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  • 04/03/14

    After treading near .500 for the first two weeks of the regular season, the Archers have hit a bit of a snag over the past two, having dropped their past six games.

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  • 03/25/14

    Following a difficult stretch that included four losses in their first five games, St. Louis Community College’s softball team has gone on the offensive – both in the literal and figurative terms.

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  • 03/24/14

    In his first year as a collegiate head coach, Randy Reed took the Archers to the NJCAA Tournament, where they won a pair of games and placed eighth.

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  • 03/21/14

    Cortez Conners buried a 3-point shot with four second left to give the STLCC a 72-70 win over Potomac State in the consolation semifinals of the NJCAA Division II Basketball Tournament.

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  • 03/20/14

    STLCC staved off elimination in the National Junior College Athletic Association Division II Basketball Tournament with a convincing 92-79 win over Dean College today in the consolation bracket.

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  • 03/18/14

    Cold shooting and foul difficulty sent STLCC to a 75-64 loss to Des Moines Area Community College in the opening round of the NJCAA Division II Basketball Tournament today in Danville, Ill.

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  • 03/17/14

    The Archers shook off that late-season slump to earn the first NJCAA Tournament berth by an STLCC men’s team since moving to a districtwide athletics program in 2011.

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  • 03/17/14

    Scott Goodrich's baseball Archers were off to a 10-1 start before running into a very offensive Crowder College squad last weekend. [ more... ]
  • 03/11/14

    STLCC will face Des Moines Area Community College in the opening round of the 2014 NJCAA Division II Men's Basketball Championships, which tip off Tuesday, March 18, in Danville, Ill.

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  • 03/10/14

    Following a 91-77 win over Mid-South Community College on Saturday, the Archers captured the District XIII championship and qualified for the NJCAA Division II Tournament. [ more... ]
  • 03/04/14

    In a season that began rather auspiciously, Randy Reed guided the Archers through a rocky final three weeks of the regular season, and capped it with a Region XVI title in a 76-74 win over Penn Valley. [ more... ]
  • 03/04/14

    The Archers find themselves on the precipice of a third consecutive Region XVI title. They’ll play for that opportunity tonight, when they take on North Central at 7 p.m. in State Fair, Mo. [ more... ]
  • 02/28/14

    Scott Goodrich does not mince words when describing the significance of taking over as St. Louis Community College’s head baseball coach this spring.

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  • 02/25/14

    In pursuit of a third consecutive Region XVI title, the St. Louis Community College women’s basketball team will need to pull something of an upset if the Archers are to make a return trip to the NJCAA Tournament.

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  • 02/21/14

    Jessica Smugala will continue her collegiate soccer career in the fall just across the river after signing a letter of intent to attend McKendree University. [ more... ]
  • 02/16/14

    The Archers found the elixir to their late-season slump, in the form of a 90-83 road victory over North Central College on Feb. 15.

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  • 02/12/14

    The STLCC women's basketball team suffered a rare home loss as Wentworth rallied for a 63-57 win Feb. 8. The loss was also the first to a Region XVI opponent this year.

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  • 02/10/14

    Tim Mosby, assistant coach of the Marquette High School soccer team, has been named the head coach of the St. Louis Community College men’s soccer team.

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  • 02/06/14

    The third annual Cancer Awareness Basketball Game is slated for 1 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 8, at STLCC-Meramec. It also is Sophomore Appreciation Day for both women's and men's teams.

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  • 02/04/14

    Due to the changing weather conditions, the STLCC men’s and women’s basketball games against Three Rivers scheduled tonight (Feb. 4) have been cancelled.

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