2005-2006 Season


Update: Former Seahawk Vince Inglima

Vince Inglima, who played forward at Cabrillo from 2002 to 2004, is now in his senior season at Sonoma St.  Earlier this week he was named CCAA player of the week for January 9-15th.  Story

Update: Former 'Hawk Now A Globetrotter!

Former Seahawk guard Myree Bowden, who played at Cabrillo during the 2001-2002 season, has spent much of the last year traveling the world performing with the world-famous Harlem Globetrotters!  Click on the link below to read a Dec. 22nd article in the Stockton Record...

Stockton Record: "Bowden Has Traveled The World"


2005-2006 Schedule & Results

2005-2006 Roster

2005 Cabrillo Classic Tournament


Seahawks Start Season Ranked #10

Cabrillo will begin the 2005-2006 season ranked right where they left off last season.  In the first coach's poll of the season, the Seahawks are ranked #10 in the NorCal region and #20 in the state.  The Seahawks are looking forward to another great season in 2005-2006.   They are hoping to continue to build upon the program's recent successes.

Cabrillo's 17 victories last season were the team's most wins in Head Coach Tony Marcopulos' 5 seasons at the helm.  Cabrillo's winning percentage has improved in each of those 5 seasons.  92 California community colleges fielded a men's basketball team last season and Cabrillo was among the final 16 of those teams that were still alive in the playoffs.  For the 2nd time in 3 years the Cabrillo College Seahawks played in NorCal Regional finals.  Cabrillo won 4 of their last 5 games including victories over 2 higher-ranked opponents.

Fishbeyn Makes It Official

Following up on a previous report, sophomore center Igor Fishbeyn has made it official that he will attend The University of the Pacific in starting next fall.  Fishbeyn , a 6'-9 265 lbs. center from San Francisco, signed a National Letter of Intent last Wednesday, November 9th.  The Pacific Tigers , who compete in the Big West Conference (D-1), are coming off a 27-4 campaign that included their second straight trip to the NCAA tournament. 

Coach Marcopulos, who was an assistant coach at Pacific for 11 years (1988-1999), had this to say: "We are all very excited for Igor.  He is what Pacific is looking for at this time and Pacific is what he needs at this time as well.  Given my experience with Coach Thomason and my time spent at the University of the Pacific I have a better than average feel for how Igor will be able to fit into the University academically and into Coach Thomason's system. Igor has made a very wise decision."

Stockton Record Article

Pacific Tigers Official Release

Game #1 - Seahawks Win Season Opener 75 - 72!

Cabrillo survived 2 overtimes and late foul trouble to defeat Reedley College 75-72 on Saturday night.  Playing on the road, the Seahawks (1-0) led 32-25 at halftime.  A late Reedley (0-2) surge evened things at 63 apiece at the end of regulation.  Then, the score was tied at 68 after the 1st OT.  Two late Free-throws by Aaron Mayfield put the game away for Cabrillo in the 2nd OT.  Sophomore guard Jon Fontenberry led the Seahawks with 14 points and Joe Atang added 12 in a game that saw 9 Cabrillo players score at least 5 points. 

Game #2 - Hawks Knock Off #9 Santa Rosa

Cabrillo (2-0) defeated #9 Santa Rosa JC 75-73 in overtime on Tuesday night.  Sophomore guard Jon Fontenberry made a 3-pointer as time expired to cap an 8-0 Cabrillo run to close the game.  Fontenberry led all scorers with 20 points, Mike Scott scored 19 (including 4 in OT) and Kevin Dyess added 15 points.

Santa Rosa (2-2) had jumped out to a 6 point lead at 73-67 with 2:47 remaining in overtime before Cabrillo's Mike Scott took over.  The sophomore forward beat his man and powered the ball in for Cabrillo's first points of the OT.  Then, after the Seahawks forced a SRJC turnover, he got the ball on the inside again, was fouled, and made 2 Free-Throws to pull Cabrillo within 2.  On the ensuing possession Scott made a key defensive play, blocking a Santa Rosa shot attempt and sparking a fast break that ended with Cabrillo getting fouled and making 1 free-throw with 59 seconds remaining.  A couple of posessions with Santa Rosa still clinging on to a 1-point lead, 73-72, a stifling Cabrillo defense forces a shot-clock violation to set up the final play.  With 6 seconds on the clock, Cabrillo gets the ball to Fontenberry who brings the ball the length of the court before getting a tough shot from behind the arc to go in as the buzzer sounded!

