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.
Four members of the Cecil College softball team were honored with NJCAA Region XX DII All-Region awards, as voted by the softball committee. Freshman infielder Rachel Durham was named to the First Team followed by her teammates Olivia Martin and Carly White on the Second Team. Freshman pitcher Emily Phillips was named Honorable Mention.
The Lakers of Garrett College spoiled the Seahawks' hopes of advancing to the NJCAA Region XX DII Tournament, after hosting the play-in round on Tuesday. No. 4 Cecil College was upset by No. 8 Garrett College in a 12-2 loss, ending their 2018 season.
Four members of the Cecil College baseball program were named to the NJCAA Region XX DII All-Region team, as voted by the baseball committee. Sophomore outfielder Jordan Yoder landed himself on the First Team followed by his two teammates Joseph Bagnerise and Jaily Paredes on Second Team. The Seahawks lone all-conference selection Andrew Schutt was named Honorable Mention.
Sophomore guard/forward Tiana Garvin signed a National Letter of Intent to play women's basketball at Lock Haven University of Pennsylvania, accompanied by her supporters at Cecil College. Tiana is pictured with her father Vernon Garvin Jr. and Cecil College President Dr. Mary Way Bolt.
Sophomore guard Alexis Stubblefield signed a National Letter of Intent to play women's basketball at Goldey-Beacom College, accompanied by her supporters at Cecil College. Alexis will transfer to Goldey-Beacom in the fall of 2018 and compete for the Lightning, after her two successful years as a Seahawk. Stubblefield led her team at Cecil College with 14.1 points per game and an overall record of 23-7 in the 2017-2018 season. She ended her career as a Maryland Junior College Athletic Conference First Team Selection, an NJCAA Region XX DII Champion, the NJCAA Region XX DII Tournament MVP, and made a trip to Harrison, Arkansas for the NJCAA Division II National Tournament.
Cecil College softball ended their season in the NJCAA Region XX DII Tournament Play-In Round against the Hawks of Hagerstown Community College. The Seahawks and Hawk split in the first two games on Saturday, forcing a third tie-breaker the following day.
Learn more about Nicole Guy-Thomas, a sophomore guard, on the 2018 NJCAA Region XX DII Women's Basketball Championship team, in the latest Student-Athlete Spotlight. Nicole, a native of Baltimore, Md. and graduate of Towson High School in 2016, recorded 287 career points in her two years as a Seahawk, and helped the team to a 23-7 overall record and trip to the NJCAA Division II National Tournament in Harrison, Arkansas
The Cecil College Seahawks and Raptors of Montgomery College split in their MD JUCO double header on Monday with two high-scoring matches. Sophomore outfielder Joeseph Murray recorded his first career homerun in the game two win.
Cecil College soccer will be hosting ID Clinics for male & female soccer players interested in continuing their careers as a Seahawk! Join us on Saturday, May 5 at Calvert Regional Park in North East, Md. These camps are for prospective student-athletes in 9th-12th grade and will give them exposure to our coaches, players, playing facilities, and campus.
Softball earned two Maryland JUCO and NJCAA Region XX wins with their sweep of the Hawks of College of Southern Maryland on Friday. Freshman catcher Carly White tallied four hits on the day, including one triple, two homers, and five RBI.
As voted by a committee of Sports Information Directors from around the conference, Cecil College freshman second basemen Rachel Durham, was named the Maryland Junior College Athletic Conference (MD JUCO) Softball Student-Athlete of the Month for her outstanding performance during the month of March.
Cecil College softball defeated the Skipjacks of Chesapeake College in two games, handing them their first losses in the conference and region division. The Seahawks improve to 15-5 overall, 10-2 in the conference, and 4-4 NJCAA Region XX DII.
Cecil College baseball defeated the Lions of CCBC Dundalk by the 10-run rule through eight innings. The Seahawks scored six of their 13 runs off three homeruns from Dave Villafance (2) and Giovanni Santiago, while batting .419 as a team.
Cecil College softball completed a two-game sweep of Harford Community College after a walk-off in game #1 that proved momentuous in game #2. The Seahawks improved to 13-5 overall and 8-2 in MD JUCO play.
The Cecil College baseball team improved their Region XX DII record to 4-4 Tuesday with an important win over the Cardinals of CCBC Catonsville in extra innings. The Seahawks return to action on Thursday with another conference and region match-up at CCBC Essex.
Learn more about rising-sophomore soccer player Patrick Kelly in the latest Student-Athlete Spotlight. Pat, a native of Bel Air, Md. and graduate of Fallston High School in 2017, finished his first season as a Seahawk this past fall semester. Pat was one of seven members of the men's soccer team to tally a goal in their 2-14 2017 season.
Cecil College softball picked up a two-game sweep over Rowan College of Gloucester County on Sunday, becoming the only team so far to beat the Roadrunners twice. The Seahawks improve to 11-3 overall and remain at 8-0 in conference play.
The Seahawks faced off against the Fighting Owls on Thursday, losing the battle by giving up a walk-off in extra innings of game one and losing 9-2 in game two. Cecil College baseball falls to 6-19 overall and 3-9 in conference play.
Cecil College Athletics has an immediate opening for its' Head Women's Basketball Coach (part-time). The Seahawks went 23-7 last season & made a trip to the NJCAA DII National Tournament! For best consideration, please apply by April 16. Click here for more information.
Sophomore pitcher Troy Thomas was able to pick up a win for Cecil College in game one of the conference doubleheader against the Lakers of Garrett College. After an extensive rain delay, the Seahawks were unable to carry the momentum into the second game. After the split including a 4-1 win and a 12-2 loss, the Seahawks fall to 6-17 overall and 3-7 in Maryland JUCO.
Cecil College's Alexis Stubblefield and Tiana Garvin, both sophomore guards on the women's basketball team, were named to the NJCAA Region XX DII All-Region First Team after a successful season as Region Champions and a trip to the National Tournament.
Three members of the Cecil College men's basketball program were named to the NJCAA Region XX DII All-Region Team. Sophomore guard Jordan Griggs was a First Team Selection followed by freshman guard Cornell Corbin at Second Team. Sophomore guard Greg Alexander received honorable mention recognition by the region.