Trojan News and Announcements
GENERAL ADMISSION to Home Everett CC games (not scrimmages):
Volleyball, Basketball & Baseball - $5.00 per person 12 years old and up. Current EvCC Students/Staff/Faculty are Free with current EvCC ID.
Soccer & Softball - FREE to all.
- 3/9 Basketball All-Star Event @ Pierce College - The 2014 NWAACC Basketball Sophomore All-Star Event is being hosted by Pierce College in Lakewood, WA. The Trojans will be represented by four athletes at the Event. Women's sophomore - Ashley Albertson; Men's sophomores - David Ware, RJ Magar and Theo VandenEkart. They will participate on the North Region teams along with players from Whatcom CC, Bellevue College, Skagit Valley College, Peninsula College, Olympic College, Edmonds CC and Shoreline CC. The North teams will play the East Region teams. The North/East Women's game begins at 11:00am and the North/East Men's game begins at 2:00pm. The West/South Women's game will start at 12:30pm and the West/South Men's game starts at 3:30pm. Directions to Pierce College are under the directions link to the right.
- Softball lose two at Pierce College 3/1 - With the 2014 Pre-season Tournament cancelled for the March 1st & 2nd weekend, the Trojans were able to schedule a non-league double header at Pierce College in Lakewood, WA on Saturday March 1st. The first game started at 1:00pm and this game only went 4 innings as the score was 11-0 at the end of the 4th and the 10 run rule came into effect at that time. Unfortunately, the Trojans were not on the winning side of this 11-0 game and the Raiders were. The Raiders scored six runs in the first, one run in the second and four runs in the 4th. Raider Karlee Rose Perry was the winning pitcher and Trojan Alisa Ortega was the losing pitcher. Pierce only allowed Everett two hits in the game and those were by Rachel Backlund and Jesse Printz. In the second game that started about 3:10pm, the Raiders scored first with one run in the 1st. In the 3rd, the Trojans got on the board with four runs but the Raiders answered in the 4th & 5th with one run in the 4th and 2 runs in the 5th to tie the game up. The Trojans scored one in the 6th to take the lead and then added another run in the 7th, however they were unable to stop the Raiders from scoring three in the bottom of the 7th to win the game 7-6. Raider Perry was the winning pitcher again and Trojan Sydney Dixon was the losing pitcher. Savanah Hallam had a home run and RBI, Rachel Backlund & Kayla Brissey each had a double and RBI with Minna Ward and Kaylin Mallery each recording an RBI. The Trojans are 0-2 overall and the Raiders are 4-0 overall with two wins over the Trojans and the Storm from Chemeketa CC on Feb. 28th.
- Baseball results from Yakima Valley CC 3/1 - The Trojans Baseball Team was in Yakima, WA to play the Yaks of Yakima Valley CC in non-league games on Saturday 3/1 and Sunday 3/2. They were set to play four games with the Yaks, however, Sunday's double header was cancelled due to weather in Yakima. Saturday's games were played and the Trojans in the first game won 7-4 over the Yaks. The Yaks got on the board first with a run in the bottom of the 1st, however the Trojans came back and scored two in the 2nd. In the bottom of the 3rd, the Yaks score another run to tie the game up. There was no runs for either team in the 4th or 5th and in the bottom of the 6th, the Yaks scored two more to take the lead 4-2. In the 7th, the Trojans scored one run and in the 8th they scored four more to take the lead 7-4. The Yaks weren't able to score after the 6th. Ben Tamm was the winning pitcher for the Trojans and Darion Simmons was the losing pitcher for the Yaks. Trojans Kevin Whatley and Alex Keen each had a double, while John Naff and Riley Henderson each had an RBI and Henderson had two stolen bases and Whatley had one stolen base. In the second game that started at about 3:30pm, the Trojans scored first with two runs in the 2nd and then scored again in the 7th with one run and two more runs in the 8th. The Trojans held the Yaks to no runs this game and win the game 6-0. Trojan Michael Wood was the winning pitcher and Yak Collin Nord was the losing pitcher. John Naff had a double and RBI, Tanner Braun had a double and 3 RBI's with Riley Henderson, Paul Wilen, Sam Lee and Cody Snider each getting a stolen base. The Trojans are 2-0 overall and the Yaks are 0-2.
- 3/8 Track & Field at PLU Invite - The Men's & Women's Track & Field Teams will travel to Tacoma, WA to participate in the 2014 Pacific Lutheran University Invitational Meet on Saturday, March 8th. This is an all day event with times of events overlapping and such. For more information on the meet, please contact Co-Head Coach Matt Koenigs at email@example.com
- 3/7 & 3/8 Softball @ Inter-Region Tournament - The first Inter-Region Tournament will be held in Lacey, WA. The Women's Softball Team will play Big Bend CC at 5:00pm on the 7th and Chemeketa CC at 11:00am on the 8th. They will play more games on the 8th, but at this time, those have not been decided. For more information on this tournament, please contact Head Coach Randy Smith at firstname.lastname@example.org
- 3/7-3/8 Baseball @ Weatchee Tournament - The Men's Baseball Team travels to Wenatchee, WA to participate in the Wenatchee Valley College Tournament. The Trojans will play 4 games over the two days. Friday's games has the Trojans facing the Tritons of Edmonds CC at 2:00pm and the Knights of Wenatchee Valley College at 4:30pm. Saturday has the Trojans playing at 10:30am vs the Tritons and at 3:30pm vs the Knights. Directions to WVC are under the directions link to the right.
NWAACC Final Basketball Coaches Poll 2/26 - The Final Coaches Polls for the 2013-14 seasons have been released by the NWAACC. Columbia Basin College once again retains the top spot on the Women's Poll. On the Men's poll, Clark College still holds the 1st spot with Whatcom CC and Treasure Valley CC trading spots, TVCC in the 2nd spot and WCC in the 3rd spot. There was a little movement on both polls but the only team that was not previously ranked was Southwestern Oregon CC on the Men's poll.
2/26/14 - FINAL Poll Record Prev. Record Prev. Men League; Overall Rank Women League; Overall Rank 1 Clark College 16-0; 24-1 1 1 Columbia Basin College 13-1; 23-4 1 2 Treasure Valley CC 11-3; 18-8 3 2 Clark College 15-1; 23-3 2 3 Whatcom CC 11-3; 18-6 2 3 Umpqua CC 10-2; 21-6 3 4 Pierce College 13-3; 20-6 4 4 Walla Walla CC 12-2; 18-7 8 5 Big Bend CC 10-4; 21-7 7 5 Lane CC 9-3; 22-6 4 6 Skagit Valley College 11-3; 17-10 5 6 Lower Columbia College 14-2; 21-6 6 7 Portland CC 10-4; 19-9 6 7 Clackamas CC 8-4; 19-6 5 8 SW Oregon CC 10-4; 21-7 NR 8 Bellevue College 13-1; 20-7 7 Others: Highline CC, Clackamas CC Others: Chemeketa CC, Whatcom CC NR = Not Ranked
- NWAACC Basketball All-Stars announced 2/25 - The NWAACC has released the Basketball All-Star teams as voted on by the regional coaches. Northern Region Women's All-Star Team had Trojan Ashley Albertson making the 1st Team with teammate Kelsy Rasmussen making the 2nd Team. Albertson also made the Northern Region All-Defensive Team. The Women's MVP and Freshman of the Year was Kortney Grattic from Whatcom CC, Defensive Player of the Year was Jori Hall from Bellevue College and the Coach of the Year was Bellevue College's Jeremy Eggers. The Northern Region Men's All-Star Team had Trojan David Ware making the 1st Team and was named the Defensive Player of the Year too. The Men's MVP was Kyle Impero from Whatcom CC, Freshman of the Year was Payton Pervier from Edmonds CC and the Coach of the Year was Whatcom CC's David Dunham.
- 3/1 Softball @ Pierce College - With the 2014 Softball Preseason Tournament being cancelled in Richland, the Trojan Softball Team will travel to Lakewood, WA to play a non-league double header against Pierce College. The first game will start at 1:00pm with the second game to start about 30 minutes after the end of the first game. Directions to Pierce College are under the directions link to the left.
- 3/1-3/2 Softball @ Preseason Tournament - The Softball Team was supposed to be in Richland, WA to participate in the 2014 Preseason Tournament, however due to weather, it has been cancelled.
