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Fernandez Becomes First Base Coach for Two Innings

By Samantha Cheng May 8, 2019

Photo Courtesy of Samantha Cheng Bryan Fernandez (7) became first base coach for two innings during a game against Rowan College at Gloucester County on Tuesday, April 30.

Athletes Break Records

By Samantha Cheng May 8, 2019

Photos Courtesy of Samantha Cheng According to MCC_Colts on Twitter, Mike Russo (8) surpasses Joseph Cornacchia, who set the record in 1999, for the most stolen bases in a single season at The College. According to njcaa.org, Russo has 31 stolen bases as of May 4. This season, William Cobb sets The College’s triple jump record with 45 feet 9.25 inches.

Men’s Soccer Team Signs New Players for the Fall 2019 Season

By Samantha Cheng May 8, 2019

Photo Courtesy of Samantha Cheng The men’s soccer team signed six players for the Fall 2019 soccer season on Tuesday, April 23. Top: Athletic Director Derrick Johnson, Nick Hoffman, Marwan Sherif, Skylar Malone, Head Coach Zizo Sherif Bottom: John Chrqui, Abdo Abdelrahman, Anthony Ravelle

Members of the MCC Track and Field Team Qualify for Nationals

By quovadis May 8, 2019

Men’s William Cobb - long jump, triple jump Justin Jenkins - 110 hurdles Matthew Rodriguez - javelin throw Frank Stalteri - 800 meter relay Women’s Mahima Membally - 100 meter relay, 800 meter relay, 4x100 meter relay Keniya Orange - 100 meter relay, 4x100 meter relay Katy Pacheco - long jump, triple jump, pole vault, 4x100 meter relay Betsy Sanchez - 4x100 meter relay

MCC Track and Field Athletes Practice for Their Next Meet

By Samantha Cheng May 8, 2019

Photos Courtesy of Samantha Cheng Matthew Rodriguez the moment before he throws the javelin Justin Peace practices the high jump. William Cobb the moment before he lands in the pit Nijoe Zoker-Mercy practices the triple jump. Justin Jenkins jumps over a hurdle. Mahima Membally jogs on the track. Betsy Sanchez jogs around the track. Katy Pacheco practices the pole vault.

MCC Wins Against Bucks County 4-1

By Samantha Cheng May 8, 2019

Photos Courtesy of Samantha Cheng Mike Russo (8) bunts the ball. Chris Michael (27) gets on second base. Players give each other high fives after a successful inning. Dylan Schelmety (middle) pitches for 8.1 innings. Tyler Sharfetz (41) catches the ball.

Colts Shut Out Bergen 10-0

By Samantha Cheng May 8, 2019

Photos Courtesy of Samantha Cheng Samuel Abreu (12) sprints toward second base. Chris Michael (27) pitches for the entire game allowing two hits and zero earned runs. Chris Giordano (26) runs toward first base after dropping his bat. Josh Hernandez (30) faces off against the pitcher.

Meet the Athlete: Mike Russo

By Chris Place April 24, 2019

By Chris Place, Staff Writer Mike Russo is second baseman for the baseball team at The College. Russo has been playing baseball since he was 4 years old. Russo said because of his family’s history with the sport, he was destined to play. “I was born into the sport. Everyone in my family has played in their lifetime, even my mother,” he said. Russo looks to model his game after some of the best players in the MLB....

MCC Loses to Brookdale 14-4

By Samantha Cheng April 24, 2019

Photos Courtesy of Samantha Cheng Jonathan Torres (6) on the mound Bryan Fernandez (7) stands on second base. Tyler Sharfetz (left) talks with Assistant Coach Brian Weins (right) on first base. William Lonergan (32) pitched after Jonathan Torres. Head Coach Christopher Mooney (left) talks to Jonathan Torres (middle) and Tyler Sharfetz (right) on the mound. Nick Michael (2) reaches to catch the ball. Nick Clemente (21) looks for where to throw the ball. Chris Giordano (26) with...

Assistant Athletics Director Discusses Working for MCC

By quovadis April 24, 2019

Genesis Torres, Staff Writer Inspired by the love of sports medicine, Robert Edmonds, assistant director of athletics and athletic trainer, said he attended East Stroudsburg State College on a track scholarship. Edmonds said that his main priority as an athletic trainer is working with the athletes and getting them back out to do what they enjoy doing. It takes a lot of work ethic to become a personal trainer, Edmonds said. He said, “You have to do it...