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AACC student athletes take 2018 JUCO honors

AACC student athletes take 2018 JUCO honors

Reese Levin, Co-Editor

January 23, 2019


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AACC Athletics racked up the awards in the 2017-2018 school year, placing in double digits on both the All-Region and All-Conference teams. Former Women’s Lacrosse midfielder Sofia Michael received the Betty Jo Graber Award honoring her as the 2017-2018 NJCAA Female Student Athlete of the Year. Michael...

Lax star player will not return

Lax star player will not return

Alexandra Radovic, Co-Editor

January 23, 2019


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AACC’s only first-team All-American athlete will not return to Men’s Lacrosse this spring. Face-off player Nick Karnes, who earned All-American honors from the National Junior College Athletic Association last year, said he is unable to redeem his position this spring because he didn’t meet...

New academic adviser adds daily study halls

New academic adviser adds daily study halls

Noah Reem, Co-Editor

January 23, 2019


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AACC has created a position for an adviser who will work solely with student athletes. The adviser, Trey Anderson, a former Delaware State University and Coppin State student athletic adviser, became AACC’s first-ever student athlete success coordinator in October. “Personally, I wanted to...

Players aim for state playoffs

Players aim for state playoffs

Noah Reem, Co-Editor

January 23, 2019


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AACC Men’s and Women’s Basketball players are preparing for the second half of their 2018-2019 season. As of Campus Current’s press deadline on Jan. 17, Men’s Basketball sat at seven wins and eight losses so far in the season, while the women’s team had four wins and nine losses. “We...

Softball team looks for additional teammates

Softball team looks for additional teammates

Noah Reem, Co-Editor

January 23, 2019


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AACC Women’s Softball players and coaches are preparing for the start of the 2019 season with just nine players and what the coach calls “a really young team.” Head coach Guy Klingensmith said the team includes “a good group of freshmen.” Assistant coach Brittany Nunez added, “We could...

Men’s Lacrosse strives to improve this season

Men’s Lacrosse strives to improve this season

Reese Levin, Co-Editor

January 23, 2019


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After going 8-4 last spring, AACC Men’s Lacrosse is looking to improve this year despite losing 16 players from last year’s roster. Among the departures are face-off starter Nick Karnes, who won first-team All-American honors for his performance last season but lost eligibility because of low...

Athletics brings back Men’s X Country team

Athletics brings back Men’s X Country team

Reese Levin, Co-Editor

January 23, 2019


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AACC will bring back Men’s Cross Country starting in fall 2019 after a decades-long hiatus. Keith Bigelow, the coordinator of athletics, will coach the team. “It’s been something that we have kicked around as a department for a long time,” Bigelow said. Bigelow said he hopes to recruit...

College brings back old coach

College brings back old coach

Reese Levin, Co-Editor

January 23, 2019


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After a 13-5 record last season, AACC Women’s Lacrosse will have to replace a majority of last season’s roster. In his 19th and final season, head coach Jim Griffiths said he hopes to have a full roster by the first practice on Jan. 24. Griffiths, who also coaches cross country at the college,...

Baseball prepares for opening day on Feb. 16

Baseball prepares for opening day on Feb. 16

Noah Reem, Co-Editor

January 23, 2019


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AACC Men’s Baseball players and head coach expressed their high hopes for the upcoming season. The Riverhawks’ first two games are at home against Suffolk Community College on Feb. 16. “I’m really looking forward to the season,” said business administration student and second-year pitcher...

AACC Men’s lax to study harder

AACC Men’s lax to study harder

Brady Reilly, Sports Co-Editor

December 4, 2018


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The Men’s Lacrosse coach is requiring players to spend up to four hours a week in a study hall this semester. “The decision was mine,” Men’s Lacrosse coach Joe Stanilaus said. “We needed something to help us improve our GPA from last year.” Study halls run from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. on Monday...

Gamers: Video games=sports

Gamers: Video games=sports

Tommy Parker, Sports Co-Editor

December 4, 2018


Filed under Club News, Sports

Members of AACC’s eSports Club said in November they  consider themselves as athletes playing a sport. “No one’s going to argue that normal sports take more physical activity,” said eSports Club coach Conway Johnson. “But I’m not convinced sports are 100 percent about physical ability.” AACC...

‘Last Chance’ celebrity speaks to Riverhawks

‘Last Chance’ celebrity speaks to Riverhawks

Alexandra Radovic and Tommy Parker

December 4, 2018


Filed under Feature, Front Page, News, Showcase, Sports

“Last Chance U” star Brittany Wagner gripped a pencil in her left hand and a microphone in her right as she spoke to AACC faculty and students in Jenkins Gymnasium on Nov. 27. “An opportunity is like a pencil,” Wagner said. “There is no value in it until you put forth effort.” This is ...

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