- **3/1-3/2 Baseball @ Bill Faller Tournament - **The Baseball Team will still travel to Yakima, WA, however the Bill Faller Tournament has been cancelled due to Green River CC cancelling on their participation. The Trojans will still play the Yaks of Yakima Valley CC only with a double header on Saturday 3/1 and a double header on Sunday 3/2. The game times for Saturday are 2:00pm & 5:00pm and Sunday's game times are 10:00am and 1:00pm.** The Men's Baseball Team starts out their 2014 season in Yakima, WA participating in the Bill Faller Tournament hosted by Yakima Valley CC. The Trojans face the Gators of Green River CC at 11:00am on 3/1 and at 5:00pm will face the host YVCC Yaks. At 10:00am on 3/2, the Trojans will once again face the Gators then at 1:00pm they will face the Yaks again. Directions to YVCC are under the directions link to the right.
- Everett Basketball lose two at Edmonds 2/22 - On Saturday, February 22nd the Trojan men and women of Everett CC visited Seaview Gymnasium to take on the Tritons of Edmonds CC in the regular season finale for both schools. In the first game of the double header, the Trojan women tipped off against the Triton women. The Trojans dominated the first half. At one point, the Trojans were leading the Tritons 36-16. The Trojans entered halftime with a 36-20 advantage. The second half was a different story. The Tritons owned the second half scoring 54 points while holding the Trojans to 29 points. After a blistering hot second half, the Tritons walked away with a 74-65 win over the Trojans. Danielle Smythe, who had a game high 27 points, led Edmonds. Sophomore, Ashley Albertson, led the Trojans. Albertson contributed 16 points, 17 rebounds, 8 assists, and 5 steals in her last game in a Trojan uniform. Kelsey Rasmussen contributed 17 points to go along with 4 steals and Kylie Smith added 12 points and 8 rebounds as well. Everett Women ended their season with a 5-9 league record and overall record of 8-19, while Edmonds Women finished with a 2-12 league record and 3-21 overall record. In the second game, the Trojan men faced off against the Triton men. The Trojans came out of the gates a little slow, offensively. Edmonds took advantage of Everett’s cold shooting and jumped out to an early lead. Edmonds led by double digits the entire first half. At one point the Trojans were down 20+ points, and entered halftime with an 18-point deficit. The halftime score was 51-33. The Trojans came out focused in the second half, scoring 52 points. The Trojans fought their way back. At one point clawing their way back to a single digit deficit. In the end, 7-foot freshman Peyton Pervier was too much to handle. Pervier led the Tritons with 24 points, 21 rebounds, and 3 blocks. He was also helped out by teammates Zach Pederson (18 points, 6 rebounds) and Philip Maxie (15 points, 5 rebounds). David Ware led the Trojan with 24 points, 8 assists and 6 rebounds. Fellow Trojan Jake Allen scored 20 points and pulled down 6 rebounds. Luke DuChesne added 11 points and Rashad Jones chipped in with 10 points. Everett Men finish the 2013-14 season with a 7-7 league record and 16-12 overall record with Edmonds Men having a 9-5 league (4th place) and 17-10 overall record.
- Trojan Basketball splits with Orcas 2/19 - The Orcas of Whatcom CC were at Everett CC's Student Fitness Center on Wednesday, Feb. 19th to play two league basketball games with the Trojans. Before the start of each game, the Trojan Athletic Dept did a quick acknowledgement to the sophomores and their families on each of the Trojan Teams. On the Women's Team - Ashley "Little" Orr and her mom, dad and grandpa and Ashley "Big" Albertson and her dad and nana. On the Men's Team - RJ Magar and his parents, Mark Brown and his mom, sister and cousin, Rashad Jones and his mom, dad and girlfriend, David Ware and his mom and aunt, Theo VandenEkart and his mom, and Jake Allen and his brother and grandparents. The Women's game started off the evening at 5pm and with only one lead change early on in the game, the rest of the time is was all Whatcom basketball. The score going into halftime had the Orcas leading the Trojans 40-31. The Trojans gave a valiant effort to come back in the second half, even outscoring the Orcas 34-32, but it was not enough to over come the deficit from the first half. The Orcas go onto win the game 72-65. This loss takes the Trojan Women to a 5-8 league record and overall record of 8-18. The win takes the Orca Women to a league record of 11-2 and 15-8 overall. Game Highs: Everett ~ Kelsy Rasmussen 14 points; Kylie Smith 13 points & 5 rebounds; Seyi Olgjoyeghe 12 points & 5 rebounds; Ashley Albertson 11 points, 8 rebounds & 6 assists; Sierra Hagans 11 points & 6 rebounds. Whatcom ~ Kortney Grattie 20 points; Alisah Friberg 14 points; Nathalie Gruber 12 points; Nikki Gilbert 11 points, 10 rebounds & 8 assists; Kayla Tiemersma 11 points. In the Men's game that started at 7:00pm, there were 17 lead changes and 6 ties throughout the game. It was close from start to finish and it was at the buzzer that Everett gets the win. With 4.3 seconds left in the game, Everett inbounds to Mark Brown, who throws up a long three and off the miss, Rashad Jones gets the rebound and lays it in at the buzzer. Watching the replay on peoples' phones that video taped it, it is clearly seen that the ball had left Jones' hand before the buzzer went off. Score at half time was 42-41 Everett lead and in the second half Everett outscored Whatcom 45-44 to win the game 87-85. Everett is now 7-6 in league and 16-11 overall while Whatcom is 10-3 in league (tied for 1st with Bellevue & Skagit Valley) and 17-6 overall. Game Highs: Everett ~ David Ware 25 points, 10 rebounds, 10 assists & 7 steals; Rashad Jones 19 points & 13 rebounds; Jake Allen 18 points & 10 rebounds; RJ Magar 10 points. Whatcom ~ Kyel Impero 27 points & 8 rebounds; Eric Fongue 16 points; Alex Duncan 13 points, 7 rebounds & 8 assists.
6th NWAACC Basketball Coaches Poll 2/18 - On the 18th of February, the NWAACC released the most current Men's & Women's Basketball Coaches Polls for the 2013-14 seasons. These are voted by coaches throughout the conference. The first two spots on the Women's poll haven't changed with Columbia Basin College in the 1st spot and Clark College in the 2nd spot. Clark College still holds the top spot on the Men's poll with Whatcom CC moving from the previous 7th spot and taking the 2nd spot from previous Treasure Valley CC who is the 3rd spot.
2/18/14 - 6th Poll Record Prev. Record Prev. Men League; Overall Rank Women League; Overall Rank 1 Clark College 14-0; 22-1 1 1 Columbia Basin College 12-0; 22-3 1 2 Whatcom CC 10-2; 17-5 7 2 Clark College 13-1; 21-3 2 3 Treasure Valley CC 9-3; 16-8 2 3 Umpqua CC 9-2; 20-6 4 4 Pierce College 11-3; 18-6 5 4 Lane CC 8-2; 21-5 3 5 Skagit Valley College 10-2; 17-8 3 5 Clackamas CC 7-4; 18-6 5 6 Portland CC 9-3; 18-8 6 6 Lower Columbia College 12-2; 19-6 6 7 Big Bend CC 8-4; 19-7 NR 7 Bellevue College 11-1; 18-7 7 8 Highline CC 10-4; 19-6 NR 8 Walla Walla CC 10-2; 16-7 NR Others: Bellevue College, Clackamas CC,
Mt. Hood CC
Others: Blue Mountain CC NR = Not Ranked
- David Ware named NWAACC M. Basketball Co-Player of the Week 2/17 - Trojan Sophomore, David Ware led Everett Community College (12-14; 3-9) to a 80-72 win over North Region opponent Peninsula College (11-10; 5-7). Ware collected 17 points and 12 assists, grabbed 4 rebounds and two steals and zero turnovers in Everett's win over Peninsula. In an 84-92 loss to Skagit Valley College (178; 10-2), Ware added 22 points, 9 assists, 10 rebounds and two steals. Ware averaged a double-double over the week with a 19.5 scoring average and 10.5 assists per game. Ware was one assist shy of a triple-double in his game versus Skagit Valley. Ware also finished with a 3:1 assist-to-turnover ratio on the week. The Las Vegas, Nevada native is first in NWAACC assists with 8.62 per game and leads the NWAACC with 224 assists on the year. Ware is second in steals at 3.04 per game. Ware lead the league in total steals with 79. David was named Co-POW along with Warren Edmundson from Portland Community College. Also nominated: Malik Barnes, Skagit Valley College.
