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August 27, 2015
Huskies​ 0, Hawks 7

The 2015 season began with a comfortable win for the Hawks on the road against a resilient East LA College team. Freshmen Abbi Swanson, Krista Talamo and Karinna Gomez all opened their goal-scoring accounts for Santiago Canyon. But it was sophomores Kylie Klein and Brooke Mays who set SCC on their way.  [more]​

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​May 4, 2015

Hawks Headed to Super Regional

The Santiago Canyon College Softball Team will head to Allan Hancock College for the CCCAA Super Regional Championship and a chance to get back to the State Championship.  The Super Regional is a 4 team double elimination tournament with 3 of the 4 teams playing at this site all coming out of the Orange Empire Conference.  The Hawks will open up Super Regional action against Cypress College at 4pm on Friday.  For a complete breakdown of the brackets and game times click here.

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May 4, 2015

SCC Wins Regional Championship

The Santiago Canyon College Softball Team captured the 2015 CCCAA Regional Championship and will be advancing to the Super Regional tournament beginning Friday, May 8th.  The Hawks won 2 straight games on Sunday 4-0 and 10-2 after being down 0-1 in the series to Saddleback with a 6-5 loss on Saturday. (more)

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April 27, 2015

Hawks Take on Saddleback in Regional

The Santiago Canyon College Softball Team will travel to Saddleback College for the first round of the 2015 CCCAA Softball Regional.  Click here to see the complete bracket.  The Hawks came out with a #9 seeding, while the Gauchos edged them just slightly coming in at #8.  Both teams finished the regular season with identical 26-12 records.  The 2 teams have had 3 previous meetings this year coming out of the same conference with Saddleback holding the series victory 2-1.  (more)

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​April 26, 2015

Guerra Named to All Southern California Team

Alexa Guerra was selected to the All Southern California Regional Team after a successful campaign as both a first baseman and a designated player.  The freshman from Cypress High School completed the regular season with a .405 batting average and 46 runs batted in (RBI).  (more)