SERVICE ALERT: NWAC moves most fall sports to winter, spring for 2020-21
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Higher Education Emergency Funds are now available to students! Bellevue College students with financial hardship related to the campus closing and moving all classes and services to an online system due to the COVID-19 health crisis may qualify for emergency funds from the federal CARES ...
SPORTS AT A GLANCE
Fraley, who spent some time last summer with the Rainiers roaming the vast chasm that is center field at Cheney, was as stunned as everyone else in the ballpark when 22-year-old prospect Austin Shenton - a former BC standout - crushed a ball to deep center that cleared the wall with ease and landed somewhere in the Foss High School parking lot beyond.
The NWAC has addressed a range of compliance and eligibility issues for 2020-21, as well as an FAQ list and talking points.
BC Athletics congratulates our outstanding student athletes for their Spring Quarter academic performance!
The NWAC Executive Board approved a plan to move the majority of fall sports to winter and spring quarters. Men's and women's golf (and cross-country) will commence in the fall on a reduced and modified schedule. All other NWAC sports will begin competition in winter and spring quarters of 2021 with reduced schedules as well.
Austin Shenton, an all-NWAC infielder on the 2017 squad was named to the Seattle Mariners roster for the abbreviated 2020 Major League Baseball season. Shenton has been tabbed as one of the top prospects in the organization after a rapid rise to AA last summer ...
The BC Athletics Hall of Fame Banquet planned for October 2020 has been postponed until the Spring of 2021, where we will induct both the classes of 2020 and 2021. Both classes will be announced in Fall 2020. Nominations are still being accepted at this time.
Campbell baseball senior Grant Harris has been named to the 2020 Big South Conference All-Academic Team. Harris joined the Campbell baseball program in 2018 as a transfer from Bellevue College. Through two full years as a Camel, Harris has maintained a near perfect 4.0 GPA as he pursues his degree in sport management from Campbell.
Clarkston basketball player, Jalena Henry, has signed to play ball at the next level. Henry signed with Bellevue College on the west side of the state. The 5-11 Bantam post was a force in her senior season. She averaged a team high six rebounds per game and scored a little over seven points per contest.