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Playing two sports can benefit some athletes

Playing two sports can benefit some athletes

Noah Reem, Reporter

April 30, 2019

Caden Cote excelled at hockey and lacrosse as a kid and had dreams of pursuing a career in hockey like his father, former Washington Capitals defenseman Sylvain Cote. Cote had played since he was 6 and made both teams at Old Mill High School. Now a first-year business administration student, Cote...

Teams, adviser plan meetings

Teams, adviser plan meetings

Philip Van Slooten, Reporter

April 30, 2019

A new Student-Athlete Advisory Council helped clean up the Earl S. Scott nature trail in April as its first community service project since the group started in February. The council’s members are seven athletes from Baseball, Softball, Men’s and Women’s Basketball and Men’s and Women’s...

Riverhawks to host Nationals

Riverhawks to host Nationals

Arianna Beers, Sports Editor

April 30, 2019

The college will hold the NJCAA Division I Women’s Lacrosse National Tournament in Siegert Stadium on May 9 for the third time in 10 years. Last season, Women’s Lacrosse finished the regular season with a 13-5 record and made it to the Division I National Tournament at John L. DiMarco Field in...

Baseball, Softball look forward to playoff run

Baseball, Softball look forward to playoff run

Arianna Beers, Sports Editor

April 30, 2019

AACC Softball and Baseball players are preparing for the second half of their spring season. Riverhawks Baseball has an 11-29 overall record and a 6-17 conference record as of April 24. Still, head Baseball coach Chris Jenkins said he remains optimistic for playoffs. “We’ve had an up and down...

Campus Current player of the week: Calvin Williams

Campus Current player of the week: Calvin Williams

Philip Van Slooten, Reporter

April 29, 2019

An Esports team member is Campus Current player of the week for his success in the video game Overwatch. The game is set on future Earth and focuses on team-based shooting challenges. “I play Overwatch for the school,” said Calvin Williams, a graduating cyber security student who plays the...

Campus Current player of the week: Noah Rafsky

Campus Current player of the week: Noah Rafsky

Arianna Beers, Sports Editor

April 19, 2019

Noah Rafsky, a second-year cybersecurity student and centerfielder for AACC Baseball, hit three runs in the Riverhawks 9-8 victory over CCBC Catonsville last week. For this achievement, Rafsky is this week’s Campus Current player of the week. The Riverhawks, who have an overall record of 11-25...

Campus Current player of the week: Jordan Kopf

Campus Current player of the week: Jordan Kopf

Philip Van Slooten, Reporter

April 11, 2019

Jordan Kopf, men’s lacrosse player, scored seven goals last week; five against Howard Community College and two against Hartford Community College. For this achievement, Kopf is this week’s Campus Current’s player of the week. “I try to score as much as I can,” the second-year transfer...

Campus Current Player of the Week:

Campus Current Player of the Week:

Philip Van Slooten, Reporter

April 3, 2019

Alexis Heverly, first-year transfer studies student, scored three goals in two games last week while playing defense for the Riverhawks women’s lacrosse team. Heverly, who normally plays defense for AACC Women’s Lacrosse, scored three goals per game in both of the Riverhawks games last week against...

Past high school coach to lead Golf this spring

Past high school coach to lead Golf this spring

Luke Gabel, Reporter

April 1, 2019

The former leader of Chesapeake High School’s varsity golf team is AACC Golf’s new head coach. Kevin Lyons, who coached at Chesapeake for four years, replaced Joel Thorne, who left AACC  at the end of last year’s season after seven years. Five student golfers also left the team after it...

Women’s bball travels to national tournament

Women’s bball travels to national tournament

Chance Iheoma and Arianna Beers, Photo Co-Editor and Sports Editor

April 1, 2019

AACC Women’s Basketball came in last place in the Division III National Tournament in March, yet the coach said he couldn’t be prouder of the team. “They got an experience of a lifetime,” coach Lionel Makell said. “[We’re] one of eight teams in the country at our level.” With just six players...

Men’s Lacrosse player out due to car accident

Men’s Lacrosse player out due to car accident

Philip Van Slooten, Reporter

April 1, 2019

A Riverhawks Men’s Lacrosse defensive player is out for the season after a near-fatal car accident on March 8. Robert Gilman III, a second-year business administration student, his parents and brother were headed out for pizza when the accident occurred. Gilman, who was in the hospital for 12...

Student athlete excels on court, academically

Student athlete excels on court, academically

Alexandra Radovic, Editor-in-Chief

April 1, 2019

As a junior and senior at South River High School, Sarah Healy sat on the bench game after game as she watched her friends crowd the giant Seahawk logo, in center court, to fire shots at the basketball hoop. It wasn’t until she became a Riverhawk, Healy said, that she flourished on the court. “In...

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