The Cecil College men's basketball team earned the title of NJCAA Region XX DII Champions after their upset 91-73 win over #1 seeded Potomac State College of WVU. The region tournament victory qualifies the Seahawks for the NJCAA Division II National Tournament in Danville, Illinois.
Sophomore guard Cornell Corbin and freshman guard Jacob Falko were recongized by the Maryland Junior College Athletic Conference for their outstanding performance this season. Corbin was named MD JUCO Defensive Player of the Year, as well as being named to the Second Team. Falko joins his teammate as an All-MD JUCO Second Team selection.
Cecil College Athletics' is honored to have the opportunity to host the NJCAA Region XX Division II men's and women's basketball tournament for the second year in a row. We hope that you will join us to experience some of this season's most competitive match-ups!
Cecil College Athletics is excited to celebrate its inaugural Hall of Fame class with an induction ceremony to be held on Saturday, March 30 in the Physical Education Complex (Building E) on the North East campus. Members of the public and campus community are asked to join Cecil College Athletics in celebrating these individuals.
The Cecil College men's basketball team's comeback fell short on "sophomore day" when they suffered a 91-83 defeat from NJCAA Region XX DII rival, the Nighthawks for Northern Virginia Community College.
Join Cecil College Athletics by wearing orange during the day and in the stands on Wednesday, January 30 to represent and raise awareness for hunger issues on our campus and in our community. Admission is free to the home basketball matches with a non-perishable food item or monetary donation to the Student Food Pantry at one of our ticket selling tables.
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).
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.
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 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.
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.
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.
The online Cecil College Athletics store is now open for a limited time. Find items in our team colors for yourself or family and friends, just in time for the holiday season. Click here to check out the shop details.
Learn more about Carl Bradley in the latest Student-Athlete Spotlight. Bradley, a native of Baltimore, Maryland and a 2016 graduate of Dundalk High School, is entering his sophomore season as a forward on the Cecil College men's basketball team. In his first season as a Seahawk, Bradley started and played in all 33 contests while totaling 184 points in the 2017-2018 season. Bradley averaged 5.6 points per game and 4.4 rebounds per game.
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.
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.
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.
The Cecil College men's basketball team ended their 2018 season with a loss to College of Southern Maryland in the NJCAA Region XX DII Championship game on Sunday, March 11. Freshman guards Cornell Corbin and Jonathon Falko were named to the All-Tournament Team.
The Cecil College men's basketball team suffered a 90-74 Region XX loss to the Titans of Community College of Beaver County on "Sophomore Day". The Seahawks remain with two regular season games before entering the NJCAA Region XX Tournament.
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.
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.