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The STLCC women's basketball team finished fifth in last week's NJCAA Division II Tournament and also captured the B.J. Graber Sportsmanship Award.

STLCC Women Finish Fifth in NJCAA Tourney

The St. Louis Community College women’s basketball team concluded the 2016-17 season with a fifth-place finish at the National Junior College Athletic Association Division II Tournament last week in Harrison, Ark. The 11th-seeded Archers (26-9) defeated Essex County 73-52 on the tournament’s final day Saturday (March 25) in the consolation bracket. After a 3-1 showing […]

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STLCC Basketball Teams Seek National Titles

The St. Louis Community College women’s and men’s basketball teams begin their quest for a National Junior College Athletic Association championship this week. The STLCC women are seeded 11th in the Division II tournament that opens today in Harrison, Ark. The Archers drew sixth-seeded Guilford Tech Community College in round one action that begins at […]

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STLCC Basketball Teams Look to Earn Trips to NJCAA Tournaments

The St. Louis Community College men’s and women’s basketball teams will be shooting for district titles and a chance to advance to their respective national tournaments this Saturday. The women’s squad (22-8) will host Arkansas State Mid-South (15-12) in the District P championship game Saturday. Tipoff is slated for 2 p.m. at Forest Park. The winner advances […]

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Terry Collins Named Men’s Basketball Head Coach

Just weeks after learning that head men’s basketball coach Randy Reed was returning to the prep ranks, Terry Collins will assume the role at St. Louis Community College. Collins comes to the Archers with more than 30 years of coaching experience, including four different head coaching tenures. He began his head coaching tenure at Belleville […]

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Archers Begin Search for New Basketball Coach as Reed Returns to Prep Ranks

Randy Reed has had tremendous success coaching high school basketball, and he’ll return to that level next year, he announced Tuesday. After a two-year stint with St. Louis Community College, Reed will become the head basketball coach at Cardinal Ritter College Prep. Reed was 36-28 over his two years with the Archers, including a seventh-place […]

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Archers See Opportunity Slip Away; Fall in Regional Title Game

Unfortunately for Randy Reed and the St. Louis Community College men’s basketball team, the third time was not the charm against Metropolitan Community College- Penn Valley in the Region XVI championship game. The Archers, who had dropped their regular season finale to Penn Valley, and had an early-season loss to the Scouts wiped out due […]

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Archer Men Beat Wentworth; Advance to Region XVI Final

In what has been an up-again, down-again 2014-15 season for the St. Louis Community College men’s basketball team, the Archers are now just one win away from capturing the Region XVI championship. The Archers defeated Wentworth Military Academy 78-74 in the Region XVI semifinal on Thursday, thereby advancing to the regional title game against fourth-seeded […]

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Late Rally Falls Short; Men Lose to Penn Valley

With just over five minutes remaining in regulation Sunday, it appeared as if Randy Reed’s Archers were poised to parlay an up-and-down regular season into an improbable top seed in the Region XVI Tournament. It wasn’t to be, however, as Metropolitan Community College-Penn Valley responded after seeing what was at one point a 14-point lead […]

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STLCC Basketball Games Moved to Sunday

Due to the inclement weather expected in the area tonight and tomorrow, the St. Louis Community College men’s and women’s basketball games originally scheduled for Saturday, Feb. 21, have both been moved to Sunday, Feb. 22. Both squads will take on Metropolitan Community College-Penn Valley in the gymnasium at the Forest Park campus. The women’s […]

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Strong Start Isn’t Enough for Archers Men against Three Rivers

Archers head coach Randy Reed has maintained throughout the year that his team was poised to play its best basketball in the final weeks of the season. Though his team was unable to hold off a talented Three Rivers Community College team in a 78-62 loss on Wednesday, there was enough evidence to suggest Reed’s […]

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