tue, 29 Aug 2017 15:42:48 +0000 August 29, 2017


The Shoreline Community College Men’s Soccer program is bursting with anticipation for the 2017 season (which kicks off its home slate today vs. Tacoma Community College at 2pm).

Head Coach George Dremousis has recruited several newcomers to join the strong sophomore class who are looking to compete atop the NWAC North Region. The Dolphins will look to build on their 2016 season in which they went 6-0-11 overall and 5-0-10 in NWAC North play. Last year was a season of setting the foundation, and now 2017 looks ever so bright after already starting off at 2-0 less than a week into the season. Last weekend at the NWAC Friendlies at Starfire in Tukwila, SCC beat Blue Mountain 5-0 and Wenatchee Valley 5-2.

Newcomers: #1 Genero Ruiz, Fr. Goalkeeper from Mountlake Terrace, WA; #4 Dumitru Rubo, Fr. Mid Fielder from Moldova; #7 Pedro Castro, Fr. Forward from Burien, WA; #8 Juan Gonzalez, Fr. Mid Fielder from Seattle, WA; #10 Alex Villasenor, Fr. Mid Fielder from Lynnwood, WA; #11 Hector Martines, Fr. Forward from Everett, WA; #13 Sam Polevoy, Fr. Defender from Mountlake Terrace, WA; #14 Maik Gutierrez, Fr. Mid Fielder from Edmonds, WA; #16 Abel Haro, Fr. Defender from Renton, WA; #17 Enrique Bodalla, Fr. Defender from Everett, WA; #22 Swvenn Helleren, Fr. Mid Fielder from Shoreline, WA; #24 Hai Tran, Fr. Mid Fielder from Vietnam; #25 Sam Axleson, Fr. Defender from Snohomish, WA; #27 Sean Huang, Fr. Goalkeeper from China

Returners: #5 Callahan Gobel, So. Defender from Shoreline, WA; #9 Patrick Schuchard, So. Mid Fielder from Lake Stevens, WA; #18 Marshall Dye, So. Mid Fielder from Lake Stevens, WA; #19 Steven Moseley, So. Defender from Granite Falls, WA; #20 James Durham, So. Mid Fielder from Okinawa, Japan

Need to Know Facts:

  • So far in 2 games in 2017 Pedro Castro leads the NWAC in goals with 5 and overall point with 11.
  • Freshman Hector Martines leads the NWAC with shots at 14.
  • GK Genero Ruiz is tied for 4th after the first weekend in saves with 13.
  • SCC Opens up their Home Schedule today August 29, 2017 at 2pm vs. NWAC Champion TCC.

For more info on your SCC Men’s Soccer team visit or check us out on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram @sccathletics


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2017 SCC Women’s Soccer Preview Thu, 24 Aug 2017 17:28:29 +0000

August 24, 2017


2016 proved to be a successful season for SCC Head Women’s Soccer Coach Josh Cardin in his first season. The Dolphins finished with an overall record of 8-5-5 and 6-5-5 within the NWAC North, good for third place in the difficult Northern Region. The Phin’s season ended in the NWAC Championship Tournament with a 4-0 loss to Lane College. In 2017, the Phin’s will look to build off of that playoff experience and momentum. The Phin’s return 8 sophomore players from a playoff roster a year ago and have some young athletic players in the fold for 2017. SCC will start the season at the NWAC Friendlies, August 24th & 25th at Starfire Sports Complex in Tukwila.

Here is a complete schedule for the two day event:



Newcomers: #5 Natalie Ling, Fr. Forward from Seattle, WA; #10 Jamie Beirne, Fr. Forward from Lynnwood, WA; #12 Olivia Ryiter, Fr. Defender from Snohomish, WA; #13 Taylor Jackson, Fr. Defender from Snohomish, WA; #19 Madelyn Stucker, Fr. Defender from Great Falls, MT


Returners: #1 Rebecca Hulse, So. Goal Keeper from Snohomish, WA; #2 Madison Lowdon, So. Mid Fielder from Shoreline, WA; #7 Tarynn Kerr, So. Mid Fielder from West Jordan, UT; #11 Brooklyn Gratzer, So. Mid Fielder from Bonney Lake, WA; #14 Makenzie Sjoden, So. Forward from Bonney Lake, WA; #15 Gabby Ducheane, So. Defender from Everett, WA; #16 Lex Simmons, So. Defender from Yakima, WA; #17 Sydney Coe, So. Defender from Shoreline, WA


Need to Know Facts:

  • Madison Lowdon is the leading returning goal scorer with 5 in 2016.
  • Lex Simmons is the returning leader in assists with 5 in 2016.
  • Freshman Olivia Ryiter is also an outfielder for the Dolphin Softball team.

For schedules, rosters and news visit as well as follow us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram throughout the season @sccathletics


2017 SCC Volleyball Preview Wed, 23 Aug 2017 19:34:58 +0000  

August 23, 2017


Coming off of an 18-14 overall finish in 2016, Shoreline Community College Volleyball looks to continue its’ winning ways atop the NWAC North Division. Last season, the Dolphins finished with a 10-2 record in North Division play good for 2nd place and a birth to the NWAC Championship Tournament. It has only been a couple years removed since Raquel and Mark West led SCC to an NWAC North Divisoin Title, an NWAC Championship Tournament birth as well as receiving NWAC Coach of the Year honors.

