Savannah McGill and the South Puget Sound Clippers [women] ended their season tonight and what a season it was for McGill. The 6' 1" sophomore forward out of River Ridge High School in nearby Lacey, WA tallied 34 points for the Clippers, but more importantly McGill registered 18 rebounds to help her to break two more NWAC rebounding records.
Just months after its best season in school history, Clipper Men’s Basketball launches a new program to root student athletes in the Thurston County community. Partnering with businesses and members of the community, Clipper Athletics anticipates that the Hometown Hero Program will help student athletes from outside the Thurston area make local relationships that encourage athletic and academic success.
- Sophomore basketball player earns honorable mention for Scholar Athlete of the Year from National Association of Two Year College Athletic Administrators
- Watts also earns the Art Feiro Athlete Academic Leader of the Year Award from the Northwest Athletic Conference
- Watts also won multiple defensive honors this season
Tyler Watts, center, was recently recognized by the SPSCC Executive Team.