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11.6.2019 | Soccer
RCBC soccer players earn recognition on 2019 All-Region XIX and All-GSAC Teams

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The results are in. The Region XIX Soccer and Garden State Athletic Conference Soccer Committees announced their 2019 All-Region and All-Conference Teams. Through their hard work and dedication, seven Rowan College at Burlington County players earned their spots on the list. 

RCBC Women’s Soccer players Deanna D’Imperio (Forward) and Rachel Irish (Goalkeeper) earned All-Region and All-GSAC First Team honors, while Mackenzie Santucci (Midfielder) captured both All-Region and All-GSAC Second Team honors.  Devaney Benson (Defender), also earned All-Region Second Team.  

As for Men’s Soccer, RCBC’s forward Daniel Tejada was named All-Region and All-GSAC First Team.  Midfielder Kelvin Ortiz earned All-Region First Team honors, while Midfielder Gabriel Martins scored All-Region Second Team and All-GSAC First Team honors. 

The Barons men and women both finished #4 in the Region, falling in the Region XIX Semifinal to the eventual 2019 Region XIX Division I Champion.  The men finished with an overall record of 10-8, while the Lady Barons were 5-9-1.

5.20.2019 | Golf
RCBC Golfers Qualify for NJCAA Division III Golf National Championship 

Lady Barons captured Region XIX Division II honors

Barons golfers, Cameron Mendoza (Mt. Holly), Noah Barch (Cherry Hill) and Peter Logan (Lumberton) participated in the two-day Region XIX Golf Tournament on May 6 and 7 at Galloping Hills Golf Course in Kenilworth, NJ. Golfers from 12 of the Region XIX schools participated. 

Mendoza and Barch finished the tournament 6th and 7th, accordingly, in the field of 41 golfers. Mendoza shot 73 on Day 1 and an 85 on Day 2. Barch shot an 80 on both days. Both golfers were named to the Region XIX All Region Second Team and qualified for the 2019 NJCAA Division III Golf National Championship hosted by Chautauqua Golf Course (Chautauqua, NY). 

The national tournament is a four-day event starting June 4. The tournament opens up with a banquet on the evening of June 3. Please visit for more information on the tournament. 

5.8.2019 | Softball
Lady Barons captured Region XIX Division II honors

Lady Barons captured Region XIX Division II honors

Rowan College at Burlington County’s softball players captured postseason Region XIX Division II honors.

Lady Barons Gabrielle O'Byrne, of Moorestown, and Brenna McNair, of Cinnaminson, were named to the 2019 Division II First Team All Region XIX. They were joined by pitcher Madison Petroski, from Sicklerville, whose 44 stolen bases ranked sixth in the nation. Alyssa Cocco, of Lumberton, took Division II All-Region XIX Second Team honors.

The Lady Barons ended their season with an 9-24 overall record.

5.8.2019 | Baseball
Barons Athletics baseball team will advance to the final four of the Region XIX Division III baseball tournament

Barons Athletics baseball team will advance to the final four of the Region XIX Division III baseball tournament

On Saturday, May 4, #4 seeded RCBC hosted #5, Delaware Technical Community College, in the First Round of the Region XIX Division II baseball tournament. RCBC won the 3-game series, with final scores of 11-1 (5 innings) and 7-2 over the Phantoms.

RCBC will advance to the final four of the Region XIX Division III baseball tournament hosted by Mercer County Community College. They will face #1 seed, County College of Morris, at 10:30 AM on Friday, May 10, at Mercer County Park. Game 2 will occur at 1:00 PM, with opponent and location based on results from the first set of games. The tournament is a double elimination and is set to extend until Sunday, May 12, if needed.

RCBC's baseball program finished their regular season with an 18-13-1 record. The series against Delaware Technical Community College served as the last home games the Barons will play on the Pemberton campus, as the department looks to transition to the Mount Laurel campus after the conclusion of this academic year.

5.3.2019 | Golf
Cameron Mendoza named to the 2019 All Garden State Athletic Conference XIX Golf Team

Cameron Mendoza named to the 2019 All Garden State Athletic Conference XIX Golf Team

Congratulations to Cameron Mendoza, who was named to the 2019 All Garden State Athletic Conference XIX Golf Team. Mendoza's honor comes after he shot 81 and finished 5th in this year's GSAC Tournament on May 1. The tournament was hosted by Union County College and took place at High Bridge Hills Golf Club (High Bridge, NJ). 

The GSAC Tournament also served as the Qualifier Round for this year's Region XIX Tournament. Mendoza and his teammates, Noah Barch and Logan Peter, will play two rounds of golf: one on May 6 and one on May 7, at Galloping Hill Golf Course in Kenilworth, NJ. They will look to place in the Region XIX Division III Golf Tournament with a chance to advance to this year's NJCAA Divison III Men's Golf National Championship in Chautauqua, NY.    

12.5.2018 | Basketball
Lady Barons celebrate their sophomore student athletes

women's basketball sophomore student athletes

The Lady Barons celebrated their sophomore student athletes and staff with recognition before their basketball game against Manor College on February 12.  

Brianna Robinson, a Burlington Township High School graduate who has been with the team for 2 years as a player, and one as a manager was recognized. Brianna is dependable and is the team’s first 3+1 candidate, she will continue her studies at Rowan University in the fall for her senior year.

Jayda Campbell is the shooting guard who is currently the only out of state player. A graduate of Harry S. Truman High School in Pennsylvania, Jayda made the All-Academic Region team as a freshman. She is a dedicated player who works hard on both sides of the ball.

Avion “Bebe” Flunder is the point guard. A graduate from Trenton Catholic Academy, Bebe has done an excellent job leading the team. She runs the offense and is one of the best defenders.

Ayanna “Yanni” Lewis-Grant is a graduate of Westampton Technical High School. She is a team captain and made first team All-Region and All Garden State Athletic Conference as a freshman. She was also a DII Player of the week this season.

Nicole Lincifort is a Willingboro High School graduate. She has a quiet presence until she steps on the basketball court. She is a great offensive rebounder and defender, and knows how to find the open player.

Tamecia “Tia” Ransom is a Burlington Township High School graduate and East Stroudsburg University transfer. She is a 2-year team captain who holds down the post. Tia is a hard worker and averages a double-double. 

Each Lady Baron has worked hard to demonstrate a high level of academic and athletic performance and are all on track to graduate with their associates degrees. They are truly student-athletes who represent Rowan College at Burlington County’s Athletic Department and women’s basketball program with pride.


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