Cecil College men's baseball opened their 2019 season with a loss in game one and a tie in game two to non-conference and non-region opponent Delaware Technical Community College (Georgetown campus) on Friday.
Cecil College men's and women's basketball each extended their winning streaks by one game with conference victories over Prince George's Community College on Wednesday. Women's basketball has now won two in a row while men's basketball has won their last seven contests, including going 8-1 during the month of January.
Learn more about Amya Mumford in the latest Student-Athlete Spotlight. Mumford, a native of Princess Anne, Md. and a 2018 graduate of Stephen Decatur High School is currently in her first year as a forward on the Cecil College women's basketball team. At the midpoint in the season, Mumford ranks third on the team averaging 14.0 points per game and is tied for first on the squad with 8.5 rebounds per game. She scored a career-high 25 points in the Seahawks' win over Potomac State College of WVU and has tallied 154 total points thus far in the season.
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Cecil College men's basketball held off a comeback attempt by the Lakers of Garrett College to secure an 86-84 conference and NJCAA Region XX DII victory. The Seahawks have now won eight of their last nine contests to improve to 10-9 overall and 5-5 in MD JUCO.
Cecil College men's basketball handed conference rivals, the Fighting Owls of Harford Community College, their first loss in MD JUCO in a thrilling overtime battle. The Seahawks improved to 7-9 overall and picked up their second conference win (2-5).
Cecil College women's basketball suffered a devastating 99-34 loss to the Harford Fighting Owls, who boast a 17-1 overall record and remain unbeated in MD JUCO. The Seahawks fell to 2-8 overall and 1-5 in the conference which lands them ahead of Prince George's Community College, Garrett College, and Allegany College of Maryland in the conference standings.
After a rough start to their season, Cecil College men's basketball picked up their first conference victory of the season over Chesapeake College for their fourth straight victory on their home court. The Seahawks improve to 6-8 overall and 1-4 in MD JUCO play.
Cecil College women's basketball dropped their fourth straight contest against the Skipjacks of Chesapeake College by a score of 85-42. The Seahawks fall to 2-7 overall and 1-4 in MD JUCO action, ranking them 11th out of fourteen teams in the conference.
Learn more about Henry Medrano in the latest Student-Athlete Spotlight. Medrano, a native of Baltimore, Md. and a 2018 graduate of Perry Hall High School finished his first year playing, as a captian, on Cecil College's men's soccer team. During his freshman campaign, Medrano recorded starts in 11 of the Seahawks' 12 matches and tallied seven shots on goal. When he is not on the field or in the classroom on campus, he enjoys coaching club soccer with elementary-aged players and teaching young players the basics and love of the game.
Cecil College women's basketball faced a 82-45 loss to the Falcons of Lackawanna College for their third loss in a row. The Seahawks fall to 2-6 overall after the non-conference, non-region loss and remain 1-3 in MD JUCO play.
A career-high 29 points, including six made shots from beyond the arc, from freshman guard McKale Williams helped the Seahawks win their third straight contest over the Falcons of Lackawanna College on Wednesday. This was Cecil men's basketball's last contest before winter break when they return to their home court on Saturday, January 5.
Cecil College men's basketball snapped their eight-game losing streak with two wins as the host of the Cecil College Holiday Tournament over the weekend. The Seahawks were victorious in two close matches against Monroe Community College (Rochester, Ny.) and Cuyahoga Community College (Cleveland, Oh.).
The Cecil College Athletics Hall of Fame is now accepting nominations for its inaugural 2019 class inductees. The deadline for submissions is Friday, Dec. 21, at 4 p.m. The purpose of the Cecil College Athletics Hall of Fame is to honor individuals who, through participation, support or interest, have made outstanding contributions to or brought recognition to the athletic programs at Cecil College.
Learn more about Rachel Durham in the latest Student-Athlete Spotlight. Durham, a native of Middletown, De. and a 2017 graduate of Appoquinamink High School, is in her second year as a member of Cecil College's softball team.
