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(Mon., 8/30/2010 - Simpson Univ. Athletic Dept.)
Former Ranger to Play Pro in Mexico
Former Ranger player Dominique Simmons signs professional contract with FIBA for 2011. (more>>)

(Friday, Mar. 12, 2010 - OC Athletic Dept.)
Mitchell Selected to All-Star Game
Sophomore Jodi Mitchell has been selected to participate in the NWAACC Basketball Sophomore All-Star Games on March 14th. Pierce College is hosting the event at their Health Education Center on the campus of Pierce College Fort Steilacoom. Jodi will be on the Women's North Team. The North Women play against the West Women at 12:30 p.m. Mitchell was the fourth leading scorer in the NWAACC this season averaging 19 points per game (more>>).

(Saturday, Feb. 27, 2010 - OC Athletic Dept.)
OC Women End Season With Win
In the final game of the season, the Ranger women beat the Whatcom Orcas 65-to-57 at the Bremer Student Center. In their last game, sophomores led OC - Jodi Mitchell had a game high 31 points, and Jessica Jordan chipped in 12 points. 

(Thursday, Feb. 18, 2010 - OC Athletic Dept.)
Cardinals Too Much for Rangers
The Rangers fell to Skagit Valley (19-14, 13-1) 78-51 on Wednesday night. Sophomore Jessica Jordan led the Rangers with 12 points. The women hit the road this Saturday when they face off against Seattle. To see the boxscore form the game, click (here).


(Wednesday, Feb. 10, 2010 - Kitsap Sun Sports)
Rangers Swept by Bellevue
Firepower - or lack of it - was the main issue Wednesday night as both the Olympic College men and women fell to Bellevue at the Bremer Student Center Gym. The OC women (3-13 overall, 2-10 conference) continued to play without their leading scorer, sophomore Jodi Mitchell, and her absence was noticeable as the Rangers shot a frigid 15 percent while losing to Bellevue. (more>>)


(Saturday, Jan. 30, 2010 - Kitsap Sun Sports)
Rangers Beaten by Pirates
The Olympic College Rangers out-rebounded Peninsula College 61-41, but couldn't come up with the NWAACC North Division win, 81-74. OC shot 32 percent from the floor. Peninsula shot 41 percent. Jessica Jordan had 19 points and 17 rebounds for the Rangers (3-10, 2-7).(more>>
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(Thursday, Jan. 21, 2010 - Kitsap Sun Sports)
Women Fall to Seattle
The OC women's basketball team fell to the Seattle Storm 66-53. The OC women are now 3-7 overall, 2-4 in the NWAACC Northern Division. First-year women's coach Tammy Helwig played eight players and her squad faced a Seattle squad that had more bodies, more height and a decided bulk advantage. Still, her team built a 45-34 lead five minutes into the second half behind some gutsy play and well-balanced scoring. (more>>
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(Wednesday, Jan. 13, 2010 - Kitsap Sun Sports)
Rangers Romped
Olympic College's women's basketball team was no match for Bellevue, losing 76-40 in an NWAACC North Division game. The Rangers (3-5, 2-2) trailed 38-9 at halftime.
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(Saturday, Jan. 9, 2009 - Kitsap Sun Sports)
Ranger Women Beat Shoreline
The Olympic College women's basketball team didn't look like a team that has struggled to find healthy players. Coming off a 79-55 loss to Everett Wednesday, the Rangers took out some frustrations with a 57-45 win over Shoreline Saturday
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(Saturday, Jan. 2, 2010 - Kitsap Sun Sports)
Mitchell Leads Ranger Women
Sophomore Jodi Mitchell scored 31 points as the Olympic College women's basketball team beat Peninsula 69-59 Saturday night. It was the NWAACC opener for OC, which improved to 2-3 on the season. The Rangers host Everett on Wednesday. 
(more>>) To see the box score, click (here>>).


(Tuesday, Dec. 29, 2009 - OC Athletic Dept.)
Women Win First of the Season
The Olympic College Rangers won their first game of the 2009-10 season Tuesday night at Green River Community College in Auburn, Wash. Sophomore Jessica Jordan (South Kitsap High) led OC (1-3) with 24 points, including a perfect 12-for-12 from the free throw line. To see the box score click
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(Saturday, Dec. 5, 2009 - Kitsap Sun Sports)
Ranger Women Lose Season Opener
Jodi Mitchell had 25 points and 13 rebounds, but the Olympic College women's basketball team lost its season opener, 92-66 to South Puget Sound in a non-conference game. Irene Moore added 17 points, 10 rebounds and four assists for the Rangers. Ashley Frank also had 10 rebounds. (more>>)


(Thursday, Dec. 3, 2009 - Kitsap Sun Sports)
Helwig Ready to Rebuild at OC
Olympic College women's basketball coach Tammy Helwig gave her team some time off to celebrate Thanksgiving. But the coach wasn't so kind at practice this week when she made her players work off some of that turkey and pumpkin pie. "I worked them really hard on Monday," Helwig said. "They were sucking air." The Rangers go to work for real on Saturday when they make their season debut at South Puget Sound. Game time is 4:00 p.m. "We can't go into any game thinking we are going to lose," Helwig said. (more>>)


(Thursday, July 30, 2009 - Kitsap Sun Sports)
Felker Resigns as Coach
Olympic College women's basketball coach Paul Felker resgined as head coach on Monday.  Felker was 14-36  in his two years coaching the women.  OC Athletic Director Barry Janusch said Felker left for personal reasons.  Janusch recruited Felker out of Enumclaw High School to play for OC for the 1996-98 seasons.  Felker captained the Rangers his sophomore season before finishing his collegiate career at Central Washington University. (more>>)


(Tuesday, November 24, 2009 - Kitsap Sun Sports)
OC Basketball Just Another Challenge for Tammy Helwig
The odds are against new Olympic College women's basketball coach Tammy Helwig that she can resurrect a program that has had just two coaches produce winning seasons in its 31 years of mostly being a NWAACC bottom feeder. There have been 13 coaches before her and only Dave Sturgeon, who had a good six-year run (1992-98, 108-57 record) before deciding it was more profitable to get into the lawn-cutting business
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(Tuesday, Sept. 22, 2009 - Kitsap Sun Sports)
Helwig Excited to Takeover OC Program
Former South Kitsap and Peninsula High assistant coach Tammy Helwig is the new head coach for the Olympic College women's basketball team. Helwig first applied for the position five years ago, but the school hired Megan Murray, and eventually Paul Felker. Helwig said she's happy to finally get her shot at coaching the Rangers - even if it did come later than she hoped. Helwig has recruited eight players in the past two weeks, and expects to hit the recruiting trail earlier in the off-season. (more>>)


(Tuesday, Sept. 1, 2009 - The Olympian)
Helwig Brings Experience to Lady Rangers
Less than two months after the resignation of Paul Felker, a new coach has been hired to helm the Olympic College women's basketball team. Tammy Helwig, a women's basketball coach and teacher at South Kitsap High School was hired by OC Athletic Director Barry Janusch to fill the head coaching position. (more>>)

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