Jim Harryman, Bellevue’s First Baseball Coach and Athletic Director Passes Away

The inaugural baseball team at Bellevue College in 1970 coached by Jim Harryman (pictured upper left corner). Photo by BC Athletics archives   Bellevue College’s first baseball coach and athletic director, Jim Harryman passed away on Thursday December 5, 2019 at the age of 86. The legacy that Harryman started on the baseball diamond is ...more about Jim Harryman, Bellevue’s First Baseball Coach and Athletic Director Passes Away


Bulldog Women Lose First Game of Year in Thriller With Yakima Valley

Amanda Luckett BC women's basketball

The Bellevue College women's basketball team suffered their first loss of the year after a hot 3-0 start out of the gates as visiting Yakima Valley topped the Bulldogs 76-73 tonight at Courter Family Athletic Pavilion. In a competitive game between two of the top squads in the NWAC, Yakima Valley turned in a 30-point ...more about Bulldog Women Lose First Game of Year in Thriller With Yakima Valley




Bulldog Women Cruise Past Green River

Makenna Faulkner BC women's basketball

Bellevue College women's basketball used their depth to show anyone on this year's Bulldog squad can contribute in a 92-44 win last night at Courter Family Athletic Pavilion. The Bulldogs led 32-8 after one quarter before a slowdown on both sides in the second quarter prevented the blowout from escalating. Heading into the locker room ...more about Bulldog Women Cruise Past Green River


NWAC mourns passing of inaugural NWAC Executive Director Frank Bosone

Frank Bosone, the first executive director of the NWAC, passed away Nov. 24. For many years Frank Bosone was a teacher, counselor, college administrator at Bellevue College. After the 78-79 season, a five-member committee from the NWAACC conference selected Bosone as the first Executive Director of the NWAACC. He served from 1978-1992 as Executive Director and oversaw the merger of OCCAA and the NWAACC in 1983.


Bellevue Falls To Tacoma On Road

Bellevue College men's basketball fell to host Tacoma last night 86-78 in a shootout from long range as the two teams combined for 43 three-point goal attempts. The Bulldogs put up 25 from the arc but converted only 9 as one-shot opportunities doomed BC as Tacoma outrebounded the Bulldogs 53-40. Bellevue fell behind by 10 ...more about Bellevue Falls To Tacoma On Road


Women’s Basketball Wins on Road

BC women's basketball

Bellevue College women's basketball put together a relatively clean game in every aspect with contributions from both the starters and off the bench for an impressive 74-70 win on the road yesterday against Linn-Benton. The Bulldogs established the tempo early as sophomore Amanda Luckett had 5 rebounds, limiting Linn-Benton to only 12 attempts from the ...more about Women’s Basketball Wins on Road


Men’s Basketball Falls to Highline

After two consecutive nights of hot shooting, Bellevue College's touch went cold from both the field and the foul line as Highline topped the Bulldogs 87-76 yesterday afternoon at Courter Family Athletic Pavilion. Bellevue, coming off two nights in a row shooting over 50% from the field, went 27-for-72 for a 38% clip. The Bulldogs ...more about Men’s Basketball Falls to Highline


Men’s Basketball Continues Hot Shooting to First Win of Year over Undefeated Walla Walla

With an 0-3 record heading into a game against an undefeated and annual contender Walla Walla, Bellevue College men's basketball showed they should be reckoned with by anyone in the NWAC with an impressive 90-80 win tonight in round two of the annual Bulldog Classic at Courter Family Athletic Pavilion. For the second night in ...more about Men’s Basketball Continues Hot Shooting to First Win of Year over Undefeated Walla Walla