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.
After going up by as many as twelve in the first half, a few second half turnovers proved costly in the Seahawks' 80-74 loss to the Raptors of Montgomery College. Seahawks are handed first conference loss.
The previously 6-0 Seahawks, were defeated by the Raptors of Montgomery College on Tuesday night by a score of 89-82. Women's basketball falls to 6-1 overall after their first conference defeat of the season.
Freshman setter Sarah Blevins was named the MD JUCO Volleyball Student-Athlete of the Month for her outstanding performance during the month of October, including 263 assists in eight matches during the month.
Cecil College men's basketball returns home from Rochester, Ny. with two losses to Monroe Community College and Jamestown Community College in the Murph Shapiro Classic. Seahawks fall to 1-4 to start the 2017 season.
Cecil College women's basketball comes out of the Dragon Invitiational with two wins over conference opponents, Chesapeake College and College of Southern Maryland. Seahawks improve to 5-0 to start the season.
The Cecil College women's basketball team captured their third straight win to start the season after defeating the Harcum College Bears by a comfortable score of 92-78. Lockwood lead the Seahawks with 21 points.
Cecil College men's basketball opened their season at the CCBC Dundalk Mixer with two losses to Bryant & Stratton College (Va.) and ASA College. Free throws and turnovers proved costly to the Seahawks.
Cecil College women's basketball set off their season with a non-conference 81-61 win over the Barons of Rowan College at Burlington on Wednesday. Four Seahawks earned double-digit points in the victory.
Cecil College women's volleyball finalizes their overall, regular season record of 11-6 after Saturday's 3-1 win over Community College of Beaver County. Seahawks' tie their season-high number of team kills with 47.
Cecil College women's volleyball went 1-1 in their last home games of the season during Saturday's tri-match with Delaware Technical Community College and Potomac State College of WVU. The Seahawks are now 11-6 overall.
Cecil College volleyball's win streak came to a halt after Saturday's non-conference loss to Delware Technical Community College in a five-set match. The Seahawks will face Delaware Tech again on Saturday, October 21.