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Men’s Soccer Wins NWAC Championship

Defeats Whatcom 4-3 in Thriller

“That was about as good of a game
as it gets in a championship”
Highline Head Coach Steve Mohn

Nov. 14, 2021 – it was truly a contest worthy of a championship game, seeming to have a little of everything. A steady, wind-blown rain from a slate gray sky provided the atmosphere and the play provided the drama. There were exquisite passes, keepers making lunging saves, players slipping at key times on the wet turf, physical and at times chippy play (Whatcom with five yellow cards), shots clanging off crossbars, a penalty kick, a disallowed goal later allowed (it wasn’t offsides),  comebacks by both teams, and a winning goal by Highline’s Alex Velasco, assisted by Jesus Jeronimo in the 88th minute.
The championship is Highline’s third in the last seven years, following titles in 2014 and 2017, all under Head Coach Steve Mohn.

Read the NWAC story of the game.


Men Soccer Championship Team Photo 2021

“It doesn’t get much better than winning a championship. This one was a wild game. It never really gets old winning a championship.”

Highline Head Coach Steve Mohn

Alex Velasco hits the game winning goal at 88 minutes in Highline’s 4-3 win over Whatcom for the NWAC Championship.

NWAC Playoff MVP
NWAC West All-Star

Alex Velasco

Alex Velasco NWAC All-Star


NWAC West All-Star

Alex Baumgardt

Zane Baumgardt NWAC All-Star 2021

NWAC West All-Star

Christian Cisneros

Christian Cisneros NWAC All-Star 2021

NWAC West All-Star

Jesus Jeronimo

Jesus Jeronimo NWAC All-Star

NWAC West All-Star

Marcos Santos

Marcos Santos NWAC All-Star 2021

Photos from the 2021 Championship Season

Steve Mohn Named NWAC Men’s Soccer Coach of the Year

(From the NWAC website)
Highline College head men’s soccer coach Steve Mohn was named the 2021 NWAC Coach s of the Year on Wednesday.  According to the NWAC announcement “Mohn led the Thunderbirds to their fourth NWAC title overall. It is Mohn’s third championship as head coach and fourth overall as he was a player on the team in Highline’s first championship in 2004.
“This season, Mohn helped lead Highline to a 14-5-0 overall record, which included a seven-game winning streak to end the year. The Thunderbirds finished second in the West Region, but won four-straight playoff games to win the title. The championship game was a thriller, with Highline scoring in the 89th minute to defeat Whatcom 4-3.