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Sports News

May 16th, 2017
On May 11, 2017, the Sussex County Community College Foundation held its annual Scholarship Awards Reception in the Performing Arts Center.  This year, 21 student athletes (both current and incoming freshmen) were awarded a total of 25 of the available scholarships.  SCCC offers over 100 academic and leadership scholarship awards each year that range from $250 to $2,000.  Students must apply for their desired scholarship award, and meet the required criteria, before being chosen by the SCCC Foundation Scholarship Committee.  The following student athletes were awarded academic scholarships for the 2016-2017 academic year: Current Student Athletes: Euan Fraser - Men's Soccer ...[Read More]
May 15th, 2017
Sussex County Community College would like to congratulate Jared Quintero (East Stroudsburg, PA) for being named to the NJCAA All Region XIX 1st Team.  Jared was also named this year's MVP for the Sussex baseball program, and performed in multiple positions.  He started games as a right fielder, first baseman, and starting pitcher.  He finished the season with a .350 batting average, 9 doubles, 17 runs, 30 RBIs, and 2 home runs.     [Read More]
May 5th, 2017
Sussex County Community College is proud to announce that softball player Kelsey Conlon (Freshmen), a North Warren HS graduate, was selected to the 3rd team All Region XIX Softball Team of the National Junior College Athletic Association at the catcher position.  In addition, Kelsey O‘Connor (Sophomore), a Sparta HS graduate, was  selected to both the  3rd team All Region XIX and the 2nd team All Garden State Athletic Conference (GSAC) team at the shortstop position. Congratulations to our two Kelsey’s.  To see the complete teams go to www.njcaaregion19.com [Read More]
April 27th, 2017
What an atmosphere last night at Skylands Stadium under the lights as Sussex took on Orange CCC in our Annual Military Appreciation Baseball Game.  It all started as Nathan Stillings, SCCC Student and SCCC Ambassador sung the National Anthem followed by SCCC Veteran and Professor, Michael Hughes throwing out the first pitch.  There were numerous activities in between innings such as the dizzy bat race, t shirt toss, trivia questions (all with prizes), interviews with Home Town Heroes (veterans) and, of course, the traditional singing of  “Take Me Out To the Ball Game”.  The Stadium video board was lit up ...[Read More]