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Year in Review 2018-2019

Year in Review 2018-2019

By The Numbers

  • 11 athletes named to All Region Teams
  • 2 Most Valuable Player Awards
  • 9 All Americans/National Recognition
  • 14 Athletes Signed to National Letters of Intent
  • 2 new school records
  • 1 Coach of the Year Awards
  • 3 NWAC Playoff Appearances
  • 4 Region Championships
  • 71 Athletes on the EvCC Honor Roll
  • 16 on the President's List with 4.0 GPA's

 

 

Cross Country

Men's Northwest Region Champs; Tim Mandzyuk NW Region Meet Men's Champion; 3 men named all region; Danielle Bauder NW Region Women's Meet Champion; Four women named all region; 3 men inside top 30 at NWAC Championship meet with 6th place team finish.  4 women inside top 30 at NWAC Championship meet, & 4th place team finish.  Women's Team GPA 3.10 & men's team GPA 3.53;  10 athletes on academic honor roll and 5 on the Presidents list.   Four athletes graduated & moved on to the next level.

 

Women's Soccer

5-13-2 overall record; Jaylin Baah-Yeboah, Lauren Dowdell, & Mayu Naguite named to all region team; Defeated  playoff teamWhatcom, 3-1.  Two of three sophomores graduated with AA's. Five made academic honor roll, including two on the President's List.

 

Men's Soccer

12-9-0 overall record becomes most wins in program history and 49 total goals scored is tied for most in program history.  Qualified for the playoffs for second straight season, losing to eventual NWAC Champs Tacoma 3-1. North Region Record & NWAC playoff appearance.  Aaron Byrne scored 26 career goals, the most in program history. Three players made the All-Region team and four were selected for the all star game.  Four  athletes made the academic honor roll.

 

Women's Volleyball

Two graduated with AA degrees and  seven student athletes made the EvCC Academic Honor Roll including three on the Dean's List .

 

Women's Basketball

10-9 overall record, finished 6th in North Region Standings.   Seraphina Balderas was named 2nd team All Region, and Hannah Hezekiah was named North Region Freshman of the Year, and North Region MVP.  Her 20.2 points per game was 5th in the NWAC. Kelsey Mellick set a new single game scoring record with 50 pts and two made the Academic Honor Roll.

 

Men's Basketball

22-8 overall record , and 14-0 in conference for the first time in school history.  Also won the  North Region Championship for the 2nd year in a row. Markieth Brown Jr. set a school record 1,382 career points and was also named the North Region MVP.  Magnus Jespersen made 2nd team All Region and Tori Odom made the All Defensive Team. Mike Trautman was also named North Region Coach of the year.  Five made the Academic Honor Roll with Noah Phillips and Brett Johnson making the President's List and Dean's List respectively.  All three sophomores graduated or transferring to 4-year university. 

 

Track and Field

26 men and women athletes competed for track and field this season and seven athletes earned All-American status for finishing in the top 3 in their events at the NWAC Championships.  The men finished 5th overall as a team.  Ellee London competed in 4 events and took 2nd in the 800.  Courtney Ball set an EvCC Triple Jump record at 34'9".  Dimeji Adekanbi took 2nd in the 100m, Tim Mandzyuk took 2nd in the 3000m steeple chase, Isaiah Funston took 2nd in the 800m, and Jaydon Tryon took 3rd in the javelin. Twenty athletes made the academic honor roll and six athletes made the president's list with 4.0 GPA's.

 

Softball

13-25 overall record, finished one spot away from final playoff spot.  Alyson Roberson was named 2nd team All Region outfielder, and Megan Parsley was All Region 1st Team, and NWAC All-American. She was top 10 in the NWAC in batting average hitting .472.  Six athletes made the honor roll and Ciara Harding made the presidents list twice.

 

Baseball

39-11 overall record, tied for most wins in program history. Won the North Region Championship and advanced to the championship game.  Eight players were named to All Region teams, two players were gold glove winners, Zach Boswell was named North Region MVP, and JoJo Howie was North Region Coach of the Year.  Nine players have signed to play at the next level, and over half the team was on the academic honor roll.