Jacobs was an outstanding athlete at East Valley High School in Spokane. She also played women’s club soccer and her athletic success attracted the recruiting attention of CCS soccer coach Cor van deer Meer. CCS had started a women’s soccer program and Kammie quickly became a star performer in building the new program. CCS was a two-year college playing against all four-year universities in the Northwest Collegiate Soccer Conference (NCSC). Jacobs was a fast and determined midfielder who made the All-Conference team in both 1991 and 1992. She helped lead the CCS team to the conference title in 1992, playing alongside standouts like Kim Socolofsky, Marie Trimp, team captain Steph Middleton, and conference MVP Veronica Hagemann. After competing two years for the Sasquatch, Kammie continued her important role in the women’s soccer program by becoming Cor’s assistant coach for four years. She moved on to club and high school soccer coaching and for five years was head coach of the girl’s program at Lewis and Clark High School. Kammie and her husband Kent have two children, Lindsey and Jeremy, and she has continued her successful career as a registered nurse.
Heidi attended Northwest Christian High School before joining Coach Cor Van der Meer at CCS in 1996. She led Spokane to the Final Four her freshman year and to the Eastern Division title as a sophomore. She again was instrumental in taking the Sasquatch to the Final Four, where CCS placed second in the NWAACC Championships. Simmons scored 19 goals as a defender and made the NWAACC All-Star Team both years. In 1997, Heidi was named the Eastern Division MVP. She went on to the University of Montana and led the Grizzlies to the Big Sky title and was voted the league MVP her senior year. During her two years at Montana, Heidi led the Big Sky Conference in both goals and assists. After graduation, she returned to the Spokane area to coach high school soccer and her 2014 St. George’s High School team won the league championship in 2014.
Danielson graduated from Kennewick High School, where she was a multi-sport athlete earning four varsity letters for soccer, was named to the All-Conference First Team and All-Area First Team as a junior and senior, as well as All- State honorable mention as a junior and senior. She was recruited to CCS by track coach Larry Beatty and soccer coach Jim Martinson to play both sports for the Sasquatch. Amy was an outstanding goal keeper, setting two single season records for shutouts (10 & 11) and also the CCS record for career shutouts (21) Amy had the second lowest goals against average (.96) in CCS history. She was named to the NWAACC All-Star team and helped lead Spokane to the 2006 NWAACC women’s soccer championship. Danielson was successful in track as well, placing third in the discus and winning the 2006 NWAACC hammer throw. Her efforts in soccer earned her a scholarship to Gonzaga University where she continued her academic and athletic career.