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2010-11 November Scholar-Athletes of the Month

Gamache
Karis Gamache

 

Goodrick
Trevin Goodrick

The Community Colleges of Spokane’s Female Scholar-Athlete of the Month for November is Karis Gamache.  Karis, a graduate of Pasco High School, is a freshman on the CCS volleyball team.  She is a great competitor on the court and in the classroom.  As a middle blocker Karis had an outstanding start to her collegiate career.  She posted a total of 268 kills and posted 115 total blocks for the season.  Karis has entered the CCS record books with her Single Season Blocking totals (115, fourth place) and Single Season Blocks per set (.82, fifth place).  She received First Team All-Region Honors along with All-Tournament Team Awards at both the Clark and Walla Walla Crossover Tournaments.  In addition, her team voted her Most Improved.   Karis does all of this while taking a full academic load.  She was a running start student at Columbia Basin College and entered CCS with a 3.1 GPA.  Karis is working toward a degree in diagnostic medical sonography.  With Karis, everyday is a great day to be a Sasquatch!

Congratulations Karis!
 

 


 


 

 

        

 

The Community Colleges of Spokane’s Male Scholar-Athlete of the Month for November is Trevin Goodrick.  Trevin, from Mt. Spokane High School, is a sophomore on the CCS men’s cross country team.  He is in the criminal justice program at SCC where he has a 3.83 GPA and will graduate in the spring of 2011.  Trevin is an asset to this team not only because of his athletic abilities but because he is a great leader, teammate and person.  This is evident by the fact that Trevin was awarded his team’s most prestigious award, the Erik Anderson Coaches award.  This award is chosen by the coaches and given to the student-athlete who best represents the qualities of what a CCS student-athlete should be and who reflects the values that Coach Anderson cherished the most. Trevin had a tremendous season running a lifetime PR at the Willamette invite of 25:42 and followed that up with a second place finish at the NWAACC meet helping his team a 1-2-3 finish and a tenth straight title for the Sasquatch. His top-seven finish also earned him his second All-American award for his career at Spokane.

Congratulations Trevin!