It was an action-packed game the whole way.  After a see-saw 1st half, Cabrillo was ahead 40-39.  Then, the Seahawks controlled the first 9 minutes of the 2nd half, making 16-5 run to lead by 12.  However, 9th-ranked Santa Rosa fought back using their quickness and shooting ability (9 3-pointers in the game) to take a 58-56 lead with about 6 minutes to go.  Cabrillo quickly regained the lead and a putback by sophomore center Igor Fishbeyn put the Seahawks ahead 67-64 with 16 seconds left.  However, Santa Rosa's Jerome hit his 4th 3-point shot of the game to tie things up at 67, forcing OT. 

Game # 3 - Cabrillo Falls in Double OT, 76 - 73

The 2005-2006 season is only 3 games old for Cabrillo and the Seahawks have already played 5 overtime periods!  However, this time things didn't turn out as well as they did the first two times... Cabrillo lost 76-73 to Feather River College (1-2) in the 1st-Round of the Columbia Tournament.  After winning their last game with a 3-pointer at the buzzer, this time a game-tying 3-point attempt missed the mark.  The Seahawks (2-1) had a balanced scoring attack with four players in double digits.  Igor Fishbeyn ledCabrillo with 17 points.  Jon Fontenberry scored 16 points, Aaron Patterson had 13 and Mike Scott added 12.

Game #4 - Seahawks Lose 75 - 64 to Columbia

For the first time this season Cabrillo did not play overtime.  Unfortuneatly, once the buzzer sounded after the regulation 40 minutes had been played, the Seahawks had lost to host Columbia College 75-64.  Cabrillo (2-2) was led by Mike Scott, who hit three 3-point shots and scored 22 points.  Jon Fontenberry scored 16 points while making two 3-pointers.

Game #5 - Butte Sneaks Past Cabrillo 61 - 59

In the opening round of The Chevron Tournament at Diablo Valley College, Butte defeated Cabrillo 61-59.  The Seahawks (2-3) were led by Mike Scott's 25 points while Igor Fishbeyn added 10.  Cabrillo is set to take on #12 Los Medanos tomorrow (Saturday) at 2:00 p.m.  Los Medanos lost 77-67 to Feather River.

Game # 6 - #12 Los Medanos Prevails 59 - 56

In the consolation round of The Chevron Tournament at Diablo Valley College, #12 Los Medanos College (5-3) defeated Cabrillo 59-56. The Seahawks came back from an 8-point halftime deficit to lead by as many as 7 points in the 2nd half. However, Los Medanos fought back with a late run to earn the victory. Jon Fontenberry's 21 points led the Seahawks (2-4) while Mike Scott added 12. 

Game #7 - 'Hawks Hammer Lassen in 1st-Round 76 - 48

Cabrillo opened their annual tournament with a 76-48 victory over Lassen College on Friday night.  The Seahawks led 35-21 at halftime and by as many as 31 points in the 2nd half.  Cabrillo finished off the Cougars with a 20-8 run in the final 8 minutes of the game.  Cabrillo (3-4) used a balanced offensive attack and a typically strong defensive effort to move on to the semi-finals.  Eleven Seahawks scored in the contest led by sophomore forward Mike Scott's 23 points.  Freshmen guard Aaron Patterson scored 14 points and sophomore guard Jon Fontenberry added 11.

Game #8 - DeAnza Comeback Beats Cabrillo 62-54

In the semi-finals Cabrillo lost 62-54 to eventual tournament champion DeAnza College.  The Seahawks (3-5) led by 6 points at the half, 33-27, and by as many as 11 early in the 2nd half.  However, DeAnza (6-4) used their quickness and five 2nd-half 3-pointers to make the comeback.  Joe Atang came off the bench to lead Cabrillo with 14 points and Mike Scott added 13.  DeAnza forward Kurt Darrell led all scorers with 18 points for the Dons.

Game #9 - Seahawks Cruise 65 - 44 to Take 3rd Place!

Cabrillo beat Merritt College 65-44 on Sunday to finish 3rd in the Cabrillo College Classic.  The Seahawks again showed that they are among the best defensive teams in the state, holding Merritt to 18 points in the 1st half and only 44 for the whole game.  Cabrillo led 29-18 at the half, pushed the lead to 20 early in the 2nd half and never looked back.  Seahawk guard Jon Fontenberry led all scorers with 23 points while Mike Scott added 16.

Game #10 - 'Hawks Open Hartnell Tourn. with a 57 - 50 Victory over Cuesta College

In the first round of the Hartnell Gold Coast Classic, Cabrillo defeated Cuesta 57-50.  Mike Scott led 3 Seahawks in double figures with 19 points.  Aaron Patterson added 11 points and Jon Fontenberry chipped in 10.  The victory puts Cabrillo in a semi-final match-up tonight at 8:00 pm versus Chabot College.  The 'Hawks boast the #4 scoring defense in the state, holding opponents to just over 62 ppg.