- Basketball lose two at Skagit 2/15 - In Mt.Vernon, WA on Saturday, February 15th, the Trojans were on the campus of Skagit Valley College to play the Cardinals in league games. The Women's game started at 5:00pm and from the beginning, the Trojans were having to play catch up, as the Cardinals took the lead from the start and didn't give it up. At halftime, the Trojans were trailing by eleven 32-21. The largest lead that Skagit had was 19 points towards the end of the game, and that was before the Everett made one last tempt to catch up. Unfortunately, the Trojans weren't able to catch up and lost to the Cardinals 63-52. The loss takes the Trojan Women to a 5-7 league record and an 8-17 overall record, while Skagit Women go to a 9-3 league record and an overall record of 18-7. Game Highs ~ Everett: Ashley Albertson 16 points, 11 rebounds, 4 assists & 4 steals; Kelsy Rasmussen 14 points. Skagit: Samantha Kelleigh 19 points; Arie Boyd 11 points; Sydney Brown 9 points, 10 rebounds & 7 assists. The Men's game started at 7:00pm and this game was close from the start to the end. The first half ended with only a one point difference between them Everett 39 Skagit 38. There were 14 lead changes and 13 ties throughout the game. However at the end, with some interesting calls by the officials, Skagit took the lead and kept it to win the game 92-84. Trojan Men are now 6-6 in league and 15-11 overall with Skagit Men being 10-2 in league and 17-8 overall. Game Highs ~ Everett: RJ Magar 24 points; David Ware 22 points, 9 rebounds, 10 assists; Jake Allen 17 points; Shawn Madigan 9 points; Rashad Jones 7 points & 10 rebounds. Skagit: Oljuwon Diggs 20 points & 8 rebounds; Malik Barnes 19 points; Greg Cox 14 points; Elijah Smith 12 points & 7 assists.
- 2/22 Basketball at Edmonds CC - The last regular league basketball games for the Trojans will take place at Edmonds CC in Lynnwood, WA. The tip off time for the Trojans & Triton Women's game is at 5:00pm with the Men's game to follow at 7:00pm. Directions to EdCC are under the directions link to the right.
- 2/19 Coaches vs Cancer Suits & Sneakers Challenge - The Coaches from both Everett CC & Whatcom CC will be participating in the Coaches vs Cancer Suits & Sneaker Challenge to raise money and awareness for cancer.
- 2/19 Basketball's last home game of 2013-14 season - The Trojans will host the Orcas of Whatcom CC in their last regular season home game of the 2013-14. Before the games start we will acknowledge our sophomores for their hard work and dedication the previous two seasons and thank their parents/families for their support. The Women's game begins at 5:00pm with the Men's game following at 7:00pm. Admission is $5.00 per person per day 12 years old and up, except for current EvCC Students/Staff/Faculty with current EvCC ID - they are FREE as long as they have the ID on them as it must be shown at entry door to receive the free admission.
- 2/15 Basketball travels to Skagit Valley - The Basketball Teams travel to Mt. Vernon, WA to play league games against the Cardinals of Skagit Valley College. The Women's game begins at 5pm and the Men at 7pm. Directions to the game are under the directions link.
- Trojans split with Bellevue 2/8 - The Bulldogs of Bellevue College were in town on Saturday, Feb. 8th to play league games against the Trojans. The Women started off the evening at 4pm. The first half went back and forth with 7 lead changes and 5 ties in the game. At halftime, the Trojans had a 5 point lead, 29-24. Part way through the second half, the Bulldogs took the lead and never gave it up, going onto win the game by ten, 62-52. The Trojan Women are now 5-5 in league and 8-15 overall, and Bulldog Women are 9-1 in league and 16-7 overall. Game Highs: EvCC ~ Kelsy Rasmussen 18 points; Ashley Albertson 11 points, 7 rebounds & 4 assists; Kylie Smith 7 points & 6 rebounds. BC ~ Airashay Rogers, Alexis Berrysmith & Jori Hall each with 13 points; Rogers also with 7 assists; Berrysmith also with 11 rebounds. The Mens game that started at 6pm was very exciting - there were 7 technicals called, all in the second half! This was a game that the Trojans were determined to get the W. The first half went into halftime with Everett leading 34-29 over Bellevue. Coming back in the second half, the game got intense for both teams. Bellevue's head coach was assessed with his first Technical at 17:29 and then recieved his second and ejection causing technical at 16:40. There was a double technical at 15:49 (one on an Everett player and one on a Bellevue player), a Bellevue player technical at 15:25, Bellevue assistant coach (acting head coach) received one at 4:31 and an Everett player received one with 11.8 seconds left in the game. Everett maintained the lead they had gathered in the first half throughout the second half and extended it to win the game by twenty - 85-65. Everett Men are now 5-5 in league and 14-10 overall while Bellevue is 7-3 in league and 13-10 overall. Game Highs: EvCC ~ Jake Allen & RJ Magar each with 16 points; Allen also had 8 rebounds; David Ware 15 points, 13 rebounds, 5 assists and 6 steals. Shawn Madigan 9 points; Luke DuChesne 8 points. BC ~ Darien Muongvang 15 points; Austin O'Keefe 12 points; Anthony McLaughlin 7 points & 10 rebounds.
- 2/12 Basketball hosts Peninsula College - On Wednesday, February 12th, the Trojan Basketball Teams will host the Peninsula College Pirates in league games. This will be the second league meeting for both teams and the Trojans are looking for retribution from their first meetings, as the Pirates beat the Trojans on Jan. 15th in Port Angeles. The Women's game starts at 5:00pm and the Men's game starts at 7:00pm. Both games will be played in the EvCC Student Fitness Center. Admission is $5.00 per person per day 12 years old and up, except for current EvCC Students/Staff/Faculty with current EvCC ID - they are FREE as long as they have the ID on them as it must be shown at entry door to receive the free admission.
- Trojan Basketball sweeps Rangers 2/5 - In Bremerton, WA on Wednesday, Feb. 5th, the Trojan Men's & Women's Basketball Team took on the Rangers from Olympic College in league games. The Women's game started at 5:00pm, and during the game there were 9 lead changes and 8 ties. The largest lead in the game was six points and that was right before half time. Going into halftime, the Rangers had a four point lead over the Trojans 26-22. The second half played out like the first, except that at the end of the game, the Trojans had outscored the Rangers 41-35 to win the game by two 63-61. The Trojan Women are now 5-4 in league and 8-14 overall and Ranger Women are 2-7 in league and 5-14 overall. Game Highs: Trojans ~ Ashley Albertson 29 points, 25 rebounds and 3 blocked shots; Kelsy Rasmussen 17 points & 4 steals; Kylie Smith 8 points & 11 rebounds. Rangers ~ Leahi Lindsey 17 points; Bentae Huggins 14 points & 11 rebounds; Amanda Carper & Mariah Frazier 10 points each. The Men's game started after the Women's game at 7:00pm. The first half was a close half with Everett leading then Olympic leading and going into halftime, the Rangers led 33-28. The second half started out with Olympic leading, however with the terrific hustle by Trojan Theo VandenEkart getting steal after steal after steal, the Trojans were able to over come the score deficit and take the lead. Once they took the lead in the second half, the Trojans never let it go. They won the game 80-66. With this win the Trojan Men are now 4-5 in league and 13-10 overall, and the loss takes the Ranger Men to 1-8 in league and 1-18 overall. Game Highs: Everett ~ Theo VandenEkart 24 points, 11 rebounds, 5 assists & 13 steals; Jake Allen 20 points & 8 rebounds; David Ware 11 points & 12 assists. Olympic ~ Cortavius Williams 18 points & 13 rebounds; Connor Bird 10 points & 6 assists.
2/4 5th NWAACC Basketball Coaches Polls - The NWAACC released the most current Coaches Polls for the 2013-14 season. The 5th Men's Poll still as Clark College in the top spot with a 9-0 league record and 17-1 overall record. This is their third poll in a row that they have been in the the # 1 spot. The Women's Poll had Columbia Basin College with a 8-0 league record and 18-3 overall record in the top spot. CBC Women have been the #1 team 4 out of the 5 polls this season, and the one time they weren't first - they were second.
2/4/14 - 5th Poll Record Prev. Record Prev. Men League; Overall Rank Women League; Overall Rank 1 Clark College 9-0; 17-1 1 1 Columbia Basin College 8-0; 18-3 1 2 Treasure Valley CC 7-1; 14-6 2 2 Clark College 9-0; 17-2 2 3 Skagit Valley College 7-1; 14-7 6 3 Lane CC 6-1; 17-5 3 tie 4 Columbia Basin College 7-1; 14-6 8 tie 4 Umpqua CC 9-1; 17-5 3 tie 5 Pierce College 8-2; 15-5 NR 5 Clackamas CC 4-3; 15-5 5 6 Portland CC 6-2; 15-7 NR 6 Lower Columbia College 9-1; 16-5 NR 7 Whatcom CC 6-2; 13-5 8 tie 7 Bellevue College 7-1; 14-7 8 8 Mt. Hood CC 5-3; 16-5 NR 8 Blue Mountain CC 5-3; 16-5 6 Others: Bellevue College, Chemeketa CC,
Big Bend CC, CC's of Spokane
Others: Walla Walla CC, Highline CC,
NR = Not Ranked
- Trojan Basketball hosts Bulldogs of Bellevue 2/8 - The second league meeting between the Everett Trojans and the Bellevue Bulldogs takes place at EvCC on Saturday, February 8th. The Women's game will start at 4:00pm followed by the Men's game at 6:00pm. Both games will be played in the EvCC Student Fitness Center. Admission is $5.00 per person per day 12 years old and up, except for current EvCC Students/Staff/Faculty with current EvCC ID - they are FREE as long as they have the ID on them as it must be shown at entry door to receive the free admission.
