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Takasaki named NWAC Defensive Player of the Week

Takasaki named NWAC Defensive Player of the Week

Regional Players of the Week – Week 4 North Offensive: Danika Brown, Edmonds Setter: Kyla Bonsen/Dyamond Schirmer, Bellevue Defensive: Alexis Carpenter, Whatcom East Offensive: Brooklyn Rainer, SFCC Setter: Anela Navar, TVCC * Defensive: Tia Takasaki, Walla Walla CC West * Offensive: Alicia Nguyen, Highline * Setter: Hattey Smith, Pierce Defensive: Peyton Foster, Pierce South Offensive: Cassidy Herbert, Lane Setter: Sydnie Johnson, Linn Benton Defensive: Josie Carlson, Clackamas * NWAC…

Volleyball wins three of four at Crossover

Volleyball wins three of four at Crossover

LYNNWOOD, Wash. — Walla Walla Community College battled to a third place finish here Friday and Saturday in NWAC crossover volleyball action. The Warriors split their two Friday matches. The Warriors opened with a sweep of Clackamas 25-20, 26-24, 25-22. In their second match, Shoreline turned the tables on the Warriors and handed the Warriors…

WWCC battles back but falls short against Hawks

WWCC battles back but falls short against Hawks

PASCO — Walla Walla Community College nearly climbed all the way out of a 2-0 hole, but wound up losing a tiebreaker to Columbia Basin in their Northwest Athletic Confernce East Region volleyball match here on Wednesday. Columbia Basin prevailed, 25-13, 25-23, 19-25, 15-25 and 15-9. “We had a chance to win, but couldn’t finish…

Warriors split vs. Edmonds, Skagit Valley

Warriors split vs. Edmonds, Skagit Valley

LYNNWOOD, Wash. — Walla Walla Community College’s volleyball team battled back after losing four straight sets with a 3-0 sweep at the hands of host Edmonds and then the opener against Skagit Valley.   The Warriors took the next three in a row, upending Skagit Valley and salvaging one of their two matches in the…

Warriors sweep Olympic, Shoreline

Warriors sweep Olympic, Shoreline

SHORELINE, Wash. — Walla Walla Community College’s volleyball team won both its matches, defeating both Olympic and Shoreline in a Northwest Athletic Conference tri-meet here on Tuesday.   First, the Warriors finished off Olympic in straight sets, 25-22, 25-14 and 25-18.   Tylar Jones led WWCC with 11 kills, and teammate Leigha Peebles had nine…

Volleyball Season Preview

Volleyball Season Preview

WWCC will unveil an almost entirely new roster this weekend at the season-opening NWAC Showcase in Springfield, Ore.   Last year, the Warriors compiled a 33-8 record and placed second in the nine-team East Region standings behind undefeated and eventual conference champ Spokane.   On Nov. 2 here at the Dietrich Dome, the Warriors challenged…

Three Warriors make commitments for next year

Three Warriors make commitments for next year

Three WWCC Warrior Volleyball players have made commitments to continue their academic and athletic careers for next year. Morgan Ness will head to Lewis-Clark State College, Abbey Schwager is going to Concordia University in Portland, and Ocean Bryan will be competing at Clarkson University in New York. Below are the right ups from LC State…

Lewiston’s Collins signs with WWCC

Lewiston’s Collins signs with WWCC

As the volleyball coaches at Walla Walla Community College scouted Lewiston High’s Kassie Collins, they liked her craftiness as a hitter, among other qualities she brought to the court.   And the feeling of admiration was mutual.   Collins, a senior, signed with WWCC recently.   “We expect her to be an impact player right…

Three Warriors named to Eastern Region All Star Teams

Three Warriors named to Eastern Region All Star Teams

Print Version: VIEW VANCOUVER, WA — The NWAC is proud to announce the 2018 Volleyball All-Stars. Congratulations to the all the student-athletes who have had great success on the court this season. EASTERN REGION Most Valuable Player Joelle Mahowald, SO, Spokane Coach of the Year  Jenni Rosselli-Hull, Spokane First Team Hailee Etter, SO, North Idaho Morgan…

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