Clark College Athletic Report, Nov. 15

first_imgClark College Athletic Report, Nov. 15 By Micah Rice, Columbian Sports Editor Published: November 14, 2018, 9:52pm Share: @col_mrice By signing up you are agreeing to our Privacy Policy and Terms of Service. Micah Rice Columbian Sports Editor VolleyballTHE WEEK THAT WASClark qualified for the Northwest Athletic Conference tournament by beating Clackamas in a play-in game Saturday at O’Connell Sports Center. Clark (18-19) won in four sets, 25-17, 22-25, 25-20, 25-20.Laurel Davidson had 17 kills and 17 digs while Gillian Garcia added 12 kills. Sophomore Megan Hess, (Prairie) had 32 assists and 17 digs.THE WEEK TO COMEClark begins NWAC Tournament play at 9 a.m. Thursday at the Greater Tacoma Convention Center. The No. 4 seed from the South Region, Clark opens against East Region champion Spokane in the double-elimination tournament.Women’s SoccerTHE WEEK THAT WASThe Penguins lost to Peninsula 2-0 in the NWAC championship match on Sunday in Tukwila. The Penguins, which hadn’t allowed a goal in 13 matches, surrendered two in the first 15 minutes. Clark finished the season 14-2-1. GO On Wednesday, Clark’s Kayla Beard, Allyson Findlay and Samantha Rosenkranz were selected to the NWAC South All-Region team.Cross CountryTHE WEEK THAT WASFreshman Micah Goff (Union) placed 17th out of 72 runners in the NWAC Championships on Saturday in Lacey. He covered the 8,000 meter course in 27:28. Aaron Avery placed 26th, Kyle Bear 37th, Calvin DuBois 40th and Micah Turner 60th as Clark placed seventh.Nicky Figueras was Clark’s top woman. She placed 20th out of 68 runners and covered 5,000 meters in 21:10. Elsa Temme was 35th and Carmella DeSean finished 42nd.BasketballTHE WEEK TO COMEThe Clark men’s team opens its season Friday at home against Reed College. The Penguins then face Pacific’s JV team on Monday, then return home to play Multnomah JV on Tuesday. The women’s team opens at Edmonds on Sunday, then plays at Everett on Monday. Share: (360) 735-4548 Receive latest stories and local news in your email: micah.rice@columbian.comlast_img read more

Tickets flying for Meridian doubleheader

Get’em before they’re gone.Tickets are flying out the door for the Brock Badgers basketball doubleheader at the Meridian Centre on Friday, Jan. 27.The much-anticipated Paint the Meridian Red games will see the men’s and women’s basketball teams host the Ryerson Rams in key mid-season tipoffs.General admission tickets and courtside options, for which an additional block of tickets was recently released, are available through Ticketmaster online. Prices are $15 for adults, $10 for seniors and students and $35 for courtside. For staff and faculty, use the promo code (GoBadgers) for a reduced general admission ticket price of $8.For anyone interested in watching the game in added style, suites are available to the Brock community for $125 for up to eight people plus the cost of tickets.Food and drinks are available at an additional cost. To book a suite, please contact Amanda Laprise (alaprise@brocku.ca).Free Brock student tickets will continue to be available at the Walker Complex welcome desk, but are limited and expected to sell out.A record was set on campus Monday for the most student sport tickets distributed in a single day, with more than 1,000 making their way into the hands of Badgers fans.The doubleheader will begin with the Badgers women tipping off at 6 p.m. Ryerson currently sits seventh in the country with a 10-2 record while the Badgers have a 4-8 record.The men’s game will follow at 8 p.m. when the Badgers, ranked sixth in Canada with a 8-4 record, play the Rams, ranked fourth with a perfect 12-0 record.Special halftime performances are planned for the games. read more