Game #11 - Cabrillo to Play for 3rd after Losing A Nailbiter to Chabot 63 - 62

Chabot narrowly defeated Cabrillo 63-62 in the semi-finals of the Hartnell Gold Coast Classic tournament on Friday night.  Sophomore forward Mike Scott had 17 points to lead Cabrillo.  Jon Fontenberry and Igor Fishbeyn also scored in double figures with 14 and 10 respectively.

Game #12 - Merced Slips Past Cabrillo 67 - 65

In yet another game that came down to the wire, Cabrillo lost 67-65 to Merced College in the 3rd-place game of the Hartnell Gold Coast Classic on Saturday.  The Seahawks, who played the game without 2nd-leading scorer Jon Fontenberry, were led by Igor Fishbeyn's 17 points.  Jeff Scott added 16 points and Aaron Patterson chipped in with 12.  The 'Hawks have played better than their 5-7 record might indicate, with 5 of their 7 losses coming by 3 points or less.  Cabrillo boasts the state's 5th-best defense, holding opponents to just under 63 ppg.

Game #13 - 'Hawks Downed by #1 Siskiyous 78 - 63

College of the Siskiyous (13-1) battled back from a first-half deficit to defeat Cabrillo 78-63 on Friday night.  Cabrillo led most of the first half, the score was tied at halftime and Siskiyous was only ahead by 4 points with 3:54 remaining in the game.  Jon Fontenberry led the Seahawks with 17 points.  Aaron Patterson scored 13 and Mike Scott added 10.

Game #14 - Alameda defeats Cabrillo 74 - 66

Game #15 - 'Hawks Cruise Past Canada 75-57

Cabrillo defeated Canada College 75-57 on Thursday, Dec. 22.  Jon Fontenberry and Aaron Patterson each scored 18 points to lead the Seahawks while Jeff Scott added 10. 

Game #16 - 'Hawks Finish '05 With Solid Win at Butte

Aaron Patterson scored 22 points and grabbed 11 rebounds to lead the Seahawks to a 65-51 victory at Butte College. Joe Atang added 12 points while Kevin Dyess and Jon Fontenberry each scored 10 points respectively.

Game #17 - Cabrillo Wins 3rd Straight 79-66

The Seahawks opened up Coast Conference play with a 79-66 road victory against Gavilan College.  Cabrillo (8-9) was led by Mike Scott's 20 points.  Jeff Scott scored 17 points while Aaron Patterson added 16.

Game #18 - #7 San Jose Slips Past Cabrillo 65-64

Cabrillo dropped a 65-64 decision on the road Saturday versus 7th-ranked San Jose City College.  Down by 12 early in the 2nd half, Cabrillo (8-10, 1-1) came roaring back to take the lead with 6:30 to go.  It was a back and forth game the rest of the way and a 3-point attempt by Cabrillo missed it's mark at the buzzer.  Four Seahawks scored in double figures, led by Aaron Patterson's 19 points.  Jon Fontenberry scored 16, Mike Scott had 13 and Jeff Scott added 12.  San Jose (18-4, 1-1) was led by Roger Craig's 26 points.

Game #19 - 'Hawks Outlast DeAnza 91-87 in OT

Jeff Scott, Mike Scott and Aaron Patterson each scored 3 points in overtime as the Seahawks outlasted DeAnza College 91-87 on Wednedsday night .  Cabrillo trailed 40-38 at the half and by 10 points with 4:35 to go in the game before they used a 15-5 run to tie the game at 82 at the end of regulation.  Then Aaron Patterson's 3-pointer with less than 10 seconds left in overtime was the final dagger that put the game away.  Sentinel Article Patterson led 5 Cabrillo players in double figures with 27 points. Also in double-figures for Cabrillo were Mike Scott with 17 points, Jon Fontenberry with 15, Jeff Scott with 13 and Kevin Dyess with 12.

Game #20 - 'Hawks Hammer Hartnell 70 - 45; Move Into 1st Place

Cabrillo beat Hartnell College 70-45 on Saturday to take sole possession of 1st place in the Coast Conference South.  The Seahawks led by as many as 32 points in the 2nd half before cruising to their 2nd straight win and 5th victory in the past 6 games.  Leading the way for Cabrillo with 20 points was sophomore guard Jon Fontenberry.  Freshmen forward Aaron Patterson scored 18 points and sophomore forward Mike Scott added 14.

