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* SCC Men's Soccer Player of the Week - Jake Lagucik

Lagucik, the sophomore from Edmonds-Woodway High School, had a  solid performance in the 5-0 loss to defending NWAACC Champion, laguick.jpgPeninsula College on Saturday.

SCC is now 0-8-1 on the season plays Highline Community College on Wednesday at 4:15 p.m. at Dolphin Field on the SCC campus.

SCC and HCC played in the semi-finals of the NWAACC Soccer Championship last year with Highline coming out on top, 3-1. Highline then lost to Peninsula College the NWAACC Championship.


Lagucik passes the ball down field

* SCC Men's Soccer Drops 4-0 Match To Highline CC
msoccer.jpgIn a rematch of the NWAACC Soccer Championship Semi-Final between these two squads from last year, SCC could not muster any offense and lost to Highline Community College 4-0. HCC scored 3 first half goals to dominate play and put the game away early.

SCC is now 0-9-1 on the season, 0-4-0 in the NWAACC Northern Region. Highline moves to 6-0-1 overall and 4-0-0 in the Western Region. HCC is ranked #2 in the NWAACC. SCC plays at Bellevue on Saturday at 2:15 p.m.
* SCC Men’s Soccer Falls to Defending NWAACC Champions 5-0

The Pirates of Peninsula College, the defending NWAACC Champions, scored four goals in the first 21 minutes of the match in route to a 5-0 victory on Saturday over the Shoreline Dolphins in Port Angeles, WA. PC scored the final goal in the 88th minute.

SCC falls to 0-8-1 on the year and 0-3-0 in the region, but still only trail by 3 points first place in the Northern Region as only Edmonds Community College has a victory in the region. SCC plays Highline Community College on Wednesday at home at 4 p.m. in a rematch of the NWAACC Semi-finals last year where SCC's 8 game winning streak came to an end in a 3-1 loss.


NWAACC Northern Region Men’s Soccer Standings:





































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* SCC Men's Soccer Player of the Week: Connor Barton

connor-barton.JPGConnor Barton, a freshman from Snohomish High School, is named SCC Men's Soccer Player of the Week as he scored the tying goal in the 88th minute against the Community College of Spokane to lead SCC to a 2-2 tie and break a 7 game losing streak for the Dolphins.


SCC is 0-7-1 on the season and travel to Port Angeles, WA on Saturday to face the defending NWAACC Champions, Peninsula Collage at 2 p.m. Peninsula is 7-0-0 on the season.



Connor Barton

* SCC Men's Soccer Breaks Out of Losing Streak With Tie

The SCC Men's Soccer Team broke their 7 game losing streak with a 2-2 tie against the Community College of Spokane on Monday in connor-barton.JPGSpokane, WA. SCC tied the match with 2 minutes to go on a goal by Connor Barton from an assist by Nick Wright. After a scoreless first half, Tom Hering opened the scoring with a goal in the 53rd minute only to have Spokane tie the match 1 minute later. Spokane went ahead at the 81 minute mark, only to have Barton score his dramatic goal seven minutes later.

SCC is now 0-7-1 on the season, Spokane goes to 1-3-3. SCC plays defending NWAACC Champion Peninsula College on Saturday in Port Angeles, WA at 2 p.m.

Connor Barton scored tying goal

* SCC Men’s Soccer Breaks Scoreless Streak But Remains Winless

The Shoreline Community College’s Men’s Soccer Team broke through their scoreless streak, as Jeremy Wentzel tied the game in the 62 minute, but the Dolphins fell to the Tacoma CC Titans on Saturday 3-1. SCC had not scored since the first half of the second game of the season against Chemeketa CC at the NWAACC Friendlies Tournament until the second half of yesterday’s game. A time span of 10 halves over 6 games. SCC has been outscored 23-3 so far this season.

sandwich.jpgBut in 2010, the SCC men’s soccer team started out 0-7-2 and rebounded to win 8 straight games and go the NWAACC Final Four at the Starfire Complex in Tukwila.

The Dolphins face the Community College of Spokane on Monday in Spokane at Noon and hope to break through as the Bigfoot are struggling themselves, with a 1-3-1 record. But after that, SCC faces Peninsula College, the defending NWAACC Champions and Highline CC, who knocked SCC out of the playoffs in 2011, with a 3-1 victory at the NWAACC Soccer Final Four.


A SCC Sandwich as a SCC player is
stuck between two opponents recently

* SCC Men’s Drop 6th Game In A Row

laguick.jpgThe struggling SCC Men's Soccer Team was shutout for the fourth straight game in the 5-0 loss on Wednesday at Dolphin Field. The match was even until the 25th minute when a SCC player was red carded and OC given a penalty kick. Olympic scored and led 1-0 at half.

OC took advantage of the Dolphins playing short in the second half and scored 3 times. SCC made matters worse, with an "Own" goal as well.

