The men’s basketball team hosted Cumberland County College on February 15. At halftime the Camden County College Athletic Hall of Fame was unveiled and revived. All sophomore winter sports athletes were honored and five high school seniors signed their National Letters of Intent to attend Camden County College to continue their academic and athletic careers. In addition, Team Walker AAU presented the College with a proclamation thanking us for use of the gym for practices, honored Bill Banks and Kay Byrd with plaques for their help and support and made a $1,500 donation to the Athletic Department.
The wrestling team finished the season with a record of 16-9 and won both the Garden State Athletic Conference Championship and the Region 19 Championship for the third year in a row. Eight of our wrestlers qualified for the NJCAA National Tournament in Iowa.
Our two, fifteen-passenger vans have been logoed and the new athletic website has been launched. Publications is working on a new athletic brochure that will feature our athletes.
The men’s basketball team finished the regular season with a 16-14 overall record and received the #7 seed in the NJCAA Region XIX Tournament. Unfortunately, the Cougars came up short in the quarterfinals against the Roadrunners and were knocked out of the tournament.
The women’s basketball team finished the regular season with a 21-7 overall record and received the #3 seed in the NJCAA Region XIX Tournament. The Lady Cougars had been ranked as high as #7 in the Nation during the regular season. The Lady Cougars lost a close game to Northampton Community College and just missed advancing to the Final Four.. The 2017-18 Lady Cougars Basketball Team had one of the highest roster numbers in recent years with ten eligible rostered players.