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Men’s Soccer

October 23rd, 2014
Eight student athletes were named to the All-Region XIX Team this week.  For men's soccer, Travis Eustace (Vernon) and Jamie Leddy (Australia) were named to the first team, while Kevin Knissel (Kittatinny) and Josh Gates (Australia) were named to the second team. For women's soccer, Alexandra Tczap (Kittatinny), Maria Andoldi (Warren Hills), Paige Penque (Wallkill Valley), and Anna Powell (Australia) all made the Region XIX 2nd Team. Both Travis Eustace and Jamie Leddy were voted into the top 5 players of Region XIX, as well as Eustace being named the Region XIX Division III Men's Soccer Player of the Year. [Read More]
October 15th, 2014
Travis Eustace (Vernon HS) scored 3 goals to help Sussex defeat rivals Brookdale Community College who made it to year's Region XIX Final Four.  All goals were assisted by Tommer Kavayero (London, England).  Josh Gates (Melbourne, Australia) had 4 saves. The result brings their record to 10-3, 8-1 in the region.  The Skylanders are currently ranked #8 in the nation.   [Read More]
October 6th, 2014
The men's soccer team are ranked number 9 in the nation for Division III soccer.  At 8-2, the Skylanders have toppled region opponents Ocean CC, Bergen CC, Cumberland, and the County College of Morris, among others.  The Skylanders' only loss in Region XIX for SCCC is to Camden CC, who was ranked number 6 in the nation at the time.  The SCCC men's team currently sit third in the Region XIX standings. [Read More]
October 6th, 2014
The Sussex County Community College men's soccer team is having one season to remember. This past week, the Skylanderslearned that they'd been ranked No. 9 in the National Junior College Athletic Association's Top 10 rankings at the Division III level. However, the Skylanders' success didn't happen overnight. In fact, it couldn't have happened if head coach Frank Vernacchio did not ask each one of the team's 21 players one question when they were being recruited by the school. “I asked them, ‘Why do they want to come here to Sussex County Community College?'” Vernacchio said during the ...[Read More]