Women’s Basketball

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2016-17 Women’s Basketball (L to R) Martina Mason, Sierra Cole, Duaneah Wheeler, Savannah Metzger, Brenda Akoto, Daniela Ivory, Melinda Akoto, Erin Hamilton, DeAyrra Perry, Molly Dixon, Aamira Tuner. Front: asst. coach Brenna Anderson, head coach Mel Stubblefield

The Bulldogs were 12-2 in the NWAC and 23-7 overall in 2015-16 under second-year coach Mel Stubblefield, finishing second in the North Region behind Peninsula College.  In the NWAC tournament opener, the cold-shooting Bulldogs suffered a 71-43 loss to Wenatchee Valley and then dropped a 54-46 decision to Centralia in the consolation bracket.

In his first two seasons, Stubblefield’s teams have compiled a 24-4 mark in the NWAC and 45-17 overall. The Bulldogs have posted 11 consecutive winning seasons, including sevens seasons of 20 or more victories, and two more 19-win seasons.

During that span, the Bulldogs have won three North Region titles, including back-to-back titles in 2013 and 2014, and shared another crown. They also have six second-place regional finishes in that span.

Sophomore guard Mikayla Jones was named the Most Valuable Player for the NWAC North Region and also named to the All-Defensive team. Sophomore forward Shelby Kassuba was a second-team All-North Region pick and freshman guard-forward Erin Hamilton also was named to the All-Defensive team.

 

Last Updated December 4, 2016