PORT ANGELES - The NWAC's top-ranked Pirates, who sit No. 7 in the latest national junior college poll, are riding a 36-match winning streak into the playoffs dating back to September 5, 2016. They open the playoffs with a home match at noon on Nov. 4 against Wednesday's First Round winner.
The Peninsula women smashed the single season NWAC scoring record in their final home match against Edmonds, when they put 13 balls in the Triton net. The Pirates, in just 18 matches, scored 135 goals and have allowed just nine. The previous scoring record of 129 goals was set by by Walla Walla in 2007 in 24 matches.
The Pirates are led by Sydney Warren, who leads the NWAC in scoring with 30 goals. Taylor Graham is sixth in the NWAC with 14 goals, Maddy Parton is ninth with 13, Janis Martinez-Ortiz has 12, Kelly Kevershan 11 and Jayna Morikawa 11. The Pirates also have a host of players leading in the assist column, led by Jordyn DiCintio with 27, Kevershan with 10, Martinez-Ortiz with 10 and Parton with nine.