Athletics News

Health & Wellness Goes Next Level

May 6, 2022

“On behalf of the students, I want to thank the college and community for the support and partnership in prioritizing the Health & Wellness Center for the campus and its students,” said Vinnie Nguyen, current ASB President.

Summer Camps 2022

April 21, 2022

Registration is now open for SPSCC Summer Camps!

Athletics Camps

Clipper Athletics logo with "camp"

Clipper Athletics Camps are open to youth entering 3rd grade through age 19.
Check the schedule closely for grades, ages, and dates for each camp.

Location: SPSCC Olympia Campus, Bldg. 31 (Health & Wellness Center)

Clippers Basketball Bring Home Big NWAC All-Region Awards

March 17, 2022

South Puget Sound Community College (SPSCC) congratulates student-athletes Payten Foster, Sharay Trotter, and Justin Hicks for being recognized in the Northwest Athletic Conference (NWAC) All-Region awards. Payten made the NWAC 2nd Team West Region and Sharay was awarded West Region’s Freshman of the Year as well as Defensive Player of the Year for Women’s Basketball. Justin made the NWAC 2nd Team West Region for Men’s Basketball.

SPSCC starts esports varsity team

February 11, 2022

Article via The Jolt News

By Edwin Oscar Gutierrez Jr.

South Puget Sound Community College (SPCC) has formed an esports varsity team, the first of its kind in Thurston County.

In an SPSCC press release, the Clipper eSports team will be coached by competitive gamer Michael Nguyen, who was Global Elite Rank, top one percent, in Counter-Strike: Global Offensive when he played for Western Washington University.

SPSCC Welcomes eSports Head Coach for Program Launch

February 9, 2022

South Puget Sound Community College (SPSCC) is excited to introduce its newest coach and team, Clipper eSports, led by Head Coach Michael Nguyen. Nguyen will lead the Clippers into the world of competitive gaming in fall 2022, and is actively recruiting for the team.

Game On: Clipper eSports is Ready to Play

February 8, 2022
 

Becoming eSports

It's no surprise that many people use video games to have fun and connect with players around the world. Chances are, you know a gamer and recognize their focus and passion—even if you don't quite understand it. But gaming took a big turn to competitive play about 10 years ago, creating a booming industry worth billions of dollars and millions of viewers: eSports.

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