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4.12.2016 | Basketball
Barons Men's Basketball Tryouts
Rowan College at Burlington County will be holding Men's Basketball Tryouts on Saturday, April 16 from 12 pm - 2 pm in the RCBC Gymnasium located in the PE Building on the Pemberton campus.
All players who wish to attend the tryout must fill out an inherent risk of injury from and the Barons tryout/audition form that must be completed by the student's high school athletic director. To download the forms, click here. All forms are due to RCBC's Athletic Director, Heather Conger, no later than Friday, April 15 via email to email@example.com or fax at 609-894-4973.
Please contact Coach Crump at 609-894-9311, ext.1516 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions you have about the Barons Men's Basketball program.
4.1.2016 | Basketball
Rowan College at Burlington County basketball players pick up postseason awards
Pemberton, New Jersey—Two Rowan College at Burlington County basketball players – Aaliyah Saud-Lewis for the women’s team and Niejel Young for the men’s – picked up postseason awards in All-Region XIX and All-Garden State Athletic Conference (GSAC).
Lady Baron Saud-Lewis, a guard and Willingboro resident, was named to the 2015-2016 Division II Women’s Basketball All-Region XIX Second Team and Division II Women’s Basketball All-GSAC First Team. She averaged 18.9 points per game and finished 22nd in the nation.
The Lady Barons basketball team finished as the Conference Runners-Up with an overall record of 11-2, a Region XIX record of 8-8 and a GSAC record of 2-2.
Another guard from the men’s basketball team, Niejel Young, of Gahanna, Ohio, was named to the 2015-2016 Division II Men’s Basketball All-GSAC First Team.
The men’s team finished with an overall record of 6-20, a Region XIX record of 4-11, a GSAC record of 3-4, and captured the top title in the Roadrunner Classic in December, defeating Rowan College at Gloucester County.
3.22.2016 | Softball
Lady Barons softball team go 1-1
Clermont, Florida – On Sunday, March 20, 2016, the Rowan College at Burlington County Barons softball team went 1-1. Both games showed the teamwork and can-do spirit of the Barons softball team. The Barons won the game opener against Ancilla College in Indiana 1-0. The game against Highland Community College in Illinois was a loss with a score of 8-5.
The first game was the second match-up against Ancilla College. The game started off with a combined defensive effort with the infield players leading the way. Amber Steen, of New Egypt, led the Barons with six put outs. The offense of the Barons was held to one score. However, the hitting and base running speed proved to be the key to the Barons winning game.
The second game against Highland Community College saw the Barons score the first points of the game. The game see-sawed back and forth for both teams with defensive stops through the early inning. Highland was able to achieve a surge in scoring against the Barons and was able the take the lead. The Barons, with a no-quit attitude, was led by Mellissa Collins, of Egg Harbor Township, who had a home-run for her teammates and an RBI to bring in another score. The Barons then loaded the bases twice with two outs with no results. The Barons ran out of steam for the game ending in a loss of 8-5.
3.22.2016 | Softball
Lady Barons win first game of the 2016 softball season
Clermont, Florida – The Rowan College at Burlington County Barons went 1-1 on their first two games of the season. Both games proved to be exciting as the game opener occurred with the Barons prevailing with a score of 3-2 against the JV team of St. Thomas University–Minnesota. The second game ended with a loss of 9-3 against Ancilla College in Indiana.
The first game started off with a pitching duel between both teams as Baron pitcher Freshmen Nichole Nixon, of Burlington Township, had a no score and no hitter for two of the first three innings. The Barons were able to score first with the hit single by Yasmin Vasquez, of Riverside, followed be the RBI by Mellissa Collins, of Egg Harbor Township. The defensive stance of the Barons lead by captain short stop Gabriella Pfeiffer, of Mount Holly, held off the surge by the JV team of St. Thomas University to give the Barons their first win of the season.
Game two had a different result, but also had a great deal of excitement as freshmen Amanda Martin, of Egg Harbor Township, worked very hard to battle the aggressive Ancilla College. Hits by Pfeiffer and Maureen Cascio, of Delran, proved not enough for this game. A defensive highlight of the game occurred as center fielder Vasquez excited the fans with a double play. Vasquez caught the ball very deep at the center field fence and threw the assisted double play toward the awaiting glove of first basemen Leila Artis, of Edgewater Park. Although the Barons ended the day with a loss, they proved resilient in their ability work together as a team.
Tomorrow the Barons will face a rematch of the first game with Ancilla College. Their second game will be against nationally-ranked Highland Community College in Illinois.
2.18.2016 | Soccer
Lady Baron Soccer Player Amber Steen Receives a Woman of the Year Award
Rowan College at Burlington County Lady Baron Amber Steen earned distinction as a “Woman of the Year” by the N.J. Association of Intercollegiate Athletics for Women at the 24th annual N.J. National Girls and Women in Sports Day awards luncheon held Feb. 7 at Seton Hall University.
“Women of the Year” awards are based upon athletic excellence, academic success and community service.
Steen, of New Egypt, is a two-year starter and goalkeeper on the Rowan College at Burlington County women’s soccer team. During her tenure at RCBC, the Barons accumulated a 21-11 record, going 9-6 overall and 5-0 in the Region in her sophomore season. In 2014 and 2015, the Barons won the Garden State Athletic Conference, and in 2014 were Region XIX Division I Women’s Soccer Runner-Ups.
The 30th anniversary of National Girls and Women in Sport Day was officially recognized on February 3. The day celebrates the athletic achievements of women and the positive well-being associated with sports participation while also recognizing the continuing struggle for equality for women in sports.
Pictured: (left to right) Rowan College at Burlington County's Women's Soccer Head Coach Kathe DeLitta with RCBC soccer player and "Woman of the Year" Amber Steen at the N.J. National Girls and Women in Sports Day awards luncheon.
2.5.2016 | Soccer
Rowan College at Burlington County Baron signs to play Division I soccer at Oral Roberts University
Pemberton, New Jersey—On Wednesday, Feb. 3, Rowan College at Burlington County soccer player Orlando Neto, of Cliffside Park, signed a letter of intent to play Division I soccer at Oral Robers University in Tulsa, Oklahoma.
"In his two years at RCBC, Orlando served as one of the team captains. He was a leader on and off the field,” said RCBC men's soccer head coach Craig Dewar. "We are always proud when a Baron goes on to play NCAA Division 1 at a four-year school. We are especially proud of Orlando, his athletic and academic achievements at RCBC. We are looking forward to seeing what he accomplishes at Oral Roberts."
Neto, who maintains a 3.65 GPA, scored 23 goals and 27 assists and played in 28 games the last two seasons at RCBC. During his time playing with the Barons, he was named to First Team All-East, First Team All-Region XIX twice, and First Team All-Garden State Athletic Conference twice.
“I chose to attend RCBC so that I could be a part of a strong soccer team and receive a great education. To receive this type of offer is a dream come true,” Neto said. “I would like to thank my coaches, teammates and athletics staff for supporting me in my two years at RCBC.”
Orlando will play Division I soccer for Oral Roberts University head coach Ryan Bush and assistant coach Chris Taylor this fall.
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