Trout is thriving on the softball field

Bellevue College softball player Maddy Trout is thrilled she chose to continue her career just 20 miles from her hometown after graduating from high school in June of 2017. Trout, who graduated from Mount Si High School two years ago, is currently one of the best hitters on the Bellevue roster.


Baseball Takes Two Over Douglas; Games 3 & 4 Postponed Until Tuesday

Kye Seitz

Battling through bouts of heavy rain and wind gusts throughout the day, Bellevue College baseball was able to grind out two ugly wins over Douglas College yesterday by scores of 12-11 and 7-5 at Issaquah High School. The ‘dogs needed extra innings in the first game after blowing a large lead due to walks by …more about Baseball Takes Two Over Douglas; Games 3 & 4 Postponed Until Tuesday


Softball Takes Two Over Highline

Macey Sykes

Bellevue College softball took two games with ease yesterday winning 14-2 and 16-0. Both games ended early due to the run rule. In the 14-2 win, sophomore Tatum Dow, who was recently named NWAC Under Armour Player of the Week, continued her dominance at the plate by smashing two home runs; solo shots in the …more about Softball Takes Two Over Highline



Softball Sweeps Everett With Ease

Bellevue vs. SWOCC

Bellevue College softball finished up their marathon week with a convincing sweep at Everett yesterday winning 12-0 and 10-1. Both games ended early due to the run-rule. Tatum Dow drove in the first run of the game in the first as BC put up seven runs for an early 7-0 lead. Dow’s single drove in …more about Softball Sweeps Everett With Ease


Softball Earns Split At Edmonds

Coming right off a sweep over powerhouse Douglas then being named the #1 team in the Under Armour NWAC Coaches’ Poll, Bellevue College softball came away with a split in yesterday’s doubleheader at Edmonds. The games were Bellevue’s second in three days against top-ranked teams, as the Tritons were ranked fifth coming into the game. …more about Softball Earns Split At Edmonds


Bulldog Softball Ranked #1 in First NWAC Under Armour Coaches’ Poll

Bellevue vs. SWOCC

With two convincing wins over North Region rival Douglas, the NWAC coaches selected Bellevue as the top team in the NWAC in the first Under Armour Coaches’ Poll of the spring. Bellevue received five first-place votes while North Idaho received three to give Bellevue the edge. The Bulldogs take on fifth-ranked Edmonds today at 4:00 …more about Bulldog Softball Ranked #1 in First NWAC Under Armour Coaches’ Poll


Men’s Golf Spring Debut in Walla Walla

Bellevue’s Scott Rohlinger finished second overall in community college individual standings to lead Bellevue to a third place overall finish in the Walla Walla Invitational held at Wine Valley GC. The Bulldogs finished at 33 over par; finishing behind tourney champions University of Fraser Valley. Spokane, which was one of three NWAC schools participating, edged …more about Men’s Golf Spring Debut in Walla Walla


Women’s Golf Wins Walla Walla Tourney

After a winter filled with frozen, snow-covered conditions, the Bellevue College women’s golf team came out and played as if they were in mid-season form by winning the Walla Walla University Invitational which featured a mixture of four- and two-year colleges. Bellevue won by eight shots over Spokane. Makenzie Milton, a sophomore, led BC and …more about Women’s Golf Wins Walla Walla Tourney