September 10, 2016
Hawks Honored at Angel Game
The Santiago Canyon College Softball Team was honored for winning the 2016 CCCAA State Championship on Saturday night prior to the start of the Angels game against the Texas Rangers. The Hawks were escorted down onto the field where the ceremony was held at home plate. The announcer listed the many accomplishments of the program and presented them with a commemorative plaque for their outstanding achievements. SCC defeated Sacramento City College 8-0 in just 5 innings to capture the programs first title in just its 10th year of existence. Thank you to the Angels Baseball Organization for acknowledging our Hawks!
May 31, 2016|
Camarco and Staff Tabbed NFCA CalJC National Coaching Staff of the Year
LOUISVILLE, Ky. – After guiding Santiago Canyon to its first California Community College Athletic Association state championship, head coach Lisa Camarco, along with assistant coaches Brandice Cutspec, Keely Decker and Marc Kendrick have been named the 2016 NFCA CalJC National Coaching Staff of the Year.
May 31, 2016|
State Championship Honors
Several members of the 2016 State Championship Santiago Canyon College Softball Team were honored for their outstanding contributions. During an Awards Ceremony on Saturday, 3 members of the SCC team were honored including Emili Olague who received All-State and All-American accolades, Kaitlyn Lanksbury who received All-State Honors and Lauren Hammond who received Academic All-American Honors.
May 22, 2016|
2016 CCCAA State Champions!!!
The Santiago Canyon College Softball Team won the CCCAA State Championship on its 10 year anniversary. The Hawks defeated Sacramento City College 8-0 to bring home the first title in program history. After dropping the first game of the State Championship Tournament to College of San Mateo, the Hawks reeled off 4 consecutive wins over a 2 day period including a 7-2 win over Cypress College, a 6-1 win over College of San Mateo, a 7-4 win over Sacramento City College and a second and final 8-0 mercy rule over Sacramento City College to capture the title. It is the first time in at least 20 years that a team has lost game 1 and come back to win the title and the first mercy rule win in a Championship game in at least 18 years. For the Hawks it was their 18th mercy rule victory of the year making 44% of the team’s wins this season decided by the mercy rule.
May 15, 2016|
Hawks Headed to State Championship
The Santiago Canyon College Softball Team defeated Mt. San Antonio College 6-1 in the decisive game of the Super Regional Championship on Sunday held on the SCC campus. After beating Santa Barbara City College on Friday 18-0, and Mt. SAC 2-0 on Saturday, the Hawks were in the driver's seat as the only undefeated team. The Super Regional is a double elimination tournament which meant the Hawks would have to lose twice on Sunday in order to be eliminated. SCC did in fact drop the first game to the Mounties, but came out on top in Game #2 in order to secure their spot in the Final Four.