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Highline College Volleyball
 2017 Positional Clinics

The Highline College Women's Volleyball Program is pleased to announce the following summer camps to be held at the Highline College Athletics Pavillion

Week 1 August 7-8-9 / Week 2 August 14-15-16

for Teenagers (male and female) 13-18 years old
$100 for all three sessions;  $40 drop-in

See Summer Camp information

Highline Wrestling in the Spotlight
The Open Mat just published an interview with Wrestling Head Coach Scott Norton, highlighting the Highline College Wrestling Program and his success in developing one of the top programs in the Pacific Northwest.
Read the interview here.

From the interview:

Your program won back to back Academic National Championships in 2014 and 2015 becoming the first program to accomplish that feat.  How much of a sense of pride does that bring to you?   

 "I think it’s a pretty big deal.  It shows that our college and program have a tremendous commitment towards education.  We have actually canceled meets and pulled out of tournaments because we didn’t feel our team was where they were supposed to be academically.  I am an educator myself.  I have taught 5th grade since 2000 and the entire time I have been coaching at Highline.  Technically, I have pretty much had two full-time jobs for 15 years.  I’m sure my academic expectations have rubbed off on our teams.  We also communicate to our team the importance of going to class daily and doing well in school.  I am very proud of what our team has achieved academically." Scott Norton

Successful Seasons for 2016/17
Women's Soccer - 2nd place in the NWAC, with a 1-0 heartbreaking loss in overtime to Peninsula College in the championship match. It was a bittersweet ending to an excellent season in which the Thunderbirds won the NWAC West Division, finished at 17-3-0 for the season, and placed six players on the All-Star team.
Men's Soccer - Once again in the playoffs, the team lost to Spokane in the NWAC Men's Soccer Playoff semifinals. For the season, the Thunderbirds finish at 10-1-1 for the season and 12-2-2 for the season, with five all-stars and the Steve Mohn as co-coach of the year.

Women's Volleyball - the team fell in the first round of the playoffs after compiling a 31-7 record in the regular season. 

Men's Wrestling - at the Nationals, Andrew Ramirez became a two-time All-American, finishing second in the nation after suffering an ankle injury early in the final match. Miguel Morales defeated the third ranked wrestler in the country, lost in the later rounds, and finished as an All-American. Josh Wessles made it to the round of 12, losing to the third and fourth ranked wrestlers. Mario Leuvano and Jesse Torres also wrestled competitively. As Head Coach Scott Norton wrote, " Overall, the team did a great job. It's been a long year and our guys did their best wrestling at the end. We finished with a national finalist, 2 All-Americans, and 18th as a team. We are proud of our teams accomplishments."

Women's Tennis: A Most Excellent First Year

Highline Finishes 2nd in Team Championships; Four Highline players win individual titles

May 5/6  - Highline was edged out by Bellevue 5-4 for the team championship but four Highline players won in their events to cap off a wonderful start to Highline's resurrected women's tennis program.  Also, Head Tennis Coach Laura Rosa, whose efforts led to bring back women's tennis, was named as the Women's NWAC Tennis Coach of the Year

Championship Results:


#1 Megan Hagerty           2nd Place
#2 Kenzie Hawkins          2nd Place
#3 Sierra Silva                  Champion

#4 Celeste Andreotti        Champion
#5 Mary Ahmed               2nd Place
#6 Sammie McElwain      Champion

#1  Megan Hagerty and Celeste Andreotti  Champions

#2  Sierra Silva  and Kenzie Hawkins           2nd Place
#3  Mary Ahmed and Sammie McElwain    2nd Place

The Team at the NWAC Championships

Photo compliments of the Highline Women's Tennis team Facebook page.

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2018  Fall Sports Calendar
home events in red

Tennis matches at the Boeing Employee Tennis Center

Softball games at the Highline College field
Golf matches at Twin Lakes course (Federal Way)

 Fall 2018 sporting events will be posted
as they are scheduled.


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