Tradition of Excellence

161 NWAC Championships
150 NWAC Regional Championships
12 NCWSA Championships
3 NJCAA National Championships
326 Total Team Championships
as of 2-8-2018
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2010-11 December Scholar-Athletes of the Month

Korrie Bourn


DeAngelo Jones

The Community Colleges of Spokane’s Female Scholar-Athlete of the Month for December is Korrie Bourn.  Korrie is one of six returning sophomores on this year’s CCS women’s basketball team.  She is currently the third leading rebounder in the NWAACC at 10.5 per game and second in steals at 5 per game.  Korrie is the second leading scorer for the Lady Sasquatch at 13.5 points per game and is shooting at a solid 45% from the floor.  Korrie’s main strength is her versatility as she can play many different positions.  She can post up and is also very effective at the wing.  Korrie is also one of our best defenders as she can contain perimeter players as well as taller players in the post.  She is a Team Captain and has developed into a team leader.  Her best performance so far this year was against Mt. Hood Community College where she recorded a triple double with 18 points, 10 rebounds, and 11 steals.  Korrie was selected to the All-Star Team at the Bellevue Crossover Tournament as she averaged 15 points and 13 rebounds per game.  In addition Korrie has maintained a 3.8 grade point average.  We are very fortunate to have Korrie as part of this year’s team.

Congratulations Korrie!








The Community Colleges of Spokane Male Scholar Athlete of the Month for December is DeAngelo Jones.  DeAngelo, a 6’3 guard from Cheney High School, is a major contributor to the men’s basketball team.  He has established himself as one of the most athletic perimeter players in the league on both the offensive and defensive ends of the floor.  DeAngelo is willing to do whatever it takes for the team to be successful and he has played an integral role in getting the Sasquatch off to a good start this season.  His accomplishments carry over into the classroom where he maintains a 3.88 grade point average.  He hopes to transfer to a four-year university and continue to play basketball.

Congratulations DeAngelo!