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Men’s baseball hoping to improve on last year

Men’s baseball hoping to improve on last year

James Whitley, Co-Editor

January 18, 2017


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AACC’s Men’s Baseball has a new head coach for the upcoming season. After what the players described as a “disappointing” season last year, head coach Carl Brooks resigned, and Athletic Director Duane Herr hired a previous volunteer assistant coach, Chris Jenkins, for the baseball team. ...

Athletes make AD’s Honor Roll

Athletes make AD’s Honor Roll

James Whitley, Co-Editor

January 18, 2017


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Thirty-three student athletes earned spots on the Athletic Director’s Honor Roll on Jan. 4 for the fall sports season. The Athletic Director’s Honor Roll started in fall 2015. Inlcuding this year, 89 students made the AD honor roll. To qualify, athletes must play one of the 11 sports at AACC,...

AACC basketball player wins JUCO’s top award

AACC basketball player wins JUCO’s top award

Brad Dress, Co-Editor

January 18, 2017


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An AACC Men’s Basketball team co-captain won the Maryland Junior College Athletic Conference Student Athlete of the Month award for November. Maryland JUCO gave the award to Marcus Dentley, a second-year student, co-captain and foward for the Men’s Basketball team at AACC . “[Marcus] is one...

AACC set to host ’17, ’19 Lax tourneys

AACC set to host ’17, ’19 Lax tourneys

Megan Ladabouche, Reporter

January 18, 2017


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AACC will host the National Junior College Athletic Association Women’s Lacrosse national tournament in May. The NJCAA asked Athletic Director Duane Herr to host the 2017, 2018 and 2019 national tournaments. Herr said he declined the 2018 offer and accepted the invitation for 2017 and 2019. Herr...

Cross country wins 7th place

Megan Ladabouche, Sports Editor

November 30, 2016


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AACC Women’s Cross Country finished seventh at the National Junior College Athletic Association Division III national championship last month. Head coach Jim Griffiths said he is proud of the runners. “We went into the meet seventh in the country and we finished seventh place,” he noted. Co-capt...

B&A Trail attaches to AACC

B&A Trail attaches to AACC

Megan Ladabouche, Sports Editor

November 30, 2016


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The Maryland Department of Transportation in November funded a plan to connect the B&A Trail in Arnold to AACC. The state assigned $200,760 for the design of improvements to the B&A walking and hiking trial. The project eventually will connect the path to AACC and to the Broadneck Peninsula Trail....

Men’s basketball gets first win of the season

Men’s basketball gets first win of the season

James Whitley, Reporter

November 22, 2016


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AACC’s Men's Basketball won their first game against Camden County College. Anthony Frazier lead the team in scoring and assists with 21 points and four assists. Marcus Dentley lead the team in rebounds with eight. The Campus Current asked Head Coach Joe Snowden how it felt to get that fir...

AACC men’s soccer team concludes season

AACC men’s soccer team concludes season

Megan Ladabouche, Sports Editor

November 2, 2016


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AACC Men’s Soccer ended their 2016 season at the National Junior College Athletic Association Division III Region XX semi-finals against Prince George’s Community College Friday. The Owls defeated the Riverhawks 4-1 after the teams were tied at the half 1-1. “I felt good going into the...

Women’s volleyball season comes to close

Women’s volleyball season comes to close

Megan Ladabouche, Sports Editor

November 2, 2016


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To end their season, AACC Women’s Volleyball hosted and competed in the 2016 National Junior College Athletic Association DIII Region XX regional tournament Friday. Two Riverhawks, Nicolette Powell and Kathryn Hawes, led the team with top ranking for individual stats among the Maryland Junior College...

Athletes critique state of non-traditional track

Athletes critique state of non-traditional track

Megan Ladabouche & James Whitley, Sports Editor & Reporter

October 31, 2016


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AACC athletes said in October they want a traditional, all-weather track around the Siegert Field. AACC’s cross country, soccer and lacrosse athletes told Campus Current they would like the college to replace the mundane, concrete ring around the field with a modern, synthetic Tartan track, which...

AACC men’s basketball team ready for 2016-2017 season

AACC men’s basketball team ready for 2016-2017 season

James Whitley, Reporter

October 31, 2016


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The AACC Riverhawks Men’s Basketball head coach described last year’s losing season as a learning process. “I had a lot of freshmen; it was a big learning curve for them,” coach Joe Snowden told Campus Current in October. Last year’s team included two sophomores and eight freshmen. Snowden...

AACC women’s basketball team looks forward to new season

AACC women’s basketball team looks forward to new season

James Whitley, Reporter

October 31, 2016


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AACC Women’s Basketball head coach Lionel Makell said last year’s 5-19 season was a learning experience. “I thought we had a pretty good season for what we had,” Makell said. “We played Montgomery [College], who is normally the front runner in the conference. We had them up through three...

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