During her freshman campaign, Durham led the Seahawks in hitting with a .505 AVG and collected 47 hits, including 21 of them going for extra bases. On the field, Rachel was recognized with Region XX DII First Team Honors, Maryland JUCO First Team Honors, Maryland JUCO Student-Athlete of the Month for the month of March while also being named to the NJCAA All-Academic Second Team for her outstanding work in the classroom.
The Cougars of Frederick Community College handed both Seahawks' basketball squads a loss in the NJCAA Region XX DII and MD JUCO standings on Wednesday. Cecil College will have a short break this weekend before they look to get back into the win column when they travel to Baltimore City Community College for a primetime double-header on December 12.
Cecil College women's basketball picked up their second victory of the season after freshman guard Megan O'Neal hit the game-winning jumper to lift the Seahawks over the Catamounts of Potomac State College of WVU. The Seahawks improved to 2-3 overall with the NJCAA Region XX DII victory and remained at 1-1 in MD JUCO action.
The Catamounts of Potomac State College of WVU kept their perfect start to the season alive after narrowly defeating Cecil College on the Seahawks' home court. The Seahawks have now lost their last five matches and fall to 2-6 overall and 0-2 in the conference.
Cecil College men's basketball suffered their fourth straight loss on Wednesday against MD JUCO rival Allegany College of Maryland. The Seahawks fall to 2-5 overall and winless in the conference standings through the month of November.
Hailey Lutter and Evan Martin, both 2017 graduates of Perrville High School, signed a Letter of Intent to compete in cross country for Cecil College next fall. Now members of the Seahawks' inaugural signing class for cross country, Lutter and Martin started off as high school teammates for the Panthers and will run together once again.
Cecil College women's basketball picked up their first victory of the season, after starting off with three straight losses. The Seahawks defeated the Trojans of Allegany College of Maryland 85-39, as a result of a balanced scoring effort offensively, to improve to 1-3 overall and 1-1 in MD JUCO play.
As voted by a committee of Sports Information Directors around the conference, Cecil College freshman setter Emily Maser, was named the MD JUCO Volleyball Player of the Month for her outstanding performance during the month of October.
Cecil College women's basketball experienced their 17-point first half lead slip away in their home opener against the Barons of Rowan College at Burlington County on Saturday. The Seahawks start their season 0-2 against non-region and non-conference opponents.
Learn more about Jaycie Coates in the latest Student-Athlete Spotlight. Coates, a native of Elkton, Maryland and a 2018 graduate of Elkton High School, just completed her freshman season as a middle blocker on the Cecil College volleyball team. In her first season as a Seahawk, Coates was second on the team with 19 blocks and added 12 kills and 8 digs as her team finished their season at the NJCAA Region XX DII quarter-finals and went 13-6 overall and 8-2 in the conference.
Seven Cecil College fall student-athletes were named to 2018-2019 Maryland Junior College Athletic Conference All-Conference or NJCAA Region XX All-Region teams for the outstanding performance in their respective sport. Sarah Blevins, Emily Ritchie, Emily Waldridge, and Morgan Mock were recognized from volleyball along with Henry Medrano and Megan O'Neal from men's and women's soccer.
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Cecil College men's basketball crusied past Delaware Technical Community College, by a 41-point margin, in their home opener of the 2018-2019 season. The Seahawks improved to 2-1 overall as they prepare for two more competitive non-region and non-conference match ups at the Murph Sharipo Classic hosted by Monroe Community College in Rochester, Ny.
Cecil College men's basketball came away from their opening weekend with 1-1 to start their season at the CCBC Dundalk Mixer. The Seahawks defeated the Bobcats of Bryant & Stratton College (Va.) on Friday by a score of 86-78 and lost to the Avengers of ASA College (Ny.) by a 5-point margin.
Cecil College women's volleyball picked up a sweep over the Titans on "Sophomore Day" and their final home contest of the regular season. The Seahawks improved to 13-5 overall and 8-2 in Maryland JUCO, while securing the No. 4 seed in the upcoming NJCAA Region XX DII tournament hosted by College of Southern Maryland.