By: STAFF WRITER
Sixteen new student-athletes were welcomed on CCC’s campus on April 14. All 16 high school seniors signed their national letter of intents to attend Cumberland County College in the fall and play for the women’s soccer program. Their names are listed below.
-Stephanie Alvarez, Vineland
-Danielle Coblentz, Salem HS
-Rhesa Anderson, Delsea
-Danni Cowgill, Clayton
-Julianna Marchese, Bridgeton
-Ashton Dawkins, Cumberland Regional
-Kelsie Platt, Clayton
-Nicole Gaboda, Buena
-Brianna Harper, Buena
-Melissa Adams, Buena
-Alexus Ekimoglou Salem County College
-Kewanee Chapman, Salem County College
-Brianna Slaughter. Salem County College
On April 16, Artaeja Loatman of our women’s basketball program signed her national letter of intent to continue her education and basketball career at Goldey Beacom. Congratulations to Loatman and the women’s basketball program.
On April 22, the athletic department thanked our campus community for their support by inviting them to a CCC employees appreciation event. Lunch was provided at our concession stand. In addition to lunch, the event provided a fun activity, “BOUNCY BOXING.” The Dukes hostedSalem County Community College that day in a doubleheader beginning at 2PM. Joe Hibbs threw out the ceremonial first pitch in honor of his years of service for community college athletics.
This past weekend the baseball team ran all over visiting Bergen County College winning game 1 14-0 and game 2 12-2. Winning the series with Bergen means a trip to the Region 19 final four! The final four is hosted at Brookdale Community College. Your #1 seed Cumberland Dukes will face #4 seed Brookdale Community College at 12:00 PM on Friday, May 9th, at Brookdale’s baseball field. Win or lose, we will play again at 3:00PM The 3:00 PM game will be played in Wall Township.