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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]
April 21st, 2017
[caption id="attachment_31987" align="alignright" width="244"] Jill Pullis signs with St. Peter's University[/caption] Sussex County Community College would like to congratulate Jill Pullis (Vernon High School) for officially signing with St. Peter's University (Jersey City, NJ) to play for their Women's Soccer team.  Pullis was a starter and captain for the SCCC Women's Soccer program, and currently holds the school record for assists in a single season as well as the career assist record.  Jill was ranked in the top 5 in the nation for NJCAA DI women's soccer players for assists this past season, is a NJCAA Region XIX champion, and has ...[Read More]
April 17th, 2017
Please Note: The game is rescheduled for Wednesday, April 26th at 7 pm, Skylands Stadium Sussex County Community College prides itself on being a military-friendly college. The College 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. The SCCC Skylanders Baseball team is hosting a special Military Appreciation Game on Tuesday, April 25 at Skylands Stadium in Augusta, starting at 7 p.m. The Skylanders will face the Colts of SUNY Orange County Community College. This event will be a fundraiser for the College’s Student Veterans Emergency Relief ...[Read More]
April 17th, 2017
The Sussex County Community College baseball team won against Rockland Community College 3-2 after 9 innings on Wednesday.  Anthony Carida (Hackettstown) continues his hot play this week, but on the bump for this game.  He threw 5 scoreless innings as he was able to get out of jams with big pitches. Anthony, a freshman transfer from Rutgers New Brunswick, pitched well for his second start of the season (his last coming in Florida) and came up big with getting us that win to inch closer to a .500 record. Offensively, it started in the 3rd inning with freshman Ben Armstrong (High ...[Read More]