By Keenan Gray Whatcom Community College women’s soccer team capped off the 2018 season finishing second in the Northwest Athletic Conference North Division and clinched a playoff spot, only to lose it in the first round of the playoffs in double overtime to Tacoma Community College 3-2. The women’s soccer…
Whatcom soccer heads to playoffs
By Kaila Cove The Whatcom men’s and women’s soccer teams are doing well this year— both teams have earned themselves a top position in the playoffs in the NWAC division. These Whatcom teams encourage students to come out and support them as they head into the playoffs. Women’s Soccer: Kiley…
Whatcom signs new athletes
By Felix Zavisubin Fourteen student athletes have signed a letter of intent to join Whatcom Community College sports teams in the 2018-2019 academic year. The signees include seven for women’s soccer, three for women’s basketball and four for men’s basketball. Twelve of the 14 commits attended Washington high schools, two…
Soccer kicks off first of many tournaments
By Simon Thomas Whatcom’s first intramural tournament of the school year kicked off at Orca Field, where over 40 students, faculty and staff played soccer together. The Student Rec Center organized the tournament for Friday, Nov. 18.
Orca men’s soccer builds momentum
By Simon Thomas The Whatcom Orcas took on first-place Peninsula Pirates on Oct. 8 in a game that ended in a 1-1 draw, with key player, Alain Murhula, tying the score in the closing moments of the match, frustrating the only undefeated team in the league.
Introducing Whatcom women’s new soccer coach
By: Kelly Rockey College women’s soccer team will have a new leader on the sidelines for the 2014 season. Mary Schroeder, 34, will be replacing former head coach Claire Morgan for the Orcas after Morgan recently accepted an assistant coaching position at Western Washington University. “What excites me most…
Kicking it off with Soccer
A Q&A with Joel Grossman, Whatcom’s mens soccer coach.