Game #21 - Cabrillo Gets Past #13 Monterey 70 - 58

Cabrillo defeated 13th-ranked Monterey Peninsula College 70-58 on Wedneday night.   It was the Seahawks 3rd straight victory and 6th in  seven games.  Cabrillo was down by 5 points at the half and trailed by 15 points with 11:00 to go in the game before using a 27-0 run to take control of the game.  The Seahawks, playing the game without 2nd-leading scorer Jon Fontenberry, were led by Aaron Patterson's 18 points.  Kevin Dyess had 16 points, Mike Scott scored 11, and Jeff Scott added 10.  Cabrillo is next in action when they host West Valley College on Wednesday, January 25th at 7:00 pm.  West Valley is currently ranked #1 in NorCal and #2 in the state.

Game #22 - West Valley Defeats Cabrillo 71-38

Game #23 - 'Hawks Get Back On Track, Beat Gavilan

Cabrillo got back to their winning ways by beating Gavilan 55-51.  The Seahawks have won 7 of their last 9 games and are tied for 2nd place in the Coast Conference's South Divsion.  Guards Aaron Patterson and Jon Fontenberry led the way for Cabrillo, scoring 20 and 16 points respectively.

Game #24 - #6 San Jose Hangs On To Beat Cabrillo

6th-ranked San Jose City College fought off a 2nd-half Cabrillo charge to defeat the Seahawks 63-54 on February 1st.  Mike Scott led Cabrillo with 14 points and Aaron Patterson had 11.

Game #25 - Seahawks Downed by DeAnza 71-62

Cabrillo lost to DeAnza 71-62 on the road Friday night.  Leading the way for the Seahawks were Aaron Patterson and Mike Scott with 20 points each.

Game #26 - 'Hawks hang on to beat Hartnell 64-61

Aaron Patterson scored 16 points to lead a balanced scoring attack in victory Wednesday night. Kevin Dyess scored 12 and both Mike Scott and Jon Fontenberry chipped in 10 points respectively.

Game #27 - Cabrillo Defeats Monterey 54-51

The Seahawks won their 2nd straight game on Friday night, defeating Monterey Peninsula College 54-51.  Mike Scott led Cabrillo with 14 points.

Game #28 - Top-Ranked West Valley Beats Cabrillo

The Seahawks lost on the road Friday night at West Valley College by a score of 90-35.  Jon Fontenberry scored 12 points to lead Cabrillo.


Scott, Fontenberry & Patterson All Earn Coast Conference Honors

Coast Conference South coaches voted 6'-5 forward Mike Scott to the All-Conference First Team.  Sophomore guard Jon Fontenberry and Freshman guard Aaron Patterson both earned Honorable Mention.

Scott led the Seahawks in scoring, averaging 14.1 points per game. and his 7.5 rebounds per game ranked him 3rd in Coast Conference games.  Fontenberry averaged 13.5 points and 3.1 assists per game.  Jon shot 45.3% from behind the arc to finish 8th in the state among players who made at least two 3's per game.  Jon ranked 5th in the state, sinking 3.15 3-pointers per game.  Patterson averaged 11.2 points and 5.9 rebounds per game.  Aaron led the Seahawks in scoring during league play, increasing his average to 14.3 ppg.

More Seahawk Individual Accomplishments:

Jeff Scott's 7.0 assists per game led the Coast Conference and ranked him 4th in the state.  Kevin Dyess led the Coast Conference in blocks, swatting 2.8 per game.  Igor Fishbeyn finished 3rd in the conference with 7.8 rebounds per game.

2005-2006 SEASON RECAP:

Cabrillo Finishes Season Strong

The Cabrillo College men's basketball team finished the 2005-2006 season with an overall record of 14-14.  Despite late season injuries, Cabrillo finished the season strong, winning 9 of their last 14 games. Their 7-5 record in Coast Conference play earned the Seahawks a 3rd-place finish behind top-ranked West Valley College and #7 San Jose City College.  Also, once again the Seahawks were one of the best defensive teams in the state, ranking 7th out of over 90 teams by allowing only 64.1 ppg.

In his six seasons as Head Coach, Tony Marcopulos has turned Cabrillo into a consistent contender.  Since taking over the Seahawk basketball program, Coach Marcopulos has now guided the Seahawks to a record of .500 or better in 3 straight seasons.   2005-2006 also marked the 4th straight season with at least 14 victories.  Over the past two seasons, Cabrillo's overall record was a very competitive 31-25, including a 14-10 record in Coast Conference action.






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