- Trojans split with Dolphins 2/1 - Saturday afternoon/evening had the Trojan Basketball Teams hosting the Dolphins of Shoreline CC in league games. At 4:00pm, the Women's game began and during the first half, the Trojans created a 20 point lead to go into half time ahead 43-23. Shoreline's coaches must have had a inspirational speech during half time, because the Dolphins came out in the second half on fire. They outscored the Trojans 58-32 to win the game 81-75. This loss takes the Trojan Women to 4-4 in league and 7-14 overall. Dolphin Women are now 2-6 in league and 4-13 overall. Game Highs: Everett ~ Kelsy Rasmussen 21 points & 5 assists; Ashley Albertson 12 points, 8 rebounds, & 8 assists; Emma DuChesne 11 points; Kylie Smith 8 points, 9 rebounds & 6 steals. Shoreline ~ Emily Wilbur 23 points; Breyana Dutro 13 points; Genia Taylor 11 points & 11 rebounds; Justice Perry 11 points. The Men's game started at 6:00pm and the Trojans were ready to get another win off the Dolphins. From the start there were only 2 ties in the game and one lead change and that happened very early in the game. From then on it was all Trojan Basketball. At halftime, Everett had a commanding lead of 51-35. Nothing much changed during the second half. Everett outscored Shoreline 47-30 to win the game 98-65. The Trojans are now 3-5 in league and 12-10 overall while the Dolphins are 0-8 in league and 4-16 overall. Game Highs: Everett ~ Theo VandenEkart 23 points & 6 rebounds; RJ Magar 19 points & 6 rebounds; Jake Allen 15 points & 8 rebounds; Rashad Jones 10 points & 6 rebounds. Shoreline ~ Bronte Corbray & Earl Thompson each with 17 points, and Thompson having 8 rebounds; Deron Williams 11 points.
- Basketball @ Olympic College 2/5 - Wednesday, February 5th, the Trojan Basketball Teams will be in Bremerton, WA to face the Rangers of Olympic College in league games. The Women's game will start first at 5:00pm, followed by the Men's game at 7:00pm. Directions to Olympic College are under the directions link to the left.
- Basketball splits with Edmonds 1/25 - Edmonds CC Tritons were in Everett on Saturday, Jan. 25th to play the Trojans in league games. The Women started at 4:00pm and Tritons came out strong the first half to go into halftime with a 31-27 lead. The second half was another story though, this was all Trojan basketball! Everett out scored the Edmonds 46-35 to win the game with a score of 73-66. This win improves the Trojans league record to 4-3 and 7-13 overall and the loss takes Edmonds to a league record of 0-7 and overall record to 1-16. Game Highs: Everett ~ Kelsy Rasmussen 21 points; Ashley Albertson 16 points, 12 rebounds, 5 steals & 10 assists; Emma DuChesne 11 points; Kylie Smith 10 points & 12 rebounds. Edmonds ~ Danielle Smythe 23 points & 11 rebounds; Miley Keamu 17 points & 11 rebounds; Jasmine McEachin 14 points. The Mens game at 6:00pm was exciting from the start. There was only a three point difference at halftime with Edmonds leading 39-36. The second half had each team scoring over 50 points, yet the Tritons were able to get the win 90-88. This loss takes Everett to a 2-5 league record and 11-10 overall and Edmonds moves to a league record of 4-3 and 12-8 overall. Game Highs: Everett ~ Theo VandenEkart 25 points & 5 steals; Jake Allen 16 points; David Ware 15 points, 10 assists and 5 steals; Rashad Jones 11 points. Edmonds ~ Payton Pervier 30 points, 19 rebounds & 7 blocked shots; Samuel Omondi 16 points; Badhasa Margarsa 14 points.
- Trojans host Dolphins 2/1 - On Saturday, February 1st, the Trojan Basketball Teams will host league games with the Shoreline CC Dolphins in the Student Fitness Center. This is the start of the second half of the 2013-14 league season. The Women start the afternoon off at 4:00pm, followed by the Men at 6:00pm. Admission is $5.00 per person per day 12 years old and up, except for current EvCC Students/Staff/Faculty with current EvCC ID - they are FREE as long as they have the ID on them as it must be shown at entry door to receive the free admission.
- Basketball both lose at Whatcom 1/22 – The basketball teams were in Bellingham, WA to play league games against the Orcas of Whatcom CC on Wednesday, January 22nd. In the 5:00pm Women’s game, the Trojans and Orcas had a close first half with the score at halftime only being different by 3 points. Whatcom led 32-29 at halftime. During the second half, the Trojans were unable to slow the Orcas down and allowed them to score 47 points to their own 33 points and Whatcom won the game 79-62. Game Highs: Everett ~ Ashley Albertson 24 points, 14 rebounds & 6 assists; Emma DuChesne 16 points. Whatcom ~ Kortney Grattic 25 points & 8 rebounds; Kayla Tiemersma 22 points & 14 rebounds; Alisha Friberg 11 points; Nathalie Gruber 9 points & 11 rebounds. Everett is now 3-3 in league and 6-13 overall with Whatcom now 5-1 in league and 9-7 overall. The Men’s game began at 7:00pm and from the beginning both teams fought to get the win. Going into halftime there was a six point difference with Whatcom leading 37-31. The second half was intense for both teams; however with some questionable calls by the officials, the Trojans were unable to get within two points of the Orcas. Both scored 46 points in the second half, and with the lead from the first half, the Orcas won 83-77. Game Highs: Everett ~ Jake Allen 20 points & 10 rebounds; Theo VandenEkart 18 points; David Ware 16 points; RJ Magar 15 points. Whatcom ~ Kyle Impero 30 points; Alex Duncan 12 points & 7 assists; Jared Wells, Neilan Pierce & Eric Fongue each with 11 points and Fongue with 11 rebounds. Everett is 2-4 in league and 11-9 overall while Whatcom is 5-1 in league and 12-4 overall.
- Coach Hovde 400th Win - Trojan Women's Basketball Coach Chet Hovde won his 400th career win when the Trojans beat the Shoreline CC Dolphins 69-44 on January 4th, 2014. The Herald did a story on it and it is in today's (1/22) paper. Here is the link to the story: http://www.heraldnet.com/article/20140122/SPORTS/140129788/1004/400-wins-%26-still-counting Coach Hovde has been coaching for 39 years and the last 26 here at EvCC.
1/21 4th Basketball Coaches Polls - The NWAACC released the 4th Basketball Coaches Polls of the 2013-14 season. No changes in the top spots for either poll - Clark College for the Men and Columbia Basin College for the Women. Everett made neither poll this time.
1/21/14 - 4th Poll Record Prev. Record Prev. Men League; Overall Rank Women League; Overall Rank 1 Clark College 6-0; 14-1 1 1 Columbia Basin College 4-0; 14-3 1 2 Treasure Valley CC 4-0; 11-5 NR 2 Clark College 6-0; 14-2 3 3 Highline CC 5-1; 14-3 8 3T Lane CC 3-1; 16-4 6 4T Big Bend CC 3-1; 14-4 3 3T Umpqua CC 4-1; 13-5 5 4T SW Oregon CC 4-1; 15-4 2 5 Clackamas CC 3-2; 14-4 2 6 Skagit Valley College 5-0; 11-6 NR 6 Blue Mountain CC 2-2; 13-4 4 7 Chemeketa CC 5-0; 9-8 NR 7 Highline CC 5-1; 14-4 7 8T CC's of Spokane 3-1; 13-5 7 8 Bellevue College 5-0; 12-6 NR 8T Whatcom CC 4-1; 11-4 6 Others: Mt. Hood CC Others: Big Bend CC, Lower Columbia College NR = Not Ranked; # T = tied
- 1/25 Home Basketball games vs Edmonds - Saturday, January, 25th, the Trojans will host the Tritons of Edmonds CC in league basketball games. The Women's game will start the evening off at 4pm and the Men's game will follow at 6pm. Both games will be played in the Student Fitness Center. Admission is $5.00 per person per day 12 years old and up, except for current EvCC Students/Staff/Faculty with current EvCC ID - they are FREE as long as they have the ID on them as it must be shown at entry door to receive the free admission.
