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By Grant Clark
South Puget Sound Community College women’s basketball coach Michael Moore preaches a relentless, fast-paced, defensive-minded brand of play.
SPSCC Clipper Athletics are sending three student-athletes to play in the Northwest Athletic Conference (NWAC) All-Star game on Sunday, March 17, in Everett.
Women’s Basketball sends NWAC West Region MVP Trinity Betoney to the women’s all-star game. Betoney, a sophomore guard and forward originally from Nevada, averaged 21.6 points and 10.1 rebounds per game. She plans to continue her basketball career at a 4-year university and is currently considering her options.
SPSCC Clipper Athletics have announced that women's and men's basketball games versus Green River College have been rescheduled to one hour earlier on Saturday, Feb. 9, 2019. Women play at 12 p.m. and men play at 2 p.m. at the SPSCC gym (Bldg. 31).
Join Clipper Athletics and the SPSCC Alumni Association in welcoming back a diverse group of women’s basketball alumnae as they play against the present-day Clippers Women’s Basketball team on Jan. 5, 2019, at 6 p.m. in the SPSCC gymnasium (Bldg. 31).
After the game, the alumnae will join the current student-athletes to share their own experiences in education, athletics, work, and life.
These former student-athletes return to SPSCC from all walks of life, coming as local sports coaches, mothers, teachers, employers, and business owners:
Beginning Jan. 1, 2019, Building 31 will close to the public.
The gymnasium will remain open only for SPSCC basketball practices and games while teams finish the 2018-19 season. Games will remain open to the public. Visit Clipper Athletics webpage >.