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Bill Johnson, SFCC 1969 - 1997

Bill JohnsonBill attended Richland High School and was a three-year letterman in football, basketball and baseball. He earned First Team All-State honors in both football and baseball and All-State Honorable Mention in basketball his senior year. Bill competed in three sports at Columbia Basin College before receiving a baseball scholarship at the University of Idaho where he earned All-Pacific Coast Conference honors as a shortstop. After graduation and playing one year of professional baseball for the Tri-City Braves, Bill taught and coached three sports at Connell High School. His baseball teams won three Yakima Valley A League Championships, and during his two seasons as football coach, he won league championships including a 9-0 record his second year. Coach Johnson came to Spokane Falls Community College in 1968 to teach physical education classes and to serve as head baseball coach. During his 11 years at the helm his teams compiled a 217-173 record. After stepping down as head coach, Bill has been an assistant basketball and softball coach and taught 30 years before retiring. He is a member of the NWAACC and CCS Halls of Fame.

Scott Foxley, SFCC 1967 - 1995

Scott FoxleyFoxley was an outstanding athlete at Pasco High School where he was named to the All-State team in three sports his senior year. He continued his playing career at Washington State College where he earned 11 varsity letters for the Cougars. He started coaching at SFCC in 1967. His women’s basketball teams won two consecutive NWAACC championships in the 1982-83 and 1983-84 seasons. Foxley also coached men’s basketball, baseball, tennis and football in his 28 year coaching and teaching career at SFCC, and his 1976-77 men’s tennis team won the NWAACC championship title.  In addition, he was named NWAACC Coach of the Year three times. He has been inducted into both the CCS and NWAACC Halls of Fame.

Keith Snyder, SFCC 1983 - Present

Keith SnyderKeith attended Shadle Park High School earning All-City Baseball honors. He continued his educational and athletic career at Eastern Washington University. He began his coaching career at EWU before coming to Spokane Falls Community College in 1981. Keith was the head coach until 1991 and during that time CCS won two NWAACC Championships in 1987 and 1989. His teams also won region titles in 1985, 1986, 1988 and 1989 while being named NWAACC Coach of the Year in 1987 and 1989. During his nine years at the helm his teams compiled a 250-130 record for a .656 winning percentage. After retiring from the head baseball coaching position in 1992 he has served as an assistant coach for both the CCS baseball and softball programs. Snyder has been a full-time health and physical education faculty member for over 30 years and an active and respected participant on the curriculum committee at SFCC. Keith was instrumental in setting up statewide Health Education courses and continues to be a lead instructor for online Health classes in the state. He is a member of the CCS Hall of Fame and was also inducted into the NWAACC Hall of Fame in 2009.