- Trojans split with Cardinals 1/18 – January 18th was the date that the Skagit Valley College Cardinal Basketball Teams were in Everett to play the Trojans in league play. The Women started at 4pm in the Student Fitness Center and in the first half, the Trojans showed that they were there to play. At halftime, Everett had outscored Skagit Valley 40-28. During that first half, there had been 5 ties and 2 lead changes. In the second half, the Cardinals tried to make a comeback and even though they outscored the Trojans 39-35, Everett was still able to get the win 75-67. Everett is now 3-2 in league and 6-12 overall while Skagit Valley is also 3-2 in league and 11-6 overall. Game Highs: Everett ~ Kelsy Rasmussen 21 points & 8 rebounds; Taylor Smith 18 points & 7 rebounds; Ashley Albertson 12 points, 21 rebounds & 9 assists; Kylie Smith 12 points. Skagit Valley ~ Samantha Kelleigh 21 points &7 rebounds; Arie Boyd 15 points & 8 rebounds; Sydney Brown 13 points & 7 rebounds. At 6pm, the Men’s game began and from the start the Cardinals showed why they were undefeated in league. At one point in the first half, the Cardinals had a 17 point lead and going into halftime they led 33-21. The Trojans fared a little better in the second half and were able to score 42 points, however they weren’t able to overcome the deficit from the first half and lost 76-63. Everett is now 2-3 in league and 11-8 overall and Skagit is still undefeated in league with a 5-0 record and overall they are 11-6. Game Highs: Everett ~ Jake Allen 14 points; RJ Magar 13 points; David Ware 12 points, 9 rebounds, 9 assists. Skagit ~ Vince Payne 16 points & 9 rebounds; Dustin Watts 15 points; Elijah Smith 11 points & 12 rebounds.
- 1/22 Basketball @ Whatcom CC - The Trojan Basketball Teams travel to Bellingham, WA on Wednesday, Jan. 22nd to play league games against the Orcas of Whatcom CC. The Women's game begins at 5:00pm and the Men's game begins at 7:00pm. Directions to WCC are under the directions link to the left.
- Pirates beat Trojans in Port Angeles 1/15 - It wasn't a good night for the Trojan Basketball Teams as they both lost to the Peninsula College Pirates in league games on Wed. January 15th. The Women began at 5:00pm and it seemed from the beginning it was going to be a tough game for the Trojans. There was only 1 lead change and 1 tie throughout the whole game. In the first half, Everett scored 39 points the Peninsula's 47. Unfortunately, the second half didn't fare much better for the Trojans as they only scored 30 to the Pirates 45. Peninsula won 92-69. This gives Everett Women their second league loss of the year, so they are 2-2 in league and 5-12 overall while Peninsula is also 2-2 in league and overall they are 5-9. Game Highs: Everett ~ Ashley Albertson 30 points, 16 rebounds, 4 assists & 3 blocked shots; Emma DuChesne & Kelsy Rasmussen each with 13 points; Kylie Smith 9 points & 10 rebounds. Peninsula ~ Madison Pilster 22 points; Alison Knowles 19 points; Gabi Fenumiai 16 points & 12 rebounds; Olivia Henderson 15 points & 5 assists. The Men's game started at 7:00pm and even though the Trojans were with out their big man due to a knee injury incurred at the Bellevue game, the Trojans started down against the Pirates in the first half, yet they were able to bounce back and take the lead to go into halftime with a score of 46-33. The second half started out with the Trojans going on as they finished the first half, yet the Pirates fought back to tie the game up at 65 and then to take the lead. Once they got the lead back, the Pirates kept it no matter how hard the Trojans fought to get it back. At the end of the game, the Pirates won 93-83. This gives the Trojans their second league loss and the Pirates their first league win. The Trojans are 2-2 in league and 11-7 overall and the Pirates are 1-3 in league and 7-6 overall. Game Highs: Everett ~ David Ware 21 points & 10 assists; Jake Allen 18 points &b 9 rebounds; Theo VandenEkart 13 points; Rashad Jones 11 points; RJ Magar 9 points & 10 rebounds. Peninsula ~ Xavier Bazile 22 points & 8 rebounds; Tyler McKinney 18 points; Geno Horsley 10 points.
- 1/18 Trojans host the Cardinals - On Saturday, Jan. 18th, the Cardinals of Skagit Valley College will be in the Student Fitness Center to face the Trojans in league basketball play. The Women begin the afternoon off at 4pm with the Men to follow at 6pm. Admission is $5.00 per person per day 12 years old and up, except for current EvCC Students/Staff/Faculty with current EvCC ID - they are FREE as long as they have the ID on them as it must be shown at entry door to receive the free admission.
- 1/15 Basketball travels to Port Angeles - The Men's & Women's Basketball Teams will travel to Port Angeles, WA to play league games with the Pirates of Peninsula College on Wed. Jan. 15th. The Women start the night off at 5pm and the Men's tip off is set for 7pm. Directions to Peninsula College are under the directions link to the left.
1/7 Coaches Poll released - The 3rd NWAACC Coaches Polls were released on Jan. 7th, this was the first one that included league play for most of the teams. Everett Men received votes, unfortunately not enough votes to make the top 8. The #1 spot for the Men belongs to Clark College from the West - on the previous poll was #2. The #1 spot for the Women went back to Columbia Basin College from the East - they were #2 on the 2nd poll and #1 on the 1st poll.
1/7/14 - 3rd Poll Record Prev. Record Prev. Men League; Overall Rank Women League; Overall Rank 1 Clark College 1-0; 9-1 2 1 Columbia Basin College 0-0; 10-3 2 2 Southwestern Oregon CC 1-0; 12-3 6 2 Clackamas CC 1-0; 12-2 3 3 Big Bend CC 0-0; 11-3 4 tie 3 Clark College 1-0; 9-2 6 4 Pierce College 2-0; 9-3 NR 4 Blue Mountain CC 0-0; 11-2 4 5 Mt. Hood CC 0-1; 11-3 1 5 Umpqua CC 1-0; 10-4 8 6 Whatcom CC 1-0; 8-3 4 tie 6 Lane CC 0-1; 13-4 5 7 CC's of Spokane 0-0; 10-4 NR 7 Highline CC 1-1; 10-4 1 8 Highline CC 1-1; 10-3 7 8 Skagit Valley College 1-0; 9-4 7 Others: Everett CC, Treasure Valley CC,
Others: Lower Columbia College, Big Bend CC
Bellevue College, Wenatche Valley College
NR = Not Ranked
- Dominique McClendon named NWAACC M. Basketball Player of the Week 1/6 - Dominique McClendon led Everett Community College (10-5 overall) to a 111-88 win over North Region rival Shoreline Community College (3-9 overall) to help the Trojans begin league play 1-0. He shot an efficient 12-15 en route to 26 points in 25 minutes of action in both team’s region opener. McClendon pulled-in six rebounds along with three assists, and one block with only one turnover. McClendon was perfect on two-point field goals (11-11), while adding one three-pointer on four attempts. Earlier in the week, McClendon led Everett to the Clackamas Holiday Tournament championship behind a 29-point (12-20), 10-rebound championship game performance in a 109-90 win over Yakima. McClendon was selected to the All-Tournament team. The Spokane, Washington native is 10th in NWAACC scoring with 20.6 points-per-game, 17th in rebounding (7.7), seventh in blocks (1.3), and ninth in free-throw shooting percentage (82.9%). Also nominated: DJ Anderson, Southwestern Oregon; Mac Johnson, Mt Hood; Colin Spickerman, Clark; Bryce White, Chemeketa.
- 1/11 Trojan Basketball @ Bellevue College - The Trojan Basketball Teams travel to Bellevue, WA to play league games against the Bulldogs of Bellevue College on Saturday, Jan. 11th. The Women start at 4pm and the Men starting at 6pm. Directions to BC are under the directions link to the left.
