Women’s Basketball

Brende Akoto shoots a free throw
BC’s Brenda Akoto attempts a free throw in the NWAC Tournament.

The Bulldogs won the NWAC North Region title with a 10-2 mark in 2017-18 and finished 22-9 overall under Mel Stubblefield, named NWAC North Region Coach of the Year.

BC women's basketball plalyer Molly Dixon drives against a defender
Molly Dixon

In the NWAC tournament, the Bulldogs opened with a 61-57 victory over Mt. Hood and then defeated Lower Columbia 70-62, before falling to Umpqua 103-70 in the semifinals

In his first four seasons, Stubblefield’s teams have compiled a 44-10 mark in the NWAC and 86-39 overall. The Bulldogs have posted 13 consecutive winning seasons, including eight seasons of 20 or more victories, and three more 19-win seasons.

During that span, the Bulldogs have won four 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.

BC women's basketball player Sierra Cole dribbles the ball up the court
Sierra Cole

Sophomore forward Brenda Akoto was named the NWAC North Region Most Valuable Player and named to the North Region all-defensive team. Akoto went over the 1,000-point mark in the semifinal game against Umpqua, finishing her career at BC with 1,017 points.

Sophomore guards Molly Dixon and Sierra Cole were named to the North Region second team.

Akoto also was named to the All-Washington Academic Team. The program recognizes and honors the state’s finest higher education students and has become the showcase for Washington’s community and technical colleges.

 

Last Updated October 29, 2018