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10.12.2017 | Women's Soccer
Head Women's Soccer Coach, Kathleen DeLitta, earned her 50th win of her RCBC career

Head Women's Soccer Coach, Kathleen DeLitta, earned her 50th win of her RCBC career, on September 27 when the Barons defeated Mercer County Community College 2-0.  DeLitta started with the program in 2012 and is currently in her 6th season with the Barons.  The team picked up win number eight against Mercer to move their record to 8-2.  


9.20.2017 | Men's Basketball
Open Gym & Tryouts
PE Building Gymnasium on the Pemberton campus

Friday, 9/22/17, 5 - 7 pm
Sunday, 9/24/17, 12 - 2 pm
Tuesday, 9/26/17, 5 - 7pm
Thursday, 9/28/17, 5 - 7 pm

Sunday, 10/1/2017, 10 am - 2 pm

All interested students should see the Barons Department of Athletics by Thursday, September 28, 2017 to submit necessary paperwork. All students must submit a physical submitted on the College paperwork, as well as purchase the RCBC Student-Athlete Insurance for $25. Download the physical paperwork at Student-Athlete Eligibility Preseason Packet.


9.14.2017 | Men's Soccer
NJCAA Division I Men's Soccer Preseason Poll Released

Colorado Spring, CO - On Aug. 15, the NJCAA released its 2017 Preseason Poll for Division I Soccer. Atop the poll is the 2016 NJCAA Division I National Champion, Tyler Junior College (TX). Rowan College at Burlington County was one of the schools who received votes. The RCBC Barons are looking to climb that poll quickly by getting a good result versus #2 ranked, and 2016 NJCAA Division I National Finalist, Monroe College. The teams are set to face off on Monday, Sept. 4 on Monroe College's New Rochelle campus.

2017 Baron’s Men’s Soccer

Players to Watch

Sophomore transfer Dino Gromitsaris (Bordentown), freshman Ryan Hileman (Shawnee).

Dino will bring a high level of experience after redshirting his freshman year at Rider University.

Sophomore Captain Trenton Hall (Rancocas Valley), freshman Dylan Kazmierowicz (Rancocas Valley), freshman Arpen Singh(Germany), freshman Dory Yates (England), sophomore Adam Bijou (Bordentown), and freshman Mitchell Haddow (Scotland).

Trenton Hall looks to lead the team to another Region XIX championship and is playing alongside his old Rancocas Valley teammate Dylan Kazmierowicz.

Sophomore Luis Rivadeneira (Rancocas Valley), freshman Tyler Kazmierowicz (Rancocas Valley), freshman Raul Cebrian (Spain), freshman Mario Bravo (Spain), sophomore Justin McCarthy (Cherokee), sophomore Allan Loor (Burlington Township), freshman Mario Arroyo (Spain), freshman Guillermo Duque (Spain).

Luis Rivadeneira and Tyler Kazmierowicz are back alongside each other after their years at Rancocas Valley. Also, four freshman from Spain look to bring their own experiences to the team and hopefully help the Barons achieve back-to-back Region XIX titles.

Freshman Mario Asis (Spain) & freshman Mickey Rodriguez (Life Center).

Mario and Mickey both look to use their speed and quality finishing to help propel the team on offense.


9.14.2017 | Women's Soccer
Barons Women's Soccer Ready to Start 2017 Season

Pemberton, NJ - The Rowan College at Burlington County Women’s soccer team finished their second week of preseason with high expectations.  Early in the first week the team bonded over a team building session where one thing was clear, going as far as they can and playing together for as long as they can is the overall goal for the season.

Head Coach Kathleen DeLitta is very pleased with how well the team is bonding and their overall work ethic.  “There is great leadership coming from the return players, they know what needs to be accomplished in order to have a successful season.  It’s very evident in how prepared they were on the first day of preseason. Their focus and drive is contagious, all of the newcomers have fallen into place because the sophomores are determined to do their best and contribute to the team.”  

Freshmen goalkeepers Amanda Ianciello (Bishop Redding, Canada) and Samantha Andrews (Seneca) join the team this year.  “Both are very strong keepers and will contribute to the team’s solid defense. They are also very exciting to watch and understand their role in building the attack.”

Valya Forrest (King’s Christian Academy) and Lauren Tomei (Northern Burlington) return as sophomore defenders and will be assisted by Alexis Ashman (Maple Shade) and Allison Lyons (Seneca).  “Allison and Alexis are technical players who understand the importance of building from the back.  With Forrest, Tomei, Ashman and Lyons back there, our core defense is looking to be the strength of our team.”

The midfield is looking exciting with leadership and depth from returners Dominique Kelly (Cherokee) and Zoe Pozo-Garcia (Science Park).  Newcomers Tessa Carty (ACIT), Stephanie Tricocci (Rancocas Valley) and Amila Smajlovic (Delran) will help build up the attack and generate more goal scoring opportunities.  “Having options and threats in the midfield is a goal for the season and we certainly have the players who can make that happen.”

Returner Kenzee Hudson will get the opportunity to play up top this season as well as newcomers Cassie Kennedy (Delran), Katya Forrest (King’s Christian Academy) and Julia Monaco (Shawnee).  “Probably the most exciting thing about these attackers is that they play both sides of the ball and are willing to work to make things happen in the final third.”

The Lady Barons are heading towards their preseason scrimmages starting on August 19 at Georgian Court University with a home scrimmage on August 21 at 3:30 pm on the Pemberton Campus verses Bucks County College.


2.14.2017 | All Sports
RCBC Fall 2016 Dean's List

The RCBC Athletics Department would like to congratulate the following student-athletes for making the fall 2016 Dean's List. The Dean's List is official recognition by the college of outstanding academic achievement. The following student-athletes completed 12 college-level credits with no grade lower than a "C" in the fall semester, and who further achieved a semester grade point average of 3.50 or higher.

James Cicale - Baseball
Isaiah Hall - Baseball
Bryan Kaelin - Baseball
Brennen Seville - Baseball
Damian Archer - Men's Basketball
Aaran Benjamin - Men's Basketball
Alexandros Avraamides - Men's Soccer
Adam Bijou - Men's Soccer
Ismael Guerrero - Men's Soccer
Trenton Hall - Men's Soccer
Jack Hoey - Men's Soccer
John Findlay - Men's Soccer
Luis Rivadeneira - Men's Soccer
Steward Salazar - Men's Soccer
Claudia Cosenzo - Women's Basketball
Shayna Wiggins - Women's Soccer, Basketball, Softball
Dominique Kelly - Women's Soccer
Jessica Petty - Women's Soccer
Jessica Larson - Women's Soccer
Valentyna Forrest - Women's Soccer
Skylar Davis - Women's Soccer
Jenna Parliament - Women's Soccer
Caitlin Gross - Women's Soccer
Lauren Tomei - Women's Soccer
Kenzee Hudson - Women's Soccer
Savannah Bowen - Softball
Kaysi Gruner - Softball
Niarah Hodge - Softball
Amanda Martyn - Softball
Brittany Short - Softball


1.26.2017 | Soccer
RCBC Women's Soccer Freshman, Val Forrest, named to the NSCAA Junior College Division I Women's All-Northeast Region Team

Women's Soccer

For the sixth consecutive season, a Lady Baron has been named to the National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) Junior College Division I Women’s All-Northeast Region Team. Valentyna Forrest, a freshmen defender from Hainesport, has received the honor in addition to the National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) Region 19 Division I All-Region first team and the Garden State Athletic Conference (GSAC) Division I First Team. Val is a graduate of The King’s Christian School in Cherry Hill, New Jersey.


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