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CHAMPIONS Coast Conference South/State Tournament Participant

2016

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2014

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Sweet Sixteen

2013

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2012

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Elite Eight

2011

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2010

State Tournament Participant

2008

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2007

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2005

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2003

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2002

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2001

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Upcoming Games
Fri. Dec 15th
Sat. Dec 16th
Sat. Dec 30th

Delta College Tournament

CCSF @ Cabrillo

5 pm

Delta College Tournament

Cabrillo@ TBD

Fresno @ Cabrillo

 

7 pm

 

Coast Conference South Standings as of December 16th
 
Overall
Conference
CABRILLO
6-5
 
De Anza
6-7
 
Gavilan
12-1
 
Hartnell
7-4
 
Monterey
9-6
 
San Jose
3-7
 
West Valley
7-7
 
Dec. 3rd Cabrillo College Classic, Cabrillo 67, Foothill 77

LATEST NEWS.....

Seahawks Due To Travel Friday.........

The Seahawks will travel to Stockton, CA and take on Reedley College in the first round of the San Joaquin Delta College Tournament. Seahawks will tip-off at 8pm.

Cabrillo Ends Streak, Beats Siskiyous 83-72 in Weed.........

The Cabrillo College Seahawks traveled to Weed to take on the College of the Siskiyous Eagles wednesday night and came home with an 83-72 win. The victory improves the Seahawks record to 5-5 on the year. The Eagles are now 0-9 on the year.

Cabrillo jumped on the Eagles early in the first half and at one point held a 21 point lead midway through the first half. Cabrillo did enjoy a 15 point lead at the half up 40-25.

The second half was a bit more interesting as the Eagles would not quit and gradually cut into the lead. Cabrillo was up 6 with only 4:14 to play and got big baskets from Linton Acliese and Tanner Spence to hold off COS.

Linton Acliese lead all scorers with 32 points.

Next, the Seahawks will travel to Stockton, CA and take on Reedley College in the first round of the San Joaquin Delta College Tournament. Seahawks will tip-off at 8pm.

Seahawks Continue to Struggle.........

The Cabrillo College Seahawks lost this afternoon to Foothill College in Aptos 77-67. The lose drops Cabrillo to 4-5 on the year and extends Cabrillo's losing streak to four in a row.

The Seahawks were down 32-30 at the half in what was a back and forth first half that saw the Seahawks make an eight point run to close the gap to two.

The second half was all Foothill as they dominated the second half scoring 45 points and playing solid defense.

Linton Acliese led Cabrillo in scoring with 23 points.

Next, the Seahawks will travel to Weed, CA to take on the College of the Siskiyous Wednesday evening. Tip-off is scheduled for 5:00pm.

Cabrillo Can't Overcome Slow Start vs Butte...

The Seahawks are making a habit of starting slow, and for the 3rd straight game they found themselves in a hole, down 25-7 early in the 1st half before Tynan Velasquez got hot, knocking down 3 straight 3's to end the half and close thew gap to 7, 33-26. The 2nd half saw Cabrillo continue to cut into Butte's lead, keeping it a 1 posses ion game for the majority of the period. In the end Cabrillo did not have enough to get over the hump, Butte made 2 big 3's in the last 3 minutes to keep Cabrillo at bay, and finish with a 66-60 win. Velasquez led Cabrillo with 20, while Linton Acliese and Kobe Ordonio each added 13. Up next Cabrillo will take on Foothill, on Sunday in Aptos at 3pm.

Seahawks Fall to Ohlone 90-71...

For the second consecutive game an opponent shot lights out vs Cabrillo, sending them home with their second consecutive loss. Ohlone jumped all over Cabrillo in the first half, taking a commanding 32pt lead only to watch the Seahawks slowly chip away. Cabrillo cut the lead in half by intermission 55-39, and had it down to 5 with 6 minutes to go when they ran out of gas. Cabrillo leaned heavily on Linton Acliese, who finished with 31pts, Kobe Ordonio tallied 16 and Tynan Velasquez added 12, all in the 2nd half. The loss drops Cabrillo to 4-3 on the season. Up next Cabrillo hosts their own 3 team tourney starting with Butte College at 7pm on Friday night.

Seahawks Take Second Place in Championship Game at Shasta Tournament....

The Seahawks (4-2) where held to 41 points in the championship game at the Shasta Tournament in Redding. The Knights (4-3) prevailed by a score of 77- 41 to win the championship in their own tournament. Still, The Seahawks where second out of eight teams that competed. Next, Cabrillo will travel to Ohlone College (Fremont) on Saturday November 25th with a tip-off of 7 pm.

 

Seahawks Take Out Foothill, Move on to Championship Game at Shasta Tournament....

