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  • BCC’s Tyree Graham signs with Rutgers

     Head men’s basketball coach Mike Rice announced June 3 that rising junior guard Tyree Graham, of Durham, has signed a scholarship agreement to attend Rutgers University and compete for the Scarlet Knights.

    A First Team All-Region 10 selection at Brunswick Community College this past season and a former North Carolina High School First Team All-State choice, Graham played his freshman season (2008-09) in the Big 12 Conference at Texas Tech University.

  • BCC baseball season ends in regional

     The Brunswick Community College baseball season ended Sunday after a 7-4 loss to Southeastern Community College in an NJCAA Division II regional in Martinsville, Va. The tourney is a qualifier to the NJCAA World Series.

    BCC, seeded No. 2, opened the tourney Friday by routing College of Albemarle 14-0 in five innings. Brock Holmes was the winning pitcher, giving up two hits. He walked one and struck out three.

  • BCC hires new volleyball coach

     Melissa Everitt, a former junior college volleyball player with local and national connections, is the new volleyball coach at Brunswick Community College.

    She takes over from Stephanie McMullan, who coached the team the first two seasons of its existence.

     “I went to a community college, so I know all about what a community college stands for,” Everitt said. “So it’s really neat for me to be here.”

    Everitt attended a community college in North Platte, Neb.

  • BCC plays first round of NCJAA tourney Friday

    The Brunswick Community College baseball team opens the NJCAA Division II Southeast Region Tournament at 1 p.m. Friday against the College of Albemarle.
    The eight-team, double-elimination tournament takes place at Hooker Field in Martinsville, Va. The winner qualifies for the World Series the following weekend.

  • West’s Suttlemyre signs with BCC

     

     

     

    West Brunswick senior Sheena Suttlemyre signed a letter of intent April 28 to play basketball at Brunswick Community College.

    Suttlemyre is a three-sport athlete, but basketball has always been her favorite sport.

    “I’ve been playing it since I was 8 or 9,” she said.

    This season, she averaged averaged a team-high 11.2 points a game as a guard/forward and made All-Waccamaw Conference. She scored 258 of the West’s 1,140 points. She hit 22 of West’s 39 3-pointers.

  • BCC sweeps SCC; on verge of first conference title

     Jay Cannon hit two home runs, Ryne Poplin hit his first home run this season—a game-ending three-run home run—and Ben Morris hit a grand slam as the Brunswick Community College baseball team swept Southeastern Community College 11-2 and 13-4 April 38 at West Brunswick High School.

    The victories cut BCC’s magic number to two for winning its first conference title.

    BCC, 19-2 in the conference, has four games left in the regular season. It plays a three-game series this weekend at second-place Lenoir Community College. BCC is 33-11 overall.

  • BCC takes two from No. 6 Patrick Henry CC

     The Brunswick Community College baseball team moved closer to winning its first conference championship by beating No. 6-ranked Patrick Henry Community College 8-1 and 6-2 Saturday at West Brunswick High School.

    BCC improved its league-leading conference record to 17-2. PHCC, which entered games in second place, dropped to 15-6.

    BCC has seven conference games left. The qualifier for the NJCAA Division II World Series is May 14-18 at PHCC in Martinsville, Va.

  • Cremins speaks at BCC Foundation breakfast

    Mike Capaccio, the director of development at Brunswick Community College, considered politicians, celebrities and sports figures to speak at the annual Community Breakfast put on by the BCC Foundation. Two years ago, the name Bobby Cremins kept coming up in conversation. Capaccio finally reached Cremins, a successful college basketball coach, after two years of communication and persistence. Cremins agreed to be the special guest speaker April 13 at the Dinah E. Gore Fitness & Aquatics Center.

  • BCC sets team record for victories

    The Brunswick Community College baseball team set a team record for victories in a season by beating Wake Tech in a doubleheader Saturday at West Brunswick High School.

    BCC won 8-1 and 5-0. After a 10-2 victory Sunday, BCC is 29-11 for year, 15-2 in the conference.

    In the first game, starter Brock Holmes gave up seven hit and one run in seven innings. He walked two and struck out five. Holmes also set a team record for victories in a season by a BCC pitcher, seven.

  • BCC baseball team in first place

    The Brunswick Community College baseball team has completed the most successful and noteworthy week in the history of the three-year program.
    The team may match the historic season of the basketball team, which qualified for the national tourney for the first time (see video).
    On March 31, the Dolphins, an NJCCA Division II team that does not offer scholarships, beat Pitt Community College, an NJCCA Division I team that entered the game ranked No. 2 in the nation.