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2013

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2012

CHAMPIONS Coast Conference South/State Tournament Participant

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2011

CHAMPIONS Coast Conference South/State Tournament Participant

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State Tournament Participant

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2007

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Latest News...........

Seahawks Release 2015-2016 Season Schedule.....

Head Coach Tony Marcopulos has released the Seahawk Men's Basketball schedule for the upcoming 2015-2016 season. For the first time, Cabrillo will host two home tournaments. They will also host and travel to a number of high-quality community college men's basketball teams in California. Come join us at the games and support your SEAHAWKS!!

 

WARREN JACKSON SIGNS WITH SFSU....

Jackson, a native of Detroit, MI, and the 2013/14 Coast Conference South MVP will be taking his talents up the California coast to San Francisco State University. After a star studded freshman season that saw Jackson lead Cabrillo to its 4th consecutive conference title, take home the Conference's MVP award as well as being named 1st Team All State, Jackson was forced to sit out the 2014/15 season recovering from a torn ACL. Now fully recovered from his surgery Jackson signed a National Letter of Intent to play for San Francisco State University and will have 3 years of eligibility remaining for the Gators. SFSU is a member of the CCAA and is Div. II.

 

ZAVON JACKSON SIGNS WITH LEWIS-CLARK STATE....

Zavon Jackson, a native of Salt Lake City, UT was a 2nd Team All Coast Conference Selection who averaged a double double this year. Jackson was Cabrillo's leading rebounder signed a National Letter of Intent to play at Lewis-Clark State College in Lewiston, Idaho. The 6'5 240 lb Jackson helped Cabrillo to a Coast Conference South Title in 2013/14, was one of the top re- bounders in the state with almost 12 a game in 2014/15 and developed into one of the best post players in Northern California. LCSC is a member of the Frontier Conference and is NAIA Div. 1

 

WILCHER NAMED CO-MVP OF COAST CONFERENCE SOUTH, WILSON AND JACKSON HONORED AS WELL........

Cabrillo College guard Allen Wilcher was named Co-MVP of the Coast Conference South division by the coaches. Wilcher, a 6'3" 190 sophomore from Gary, Indiana, averaged 17 points, 9.7 rebounds and almost 4 assists per game. In 2014 Wilcher was a 1st Team All-Coast Conference South selection as well. Arguably, the most complete player in the conference, Wilcher shared the honor with Chris Sterling of SJCC.

Shooting guard Latrell Wilson was voted a 1st Team selection. Wilson, a 6'3" 180 sophomore from Arcata, California, averaged 17.2 points per game while shooting 36% from behind the arc and 89% from the line. Wilson was one of the best 3pt. shooters in Northern California.

Forward Zavon Jackson was voted to the 2nd Team All-Coast Conference South. Jackson, a 6'5" 230 sophomore from Salt Lake City, Utah, averaged 14 points per game, 11 rebounds and shot 57% from the floor. Jackson was amoung the best rebounders in the state this year and is without question one of the best in the history of Cabrillo College basketball.

Wilcher's MVP honor marks the 5th consecutive time a Cabrillo College player has won the MVP of the Coast Conference South division.

2014 Warren Jackson (signed SF-State)

2013 Colin Gruber (signed UC-Riverside)

2012 Tyler Velasquez (signed Concordia)

2011 Marcus Duran (Univ. of the Pacific)

SEAHAWKS MISS PLAYOFFS FOR FIRST TIME SINCE 2009.........

The Cabrillo College Seahawks will not be playing in the post-season California State Championships for the first time in six years. Cabrillo's third place conference finish (15-12, 7-5) and five conference losses are the lowest finish and most defeats since 2006. The third place finish ends Cabrillo's streak of four consecutive Coast Conference South Championships and now six in the last nine years.

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