The Cayuga Community College men’s soccer team was recently named the 2017-2018 National Academic Team of the Year by the National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA), honoring the team for its success in the classroom.
The national recognition is awarded annually to 14 men’s and 13 women’s college programs who have the top GPA in their sport and a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0. The Cayuga men’s soccer team finished the season with a cumulative GPA of 3.38, edging the Northwest
Cayuga Community College has announced the hiring of Auburn native TJ Gamba as its head baseball coach. Gamba and the Spartan staff will immediately start recruiting for baseball, which will begin play officially in the Spring of 2019. The College recently announced a partnership with the City of Auburn for the use of Falcon Park that is the current home of the Auburn Doubledays minor league baseball team.
Gamba has a wealth of playing and coaching experience that will be very
Emily Klock (Jordan-Elbridge, NY) and Mauricio Kosegarten (Puebla, Mexico) have been named Spartan Athletes-of-the-Week for the week of September 25, 2017.
Klock, a freshman middle hitter on the women's volleyball team, recorded a total of 39 kills and 16 blocks during the team's two matches this week at Onondaga CC which included a regular-season, mid-week Mid-State Athletic Conference match on Wednesday, followed by the NJCAA Region III Pod also hosted by Onondaga. She has provided a solid presence at
The Spartans men’s soccer team did what few have done over the past two decades – go to Herkimer and defeat the perennial national powerhouse. Cayuga beat the undefeated and #2 nationally ranked Herkimer Generals 3-2 in a well-played NJCAA Region III game on Saturday.
The Spartans struck first in the early minutes on a goal by freshman Grant Stamp (Swansea, Wales). The Generals scored the equalizer to make it 1-1 before Cayuga’s Paul Coyle (Glasgow, Scotland)
Paul Coyle (Glasgow, Scotland) scored three goals in the team’s win over Mid-State Conference foe Finger Lakes CC. The sophomore team captain has been a major factor in helping control the Spartan midfield during the first half of the season and has rebounded nicely coming back from a knee injury suffered before the start of the 2016 campaign.
After taking the 2016-17 academic year off, returning sophomore Cheyenne Rivenburg (Little Falls, NY) has brought back stability in the
The Spartan men’s soccer continued their winning ways with a compelling 3-0 win against an undefeated Broome CC team who is ranked #2 team in Region III. Goals came from Mikel Abando (Bilbao, Spain), Alejandro Blazquez (Madrid, Spain), and Grant Stamp (Swansea, Wales). Blasquez also had two assists, and Stamp added one assist to his name. Goalkeeper Konrad Pawlowski (Humble, TX) made some key saves behind the strong Spartan defensive unit.
The Spartans move to
Cross-Country has returned to Cayuga after a 20-year hiatus, and newly appointed head coach Toni Giannettino is excited and honored to be working with both the men's and women's team this year. We are starting out the season with four men and three women, all incoming freshmen. We will welcome new runners to the team through the beginning part of the season as word spreads around campus that Cross Country is back. The team has been working hard at practice,
Cayuga Community College is pleased to announce the addition of men’s and women’s cross country to its intercollegiate program. The National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) approval is in place, therefore the Cayuga program will begin with the 2017 Fall semester.
Cayuga President Brian M. Durant stated, “We are very excited to be able to add this to our athletic programs and feel it will be a great opportunity for area high school graduates to attend Cayuga and continue their cross
Congratulations to Simon Fricano (Union Springs, NY), Ryan Killian (Scipio Center, NY) and Mike Killian (Scipio Center, NY) who each qualified for the NJCAA Region III Division III Golf Championships hosted by Tompkins-Cortland CC at the Robert Trent Jones Course at Cornell University. Only forty-two golfers qualified and the two-day event ends this afternoon with an opportunity to attend the NJCAA Championship hosted by Jamestown CC at Chautauqua CC. Best of luck to the Spartans!