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March 23rd, 2017
Sussex County Community College held its annual Breakfast of Champions this past Wednesday to honor student athletes who have a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher.  This year, over 40 student athletes were recognized at the ceremony, and each athlete invited a faculty or staff member who has had a positive impact on their academic success.  The student athlete representatives this year were Brielle Hilbert from women's basketball and Ben Armstrong from men's soccer and baseball (pictured above). [caption id="attachment_31480" align="aligncenter" width="300"] Brielle Hilbert (women's basketball) and Ben Armstrong (men's soccer and baseball) announce the names of the Breakfast of Champions ...[Read More]
March 22nd, 2017
SCCC is proud to announce that 2 baseball players, Jared Quintero and Jake Knoll, are being recognized as Player and Pitcher of Week.  Details can also be found on the Region 19 website at www.njcaaregion19.com Sophomore, Jared Quintero, was named D2 Region 19 GSAC Player of the Week yesterday. Jared went 12-24 11rbis and 4doubles in 7 games last week! Freshman, Jake Knoll, was also named D2 Region 19 GSAC Pitcher of the Week as he went 2-0 pitching 2 complete games (14innings) striking out 10 and only allowing 2 earned runs for both games. [Read More]
March 20th, 2017
Poppy Bignell (Northampton, England) of the SCCC women's soccer program has signed a National  Letter of Intent to join Goldey-Beacom College next fall.  Poppy was a two season starter at Sussex, playing left back and scoring 5 goals while providing 7 assists during her time as a Skylander.  Bignell was named as team captain for her sophomore year, and Sussex congratulates Poppy for her achievements and for taking the next step in her collegiate soccer career. [caption id="attachment_31444" align="alignnone" width="300"] Poppy Bignell signs her LOI with Sussex Assistant Coach Mike Rath (left) and Head Coach Frank Vernacchio (right)[/caption] [Read More]
March 20th, 2017
The SCCC baseball team won both games against Atlantic Cape on Sunday. In game 1, the Skylanders rolled to a 16-2 win with 18 hits, 14 RBI's, and 7 walks. Freshman pitcher, Trevor Risdon (High Point) started the game on the bump and went 6 strong innings, not allowing an earned run to get his first college victory! In game 2 Sussex won 6-2, with more of a pitching battle early on as Jake Knoll (Colorado) ended up throwing a complete game for the second time this week to pick up his 3rd win of the season. Jared Quintero (Paterson) and ...[Read More]