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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 Fall Short in Bid for NJCAA World Series

When the Archers took the field Tuesday, they did so one win away from becoming the first St. Louis Community College team to reach the National Junior College Athletic Association Division I World Series since moving to a districtwide athletic program. The Archers’ bid came up just short, as Delgado Community College (Louisiana) defeated the […]

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Archers earn a split in first day of South Central District play

After the first day of the South Central District playoff round, the Archers are 1-1 and are still alive in the chase for a berth in the Junior College World Series. The Archers opened Day 1 of the District round with a 9-1 loss to Delgado Community College, before defeating 10th-ranked Seminole State CC 3-2. […]

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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 Capture Region XVI Title

Completing an incredible late-season run, St. Louis Community College won the Region XVI Tournament Monday with a 3-1 victory over Metropolitan Community College-Maple Woods. The Archers plated three first-inning runs, and held on behind the pitching performances of Seth Mesey, who limited Maple Woods to a single run over six innings, and closer Donald Lovelady, […]

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Archers Advance to Regional Title Game

All year, Scott Goodrich believed his team was capable of becoming among the best in Region XVI. Today, he may get that validation. St. Louis Community College will play Metropolitan Community College-Maple Woods today in a winner-take-all Region XVI Tournament final after suffering a 7-4 loss to Maple Woods yesterday. The Archers gained a game […]

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Archers’ Regional Title Run Falls Short

Even though his Archers entered the Region XVI Tournament with a losing record and dropped their first-round game, Brad Wilson was confident. Wilson, who just completed his first year at the helm of the St. Louis Community College softball team, believed his team was not only battle-tested, but well-equipped to peak when the schedule demanded […]

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Archers Build Momentum Entering Region XVI Tourney

For the second consecutive year, the St. Louis Community College baseball team is concluding the regular season on a positive note. Second-year head coach Scott Goodrich watched his team put on one of its strongest two-day performances of the year just before the team begins postseason play. The Archers won three of four games from […]

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Wilson Confident of Softball Team’s Postseason Odds

For some, a 2-10 stretch at the conclusion of a regular season could serve as a signal of caution as the St. Louis Community College softball team nears postseason play. Archers head softball coach Brad Wilson, however, rejects that notion outright. “I don’t think there’s a team in there that’s any tougher than us in […]

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Archers Split Four-Game Series at North Central

Looking to continue a second-half surge that has moved the Archers to a season-best four games above .500, the Archers traveled to North Central Missouri College last weekend for a four-game series. Though they settled for a split, STLCC has either split or won each of its past nine doubleheaders. The Archers have not suffered […]

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