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LATEST NEWS.........

A Look Back to One of the Finest Teams under Coach Marcopulos/ 2013-14.......

The 2013/14 Cabrillo Men's Basketball Team had talent to say the least and finished the season with a 20-9 record, were Coast Conference South Co-Champions and one of the finest teams in school history. They where led by Warren Jackson (All-Conference MVP/ 1st Team All-State as a Freshman). Allen Wilcher, Latrell Wilson, Jake Harrell, Zavon Jackson and Cody Love also provided fireworks on the court. They finished the playoffs in the SWEET SIXTEEN but more amasingly the Seahawks ranked #12 knocked off #5 Yuba 95-88 in overtime at Marysville and nearly defeated #4 Chabot 73-76 in Hayward. They where well coached and determined to do their best! GO Hawks!

All photos taken by Herb Decker Friday February 28, 2014 in Marysville

 
 

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 challanging 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 readly for some Seahawk basketball!!

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

Snowden signs with Fisher College in Boston.........5/29/17

Cabrillo College point guard KC Snowden has agreed to attend Fisher College in Boston, MA. Snowden a 5'10" guard was a starter for the Seahawks 2017 Championship team that went 20-8 overall and 11-1 in Coast Confernce South Division and came off the bench for the Seahawks 2016 Championship team that went 20-7 overall and 10-2 in the Coast South. Snowden shot 61% from the floor on the year (25-41) and had in impressive 86 assists and only 26 turnovers on the year. The Soquel HS grad was an important piece for the Seahawks as he provided essential leadership on and off the floor. His steady and consistent approach was a settling influence throughout the year.

Fisher College is located in downtown Boston and is a Div. III independent.

 

Seahawks guard Hodges commits to Concordia (Portland)......(6/4/17)

Cabrillo College guard Tristen Hodges has signed on to attend Concordia University in the Fall 2017. Hodges a 6'3" shooting guard for the Seahawks averaged 5pts a game and shot 35% from the 3pt line (40-113). The local (Soquel HS) product was an important part of 2017 championship team. Hodges has very deep range as a 3pt. specialist and creates problems for defenses. Hodges transferred to Cabrillo from Gavilan College and redshirted in between to become eligible for the Seahawks. He is a self made player that has made considerable improvement since his arrival in Aptos. He will be a welcomed addition to Concordia.

Concordia is located in Portland. OR and is member of the Div. II Great Northwest Athletic Conference, GNAC.

Reed reconsiders, signs with Chaminade University........(5/31/17)

Cabrillo College forward Brett Reed has reconsidered his options and has signed on to attend Chaminade University in the Fall 2017. Reed had signed scholarship papers to attend San Francisco State University but in an unfortunate chain of events stating with the departure of SFSU Head Coach Paul Trevor to CSU-Stanislaus and SFSU's unwillingness to offer a contract to interim Head Coach Vince Inglima had the two time All-State selection reconsider what his future might look like.

As a result, Reed reached back out to Chaminade and the result is the Texas native being added to the Silverswords' roster. Chaminade is located in Honolulu, Hawaii and is a member of the Div. II Pac West conference.

 

Reed Signs at SFSU..........(4/20/17)

 

Cabrillo College forward Brett Reed has signed Scholarship papers with San Francisco State University. Reed was a two time 1st Team All-State selection for the Seahawks. The first player in school history to do so. He was the Coast Conference South Division MVP in 2016 and a 1st Team All-Coast Confernce South Division pick in 2017. The 6'8" forward averaged well over 10 rebounds a game for his career at Cabrillo and has become the colleges' all-time leading rebounder.

The Houston, TX native was a double double machine during his two year career while winning two Coast Conference South Division Championships, amassing an impressive two year record of 40-15 overall and 21-3 in Conference play. He will graduate as one of the most decorated players in Cabrillo Basketball history.

Reed will enroll at SFSU in the Fall of 2017. SFSU is an NCAA DIv. II member and competes in the CCAA.

 

Cabrillo Guard Mitchell signs NLI with UAF.......(4/18/17)

Cabrillo College guard Amenofis Mitchell has signed a National Letter of Intent (NLI) and scholarship papers toattend the University of Alaska-Fairbanks in the Fall of 2017. Mitchell averaged 11pts, 5rbs and 2asts a game for the Seahawks while shooting 35% from behind the arc. The Missouri City TX native was an Honorable Mention All-Coast Conference South division selection and was instrumental in the Seahawks Coast Conference South division Championship. The 6'4" shooting guard is also an outstanding student with a 3.9 GPA.

UAF is a member of the Great Northwest Athletic Conference (GNAC), one of the premier DII Conferences in the country.

 

REED & ACLIESE

NAMED 1ST TEAM ALL STATE

For only the 2nd time in the History of the Cabrillo College Men's Basketball Program, 2 Seahawks were named to the All State First Team as announced by the CCCMBCA over the weekend. Brett Reed, a 6'8 soph from The Woodlands,TX, will leave Cabrillo as one of the most decorated players to ever suit of for the Seahawks. The only 2 X 1st Team All State player in program history, Reed led the state in double double's the past 2 seasons, is the leading rebounder in school history, a 2 Time Coast South Conference Champ and a Conference MVP.

Linton Acliese, a 6'7 Freshman from Manville, TX, became only the 2nd true freshmen in program history to be named 1st Team All State AND Conference MVP (Reed was the 1st in 2015/16) in the same season. With averages of close to 20pts and 9rbs a game, Acliese helped lead Cabrillo to a Coast South Conference Championship and a spot in the State Playoffs. Acliese established himself as one of the premier post players in the state and should be a force to reckon with in 2016/17 for the Seahawks.

LINTON ACLIESE NAMED CONFERENCE MVP

4 Seahawks were honored over the weekend by the Coast Conference South Coaches, Linton Acliese was named the Coast South Conference MVP after leading the Seahawks in scoring at 20pts (2nd in Conf.) a game, while also pulling down 8.3rbs (3rd in Conf.) a game, he led the Conf. in FG% and was 2nd in blocks as well. Acliese was joined by Brett Reed who was named to the All Conference 1st Team after leading the Conference in rebounding for the 2nd consecutive season. Reed averaged 12pts and 12rbs a game this season while dishing out almost 4asts a game. Tynan Velasquez was named 2nd Team after averaging over 14pts and 7asts a game this season for Cabrillo, he also led the conference in FT% and was top 3 in steals. Rounding things off for Cabrillo, Amenofis Mitchell was named Honorable Mention All Conference after averaging 12pts and 6rbs a game, while shooting over 35% from 3 and over 90% from the FT line. This is the 2nd consecutive year where 4 Seahawks have been honored, Acliese is the 7th consecutive Coast South MVP under Tony Marcopulos and 8th overall.

 

Conference MVP - Linton Acliese 6'7 FR Manville TX

1st Team - Brett Reed 6'8 SO The Woodlands TX

2nd Team - Tynan Velasquez 6' FR Colorado Springs CO

Honorbale Mention - Amenofis Mitchell 6'4 SO Missouri City TX

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