- Trojan Basketball beats Shoreline CC 1/4 - The Trojan Basketball Teams started league play of the 2013-14 season at Shoreline CC playing the Dolphins on Jan. 4th. The Women started the afternoon off at 2pm and you could tell from the beginning that it was going to be all Everett's game. At half time, the Trojans had a commanding lead over the Dolphins 36-15, along with the largest lead was when the score was 32-3 in favor of Everett. In the second half, the Dolphins scored 29, but the Trojans scored 33 to win the game 69-44. Game Highs: Everett ~ Taylor Smith 22 points & 7 rebounds; Emma DuChesne 11 points & 6 assists; Ashley Albertson 10 points, 10 rebounds, 6 assists & 7 steals. Shoreline ~ Emily Wilbur 13 points & 10 rebounds; Magen Lloyd 9 each of points & rebounds; Genia Taylor 7 points & 13 rebounds. Everett Women are 1-0 in league and 4-10 overall and Shoreline Women are 0-1 in league and 2-7 overall. The Men's game started at 4pm and while there were 2 lead changes, the Trojans dominated the game. At half time Everett had a 6 point lead 48-42. In the second half, the largest lead occured when the score was 103-67 in favor of EvCC. The Trojans scored 63 in the second half to the Dolphins 46 to win the game 111-88. Game Highs: Everett ~ Dominique McClendon 26 points; Theo VandenEkart 22 points, & 10 rebounds; Luke DuChesne & RJ Magar each with 16 points; Shawn Madigan 12 points; David Ware 7 points & 10 assists. Shoreline ~ Earl Thompson 22 points & 8 rebounds; Artez Scharer 14 points; Bronte Corbray 13 points; Austin Jordt 11 points. Everett Men are 1-0 in league and 10-5 overall. Shoreline Men are 0-1 in league and 3-9 overall.
- 1/8 Basketball hosts Olympic College - The Rangers of Olympic College will in Everett on Wednesday, Jan. 8th to play the Trojans in league basketball games. The Women start the night off at 5pm with the Men to follow at 7pm. Admission is $5.00 per person per day 12 years old and up, except for current EvCC Students/Staff/Faculty with current EvCC ID - they are FREE as long as they have the ID on them as it must be shown at entry door to receive the free admission.
- Clackamas CC Holiday All-Tournament Team 12/30 - After the Championship Game between the EvCC Trojans and the Yakima Valley CC Yaks at the Clackamas CC Holiday Tournament on Dec. 30th, the All-Tournament Team was announced. Tournament MVP was EVERETT CC's David Ware! All-Tournament Team named were: Malik Barnes (Skagit Valley College); Marquis Blackwell (Tacoma CC); Prince Lacey (Walla Walla CC); RJ Magar (EVERETT CC); Dominique McClendon (EVERETT CC); Adam Moore (Linn-Benton CC); Kaipo Pale (Yakima Valley CC); Vince Payne (Skagit Valley College); Juawnn Springfield (Yakima Valley CC); Caleb Wilson (Linn-Benton CC). Final tournament placing was: 1st - EVERETT CC; 2nd - Yakima Valley CC; 3rd - Skagit Valley College; 4th - Linn-Benton CC; 5th - Walla Walla CC; 6th - Tacoma CC.
- Men's Basketball takes 1st @ Clackamas 12/28-30 - The Men's Basketball Team took home the 1st place trophy from the 2013 Clackamas CC Holiday Tournament. The three day event took place in Oregon City, OR over Sat - Mon Dec. 28-30. On the 28th, the Trojans faced the Roadrunners of Linn-Benton CC at 1:00pm. In the first half, the Trojans only scored 45 points to the Roadrunners 54. However, with 7 lead changes and 4 ties throughout the game, the Trojans bounced back in the second half to out score the Roadrunners 48 to 28 to win the game 93-82. RJ Magar had 28 points; Dominique McClendon had 20 points & 10 rebounds; David Ware had 11 points and Luke DuChesne had 10 points. With this win, Everett now faced the Warriors of Walla Walla CC at 5:00pm on the 29th. This second game was definitely closer from beginning to end, with 14 lead changes and 13 ties. The score at half time was Everett 43 and Walla Walla 37. In the second half, the Warriors out scored the Trojans by 3, but it wasn't enough to beat them. Everett won 83-80 to send them to the Championship Game. David Ware 24 points, 12 rebounds & 9 assists; Theo VandenEkart 20 points; RJ Magar 11 points. The Championship Game took place at 3:00pm on the 30th and had the Trojans facing the Yaks of Yakima Valley CC for the third time this season. The first meeting also was a championship game that had the Yaks winning by 15 at the LCC Red Devil Classic in Nov. The second meeting was at the Bigfoot Classic in Spokane in early Dec. That game had the Trojans winning 91-86. This game held a lot of meaning for both teams and the Trojans seemed like they just wanted it more as they outscored the Yaks 53-36 in the first half. There were only 6 lead changes in the game and only 1 tie. In the second half, the Trojans once again outscored the Yaks 56-54 to win the game and the championship 109-90. Dominique McClendon had 27 points & 9 rebounds; Theo VandenEkart had 22 points; RJ Magar had 18 points; Jake Allen had 17 points & 11 rebounds.
- 1/4 Basketball @ Shoreline CC - The Men's & Women's Basketball Teams will be in Seattle, WA on Saturday, January 4th, 2014 to play the first league games of the 2013-14 season against the Shoreline CC Dolphins. The Women start the afternoon off at 2:00pm with the Men following at 4:00pm. Directions to ShCC are under the directions link to the left.
12/24 NWAACC 2nd Coaches Poll - The second Basketball Coaches Poll was released by the NWAACC on December 24th. Mt. Hood CC takes over the top spot for the Men, as they had previously been #5. On the Women's Poll, Highline CC takes over the top spot from CBC, as HCC had been #6 on the previous poll. Everett Men's team had been #6 on the 1st Coaches Poll, but wasn't voted onto this one.
12/24/13 - 2nd Poll Record Prev. Record Prev. Men Overall Rank Women Overall Rank 1 Mt. Hood CC 11-1 5 1 Highline CC 8-1 6 2 Clark College 7-1 NR 2 Columbia Basin College 10-3 1 3 Treasure Valley CC 7-2 3 3 Clackamas CC 11-2 2 4 tie Big Bend CC 9-2 2 4 Blue Mountain CC 9-1 4 4 tie Whatcom CC 7-2 1 5 Lane CC 11-2 3 6 Southwestern Oregon CC 11-3 NR 6 Clark College 8-2 NR 7 Highline CC 8-2 4 7 Skagit Valley College 7-2 NR 8 Peninsula College 5-1 8 8 Umpqua CC 7-3 5 Others: CC's of Spokane, Pierce College Others: Wenatchee Valley College NR = Not Ranked
- 12/28-12/30 Women's Basketball in Victoria, BC - The Women's Basketball Team will be in Victoria, BC on the campus of Camosun College to participate in their holiday tournament. Game times and opponents are set and are: Dec. 28th @ 7:30pm vs Camosun College; Dec. 29th @ 2:15pm vs Kwantlen College and Dec. 30th @ 11am vs Langara College. For more information on this tournament, please contact Head Coach Hovde at 425-388-9326.
- 12/28-12/30 Men's Basketball at Clackamas Holiday Tournament - On Sat-Mon, Dec. 28th - 30th, the Men's Basketball Team will be in Oregon City, OR to participate in the 2013 Clackamas CC Holiday Tournament. The Trojans will face Linn-Benton CC at 1pm on the 28th. Their game times and opponents will be determined on how they do and how the other teams do as well. Team participating are: Everett CC, Linn-Benton CC, Walla Walla CC, Centralia College, Yakima Valley CC, Tacoma CC, Clackamas CC, Skagit Valley College. Directions to Clackamas CC are under the directions link to the left.
- Everett Basketball lose two to Tohono O'odham 12/15 - The Jegos from Tohono O'odham CC out of Arizona were in Everett on Sunday, Dec. 15th to play non-league games with the Trojans. The Women started at 4pm and even though early on, there were 5 lead changes and 3 ties, the Jegos took control of the game and never let up. Score at half time had the Jegos leading 43-25. Nothing much changed in the second half and the Jego outscored the Trojans 44-32 to win the game 87-57. Game Highs: Everett - Kelsy Rasmussen 13 points; Sierra Hagans 12 points & 9 rebounds. Tohono - Iesha Sisto & Jasmine Suarez each with 17 points; Darlene Danehy & Melia Tadytin each with 16 points, Melia also had 18 rebounds. The Men's game began at 6pm. The whole game was close along with going back and forth. There were 10 lead changes, 13 ties and the largest lead was only 7 points. At half time the Jegos had a 4 point lead 37-33. At the end of the second half, the Trojans had scored 42 points however the Jegos had scored 43 to win the game 80-75. Game Highs: Everett - Dominique McClendon 23 points & 9 rebounds; David Ware 19 points, 9 rebounds & 12 assists; Rashad Jones 10 points & 10 rebounds. Tohono - Ruben Silvas 27 points; Christian Thompson 22 points; Will Marchal 14 points & 12 rebounds. Everett Women are 0-7 overall and Everett Men are 5-3 overall.
- 12/20-12/22 Women's Basketball at SWOCC Crossover - The Women's Basketball Team will participate in the Southern Region Crossover on the campus of Southwestern Oregon CC in Coos Bay, OR. The three day event will be Fri-Sun Dec. 20th - 22nd. Teams participating: Everett CC, Olympic CC, Pierce College, Southwestern Oregon CC, Tacoma CC, Treasure Valley CC, Umpqua CC & Columbia Basin College. Directions to SWOCC are under the directions link to the left.
