Men’s Basketball News

Men’s Basketball Falls Short In Second Half In NWAC Title Game

Bishop Tosi

After holding a slim lead at halftime, Bellevue College men's basketball went cold, shooting only 24% in the second half as Yakima Valley overtook the Bulldogs 70-57 in the NWAC title game. Bellevue, which rode the hot hand of Maui Sze throughout the entire playoff run, got off 34 attempts and had chances, but could ...more about Men’s Basketball Falls Short In Second Half In NWAC Title Game


Men’s Basketball Pulls Off Huge Win: Will Play for NWAC Title

Maui Sze

Bellevue College men's basketball continues to be the hottest team in the NWAC after pulling off a stunning win over top-ranked Wenatchee Valley 84-76 yesterday in the final four semi-final round at the NWAC Championships. Here is the game recap as provided by the conference.


Sze Sizzles Again; Leads BC Men’s Basketball to Final Four

Maui Sze

Maui Sze was on fire for the second night in a row as the sharp shooting guard poured in 28 points in a 65-60 win over Spokane today on day two of the NWAC Championships. Sze was 9-for-18 from the field including 5-for-10 from three-point range while also adding five rebounds, four assists, and two ...more about Sze Sizzles Again; Leads BC Men’s Basketball to Final Four


Sze Leads Bellevue To Big Tourney-Opening Win

Maui Sze

In a matchup billed as perhaps the toughest opening-round game of the NWAC Sweet Sixteen Championships, Bellevue defeated Umpqua 82-78 in a thriller at the Walt Price Center at Everett Community College. Bellevue, who spent time ranked as the top team in the NWAC earlier this year, came into the game as the North third ...more about Sze Leads Bellevue To Big Tourney-Opening Win


Sze Earns Basketball Honors

Maui Sze

Maui Sze, Bellevue's sharp-shooting guard collected two honors this week as he was named First Team All-North Region and also Freshman of the Year for the region. In a competitive North Region, which has been tabbed by some as the toughest in the NWAC, Sze was the lone Bulldog to make the first team, as ...more about Sze Earns Basketball Honors


Men’s Basketball Tops Edmonds

Aydan Janssan

Bellevue College won their final home game of the year 98-91 over Edmonds tonight at Courter Family Athletic Pavilion. The win was Bellevue's fourth in a row and also sealed third place (actual league record tied for second with Skagit Valley but are placed third due to tiebreaker) as the 'dogs hope to carry that ...more about Men’s Basketball Tops Edmonds


Men’s Basketball Wins Another Thriller in OT

Maui Sze

Bellevue College men's basketball, who have already had more than their share of close games, added another one to their 2022 story with a thrilling 91-89 overtime victory on the road at Peninsula. In yet another must-win situation against a North Region opponent right in the thick of a playoff berth alongside Bellevue, the Bulldogs ...more about Men’s Basketball Wins Another Thriller in OT


Bulldogs Defeat Olympic

Bishop Tosi

In a must-win situation against the first place Olympic Rangers, Bellevue College men's basketball scored a huge victory 76-73 last night at Courter Family Athletic Pavilion. In control for much of the game with sizeable leads of 10 points or more through the entire first half and part of the second, the Rangers tied the ...more about Bulldogs Defeat Olympic



Cold Shooting Dooms Men’s Basketball

Bishop Tosi

Bellevue College men's basketball fell victim to it's worst shooting night of the year and could never recover in a 73-48 loss last night to visiting Skagit Valley. Bellevue was just 9-for-29 in the first half and could only connect on three three-pointers and committed seven turnovers as Skagit Valley built up a commanding 40-25 ...more about Cold Shooting Dooms Men’s Basketball