We Are Pirates
Pirate Athletics will look a bit different in 2020-21. Our basketball teams will train here fall quarter to prepare for their February-May season, our esports teams are also here fall quarter and will compete from September through June, and our soccer teams will be on-line and training from home fall quarter and returning to the North Olympic Peninsula in January to prepare for a season that will run from March through June.
Our five head coaches have 108 student athletes lined up to compete this year, with 77 of them receiving some form of athletic aid. Special thanks to our corporate sponsors and Pirate boosters for their continued support through this historic pandemic. We are looking forward to playing games again and someday having fans back in our gym, our soccer field, and our esports arena. Go Pirates!
The Peninsula College athletic program, winners of 11 Northwest Athletic Conference (NWAC) championships and 20 league championships over the last eight years, features men’s and women’s soccer, men’s and women’s basketball and esports. We take great pride in offering a university-quality athletic experience at the community college level. With the tremendous support of our community, and the Peninsula College Foundation, we offer the maximum amount of scholarships allowed by the Northwest Athletic Conference.
The NWAC is made up of community colleges from Washington, Oregon, Idaho and British Columbia. Peninsula plays in the North Division. Our mission is to create a transformative experience for student athletes that is focused on building character, promoting high academic achievement and community service, winning championships, and moving our athletes on to the next level. Our vision is to provide a program for student athletes that is committed to excellence in every arena.