Excellence in Academics, Athletics and Citizenship

Our athletic mission is to strive to win championships, to academically prepare our student athletes for opportunities at the next level, and to teach and model the principles of good citizenship. Pirate athletes will participate in community service activities, leadership development, youth sports camps and clinics, and a variety of student life opportunities to better prepare them for success in sports - and in life.

Six Pirates Honored at Annual PC Awards Ceremony

Miranda Schmillen, Ryley Callaghan, Kasie Lough, Micah Weller, Cherish Moss and Karen Corral were honored at Peninsula College’s annual awards ceremony Thursday at the Cornaby Center.

Schmillen and Callaghan received the Art Feiro Award for women’s and men’s basketball in recognition of outstanding contribution to leadership, athleticism, academics and citizenship.

Lough and Weller were named the Wally Sigmar Award for women’s and men’s soccer, also for outstanding leadership, athleticism, academics and citizenship.

PC Athletics honored by PA Chamber of Commerce

PORT ANGELES, Washington (April 8, 2015) – On the heels of a Northwest Athletic Conference (NWAC) win by Peninsula College’s women’s basketball team, the college was honored as the Port Angeles Chamber of Commerce Business of the Month.

“This award is a testament to the career development and hard work of head coach Alison Crumb, a Peninsula College and Port Angeles High School graduate, and her staff, that includes Ali’s former player Danika (Goodwin) Johnson and Ali’s former high school coach Mike Knowles,” Rick Ross, director of student programs and athletics said following the April 6th honor. “Those athletes are outstanding students, they have given a tremendous amount to the youth in our community, they are active outside the gym on our campus and in our community and they are truly outstanding role models for this area’s young female athletes. I couldn’t be happier that this group of young ladies captured Peninsula’s first-ever women’s basketball championship.”

The Women’s NWAC basketball championship was the first in Peninsula College history for that sport, which began in 1996-97. Alison Crumb took over as head coach of the team in 2009. The win marked her first North Division title as a coach - she won it as a player in 2005 - and the first NWAC title in women’s basketball at PC.

As members of the NWAC, comprised of 35 community colleges in Washington and Oregon, Peninsula College athletic teams finished first, second, third and tied for fourth in the Conference this year.

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