New coaching structure for the 2018-19 Women’s Basketball team 

The Athletic Department is pleased to announce a new coaching structure for the 2018-19 Women’s Basketball team. Following Head Coach Christopher Weakley’s resignation in December 2018, Assistant Coach Marvena Kemp and Rodney Walker have been appointed Co-Head Coaches for the Women’s Basketball team.

Coach Marvena Kemp brings over 20 years of basketball experience at all levels as well as hosting athletic events in Washington. Some of the notable events Kemp directed was being the Northwest Event Coordinator for Elite Sports, Director of the 10th Annual Battle at the Lake outdoor tournament, Director of the 15th Annual Shawn Kemp “Reignman Classic,” and Co-Director of the 5th Annual Northwest Collegiate Summer League. Coach Marvena Kemp also serves as the President of the Marvin Thomas Memorial Fund.

Coach Rodney Walker brings a wealth of basketball knowledge and has coached at many levels from AAU to Semi-Professional. Walker was an assistant High School Basketball Coach from 1998 through 2001 at Everett’s Cascade High School and was part of the coaching staff that twice sent teams to State. Walker was later the Head Girls Basketball Coach at Sultan High School from 2006 to 2009, and led Sultan to 3 district appearances, and was named the Cascade Conference Coach of the Year.

“We are excited for this opportunity to have such an experienced and knowledgeable coaching staff.”  – Athletic Director, Steve Eskridge. Go Phins!        

Remember to wear your Shoreline attire this #PhinNation Wednesday & Pack the Stands Night!

Every Wednesday, show your #PhinNation pride by wearing Shoreline attire. It’s a fun way to connect with colleagues and students each week. Don’t forget to take advantage of your employee discount at the Bookstore. Looking forward to seeing everyone decked out in Shoreline wear on Wednesdays.

A reminder that this Wednesday, January 9, is Pack the Stands Night for Shoreline Athletics, so there’s extra incentive to get decked out in #PhinNation gear.

Our basketball teams will take on Edmonds at home in the Gym (3000 bldg), and the first 100 fans through the doors will receive a free t-shirt. There will also be giveaways during the games. Women tip off at 5:30pm, men at 7:30pm.

Additionally, SCC Athletics and SLC Stomping Out Hunger are running a food drive at Pack the Stands Night. Bring non-perishable food items or toiletry items for half off admission. Shoreline students, staff, and faculty get in free for all home games.

Swimming at Shoreline Pool

Shoreline Community College’s intramurals program is working with the City of Shoreline to cement an agreement that allows Shoreline staff and students to receive free entry to the City of Shoreline’s pool.

Details need to be finalized before staff and students can actually start using the City of Shoreline swimming facilities. We apologize for the delay. If you would like more information regarding this program, please see Stacie Attridge in the intramural office in the gym, Room 3033 or sattridge@shoreline.edu.

Guard Terrell Brown, Jr. honored as NWAC Under Armour men’s basketball player of the week

terrell brownTerrell Brown, Jr., a guard for Shoreline’s men’s basketball, has been named the NWAC Under Armour player of the week.

Brown Jr., Garfield HS/Seattle, has been a force all season for the Dolphins averaging a conference-leading 29.2 points per game (ppg) and steals with 58 (3.4 spg). This past week, Brown Jr. netted an average 28.0 ppg to go with 20 rebounds and 10 assists.

“Terrell Brown is a great player, a great student, and even a better teammate, said Shoreline head coach, Aaron Mackey. “As a freshman, he has flourished in a leadership role and our team is better for it.”

Congratulations to Terrell and the men’s basketball team. #GoPhins!

Shoreline Community College Suspends Women’s Basketball 2017-18 Season

Based on low participation and a multitude of athlete injuries, Shoreline Community College and the Northwest Athletic Conference (NWAC) mutually agreed that suspending the Women’s Basketball 2017-18 season would be best.

“We highly praise the perseverance our student-athletes demonstrated under challenging circumstances,” said Steve Eskridge, Director of Athletics. “It takes time to develop a rhythm as a team, and these players showed amazing determination and spirit in facing off against more seasoned NWAC programs. We also greatly appreciate and want to thank everyone who supported the team this year.”

“Newly hired Head Coach, Amy Donovan, is already at work building the 2018-19 Women’s Basketball PhinNation season,” said Eskridge.