The Seahawks (4-1) won took care of Foothill College (Los Altos Hills) in the second round of the Shasta Tournament (Redding, Ca.) by a score of 75-62. The win puts them in the championship game with host Shasta College set for 4 pm today. These two teams met just 14 days ago in the Cabrillo College Tip-Off (Seahawks 75, Knights 65). GO SEAHAWKS!

Seahawks Win First Round at Shasta Tournament....

The Seahawks (3-1) won the first round of the Shasta Tournament (Redding, Ca.) today by defeating College of the Siskiyous (Weed, Ca.) by a score of 69 to 59. They will play Foothill College (Los Altos Hills) at 8 pm Saturday. GO SEAHAWKS!

Seahawks Fall to CCSF 80-69....

San Francisco, ranked no.1 in the North, and sporting a 3-0 record ventured south to take on the 2-0 Seahawks in an afternoon showdown on Veterans Day. The game was a back and forth affair for the first 30 minutes, with both teams exchanging leads. Freshman guard Kobe Ordonio started hot, scoring 15 in the first half and helping Cabrillo to a 34-33 halftime lead. Ordonio continued his hot shooting in the 2nd half but CCSF found their rhythm as well at about the 10 minute mark , cranking up their defensive pressure, creating some turnovers and CCSF was able to take control of the contest down the stretch, finishing things off to the tune of a 80-69 win. Ordonio led all scorers on the night with 30, Tynan Velasquez and Linton Acliese each added 15 for the Seahawks. The loss drops Cabrillo to 2-1 on the season, CCSF improves to 4-0. Up next for Cabrillo they travel north to Shasta College Invitational and will open up with the College of the Siskiyous at 2pm on Friday.

CABRILLO BEATS SHASTA 74-65........

The Cabrillo College Seahawks improved their record to 2-0 with an impressive 74-65 win over Shasta College (Redding, CA) on Sunday evening. The loss drops Shasta to 1-1 on the year.

The Seahawks found themselves down early in the first as the Knights shot the ball extremely well from the perimeter and lead by as many as 8 in the first half. However, the Seahawks made several runs at the Knights and closed the lead  and eventually took a lead of their own 35-32 at the half.

The Seahawks went on a torrid 12-0 run in the second half to take control of the game and rode that lead behind shooting 27-34 from the free throw line to secure the win.

Linton Acliese and Tynan Velasquez each scored 25 points to lead all scores. Kobe Ordonio also had 12 points and Lenorris Mincey chipped in with 10 points.

Next, the Seahawks will host City College of San Francisco at 3:00pm on Friday Nov. 10th.

SEAHAWKS HANDLE REDWOODS 70-57 TO OPEN SEASON.........

The Seahawks began their season with a win over visiting College of the Redwoods by a score of 70-57. Cabrillo came out firing on all cylinders and built an 18-4 lead only to have the Redwoods Corsairs come back to get close before the Hawks took at 38-21 lead into the locker room at the half. Several times in the second half, Redwoods would pull to within 9 points before Cabrillo took charge and pulled ahead to win. The Seahawks where led by 22 points from Sophomore Tynan Velasquez who sunk three of the team's eight 3-pointers. Freshman guard Kobe Ordonio (four 3's) and sophomore Linton each scored 17 points. The Seahawks will take the court at 5 p.m. today hosting Shasta College who beat San Joaquin Delta 83-73 in the first game of the Cabrillo Tip-Off.

Cabrillo College Tournament Games are Released....

Head Coach Tony Marcopulos has released the game schedules for the Third Annual Cabrillo College Tip Off (November 4-5) and the Fourteenth Annual Cabrillo College Classic (December 1-3). Click on "Cabrillo Tip Off" and Cabrillo Classic at the top of this page to find out all the information. For the Tip Off, Cabrillo will play Redwoods at 7 p.m. Saturday November 4th and Shasta at 5 p.m. Sunday November 5th. For the Classic Cabrillo will play Butte at 7 PM December 1st and Foothill at 3 PM December 3rd. Click on the tournaments above to see what other games are scheduled in the two tournaments. GO SEAHAWKS!!

2017-2018 Basketball Schedule Released....

Head Coach Tony Marcopulos has released the new schedule for the upcoming 2017-2018 season. Fans coming to The Adobe Palace this season will be treated to a very exciting and challenging group of home games and tournaments. Two high-powered programs will visit Cabrillo when City College of San Francisco and Fresno City College come to town. Also on the schedule once again will be The Cabrillo Tip-Off and The Fourteenth Annual Cabrillo College Classic. Get loud and get ready for some Seahawk basketball!!

Click on the "Schedule/ Results" section in the upper left corner menu.

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