- 12/20-12/22 Men's Basketball hosts Crossover - The 2013 Northern Region Crossover Tournament will be held at Everett CC this year on Fri-Sun, Dec. 20th - 22nd. Teams participating: Everett CC, Whatcom CC, Big Bend CC, CC's of Spokane, Clark College, Green River CC, Chemeketa CC & Lane CC. Game times on Fri & Sat are 2pm, 4pm, 6pm & 8pm and on Sun 12pm, 2pm and the Championship Game at 4pm. Everett plays at 8pm on Friday vs Lane CC. Admission is $5.00 per person per day 12 years old and up, except for current EvCC Students/Staff/Faculty with current EvCC ID - they are FREE as long as they have the ID on them as it must be shown at entry door to receive the free admission.
- NWAACC Coaches Poll 12/10 - On the first NWAACC Basketball Coaches Poll of the 2013-14 season, the Everett Men's Team was ranked 6th in the top 8. The top spot is held by fellow Northern Region school Whatcom CC. East Region teams held #2 & #3 - Big Bend CC as #2 and Treasure Valley CC as #3. Highline CC from the West Region was #4, with South Region Mt. Hood CC is #5. Yakima Valley CC from the East is #6 and Peninsula College from the North is #8. Two other schools received votes - just not enough to make the top 8 - Southwestern Oregon CC and Clark College. On the Women's Coaches Poll, there was only one North Region team on the top 8 - Bellevue College in the #7 spot. Columbia Basin College from the East held the top spot followed by - Clackamas CC (South) as #2, Lane CC (South) as #3, Blue Mountain CC (East) as #4, Umpqua CC (South) as #5, Highline CC (West) as #6 and Southwestern Oregon CC (South) as #8. Other teams that received votes were: Lower Columbia College, Clark College, Walla Walla CC, Skagit Valley College, CC's of Spokane and Whatcom CC.
- Theo VandenEkart named NWAACC M. Basketball Player of the Week 12/10 - Everett sophomore guard Theo VandenEkart is the Northwest Athletic Association of Community Colleges’ Player of the Week. VandenEkart averaged 28 points, along with 8 rebounds per-game for the 6-foot guard over back-to-back-to-back games as the Trojans finished the Bigfoot Classic 2-1, where he also was named to the Bigfoot Classic All-Tournament Team. VandenEkart was also recognized by head coach Larry Walker as Everett’s best defender over the weekend to go along with leading the tournament in scoring. Over the three games, he scored 84 points, grabbed 24 rebounds, to go with 7 assists, and 10 steals while shooting 48% from the field and 82% from the free-throw line. The Sultan, Washington native is averaging 20.14 points this season. VandenEkart has 19 steals this season, good for second in the NWAACC. Also nominated: Kwinn Hanson, Community Colleges of Spokane; Kyle Impero Whatcom; Mac Johnson, Mt. Hood; Aaron Ward, Wenatchee Valley; Brendan Westendorf, Big Bend; Isaac Winston, Green River
- 12/15 Basketball hosts Tohono O'odham CC - Sunday afternoon/evening on Dec. 15th, will have the Trojans hosting the Jegos from the Tohono O'odham CC out of Arizona in non-league basketball games. The Women's game will begin at 4pm and the Men's game will follow at 6pm. Both games will be played in the Student Fitness Center. Admission is $5.00 per person 12 years old and up, except for current EvCC Students/Staff/Faculty with current EvCC ID - they are FREE as long as they have the ID on them as it must be shown at entry door to receive the free admission.
- Men's Basketball Red Devil Classic All-Tournament Team 12/1 - Tournament host Lower Columbia College Athletic Director Kirc Roland announced the All-Tournament Team after the Championship Game in Mark Morris HS for the 2013 Red Devil Classic. The MVP for the tournmament was Juwann Springfield from Yakima Valley CC. Named to the All-Tournament Team were: DJ Anderson (SWOCC); Mac Johnson (Mt. Hood); RJ Magar (EVERETT); Dominique McClendon (EVERETT); and Joel YellowOwl (Yakima Valley). Honorable Mentions were Kwinn Hanson (Spokane) and Dexter Williams (SWOCC). Final placements for the tournament: 1st - Yakima Valley CC; 2nd - EVERETT CC; 3rd - Southwestern Oregon CC; 4th - Mt. Hood CC; 5th - Walla Walla CC; 6th - CC's of Spokane. CONGRATULATIONS RJ & Dom and the whole EvCC Team!
- Championship Game results @ Red Devil Classic 12/1 - The Men's Basketball Championship Game of the 2013 Red Devil Classic pitted the Trojans of Everett CC versus the Yaks of Yakima Valley CC. The game began at 4pm in the gym of Mark Morris High School. From the beginning, the Trojans knew they were going to have to play all out for the full game. The Yakls started taking it to the Trojans from the jump ball, however, before the jump ball Everett's RJ Magar shot & made two free throws due to Yakima's DJ Spillers dunking in warmups which resulted in a team technical. At the end of the first half, the Yaks had a 4 point lead 61-57 over the Trojans. The second half was when the Yaks really took it to the Trojans, by not only our rebounding them for the game 51-40 but also our scoring them 56-45 to win the game 117-102. Game Highs: Everett - David Ware 26 points, 6 rebounds & 9 assists; RJ Magar 24 points; Dominique McClendon 17 points & 6 rebounds; Theo VandenEkart 13 points; Rashad Jones 11 points & 11 rebounds. Game Highs: Yakima Valley - Juwann Springfield 30 points; Joel YellowOwl 19 points & 7 rebounds; Kaipo Pale & DJ Spillers each with 15 points & 10 rebounds; Jacoby Howe 14 points & 8 assists. This loss & second place finish takes Everett to an overall record of 3-1 while Yakima moves to 5-0 overall.
- Day 2 Red Devil Classic results 11/30 - The second day of the Red Devil Classic had the Trojans facing the Southwestern Oregon CC (SWOCC) Lakers at 8:00pm at Mark Morris HS (Lower Columbia College's home court for the 2013-14 season). This game had 13 lead changes and 8 ties and at the end of the first half, the Lakers had a 2 point lead 46-44. In the second half, the Trojans definitely had a better half and outscored the Lakers 61-53 to win the game 105-99. This win moves Everett into the Championship Game tomorrow versus the Yakima Valley CC Yaks at 4pm, while the loss moves SWOCC to play for 3rd & 5th places against Walla Walla CC at 2pm. Game Highs: Everett - Dominique McClendon 27 points & 11 rebounds; RJ Magar 26 points; Theo VandenEkart 24 points; Rashad Jones 13 points, 6 rebounds & 6 assists; David Ware 8 rebounds, 8 assists and 6 steals. SWOCC - DJ Anderson 33 points & 6 rebounds; Will Dolan & LaDarrell Mongkholtham each had 13 points; Anthony Heintzman 12 points; Dexter Williams 11 points & 9 rebounds. Everett's overall record is 3-0 while SWOCC's is 3-1.
- M. Basketball day 1 results @ Red Devil Classic 11/29 - On the campus of Mark Morris High School in Longview, WA, Lower Columbia College hosted the 2013 Red Devil Classic Tournament. Everett's first game was against the Sasquatch from the CC's of Spokane at 6:00pm on Friday, Nov. 29th. This game was definitely back and forth as there were 21 lead changes and 10 ties throughout the game. At half time, Spokane had a 3 point lead 41-38. In the second half, the Trojans fought down to the end to out score the Sasquatch in the second half 48-42 to win the game 86-83. All five of Everett's starters scored in the double digits with only two did for Spokane. Game Highs: Everett - RJ Magar 22 points & 5 rebounds; Dominique McClendon 19 points; Theo VandenEkart 14 points & 7 rebounds; David Ware 11 points & 10 assists; Rashad Jones 10 points & 7 rebounds. Spokane - Kwinn Hanson 26 points & 14 rebounds; Chase Haack 22 ponts; TJ Bracey 8 points & 8 assists. This win sends Everett to the winner's side of the bracket to play tomorrow at 8pm against the Lakers of Southwestern Oregon CC while the loss for Spokane sends them to the losers side and puts them against Lower Columbia College at 4pm in a loser out game. Everett's overall record is 2-0 and Spokane's overall record is 1-1.
