Cecil College Athletics is seeking qualified candidates to apply for either of the following positions: Assistant Men's Soccer Coach, Assistant Women's Soccer Coach. Cecil College, an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer and educator, is committed to diversity.
Sophomore stand-out defender Katherine Shields signed a National Letter of Intent to continue her academic and athletic career at Wesley College, located in Dover, Delaware. Shields will graduate from Cecil College in May with a General Studies degree and plans to study Nursing within Wesley's notorious program.
Three sophomore members of Cecil College's men's basketball team, who finished third in the NJCAA DII National Tournament in Danville, Illinois, signed their Letter of Intent to continue their academic and athletic careers at NAIA-sponsored four year insititutions.
Cecil College baseball kept their NJCAA Region XX DII tournament hopes alive after two convincing wins over the Skipjacks of Chesapeake College on Tuesday. The Seahawks defeated the Skipjacks 9-4 in the first game of the afternoon's double-header and followed up with a 6-2 win in game two. The Seahawks improved their overall record to 6-26-1 overall, 5-16 in MD JUCO action, and 5-14 against region division opponents and will need to land within the top eight teams in Region XX DII, out of 11 programs, to be admitted into the tournament hosted by Frederick Community 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 7, 2019. Shot gun start is scheduled for 8:00 a.m.
The online Cecil College Athletics store is now open for a limited time. We are proud to partner with BSN sports to bring our students, family, friends, and supporters with fan gear for our upcoming seasons.
Sophomore women's volleyball player Emily Waldridge signed a National Letter of Intent to continue her academic and athletic career at Wesley College, located in Dover, Delaware. Waldridge plans to graduate from Cecil College this May and will continue her studies in Psychology.
Cecil College held its inaugural Athletics Hall of Fame induction ceremony on Saturday, March 30, with seven of the institution’s icons recognized. The Class of 2019 included pioneers who all had a hand in the creation, development, and growth of the Cecil athletic programs. The members of the inaugural class are Charles “Dick” Brockell (posthumously), William Lewit, Mary Maloney, Mary Etta Reedy, Dr. Thomas Topping, Shirley Weaver, and Thomas Wilhide.
Cecil College baseball's comeback attempt against MD JUCO and Region XX DII rival, the Riverhawks of Anne Arundel, fell one run short in nine innings on Tuesday. In their previous meeting with the Riverhawks, the Seahawks defeated them in eight innings by a score of 19-6, with sophomore pitcher Zachary Strong tossing a complete game.
Cecil College men's basketball finished third out of sixteen teams that qualified for the NJCAA DII National Tournament, hosted by Danville Area Community College, in Danville, Illinois. The Seahawks upset the #3, #11, and #4-seeded teams to finished their season with an overall record of 24-12.
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.
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.
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.
Support the Cecil College baseball and softball programs by entering for your chance to win a Sharp 65" Roku 4K television. Raffle tickets are being sold for $5 each and can be purchased online by clicking here or with cash from a participating student-athlete.
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.