SCC is 0-6-0 on the year, 0-1-0 in the region now. SCC plays at Tacoma Community College on Saturday at 2 p.m.


Jake Lagucik shoots the ball down the field

* Greg Wolfe Named SCC Men's Soccer Player of the Week

greg-wolfe.JPGSophomore Greg Wolfe was named the SCC Men's Soccer Player of the Week for his defensive play in the mid-field for the Dolphins during the SCC squad two games this past week. SCC drooped games to Walla Walla CC and the Seattle Sounders FC 18 & Under team.

SCC is 0-4 on the early season. SCC faces Tacoma CC and the CC of Spokane on the road this weekend.

* SCC Athletics Weekend Round-Up: Men's Soccer

The Shoreline Community College Men’s Soccer Team dropped a 4-0 game to the Seattle Sounders FC 18 & Under squad on Saturday at the Starfire Complex in Tukwila, WA. The SCC squad is now 0-3 at Starfire so far this year, dropping two matches at the complex during the NWAACC “Friendlies” tournament last week. SCC is now 0-5 on the season.

The Dolphins will face Olympic College on Wednesday at Dolphin Field on the SCC campus at 4:15 PM.  This is the first counting game in the NWAACC Northern Region for SCC, as SCC starts mandatory crossover play with the NWAACC Western Division. Mandatory crossover games count in each regions’ standings.

Olympic is 1-0-1 on the season, defeating the Community College of Spokane and tying Wenatchee Valley Community College at the “Friendlies” tournament. SCC has struggled on both sides of the ball so far, allowing 15 goals in 5 games, and only scoring 2. But SCC started out last season 0-7-2 and won 8 straight games during the second half of the year to capture the Northern Region and go to the NWAACC Final Four.

Admission to Wednesday’s match is $5.00 for adults and $3.00 for non-SCC students, seniors and active military. SCC students with ID are free to attend.

SCC Men's Soccer Home Soccer Matches for 2011:

September 14 Olympic College 4:15 p.m.
September 28 Highline Community College 4:15 p.m.
October 15 Whatcom Community College 2:15 p.m.
October 22 Skagit Valley College 2:15 p.m.
October 26 Everett Community College 4:15 p.m.
November 5 Edmonds Community College 2:15 p.m.

12.jpgSCC Goalie Bryan Wright
makes a save at a recent game

* Jakob Hibbard Named SCC Men's Soccer Player of the Week

jakob-hibbard.JPGFreshman Jakob Hibbard from King’s High School was named the SCC Men's Soccer Player of the Week as he scored the first goal of the year for SCC in the opening match against Clark College from about 30 yards out. The Clark College team came back to win the match. SCC is 0-4-0 on the season and played the Trinity Lutheran College JVs on Wednesday and lost 1-0.

* Shoreline Community College Men’s Soccer Falls To Trinity Lutheran College

The Shoreline Community College’s Men’s Soccer Team dropped a 1-0 match to Trinity Lutheran College’s JV Team on Wednesday at the Dolphin Soccer Field on the SCC campus.


The Dolphins fall to 0-4-0 on the season and suffered their second straight shutout as the SCC squad struggles on offense, scoring only 2 goals in the four games so far this season.


bryan-wright.jpgShoreline has a week off and will face Olympic College on Wednesday, September 14th at home in a NWAACC Northern Region counting game for SCC against the Western Region Rangers from OC. The Western and Northern regions play a crossover that schedule that counts in their respective divisions records.


Game time next Wednesday is 4:15 p.m. The SCC Lady Dolphin Team will face the Olympic College women’s team as well. The opening women’s match is scheduled for 2 p.m. The Lady Dolphins are 0-1-2 so far this season.

Goal Keeper Bryan Wright


* SCC Soccer Swept By Walla Walla CC: Men's Game

The Shoreline Community College Soccer Teams were swept by Walla Walla Community College on Monday at the Dolphin Soccer Field on the Shoreline campus.


The SCC Men’s Soccer Team battled a tough Walla Walla team to a 2-0 loss on Monday at the Dolphin Soccer Field. SCC played much better in this match than its games last week at the NWAACC “Friendlies” tournament where it lost 3-1 and 5-1.


The Dolphin defense played well, holding WWCC to one goal each half but again, its offense struggled, only having four shots on goal for the game. SCC scored first in its two previous losses, only to struggle the rest of the time and its defense unable to slow down their opponents.


Kyle Menchaca led WWCC scoring both goals in the game.


SCC is now 0-3-0 on the season, but is reminded, it started the season in 2010 0-7-2 before winning 8 straight games and reaching the final four of the NWAACC Championship. SCC plays Trinity Lutheran College on Wednesday, September 7th at 3:00 PM at the Dolphin Soccer Field. Trinity Lutheran is from Everett, WA. Walla Walla is now 2-1 on the season.