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.
Women's Soccer Qualifies for Playoffs
The Chemeketa women’s soccer team has qualified for the NWAC soccer playoffs. The Storm finished third in the Southern Region and will travel for their first-round match-up. The first-round match will be against Spokane, who finished second in the East Region, on Wednesday November 2 at Spokane Falls Community College with a 2:00 pm start time. The winner will earn the right to travel to Peninsula College on Saturday November 5 for a second-round match and the winner earning the opportunity to compete in the NWAC final four the following weekend in Tukwila Washington. You can follow the Storm Wednesday by clicking on the Spokane Community College streaming link.
The data below is an overview of Chemeketa student athlete academic performance.
2021-22 End of Year Honors
On June 2 Chemeketa Community College athletes and coaches both past and present received acknowledgement from the Northwest Athletic Conference for their achievements at the annual year end awards and Hall of Fame. This event acknowledges all of the Northwest Athletic Conference coaches of the year, as well as athlete of the years for each sport. In addition, five Northwest Athletic Conference scholarship recipients from throughout the entire conference are awarded. Chemeketa volleyball player Tylee Bundy received one of the Art Fiero Academic Excellence Scholarship Awards. She finished her time at Chemeketa with an overall GPA of 3.95, while completing her AAOT and will be completing her Bachelor’s Degree at Oregon State University in Environmental Science. Tylee is the fifth Chemeketa student-athlete to be honored with this award in its 26 years of existence
Being honored for their past accomplishments by being inducted into the Northwest Athletic Conference Hall of Fame was the 2008 Storm volleyball team who won the Southern Region championship, as well as the NWAC Championship with a perfect 50-0 record. Team members inducted were Aubrie Concannon, Porsha Ellison, Natalie Fleck, Chelsea Fosback, Nicole Kenney, Samantha LaMonica, Katie Langlitz, Amber Manthe, Emily O’Neal, Alisha Shigley, Krystina Stricker, Tabbie Smith, Head Coach Terry McLoughlin, Assistant Coaches Sheila Havig and Doug Butler. This is the sixth Chemeketa Team to be inducted into the Northwest Athletic Conference Hall of Fame.
Also inducted for his individual accomplishments was former head coach Terry McLoughlin. During his sixteen years at the helm of Chemeketa volleyball Terry won 574 matches with a 75% overall winning percentage. Under his leadership his teams won 5 league championships, qualified for the Northwest Athletic Conference Championship Tournament 13 of his 16 years. His teams placed in the top four of the championship tournament nine times and won three Northwest Athletic Conference Championships. Terry is the eighth individual from Chemeketa Community College to be inducted into the Northwest Athletic Conference Hall of Fame.