Chemeketa Storm student athletes participate in seven sports as a member of the Southern Region in the Northwest Athletic Conference (NWAC). Storm student athletes have a strong tradition of success both in the classroom and the field of play.
Excellence Through Education & Athletics
When you become a member of the Chemeketa athletic family, you're entering a culture designed to aid student-athletes in achieving their potential. Our desire is to educate, mentor and empower our student-athletes to develop and grow as people, students and athletes.
This is accomplished through –
- Community service activities
- Department-wide academic success structure
- Student-athlete centered classes, seminars and trainings
- Experienced and dedicated coaches
- Quality competition and player promotion to levels of four-year colleges and universities
- A variety of campus support services that includes an advising specialist dedicated to our student-athletes
The Storm experience will give every student-athlete a strong foundation to work from and the tools to continue their growth.
Live Stream the Storm
All Storm home league contests for volleyball, men's and women's basketball as well as baseball are live streamed online and archived. If you can't get out to support the Storm in person it is a great way to follow the teams.
2019 Baseball playoffs
Chemeketa Storm baseball wrapped up their season with a 12-12 record and a fourth place finish in the Southern Region. This qualified them for a three-team, double-elimination, Super Regional playoff at Yakima Community College. The Storm will open play against the Bellevue at 6 pm Friday, May 17. The winners of the four super regional tournaments will qualify for the NWAC championships, which will be held May 23, through May 27, in Longview, Wash.
To follow each game, see results, and super regional playoff match ups, beyond the opening game, go to www.nwacsports.org and click on Baseball to see all the updates and information.
The data below is an overview of Chemeketa student athlete academic performance.
Class of 2012
New Athletes 71
Retention Rate 79.1%
Graduation Rate 26.8%
Transfer Out Rate 38.0%
Four-Year Transfer Rate 49.2%
Class of 2011
New Athletes 77
Retention Rate 75.32%
Graduation Rate 25.97%
Transfer Out Rate 37.66%
Four-Year Transfer Rate 40%