Major Recognition for Phin Volleyball

Perkins Named National Player of the Week

Kammi Perkins, SCC’s star sophomore outside hitter,  was named the American Volleyball Coaches Association (AVCA) Two-Year College Player of the Week for the week of October 14-20. It’s the first time in SCC history that a player has claimed the award, which is open to players at two-year colleges all throughout the U.S.

Player of the week has only been awarded to two-year college players since the start of 2018. However, the AVCA has also been naming two-year college All-Americans since 1983, and this is the first time any SCC player has been named for any award by the AVCA.

Perkins recorded a team-high .438 hitting percentage in a 3-1 loss to Bellevue College before setting a new career-high by hitting a spectacular .750 to help lead a 3-0 win vs Everett CC. She made just three hitting errors in the two games, including a season-best performance against Everett with just one miscue.

Just three matches remain in the regular season for the Phins, who have a chance to clinch a playoff berth in their final two home games against Edmonds CC (Oct. 30) and Skagit Valley College (Nov. 1).


Ed Strong is the Sports Editor for The Ebbtide, as well as a contributor to Softball America and UW Dawg Pound. He covers sports, feature reporting and breaking news. Strong is enamored with Tillamook Mudslide ice cream and underbaked chocolate chip cookies.

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