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2010-11 May Scholar-Athletes of the Month

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Savhanna Robertson

 

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Bryan Lee

The Community Colleges of Spokane’s Female Scholar Athlete of the Month for May is Savhanna Robertson.  Savhanna, a graduate of Mt. Spokane High School, played a vital role in the success of the CCS women’s tennis team.  Her second-place finish in both singles and doubles was instrumental to the team’s runner-up title at this year’s 2011 NWAACC Championships. Savhanna is a three-year member of the Sasquatch squad, redshirting in 2010 due to an injury that occurred just before the season opener.

Savhanna’s competitiveness, drive, and determination have proven successful for her both on the court and in the classroom, and she has maintained a high GPA while holding down a full- time job. She was voted Team Captain and Most Inspirational by her fellow teammates, has served two years on the District Athletic Committee, and is well respected by opposing players and coaches.

Savhanna will transfer next year to Eastern Washington University and plans to major in health science education.  She would like to teach and perhaps coach in the future.

Congratulations Savhanna!
 

 

 

The Community Colleges of Spokane’s Male Scholar Athlete of the Month for May is Bryan Lee.  A 2009 graduate of Mead High School, Bryan completed his tennis career at CCS by leading the Sasquatch to their second consecutive NWAACC Championship in 2011. He won a pivotal match in this year’s tournament defeating top seeded and undefeated Kenny Mitchell in the #3 Singles final in straight sets. In his two-year career, Bryan has won two NWAACC titles in singles and one in doubles. He has an overall 13-6 singles record with only one loss in community college action. In doubles, he is 14-5, with again only one loss coming against community college players. He was elected Team Captain and voted this year’s Most Valuable Player by his teammates.

An outstanding student with a current 3.25 GPA, Bryan plans to continue his college career at Eastern Washington University where he will major in criminal justice.

Congratulations Bryan!