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  1. Records

    https://scc.spokane.edu/Athletics/Sports/MSoccer/Records

    All-American &. Conference MVP. @ Whitworth,. USISL leading scorer,. USISL All-Star 96, Coach at Medical Lake. ... Whitworth College. Spokane Shadow. NWAACC All-Star 1991, Coach at Linfield College.

  2. Records

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    Heidi Simmons. U of Montana. NWAACC All-Star,. Division MVP, Conference MVP at U. ... Katlyn Laughlin. Clark, Dubuque, IA. NWAACC All-Star & NWAACC Conference Player of the Year.

  3. Coaches/Contributors

    https://scc.spokane.edu/Athletics/Fan-Zone/Hall-of-Fame/Mens-Basketball-HOF/Coaches-Contributors

    He transferred to the University of Idaho and took Big Sky All-Conference honors for two more consecutive seasons. ... His 1974-75, 1975-76, and 1978-79 teams were all NWAACC Conference Runners-up, and he was named Eastern Region Coach of the Year in 1975

  4. Athletes

    https://scc.spokane.edu/Athletics/Fan-Zone/Hall-of-Fame/Football-HOF/Athletes

    He played Quarterback for Coach Dwight Pool and led the Spartans to their only undefeated season (8-0) in 1968. ... He played football at SFCC for Coach Dwight Pool and competed in track for Coaches Mike Keller and Les Rurey.

  5. Records

    https://scc.spokane.edu/Athletics/Sports/MTennis/Records

    He was ranked in the top five in the Pacific Northwest Men's Open Division. ... He led LCSC to Nationals all three years he played. Bill Wagstaff.

  6. Coaches/Contributors

    https://scc.spokane.edu/Athletics/Fan-Zone/Hall-of-Fame/Womens-Basketball-HOF/Coaches-Contributors

    He transferred to the University of Idaho and took Big Sky All-Conference honors for two more consecutive seasons. ... His 1974-75, 1975-76, and 1978-79 teams were all NWAACC Conference Runners-up, and he was named Eastern Region Coach of the Year in 1975

  7. Coaches/Contributors

    https://scc.spokane.edu/Athletics/Fan-Zone/Hall-of-Fame/Womens-Cross-Country-HOF/Coaches-Contributors

    His coaching career included 16 second place winners. He was named NWAACC Coach of the Year ten times. ... He was selected as NWAACC Coach of the Year on seven different occasions.

  8. Athletes

    https://scc.spokane.edu/Athletics/Fan-Zone/Hall-of-Fame/Mens-Cross-Country-HOF/Athletes

    In the 1988 track season he finished third in both the 5K and 10k and helped the CCS team to the men’s track and field NWAACC championship. ... Dak redshirted the 2008 track and cross country seasons. During the 2009 track season, he won both the 5k

  9. Coaches/Contributors

    https://scc.spokane.edu/Athletics/Fan-Zone/Hall-of-Fame/Mens-Cross-Country-HOF/Coaches-Contributors

    His coaching career included 16 second place winners. He was named NWAACC Coach of the Year ten times. ... He soon became the head cross country coach at SCC with his 1975 men’s team and 1982 women’s team each winning NWAACC championship titles.

  10. Athletes

    https://scc.spokane.edu/Athletics/Fan-Zone/Hall-of-Fame/Mens-Track-and-Field-HOF/Athletes

    He played football at SFCC for Coach Dwight Pool and competed in track for Coaches Mike Keller and Les Rurey. ... He competed for Coach Duane Hartman and the Bigfoot in 1986 and 1987 when they won the NWAACC team championship both seasons.

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