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Archers Show Life Late in Key Regional Win over North Central

With the 1988-89 Meramec national finalist team on hand—a team renowned for its ability to come back in games, St. Louis Community College put together its own come-from-behind effort in an 85-82 win over North Central College. The Archers, who fell in an early 20-9 hole, claimed a significant regional win by outscoring North Central […]

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STLCC Rally Comes Up Short against Missouri State-West Plains

The ball simply wouldn’t fall. In a game that was less than a minute away from being the signature win of a tumultuous season, the Archers’ fate against Missouri State University-West Plains rested in a series of four free throws within the game’s final 30 seconds. The Archers missed three, and lost by the same […]

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Archers to Honor 1988-89 Meramec NJCAA Finalist Team

During halftime of Saturday’s game against North Central College, St. Louis Community College athletics will honor the 1988-89 Meramec men’s basketball team, which finished second nationally. That squad was the last STLCC basketball team to advance to the NJCAA Tournament championship game. Head coach Randy Albrecht and members of the national runners-up team will be in […]

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Archer Men Get Back on Track with Win over Wentworth

Even after his team had lost its third game in its last four contests, Archers head men’s basketball coach Randy Reed never wavered in his optimism. Though he had watched his team sputter multiple times in a season that has been anything but predictable, Reed emphasized following the team’s loss to Rend Lake last week […]

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Archers Return Home, Fall to Rend Lake

After dropping a pair of games on the road, the St. Louis Community College men’s basketball team returned home for the first of six consecutive games at the STLCC-Forest Park gymnasium. Rend Lake proved to be a rude guest, however, as they dominated at times in a 69-56 defeat of the Archers Wednesday (Jan. 28). […]

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Archers Rally to Edge Lincoln College

A struggling St. Louis Community College men’s basketball team landed what undeniably is its signature win of the season Thursday, as they rallied for a 70-69 victory over Lincoln College. For Randy Reed, quantifying the significance of a win that saw the Archers rally from a 13-point first-half deficit came rather easily. “It makes them […]

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Archers Fall to 7-8 after Loss to Lincoln Land

For a few fleeting moments at the conclusion of the first half of Monday’s contest against Lincoln Land, the Archers appeared poised for what could have been the team’s signature win of the 2014-15 season. Playing the Loggers for the second time this year, the Archers carried just a two-point deficit into the half, despite […]

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Archers Climb Back to .500 with Blowout Win over State Fair

If Randy Reed had any concerns about his team showing rust after nearly a month between games, the Archers’ head coach had them alleviated early during a 106-61 drubbing of State Fair Community College Saturday afternoon (Jan. 10). The blowout featured a barrage of 3-pointers, as the Archers connected on 13 of 33 attempts from […]

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Archers Stem Two-Game Skid, Beat Lewis and Clark

While they may have lacked the crisp nature of their last home win, Randy Reed and his Archers were relieved to take home a 76-72 win over Lewis and Clark Community College in the first game of the 2014 STLCC Shootout on Sunday. The Archers evened their record at 6-6, and stemmed a brief two-game losing […]

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Robinson Balances Heavy Load in Sophomore Season

To say Sean Robinson’s schedule is full would be putting the sophomore guard’s daily ritual a bit mildly. One of just two returners from last year’s men’s basketball team that finished eighth in the NJCAA Division II Tournament, Robinson has taken on an increased responsibility in his sophomore season, one that extends well beyond the […]

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