Riley Holsinger, 2012-13-14
Riley Holsinger arrived on the SFCC campus after an outstanding prep career at North Center High School in Spokane where she was a two-time All-Greater Spokane League first-team selection. As a transfer from Boise State University, Holsinger quickly established herself as one of the best in CCS history by setting records in career scoring average (18.5 point per game), career shot blocks (117), and Career Steals (171). As a sophomore Holsinger led the NWAC in scoring at 22 points per game, and was named the NWAC Baden Women’s Basketball Player of the Year. She finished the season with a remarkable NWAC Top-20 in six different categories; points-per-game, shot blocks, free-throw shooting, steals, assists, and rebounds. Riley was voted CCS Team Most Valuable Player in both her freshman and sophomore seasons. Holsinger transferred to Vanguard University in Costa Mesa, California where she was named Player of the Year in the Golden State Athletic Conference in 2015. Riley is currently working on her Master’s Degree and serves as an Assistant Coach for the SFCC Women’s Basketball program.