In 2017, the Phin’s are chalked full of local talent looking to work their way back to the Championships. The ladies open up their season at the NWAC Friendlies this weekend in Springfield, OR. The Phins’ first home match will be Friday, September 22nd at 7PM in the Shoreline CC Gymnasium.

Newcomers: #5 Hallie Williams So. Outside Hitter from Shoreline, WA; #1 Mariah Luedtke Fr. Labero from Lynnwood, WA; #2 Alyssa Korth Fr. Setter from Seattle, WA; #4 Hannah Hedberg Fr. Right Side from Shoreline, WA; #8 Yandira Zuniga Fr. Defensive Specialist from Huancayo, Peru.

Returners: #3 Errin Hendrickson So. Middle Block from Everett, WA; #6 Ashlee Conklin So. Outside Hitter from Caldwell, ID; #7 Aliah Kim So. Setter from Shoreline, WA; #9 Sydney Keller So. Right Side from Shoreline, WA; #11 Julia Clack So. Labero from Shoreline, WA.

Need to Know Facts:

  • Ashlee Conklin leads SCC returners in kills registering 73 last season.
  • Julia Clack was last years team leader in returns with 189.
  • Newcomer Hallie Williams is a Sophomore transfer from Bellevue College.

For more information on SCC Volleyball visit or on Twitter and Instagram @sccathletics


Men’s & Women’s Soccer, Women’s Basketball Open Tryout Info Mon, 17 Jul 2017 17:34:06 +0000 Women’s Soccer Open Tryout- August 1-4, SCC Soccer Field 10:30-12:30PM. Contact: Head Coach Josh Cardin (

Men’s Soccer Tryout- August 1-4, SCC Soccer Field 8-10AM. Contact Head Coach George Dremousis (

Women’s Basketball- Tryout Info: Contact Athletic Director Steve Eskridge (



Former Shoreline Dolphin Henry McAree Selected by the Miami Marlins Fri, 07 Jul 2017 18:18:03 +0000 Former Shoreline Dolphins Baseball Player Henry McAree was recently selected in the 2017 MLB Draft by the Miami Marlins in the 29th round.

McAree had a dominant Shoreline career which was capped off by an NWAC All Region Second Team Award in 2015.  He was a two-year starter for the Phins compiling an 8-5 record with a 2.51 ERA in 111.2 innings, appearing 17 times with 15 starts and one save. He struck out 128 batters and only walked 44. Henry threw a 7 inning no-hitter on May 11, 2013.

Henry pitched two seasons for Lewis-Clark State. In 2016, he had a solid season with a 8-0 record and a 3.00 ERA. The eight wins ranked second on the team. He made 14 appearances, all but one in relief. Henry pitched 39 innings and gave up 34 hits and 13 earned runs, struck out 42 and walked only 9. His top performance came against the College of Idaho on April 9 when he allowed just two hits over five innings. He also struck out four and walked one. In 2017 McAree posted a 2.74 ERA over 23 inning pitched with 38 strikeouts and just 6 walks. Opponents hit just .125 off the 6’2″ right hander.

McAree signed with the Marlins in June and was in fact recently promoted from the Gulf Coast League to Class A Short Season Batavia, a minor league affiliate of the Miami Marlins.

Sophomore Scholar-Athletes Moving On… Thu, 22 Jun 2017 14:56:35 +0000 (6/20/2017) SHORELINE, WA- Shoreline Community College Athletics is now more than ever a vehicle for student athletes success. At SCC, our scholar athletes have realized the opportunity to earn an Associates Degree and then continue on with the goal of a Bachelor’s Degree. Throughout the process our students have learned how to set goals for their future and the art of time management. Our Shoreline students understand the value of an education at the community college level, but sometimes none more than student athletes. The coaches and athletic staff have made it a priority to use athletics on this campus as a motivator for the end goal, which is earning an education. Athletics at Shoreline are affording our scholar athletes the opportunity to visualize the freedom an education can bring.

Below are scholar athletes moving on to the next level as of now:

Taylor Alexander College of Idaho (Volleyball)

Paris Sanders Multnomah University (Basketball)

Kayla Holland University of Washington

Jeralyn Pasoquen Union College (Softball)

Shelby Reyes Central Washington University

Taylor Carpenter Central Washington University

Dakota Green Western Washington University

Cheyanne Garcia CSU- Monterey Bay

Shey Thompson Bates Technical College

David Becker University of Illinois- Chicago (Baseball)

Zach Zurbrugg Jamestown University (Baseball)

Chris Watkins Bellevue University (Baseball)

Korey Longaker Bellevue University (Baseball)

Harrison Jacobs University of Washington

Dana Abe Lewis-Clark State College (Basketball)

Ben Steinbruek Quest University (Basketball)

Payton Tirrell Quest University (Basketball)

Jacob Perkins Black Hills State University (Basketball)

Joe Ghebrehiwot Southern Alberta Institute of Technology (Basketball)

Will Luckett Warner Pacific College (Basketball)

Anddrew Hawkins Fisher College (Basketball)

Abdul Mohamed Fisher College (Basketball)


Go Phins!!