Sports News

October 14th, 2016
The Sussex County Community College men’s and women’s soccer teams qualified for the NJCAA Region XIX postseason tournament this past week with wins over the County College of Morris and Essex County College. Boasting records of 10-4 for the men and 9-3 for the women, both teams are looking to secure home field advantage in the playoffs. This season, the men’s team are led by Tom Parry (Hereford, England) who has scored 22 goals, ranking him 1st in the nation for Division III players.  Averaging over one and a half goals per game, Parry has led the line for the Skylanders ...[Read More]
October 13th, 2016
The men's soccer team came out firing yesterday as they defeated Union CC 4-1.  Sussex jumped on top with a 2-0 halftime lead with Tom Parry scoring both goals.  Euan Frazer added a tally early in the second half and Angel Umanzor closed out the scoring in the final minute of play with a rocket to the back of the net.  The men upped their record to 9-4 on the season as they prepare for another critical conference/region game against rival CC Morris on Thursday 3:30 at Skylander Field.  The men will then close out their regular season on Saturday ...[Read More]
October 11th, 2016
The SCCC women’s soccer team continues to roll as they bested Bergen CC 7-1 yesterday on the Skylander Soccer Field.  Sussex took a 2-0 lead at halftime, but Bergen caused problems early in the second half forcing an own own goal to make it 2-1.  Sussex then exploded into life by scoring 5 straight goals.  Leading the way once again was Gabby Sarni (Kittatinny) with 4 goals scored, as she set the SCCC single season record.  Gabby has now scored 25 goals on the season through 11 games.   Congratulations Gabby!  The previous single season scoring record was set by Alyssa ...[Read More]
October 4th, 2016
Constant, a freshman goalkeeper provided two shutouts against Northampton Community College and Rowan College at Burlington County to help the Skylanders go 2-0 this past week. The Aix Les Bains, France native made six saves on the week and faced six shots. Constant has yet to allow a goal and has a record of 4-0-0 this season, and Sussex CC is currently 6-3. [Read More]