Tradition of Excellence

160 NWAC Championships
218 NWAC Region Championships
4 NCWSA Championships
3 NJCAA Championships
as of 07-27-2017
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December Scholar-Athletes of the Month

Eisenmann
Meghan Eisenmann 

 

Pynch
Chris Pynch

The Community Colleges of Spokane December Female Scholar Athlete of the Month is Meghan Eisenmann.  Meghan has done a great job in leading the Lady Sasquatch basketball team to an 8-3 record through the pre-season schedule.  She is averaging 14 points and 6 rebounds per game to lead the team in each category.  Meghan is also shooting 44% from the floor and a team high 83% from the free throw line.  She has worked hard to become a better defensive player and is one of the team leaders.  One of her highlights this year was her 22 point performance and game winning 3 point shot to beat Clackamas, who was ranked # 1 at that time.  Meghan is one of our most versatile players as she can play inside effectively as well as step out and hit the 3.   She was named to the All-Tournament Team at the Shoreline Turkey Shootout and the Edmonds Holiday Classic.  Meghan has also been solid in the classroom maintaining a 3.0 GPA.  We are very fortunate to have Meghan on our team as she has been a pleasure to coach.  We are excited about the prospects of this year’s region play and Meghan will be a big part of it.
 

Congratulations Meghan!
 

 

 

The Community Colleges of Spokane December Male Scholar Athlete of the Month is Chris Pynch.  Chris, a 5'11’guard from Riverside Christian in Yakima, is a starter on the CCS men’s basketball team.  He has established himself as a presence on the basketball court both as the starting point guard and by developing into one of the best lockdown defenders in the league.  Chris has shown an ability to hit big shots and has been willing to do whatever it takes for the team to be successful.  Chris has played an integral role in helping the Sasquatch get off to a successful start this season.  His accomplishments carry over into the classroom where he maintains a 3.77 grade point average.  He hopes to transfer to a four-year university and continue to play basketball.


Congratulations Chris!