- 12/6-12/8 Women's Basketball @ Bellevue College Tournament - The Bulldog Classic Tournament on the campus if Bellevue College will take place on Fri-Sun, Dec. 6th - 8th. EvCC along with Big Bend, Bellevue, Green River, Highline, Lane, Skagit Valley, Umpqua will participate in the three day, double elimination tournament. Everett's first game will against Lane CC at 3pm on Friday. They will either face Skagit Valley or Highline on Saturday. If they win on Friday, they play at 5pm on Saturday and if they lose on Friday, they play at 1pm. Saturday's results determine Sunday's schedule. They could play at 11am, 1pm or 3pm. Directions to BC are under the directions link to the left.
- 12/6-12/8 Men's Basketball at CC's of Spokane Tournament - On Thursday, December 5th, the Men's Basketball Team will travel to Spokane, WA to participate in the 2013 Bigfoot Classic Tournament hosted by the CC's of Spokane. The three day event runs on Fri-Sun, Dec. 6th - 8th in a double elimination format. The Trojans first game is at 4:00pm on Friday against the Yaks of Yakima Valley CC. Depending on how they do will determine when they play on Saturday. If they win on Friday, they will play at 5pm on Saturday, and then either 4pm on Sunday (if they win on Sat) or at 2pm on Sunday (if they lose on Sat.). If they lose on Friday, they will play at 1pm on Saturday in a loser out game. If they win Saturday they will play at 12pm on Sunday. Saturday's game will be against either North Idaho Junior College or Spokane All-Stars. All Games will be played at Spokane Community College. Directions to the games are under the directions link to the left.
- EvCC Women's Classic All-Tournament 11/22-11/24 - In the 18th Annual EvCC Womens' Classic Tournament, there were 7 All-Tournament players named along with 1 MVP. They are: Gabi Fenumiai from Peninsula College; Tori Mahaffie from Lane CC; Tayler Fleming from Bellevue College; Kelsy Rasmussen from Everett CC; Riley Holsinger & Morgan Freeman from the CC's of Spokane and Alicia Jones from Columbia Basin College. The Tournament MVP was Shannon Bland from Columbia Basin College. All eight players received recognition and an All-Tournament T-shirt. Congratulations out to them and to their teams! 1st - Columbia Basin College; 2nd - CC's of Spokane; 3rd - Bellevue College; 4th - Lane CC; 5th - Everett CC; 6th - Peninsula College.
- EvCC Classic last day results 11/24 - There were only three games on Sunday, Nov. 24th, the last day of the 18th Annual Women's Classic. The 12pm game was for 4th & 6th places and had Lane beating Peninsula 108-69. In the 3rd & 5th place game at 2pm, Bellevue beat Everett 74-72. The final game at 4pm had Columbia Basin beating Spokane for the Championship 82-63. Congratulations to all of the teams and good luck in the remainder of your seasons! Everett/Bellevue game results - EvCC shot better from the field and the 3 point range with a 47.4% from the field and 41.2% from the three point range versus Bellevue's 35.1% from the field and 21.4% from 3 point range. Bellevue had a better free throw percentage, 63.0% to Everett's 55.0%. Everett had a one point lead going into half time, yet in the second half, Bellevue outscored Everett 44-41 for the win. Everett Game Highs: Kelsy Rasmussen 22 points & 10 rebounds; Sierra Hagans 13 points, 5 rebounds & 5 assists; Taylor Smith 11 points; Emma DuChesne 14 points. Bellevue Game Highs: Jori Hall 23 points & 13 rebounds; Airashay Rogers 14 points, 9 rebounds, 4 steals & 5 assists; Tayler Fleming 10 points; Alexis Berrysmith 10 points & 9 rebounds. Everett is 0-4 overall and Bellevue is 2-1 overall.
- Day 2 results from EvCC Classic 11/23 - On the second day of the 18th Annual EvCC Women's Classic Basketball Tournament, two teams lost out and the other 6 were gonna play on day three for 1st - 6th places. Game 5 at 2pm - Lane beat NWIC 117-5 & Game 6 at 4pm - Peninsula beat Alumni 79-77 - NWIC & Alumni are done and Lane & Peninsula will play at 12pm for 4th & 6th places tomorrow. Game 7 at 6pm - Columbia Basin beat Bellevue 63-51 & Game 8 at 8pm - Spokane beat Everett 73-56 - Bellevue & Everett will play at 2pm for 3rd & 5th places and CBC & Spokane will play for the Championship & 2nd place at 4pm. EvCC Game results - Everett shot 30.8% from the field, 22.2% from 3 point range and 66.7% from free throw while Spokane shot 35.5% from the field, 26.7% from 3 point range, and 78.9% from the free throw line. Everett Game Highs: Kelsy Rasmussen had 16 points; Sierra Hagans 12 points, 10 rebounds & 4 blocked shots. Spokane Game Highs: Riley Holsinger 20 points, 14 rebounds, 7 assists & 5 steals; Morgan Freeman 16 points & 9 rebounds; Brianna Anderson 14 points. Everett now has an 0-3 overall record.
- Day 1 results from EvCC Women's Classic 11/22 - The 2013 EvCC Women's Classic is the 18th Annual Tournament hosted here at EvCC. This year had 6 NWAACC schools (Bellevue College, CC's of Spokane, Columbia Basin College, Everett CC, Lane CC, Peninsula College), 1 Alumni team and 1 four year college (Northwest Indian College - NWIC). Game 1 - Bellevue beat Lane 72-58; Game 2 - Columbia Basin beat the Alumni 99-67; Game 3 - Spokane beat Peninsula 54-34; Game 4 - NWIC beat Everett 66-56. Due to a game time conflict, NWIC will not move on in the winner's bracket, but will instead play in the loser's side at 2pm vs Lane. The Alumni will move to the 4pm game on the loser's side to play Peninsula. Bellevue plays Columbia Basin on the winner's side at 6pm and Everett (moved to the winners' side due to NWIC conflict) will play at 8pm vs Spokane. Game results for EvCC vs NWIC: Everett shot 30.6% from the field, 16.7% from behind the 3 point line and 65.2% from the free throw line. NWIC shot 32.3% from the field, 40% from 3 point range and 56.3% from the free throw line. Game Highs - Everett - Kelsy Rasmussen 14 points & 11 rebounds; Sierra Hagans 11 points, 12 rebounds, 4 assists & 5 steals; Kylie Smith 10 points & 11 rebounds. NWIC - Sarah Tom 25 points, 8 rebounds & 5 steals; Krista Colvin 14 points & 6 steals; Jolene Nagy 10 points, 7 rebounds & 5 assists; Elizabeth Isaacs 8 points & 10 rebounds. Everett's overall record is no 0-2.
- 11/29-12/1 Men's Basketball at Red Devil Classic - The Men's Basketball Team will be in Longview, WA to participate in the 2013 Red Devil Classic hosted by Lower Columbia College. This is a three day tournament on the campus of Mark Morris High School, due to LCC renovating their gymnasium. Everett's first game will be at 6pm on Nov. 29th against the Sasquatch from the CC's of Spokane. Their second game will take place on Nov. 30th against either Lower Columbia College or Southwestern Oregon CC at either 3pm (if lose on 11/29) or at 8pm (if win on 11/29), Directions to LCC (Mark Morris HS is right next door) are under the directions link to the left.
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NWAACC & EvCC
Everett Community College is a member of the Northwest Athletic Association of Community Colleges (NWAACC), which includes most community colleges in Washington, Oregon, and Canada. Not all schools have all of the same athletics teams.
|Bellevue College||Clackamas CC||Everett CC||Linn-Benton CC|
|Pierce College||South Puget Sound CC||Umpqua CC||Big Bend CC|
|Clark College||Grays Harbor College||Lower Coumbia College||Portland CC|
|Southwestern Oregon CC||Walla Walla CC||Blue Mountain CC||Columbia Basin College|
|Green River CC||Mt. Hood CC||North Seattle CC||CC's of Spokane|
|Wenatchee Valley College||Centalia College||Douglas College||Highline CC|
|Olympic College||Shoreline CC||Tacoma CC||Whatcom CC|
|Chemeketa CC||Edmonds CC||Lane CC||Peninsula College|
|Skagit Valley College||Treasure Valley CC||Yakima Valley CC|
NWAACC athletes must have graduated high school or their class must have graduated; be enrolled for at least 12 credits each quarter they participate; complete at least 12 credits the quarter prior to participating; and complete at least 36 credits prior to competing a second year in the same sport. In addition, to participate a second season, athletes must maintain a 2.00 cumulative GPA.
For Directions to all NWAACC schools, gyms, and athletic fields: click on Directions link from the NWAACC website.
Intramural activities are offered each quarter and are free and open to all students, staff and faculty with valid EvCC ID, View the Intramural Activities current schedule.
There are NO Intramural Activites on Sundays nor on any day that there is no school.
For more information on Intramural Activities please contact Larry Walker, Athletic Director at 425-388-9328 or Sue Snow, Assistant Athletic DIrector at 425-388-9327.