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Women’s Soccer

Alexandra Tczap
December 10th, 2014
The National Association for Girls and Women in Sport in conjunction with Sussex County Community College has selected Alexandra Tczap as SCCC’s Woman of the Year for 2014. Tczap, a graduate of Kittatinny High School, competed for the SCCC Women’s Soccer team for two seasons and was named team captain during her second season. This past season, Tczap was named to the 2014 NJCAA Division I Women’s Soccer All-GSAC First Team, as well as the 2014 NJCAA Division I Women’s Soccer All-Region Second Team. Currently, Alex is on pace to become a NJCAA Academic All-American and is a ...[Read More]
December 9th, 2014
Alexandra Tczap was awarded SCCC’s Woman of the Year for 2014.  Tczap, a graduate of Kittatinny High School, competed for the SCCC women’s soccer team for two seasons and was named team captain during her second season.  This past season, Tczap was named to the 2014 NJCAA Division I Women’s Soccer All-GSAC First Team, as well as the 2014 NJCAA Division I Women’s Soccer All-Region Second Team.  Currently, Alex is on pace to become a NJCAA Academic All-American as well. [Read More]
October 13th, 2014
The women's soccer team defeated Harcum College 1-0 on Saturday, October 11.  Down to 10 players, Sussex edged out a full strength Harcum side with a second half goal courtesy of Christina Butera (Sparta HS).   Harcum had the majority of possession, but could not find a way to break down a resolute defense led by Carly Slifka (Wallkill Valley HS) and Febey Pearce (Australia).  Goalkeeper Olivia Bunge (Australia) had 10 saves to help the Skylanders earn the victory. [Read More]
Midfielder Alexandra Tczap looks for passing options vs Burlington
October 13th, 2014
The women's soccer team showed their support for breast cancer awareness by hosting a Pink Game against Burlington County College on Saturday, October 4.  The Skylanders made pink uniforms, wore pink headbands, and added pink shoe laces to encourage breast cancer awareness.  Burlington came out the victors, however, with a deserving 4-0 result. [Read More]