Peninsula Pirates Women raise 2018 NWAC Flag

( Clark College’s historically dominant defense finally faltered Sunday afternoon, as the second-ranked Peninsula College Pirates claimed the NWAC women’s soccer championship by a score of 2-0. In a dominant run, the third-ranked Clark College Penguins have allowed just one goal in the last thirteen games. It took just four minutes for the second-best offense... Continue Reading →


Tacoma Titans Men take 2018 NWAC Trophy

( The second-ranked Tacoma College Titans won a physical and sometimes chippy NWAC men’s soccer championship in a matchup of two high-octane offenses, defeating the third-ranked Whatcom Community College Orcas by a score of 2-0. Tacoma head coach Jason Prenovost won the Coach of the Year title, while sophomore forward Alex Whiting won the tournament... Continue Reading →

Spokane tops Tacoma to advance to NWAC semis

SPOKANE, WA--- Ian Schimandle's goal early in overtime lifted the Community College of Spokane Sasquatch to a 2-1 win over defending NWAC Champions Tacoma College Titans on Saturday. The Sasquatch now move on to the semifinals being played Friday November 10 at Starfire Sports Complex in Tukwila. There Spokane will face the red-hot Whatcom Orcas... Continue Reading →

PICTURE PERFECT: Edmonds versus Everett

The Edmonds College Tritons (1-9-1) and Everett College Trojans (6-4-1) tangled in NWAC Men's Soccer on Saturday October 14th. When the final whistle blue it was Everett on top by a score of 5-1 (box score.) Ariaan Cardenas led the Trojans with 2 goals. Wilson Tsoi shot the match for Edmonds CC Athletics and shares some photos... Continue Reading →

NWAC Players of Week for weeks 1 and 2

The 2017 Northwest Athletic Conference soccer seasons are underway and the NWAC is announcing its Players of the Week. Here are the honorees for the first two weeks of the season. Pedro Castro, Highline HS/Burien, WA, tallied 5 goals and an assist in the open week Friendlies matches at Starfire Stadium. His five goals came... Continue Reading →

Jake Hughes named new head coach at Peninsula College

PORT ANGELES,WA --–(school release)  Peninsula College’s nationally-ranked men’s soccer program may have a European feel next fall. The College named Jake Hughes, formerly of London, England, as its’ new head men’s soccer coach. (Cover photo: Peninsula College) Hughes takes over following the late-January resignation of Cale Rodriguez, who left for a coaching job at Cal... Continue Reading →

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