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St. Catharine College

  • SCC taps talented pool of junior college players

     

    The St. Catharine College baseball staff has been busy trying to find players to fill the holes left by graduation from a squad that went 32-25 this spring. And that effort has already led to nine signees for the 2013 season for Luther Bramblett’s Bat Pats.

  • Patriot baseball welcomes new pitching coach

     

    Luther Bramblett, head coach of St. Catharine College baseball for 11 years, has spent the last four seasons trying to fill an important void – that of a pitching coach.

  • Vittitow named SCC cheerleading coach

     

    As a volunteer assistant for the last two years, Kesha Vittitow has become very familiar with the cheerleading program at St. Catharine College.

  • SCC player got a shot at the pros recently

     

    When Brandon Johnson received his bachelor’s degree from St. Catharine College in May, he became the first Patriot basketball player to complete four years at the school that was playing junior college athletics until 2008.

  • The new face of Patriot athletics

     

    There’s a new face on the campus of St. Catharine College, but it’s not of a new student, faculty or staff member; it’s the face of the new athletic logo designed for Patriots sports. The new Patriot logo comes after nearly two years of discussion, planning and designing.

  • Patriot Preview open house is Oct. 22


    St. Catharine College will hold a “Patriot Preview” open house starting at 9 a.m. Saturday, Oct. 22 for those interested in seeing what the school has to offer.

  • SCC women down Eagles in volleyball


    It wasn’t as easy as the first time the Patriots played Midway College, when they beat the Eagles in straight sets, but Adam Stevenson’s  
    Patriots still got the job done on the road Tuesday with a 3-1 victory.

    “It was ugly, but it is a win,” said Stevenson whose team improved to 19-4.
    The Patriots took the first set 25-21, and won the second 25-18. But Midway (4-12) edged the Patriots 25-23 in the third set,  before St. Catharine closed out the match with a 25-19 fourth set victory.

  • Patriot men fall to Hanover in second OT


    It took over just 104 minutes to decide the outcome of Tuesday’s soccer match between St. Catharine and the visiting Panthers from Hanover College. When the game was decided, it wasn’t to the benefit of Tim Wolz’s Patriots. Hanover (4-7) took advantage of a loose ball in front of the goal and converted with 5:53 to go in the second overtime for a 2-1 win.
     The setback left St. Catharine with a 1-6-1 record as they embark this Sunday for a game at West Virginia Tech. The next Mid-South Conference game is at home against Rio Grande on Oct. 11.

  • SCC women’s soccer splits in West Virginia


    The St. Catharine womens’ soccer team made the long trip through West Virginia to take on two teams in two days. After two hard-fought games, the Lady Patriots returned home with a win and a loss.

  • SCC Lady Pats split with Division II Bellarmine


    The Lady Pats opened their fall season at NCAA Div. II Bellarmine University, with a double-header on Saturday afternoon.

    SCC came out swinging to end the day with a split against the Lady Knights, falling 7-6 in game one and rebounding with a 5-2 win in game two.