CACC "My Hometown" Series: Jordan Stennett (West Orange, N.J.) "Growing up in West Orange was a great experience. The town is very diverse, and I was exposed to many different types of people and cultures throughout my life. I consider myself very lucky because throughout my time there I have met so many different role models who helped shape who I am today. All the coaches, teachers and parents in the town are dedicated to developing the neighborhood, and will take the time to get to know each individual and do what they can to help them succeed. One of the biggest influences I had was my English teacher senior year. Mr. Champagne was a very relaxed and chill guy who always made sure each of his students felt welcomed and accepted. He took his time to get to know us individually, and made me realize how important relationships and connections are between people. He motivated me to focus on how to properly interact and understand others, which is a huge life skill I am thankful for. The coaching staff was also amazing. I have two younger brothers who are playing under them and they are both enjoying their experience. The biggest reason I am who I am today is because of my mother. I am convinced she is the strongest, most caring woman on the planet. Growing up in a single-parent household, I realized how much she does for me and my brothers. She leaves for work every morning at 7 a.m. and gets back exhausted at 8 p.m. Despite her long work days, she comes home with a smile and enjoys the rest of the night with us as a family. Because she is gone for the most part of the day, it was my job to care for my brothers. I drove them to their activities, took them fishing, and went on day trips for fun. My mom and younger are my biggest motivation. Before every at-bat or play, I imagine them in the stands and my only job is to make them proud and do my best for them. It's amazing having such a loving family to go home to after each semester, and I can't wait to see them at a few games this year!" Full Story
Baseball Earns Third Consecutive ABCA Academic Team Excellence Award Over 60 percent of the student-athletes on the team, 20-of-32, earned Dean’s List Honors in 2017-18, including 11 earning the Honors in both semesters: Full Story
45 USciences Student-Athletes Receive D2 ADA Academic Achievement Award Notably, 27 of the 45 honorees received recognition last year, including TJ Dezzi, Michael Fox, Laura Trisch, Colleen Walsh, Sara Skoritowski and Evangelina Olivera all receiving it for a third time. Full Story
USciences Announces Hiring of Kyle Davis ESWM’13 as Head Baseball Coach Davis returns to his alma mater after spending the last four seasons at the helm of Valley Forge Military Academy & College, where he took over as the program’s first-ever head coach prior to its inaugural 2015 season. Full Story
CENTRAL ATLANTIC COLLEGIATE CONFERENCE PARTNERS WITH BLUE FRAME TECHNOLOGY TO CREATE ALL-NEW CACC NETWORK The following release is courtesy of the Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference (CACC) Full Story
CACC Releases Final Men’s Restaino Cup Standings for 2017-18 Season The University of the Sciences men end the year in 13th place with an average of 7.13 points. Full Story
Baseball Lands Four on CACC All-Academic Team Senior T.J. Dezzi closed out his career with the maximum third appearance on the All-Academic Team, while senior Tom Gallagher and junior Adam Reed both appeared for the second times in their career, and junior Nick Amicon made his first career appearance. Full Story
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Moss Earns First Career All-CACC Honor as Women’s Cross Country Records Third Top-Five in Four Years at CACC ChampionshipThe fifth place performance was USciences’ third top-five finish in the last four years in the field of 14. The Devils’ streak of finishing in the top-half of the Championship is now at 16 years.
Miletic Receives CACC Top XVI Award; USciences’ Third Straight in Women’s TennisThe Top XVI Award is presented to the student-athlete with the highest cumulative grade-point average participating at the finals site for each of the CACC championships. In order to be considered, the student-athlete must be at least a sophomore in academic and athletics standing as well as a member of the active roster.