Women Basketball Action Photo

image of movie cameraWatch home games of Women’s  Basketball on the Highline College Athletics Youtube Channel

NOTE:  beginning Oct. 28, 2021, for all home athletic events in the Highline College Pavilion, spectators will be required to wear masks and show  proof of vaccination before being able to enter.

Basketball Scheduling Update

Due to Health/Safety concerns, the Northwest Athletic Conference (NWAC) has delayed the start of conferfence play for Men’s and Women’s Basketball to January 19. 

Looking for Some Wins

December 6, 2021 – the Women’s Team is off to a so-so start for the young season with a 2-3 record.  After opening with two losses, the team rebounded with two wins before dropping its last game against Peninsula College.

Kylie Lunday is having a monster season for the T-Birds, playing at an All-Star level.  She is among the league leaders in points per game (18.0), rebounds per game (14.3), and blocked shots (8).  In the win over Olympic College she had 25 points, 20 rebounds and 3 blocks.

Along with Lunday, returnees Patrea Topp (9.8 ppg, 4.0 rpg), Savannah Arneach (7 ppg, 6.5 rpg) and Catherine Sunny (7.3 ppg, 3 apg) provide the experience on the team as it seeks to put together some wins.


Kylie Lunday Women's Basketball
Sophomore Kylie Lunday is having an All-Star caliber season for the Thunderbirds

Highline against Skagit Valley

Dec. 1, 2021

Highline Women’s Basketball Team 2021-22

Women's Basketball Team 2021-22Left to Right:
Mercedes Smith / Patrea Topp / Alanna Conwell / Kylie Lunday / Savannah Arneach / Kiana Manuelito / Mahala Long / Catherine Sunny / Breanna Hernandez