Five Seahawks basketball players were named to the Maryland Junior College Athletic Conference All-Conference Teams for their outstanding athletic performances throughout the season. Selections include First-Team Selection Alexis Stubblefield, Nyjayha Lockwood, Briana McAllister, Chyna Steele, and Cornell Corbin.
Cecil College men's basketball picked an 80-61 Region XX win over the Nighthawks of Northern Virginia Community College to improve their overall record to 13-14. Seahawks remain with two regular season games before post-season play.
The Cecil College women's basketball team ended their regular season with an 80-29 road victory over the Nighthawks of Northern Virginia Community College. The Seahawks head into post-season play with a 21-5 overall record and receiving votes in the latest NJCAA Region XX National Poll.
After defeating the Cougars of Frederick Community College and the Hawks of College of Southern Maryland in the first and semifinal round, the Seahawks suffered a 71-62 loss to Harford Community College to be named the MD JUCO Tournament Runner-Up.
Cecil College men's basketball dropped their third straight contest in a back and forth battle against the Hawks of College of Southern Maryland. Men's basketball returns to action at home on Wednesday, February 7 against Anne Arundel Community College.
The Cecil College women's basketball team recorded a season-high 115 points in Saturday's win over the Hawks of College of Southern Maryland. Sophomore Nyjayha Lockwood netted a season-high 31 points, inlcuding going 13-16 from the floor and 5-7 from beyond the arc.
A double-double in points and rebounds from both sophomores Chyna Steele and Tiana Garvin helped to fuel Cecil College's victory over conference rival Frederick Community College. Women's basketball improves to an undefeated 7-0 in the Region XX Division II standings, 5-4 overall, and 8-3 in MD JUCO.
The Panthers of Baltimore City Community College came to Cecil College to hand the Seahawks two ten-point losses in the conference. Women's basketball falls to 7-3 in the conference while men's basketball falls to 6-4 against MD JUCO opponents.
Learn more about freshman volleyball player Emily Waldridge in the latest Student-Athlete Spotlight. Emily is a first-year psychology major who landed herself third on the team with 138 kills this past season.
The Cecil College men's and women's basketball teams each captured two regional wins this weekend at Potomac State College of West Virginia. The women improve their record to 13-3 as the men snap their four-game losing steak.
After coming back from a first half defecit and leading in the third quarter, Cecil College women's basketball was unable to survive a fourth-quarter rally by the Fighting Owls of Harford Community College. The Seahawks fall too 12-3 overall and trail Harford in the MD JUCO standings.
Cecil College men's basketball lets an 11-point halftime lead slip away for their third straight loss in row. The Seahawks currently sit at fifth in the MD JUCO standings. Freshman Kamden Stubblefield led the Seahawks with 18 points.
The Cecil College women's softball team volunteered at Bay View Elementary School's Toys for Tots event on Monday, December 18, helping less fortunate children in our community pick out toys for Christmas.
The Cecil College men's basketball team came out of their Holiday Classic with two losses to nationally-ranked opponents, Monroe Community College and Cuyahoga Community College. Seahawks fall to 6-7 overall.
The Cecil College women's basketball team came out of the Cecil College Basketball Holiday Classic with a win over CCBC Catonsville and their second loss of the season to ASA College, Ny. The Seahawks improve to 11-2 overall.
A 12-0 run to start the game propelled the Cecil College men's basketball team to a 91-70 win over the Vikings of Mercer County Community College. Seahawks win fourth straight, including two road games.
The Cecil College women's basketball team produced a huge 102-35 victory over the Vikings of Mercer County Community College, extending their win streak to four in a row and improving their overall record to 10-1.
Cecil College's men's & women's basketball teams each picked up their third straight win against Maryland JUCO opponent Howard Community College on Wednesday night. The Seahawks return to action at home on December 12.
The Cecil College Grounds Crew began demolition of the existing baseball and softball batting cages this week to prepare for a new indoor baseball and softball facility located directly behind the two fields on campus.