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June 30th, 2015
The National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) has announced the 2014-15 Academic All Americans.  Sussex County Community College had 5 student athletes recognized.  They are Carmine Caruso (men’s soccer), Finn Clifford (men’s soccer) , Josh Gates (men’s soccer), Paige Penque (women’s soccer) and Alexandra Tczap (women’s soccer).  Josh and Paige were recognized for Superior Academic Achievement (3.8 GPA or higher) and Carmine, Finn and Alexandra achieved Exemplary Academic Achievement (3.6 -3.79 GPA).  For a student athlete to be recognized as an Academic All American they must have earned at least 45 college credits at a 3.6 Grade Point Average.   In addition, ...[Read More]
March 19th, 2015
Sussex County Community College prides itself on being a military-friendly college. The staff works closely with veterans on a number of levels, assuring that they get the attention they need. In some cases, veterans need some extra assistance. And so, the SCCC Skylanders baseball team is hosting a special Military Appreciation Game on Tuesday April 7th at Skylands Stadium in Augusta, starting at 7 p.m. This event will be a fundraiser for the College's Student Veterans Emergency Relief program (SVER), The Skylanders will face the Colts of SUNY Orange County Community College in one of the first games at ...[Read More]
February 13th, 2015
Patrick McNamera from Sussex County Community College, has been named GSAC Player of the Week for the week of January 26.  Patrick, a graduate from Hopatcong HS, led the Skylanders to a 1-1 record by averaging 20 points  and 11 rebounds and 5 assists in the two games with a high of 26 points in a 77-71 loss to Middlesex CC.   In Sussex’s victory over Cumberland CC, Patrick led the Skylanders with 14 points, 13 rebounds and 9 assists. [Read More]
February 13th, 2015
Congratulations to the men’s basketball team on their exciting 79-75 victory over Bergen CC Tuesday night in the Skylander gym.  The Skylanders were led in scoring by Joe Lopes (Dover HS grad) 19 pts and Tyler Nichols (Wallkill Valley grad) 15 points.  In addition, Kodie Hilbert (Wallkill Valley grad) broke the career record for 3 point baskets made and now has 112 three pointers made in his career.  Kodie finished tonight’s game with 10 points.  The Skylanders next travel to Brookdale CC on Sat Feb 7 for a noon tip-off.  The Skylander’s final home game of the season will be ...[Read More]