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Chemeketa Athletics

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.

NOTE (Updated Feb. 7, 2022): Due to continual decline in daily COVID cases over the previous two weeks, Chemeketa is returning back to allowing spectators at athletic events. CDC social distancing requirements are expected along with contact tracing information upon entrance. Livestreams of all home games will be available via Chemeketa MediaSpace.

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.


    The data below is an overview of Chemeketa student athlete academic performance.

    Chemeketa Storm Academic Data

  • 2021 Fall Sports Summary

    At the conclusion of our 2021 fall sports season, we want to acknowledge the effort of the Storm teams and student-athletes who led the way. During the fall season we had one region championship, 2 teams finishing in the top 8 of NWAC post season events, 14 student-athletes receiving all-region recognition, 10 student-athletes selected to participate in NWAC All-Star events, and 1 coach being named region Coach of the Year.

    Women’s cross country participated in five regular season meets against various 4-year and 2-year colleges.  This culminated in a third-place finish at the Southern Region Championship meet and a seventh-place finish at the NWAC Championship meet. 
    At the NWAC Championships the Storm were led by Nina Garland with a time of 21:20:00, Abigail Espinavarro with a time of 21:49:70, and Anne Hurley with a time of 21:52:20.

    Women’s soccer had a season filled with physical adversity with multiple season ending injuries, but throughout remained very competitive and represented Chemeketa well.  They finished the season 2-10-3, and finished the region season tied for fifth, with a record of 2-8-2.
    The Storm were represented on the All-Region team by Midfielder Rin Choi, as well as Honorable Mention selection Katie Zapata, a defender.  Rin Choi was also selected to participate in the NWAC Women’s Soccer All-Star game.

    Men’s soccer had a tremendous season finishing 9-4-1 overall, and 8-1-1 in region play, which was the best record in the region, garnering them a Southern Region Championship.  Unfortunately, they fell to visiting Whatcom in the NWAC playoff quarterfinals, ending the season with a top eight finish in the NWAC.   Three of the Storm’s four losses were tightly contested matches against the two teams that played for the NWAC Championship match.
    The Storm were well represented landing eleven players on All-Region teams, they include forwards Isaac Rangel and Raymond Garcia; midfielders Yeon Kwak, Angel Garcia, and Kento Takamura; defenders Pedro Hernandez and Everardo Hernandez, and goalkeeper Alejandro Villarreal.  Also, being selected Honorable Mention were forward Diego Zamora, midfielder Pedro Calderon, and defender Jair Diaz.  Head Coach Jose Campos Bernal was also selected as Southern Region Coach of the Year. 
    The eight young men who were selected to the All-Region team were also selected to participate in the NWAC Men’s Soccer All-Star game, which was coached by coach Campos Bernal.

    Volleyball were competitors all year with a team of nine, they were high energy and relentless, regardless of the scoreboard.  They finished the year with a 9-13 overall record, and a region record of 6-10, which was good for fifth place and one spot out of the playoff chase. 
    The Storm were represented on the All-Region team by libero Josie Nealon. Tylee Bundy was selected to participate in the Sophomore All-Star game.

  • 2020-21 Storm Academic Honors

    24 Chemeketa sophomore student-athletes were honored by the NWAC for there efforts in the classroom over the past two years. Nine were honored with the NWAC Academic Excellence Award, which is given to sophomore student-athletes who have a cumulative G.P.A. between 3.25 and 3.49. 15 more student-athletes were awarded the NWAC Academic Leadership Award for having a cumulative G.P.A. of 3.5 or above. Congratulations to these young women and men for all of their effort and hard work to represent the Storm family as standout academic performers.

    Academic Leadership: 3.50 and above GPA

    • Caleb Beach, Baseball
    • Robert Benson, Baseball
    • Tylee Bundy, Volleyball
    • Makin Clarke, Women’s Basketball
    • Justin Duso, Baseball
    • Anika Farley, Softball
    • Shelby Halfman, Volleyball
    • Zachary Hart, Baseball
    • Mariah Jacobson, Women’s Soccer
    • Allyson McOmie, Women’s Soccer
    • Jose Ochoa-Delgado, Men’s Soccer
    • Jenessa Parnell, Softball
    • Nathalie Rios Carreon, Women’s Soccer
    • Dana Romero, Women’s Basketball
    • Isabella Van Horn, Women’s Soccer

    Academic Excellence: 3.25-3.49 GPA

    • Braden Allison, Baseball
    • Benjamin Garcia-Gutierrez, Men’s Soccer
    • Yeon Hyuk Kwak, Men’s Soccer
    • Kaleb Kantola, Baseball 
    • Eric Kessler, Baseball
    • Adrian Lee, Softball
    • Regan Louma, Volleyball
    • Carl Rumbaugh, Baseball
    • Andrew Stoltey, Baseball



  • 2020-21 Storm Athletic Honors

    In a COVID-shortened season, which saw teams only compete with-in the Southern Region, Chemeketa teams competed well in spite of the challenges faced.  In all, Storm Athletics teams had one first-place finish, a second-place finish, a third-place finish, two fourth-place finishes, and two fifth-place finishes.  In addition, 17 Storm student-athletes were selected to All-League teams by opposing coaches and two student-athletes were selected as Most Valuable Players for their outstanding and consistent performances.

    Most Valuable Player

    • Rin Choi, Women’s Soccer
    • Chase McClain, Men’s Basketball

    First Team All-League Selections

    • Drake Borschowa, Baseball
    • Jair Diaz, Men’s Soccer
    • Kaden Doten, Baseball
    • Amy Duvall, Women’s Soccer
    • Eric Kessler, Baseball
    • Yeon Kwak, Men’s Soccer
    • Marri Martinez, Women’s Basketball
    • Allyson McOmie, Women’s Soccer
    • Jenessa Parnell, Softball
    • Chas Walsh, Softball
    • Kobe Withers, Men’s Basketball
    • Diego Zamora, Men’s Soccer
    • Carla Zamora, Women’s Soccer

    Second Team All-League Selections

    • Marsted Hall, Volleyball
    • Kane Kianunis, Baseball
    • Golden Glove Baseball
    • Drake Borschowa
    • AJ Dix