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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Women's Basketball Hall of Fame

1982-83 CCS Women’s Basketball Team
Head Coach Scott Foxley and Assistant Coaches Jerry Skaife and Craig Johnson


 
The Community Colleges of Spokane women’s basketball team won the NWAACC championship by beating defending champion Highline Community College 68-61 in the final game. It was the first of two straight championships for the Lady Sasquatch from Spokane coached by head coach Scott Foxley and assisted by Jerry Skaife and Craig Johnson. CCS won the eastern region championship with a 9-3 mark and the NWAACC championship with a 22-5 season record. CCS was led by two All-Region and All- NWAACC first-team selections, Beth Willard and Robin Jordan. Sophomore forward Willard was named to the first team All-Region team for the second straight year while Jordan was picked as the Most Valuable Player in the 1982-83 NWAACC tournament. The championship roster included; Stacy Magney, Sandy Hildebrandt, Janet Wolkey, Sally Stern, Beth Willard, Raylene Gennett, Kirsten DeWitt, Theresa Benning, Ginny Friend, Allison Schrimsher, Robin Jordan, Karen Riba, Sheri McNeal, Rose Tinkle and Jullie Kagele.


1983-84 Women’s Basketball Team
Head Coach Scott Foxley and Assistant Coaches Jerry Skaife and Craig Johnson


 
The 1983-84 Community Colleges of Spokane women’s basketball team won the NWAACC championship for the second straight year. The Sasquatch beat Columbia Basin College 68-66 in the title game.  The women’s basketball coaching staff was made up of head coach Scott Foxley and assistant coaches Jerry Skaife and Craig Johnson. These coaches were called a NCAA Division 1 caliber staff by many as they helped lead Spokane to a 24-5 season record. Coach Foxley was elected the NWAACC Coach of the Year at the end of the 1983-84 tournament. Robin Jordan was again selected for the All-Tournament First Team as well as being named the tournament MVP for the second straight year. Janet Wolkey and Annette Helling were also selected for the All NWAACC First Team at the end of the championship game. The entire roster included; Janet Wolkey, Robin Jordan, Annette Helling, Kaylene Krug, Cathy Brauff, Mary Reuter, Heidi Halstead, Maryann McCord, Jodi Nevard, Rachelle Swanson, Chris Zimmerman, Pam Albert, Dawn Doyle, Angie Garza, Tammy Lesser, Kirsten Riegel, Theresa Cole, Karen Jasper, Shree Johnson and Sally Stern.