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

    She placed fourth in the 5K and fifth in the 10K in the 1998 NWAACC championship meet and placed sixth in the 5K and third in the 10k in 1999. ... In 1999, Colleen repeated her second-place in the 5K and finished sixth in the 3K at the NWAACC

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    The team was led by All-Americans Shawn Roberts, who placed sixth in the All-Around, third on Floor Exercise and Balance beam, and by Toni Swanson, who placed second on ... The 1985-86 CCS women’s gymnastics team took second place at the National NJCAA

  3. Athletes

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    He finished third in the NWAACC cross country championships in 1977 and second in 1978. ... As a sophomore, Bogatay led the Sasquatch Harriers to their sixth NWAACC title in a row finishing second overall at the championship meet and earning his third All

  4. Athletes

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    He helped SCC win the 4x400 relay championships both years with a 1600 meter relay team PR of 3:11.60 in 1976. ... He won the open 400 (47.88) and ran great legs on both winning relays, the 400 relay (41.20) and the 1600 relay (3:16.58).

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    They won the championship by 55 points (15 to 70), over the second place Clark team. ... The 1998 CCS Women’s Cross Country team won the NWAACC championship by scoring 18 points to dominate second place Mt Hood who scored 72 points.

  6. Teams

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    In 1967, in Spokane’s second year of competition, they won the WACC Championship against 11 other teams. ... This great SCC team won the 1974 NWAACC Cross Country Championship for the third straight year under Coach John Buck.

  7. Athletes

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    Her sophomore year she placed third on the Uneven Bars at the NJCAA Championship meet held in Spokane and again earned All American honors. ... She became CCS’s Third NJCAA National Vaulting Champion in 1986 after a 6th place finish at the 1985

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    Spokane freshman Ethan Green finished third (27:23.60) to head the list for the Sasquatch with sophomore teammate Will Medellin taking fifth. ... Treasure Valley freshman Delia Deleon (18:29.20) cruised to victory by 11 seconds over Spokane freshman

  9. Athletes

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

    Lynn also ran on the NWAACC Championship 400 Relay (48.93 Record) and the 1600 Relay (3:49.43) in 1978. ... She also ran on the NWAACC Championship 400 Relay (48.39 Record) and the 1600 Relay team (3:49.43) in 1978.

  10. Teams

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

    This was the college’s first league championship in just their second season of athletic competition. ... In the Championship game they met Yakima Valley for the NWAACC title and finished a close second by a 60-53 score.

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