Cecil College women's volleyball earned back-to-back on the road sweeps over conference rivals Anne Arundel Community and Allegany College of Maryland. The Seahawks improve to 11-5 overall and 8-2 in Maryland JUCO.
Cecil College women's volleyball faced their second sweep of the season after a 3-0 loss to the undefeated Raptors of Montgomery College, who improved to 23-0. The Seahawks fell to 9-5 overall and 6-2 in the conference.
Cecil College women's soccer ended their almost three-season winless streak with a shutout victory over the Cardinals of CCBC Catonsville on Tuesday. The Seahawks improve to 1-7 overall, but remain at 0-7 in MD JUCO because of Catonsville's club team status.
Cecil College men's and women's soccer were defeated by margins of at least seven goals by Maryland JUCO and Region XX rivals, the Cougars of Frederick Community College. Both Seahawks' soccer programs fall to occupy the last spot in conference standings thus far in the season.
Sophomore defender Katherine Shields' goal off a PK wasn't enough to hold off the high-powered offense of the Montgomery College Raptors on Tuesday. Cecil College falls to 0-6 overall and in Maryland JUCO action.
The Cecil College baseball program will host its annual alumni game on Saturday, November 3, 2018 at 12:00 p.m. All former players that plan to attend are asked to RVSP by clicking here. Hope to see you there!
Learn more about Michael Worthington in the latest Student-Athlete Spotlight. Worthington, a native of Quarryville, Pa. and 2017 graduate of Solanco High School, is entering his sophomore season as an infielder on the Cecil College baseball team. In his first season as a Seahawk, Worthington collected 33 hits on 111 at bats, landing him fifth on the team in batting average as a freshman. Worthington also tallied 21 stolen bases this past spring.
The Cecil College women's volleyball beat the Skipjacks of Cecil College in three quick sets on Thursday night, locking in their first MD JUCO and NJCAA Region XX DII sweep of the season. Kadi Davis tied her season-high in kills and sophomore libero Emily Ritchie registered a new career-high eight service aces.
Freshman forward Ashley Kelly scored her first career goal in the Seahawks' loss to the top team in Maryland JUCO, the Dragons of Howard Community College. The Seahawks fall to 0-3 for the year and currently sit in last place out of nine women's soccer programs in the conference.
Men's soccer picked up their first win of the season on the road at Allegany College of Maryland in a double-over time thriller on Tuesday. The Seahawks improve to 1-3 overall and will return on action against Howard Community College on Friday, September 21.
The Nighthawks of Northern Virginia Community College handed the Seahawks their first loss on their home court of the year and their first loss in Region XX DII. Cecil College volleyball falls to 4-2 overall but remains unbeaten in Maryland JUCO.
Although much improved from the previous year, Cecil College men's soccer started their fall 2018 season with three straight losses after suffering in a 1-0 battle to the Hawks of College of Southern Maryland. The Seahawks tallied the most shots and most shots on goal so far this season in the loss to the Hawks.
Volleyball suffered their first loss of the season when their late rally fell short at Harcum College. The Seahawks lost 3-2 to the Bears by scores of 19-25, 16-25, 25-23, 25-15, and 11-15. They return to action at home on Friday at 6:00 p.m. against MD JUCO rival College of Southern Maryland.
Cecil College women's volleyball improved to 2-0 after defeating Delaware Technical Community College in four sets on Tuesday. The Seahawks look to continue their perfect start with a non-conference match up at Harcum College on Wednesday, September 5.
Cecil College women's volleyball picked up a victory in their season opener after defeating conference rivals, the Fighting Owls of Harford Community College, in five sets. After statement wins in the first two sets for the Seahawks, the Fighting Owls started their comeback winning the next two, to force a fifth set.
Head coach of the women's basketball program, Dayra Diamond, and head coach of the softball program, Russ Morgan, have announced an open tryout date for any full-time Cecil College student interested in participating in either program.
Although much improved from the 2017 season, Cecil College men's soccer started their season with two losses to non-conference opponents County College of Morris and Manor College. The Seahawks were the first on the scoreboard in their inaugural contest but could not hold one in back-to-back losses.
Sophomore outfielder Jordan Yoder signed a Institutional Letter of Intent to play Division I baseball for the Liberty University Flames, accompanied by his supporters at Cecil College. Yoder is pictured with Assistant Director of Athletics & Sports Information, Brooke Fisher, and Head Baseball Coach, Charlie O'Brien.
Learn more about Joseph Murray in the latest Student-Athlete Spotlight. Murray, a native of Little Britain, Pa. and 2018 graduate of Cecil College, just completed his sophomore season as an outfielder on the Cecil College baseball team. Murray was reliable in center field for the Seahawks after recording 63 put outs with a fielding percentage of .958 during the 2018 season. He also added 30 hits on the offensive end and recorded his first career home run this past spring.
For two individual weeks during the month of June, girls and boys from around the community entering 1st through 9th grade attended basketball camp at Cecil College. Between instruction and drills from current coaches and student-athletes, campers had the oppotunity to compete in full court games and contests.Click here to view contest winners from each individual week of basketball camp.
Six Cecil College student-athletes earned distinction on one of the three National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) All-Academic Teams for the 2017-2018 academic year, boasting at least a 3.60 grade-point average in addition to their athletic accomplishments. The NJCAA has annually recognized the academic achievements of its member institution's student-athletes since its inception in 1983.
Head coach of the men's and women's soccer programs, Patrick Letts, has announced an open tryout date for any full-time Cecil College students interested in participating in men's or women's soccer this fall.
Learn more about Jonathon Falko, a freshman guard, on the men's basketball team at Cecil College, in the latest Student-Athlete Spotlight. Falko, a native of Rising Sun, Md. and graduate of Tristate Christian Academy in 2016, helped his team to be runners-up in the conference and Region XX DII tournaments. He led the Seahawks' in free throw percentage in his 29 games played and scored 258 points in his first year at Cecil College.
Support Cecil College Athletics by participating in or sponsoring our annual Golf Tournament, title-sponsored by Barnes & Noble. This year's tournament will be held at Back Creek Golf Course in Middletown, De. on Friday, June 1, 2018.
Cecil College Athletics has an immediate opening for its part-time women's softball coach. The Seahawks went 20-9 and 13-3 in their last season of competition! If interested, click here for more information and how to apply!
Six Cecil College spring student-athletes received recognition from the Maryland Junior College Athletic Association for their outstanding performance during their respective seasons. Among them were Andrew Schutt, Rachel Durham, Kelly Porte, Olivia Martin, Carly White, and Emily Phillips.