Cecil College women's volleyball and women's basketball will be hosting various open gym dates throughout the summer months. These dates are open to all students currently enrolled at Cecil College or students that plan to attend Cecil College this coming fall semester. All dates will take place in the Physical Education Complex on the North East Campus of Cecil College and will take place from 6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.
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.
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 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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Head coach of the women's basketball program, Dayra Diamond, and head coach of the softball program, Russ Morgan, have announced an open tryout date for any full-time Cecil College student interested in participating in either program.
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.
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.
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
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' 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.
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.
Cecil College women's basketball team suffered a close loss to the Thunderbirds of Mesa Community College in the first round of the NJCAA DII Women's Basketball Championship. The Seahawks overcame an 18-point first round defecit to eventually tie the game, but could not hold on as time expired.
As the #1 seed heading into the tournament, Cecil College women's baskteball collected two wins over Hagerstown and Chesapeake to win the 2018 NJCAA Region XX DII title and receives and automatic bid to the National Tournament.