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U-E's Mattarell Signs

Victoria Mattarell signs her letter of intent to play at TC3

The latest addition to the TC3 Panthers women's basketball recruiting class is Victoria Mattarell. The 5-9 point guard out of Union-Endicott High has signed her NJCAA National Letter of Intent and plans to join the Panthers this fall.  

"Victoria is a good ball handler who has the ability to be someone we can rely on to direct the offense," said TC3 Coach Dave Stevenson. "She is a good shooter with range, and she plays defense with the intensity and heart that we like to see. To put it simply, she's someone who knows how to play the game and I'm thrilled she has joined our recruiting class."

Kerr Signs with TC3

Delaney Kerr signs her letter of intent to play at TC3

NAC West Division All Star Delaney Kerr of Herman-DeKalb High School has joined the TC3 Panthers women's basketball recruiting class. The former Demon signed her NJCAA National Letter of Intent to play her college basketball for TC3's Coach Dave Stevenson .  

"Delaney is a skilled post player who can score around the rim," said Coach Stevenson. "She also is a strong rebounder who should help us on both ends of the court."

Clowser Signs with Panthers

Megan Clowser signs her letter of intent to play at TC3

Freeport High's Megan Clowser has signed her NJCAA National Letter of Intent to play her college basketball for the TC3 Panthers.  

"Megan is a good shooter who also brings a strong inside presence," said TC3 Women's Basketball Coach Dave Stevenson. "She will be a valuable contributor to our team this season. I expect big things from Megan."

Two-Sport Standout to Play for Panthers

Brittney Randall signs her letter of intent to play at TC3

Two-sport standout Brittney Randall has signed her NJCAA National Letter of Intent to play soccer and basketball for the TC3 Panthers in the 2015-16 school year. Randall has been honored as an I.A.C. all-star multiple times, including being named the 2014-15 I.A.C. North Large School Basketball MVP.

"We're very excited to have Brittney as part of this recruiting class," said TC3 Women's Basketball Coach Dave Stevenson. "She has great athleticism, is a proven scorer, and can play multiple positions. Brittney had a great high school career and we expect to see great things from her at TC3."

Candor's Barnhart Signs with TC3

Rachel Barnhart signs her letter of intent to play at TC3

Candor's Rachel Barnhart will be a TC3 Panther. The I.A.C. All-Star signed her NJCAA National Letter of Intent to join Coach Dave Stevenson's women's basketball program in 2015-16.

"Rachel won't be out-worked on the court, and that's something we place a tremendous value on," said Stevenson. "She is a talented player that just hustles. I think she will fit in very nicely with the team we're looking to put on the floor. I look forwarding to coaching Rachel. "

IAC All-Star Signs to Play at TC3

Jessica Cafferty signs her letter of intent to play at TC3

Whitney Point all-star Jessica Cafferty has signed her NJCAA National Letter of Intent and will join the TC3 Panthers in the fall. The 5-8 Cafferty is a two-time I.A.C. All-Star, including her senior year when she led the Eagles to the I.A.C. Large School Championship.

"Jess has great physical skills and a high basketball I.Q.," said TC3 Women's Basketball Coach Dave Stevenson, noting she comes from a winning high school program at Whitney Point under Coach Tom Kraly. "I fully expect she will come in and be a key contributor to our success. I'm very excited to see what Jess will do for us in the fall."

Panthers Sign Top Recruit

Rickeya Atkinson signs her letter of intent to play at TC3

The 2015-16 recruiting class will include highly-touted standout Rickeya Atkinson. The all-conference player from Stratford, Connecticut signed her NJCAA National Letter of Intent and will join the Panthers in the fall.

TC3 women's basketball coach Dave Stevenson is excited about what Atkinson brings to the program. "Rickeya is exactly the kind of player we are looking for as we build this program," said Stevenson. "She is a hard worker on and off the court, and I'm confident she will do great things as a Panther."

Bowman Named All-MSAC

February 26, 2015

All-MSAC selectee Jenna Bowman

Tompkins Cortland Community College sophomore Jenna Bowman (Waverly H.S./Waverly) has been named to the Mid-State Athletic Conference women’s basketball all-conference team. A total of ten players are chosen to the team, with voting by the coaches from the seven colleges in the conference. Bowman is the 11th Panther women’s basketball player ever named all-MSAC, and the first since 2013.

Bowman led TC3 in scoring, averaging 11.3 points per conference game. She topped 20 points in a game four times, including a 31-point performance in the season finale that ties for the second-most points ever scored in a game by a TC3 women’s basketball player. In that game she reached 500 career points, putting her in a very exclusive club. With her 500th career point, she became just the second player in TC3 women’s basketball history to finish her career with at least 500 points, 200 rebounds, 100 assists, and 100 steals.

Bowman is a business administration major.

Bowman Reaches Milestone in Women's Basketball Finale

Sunday, February 15, 2015

TC3 basketball

On the final day of her Tompkins Cortland Community College basketball career, Jenna Bowman (Waverly H.S./Waverly) reached a milestone that has only been reached once before in the history of TC3 women’s basketball. Bowman scored 31 points in Sunday’s 82-72 loss at Schenectady County Community College to give her exactly 500 for her career, making her just the second to total at least 500 points, 200 rebounds, 100 assists, and 100 steals over the course of her two-year career.

Bowman joins TC3 Panthers Hall of Famer Jaime Fisher in the 500-200-100-100 club. In addition to scoring 31 points Sunday, which is just one point shy of the TC3 single-game scoring record, Bowman added eight rebounds, five assists, and four steals.

Sunday also saw Ruthanne Forehand (Groton H.S./Groton) reach a milestone with huge game. She had a big double-double of 21 points and 21 rebounds, giving her exactly 400 points and putting her over 300 rebounds for her career.

The loss ends TC3’s season with a record of 6-18.

Roster–2014-15 Women's Basketball

WBB Place Holder

No. Name Pos. Year Ht. Wt. High School/Hometown
1 LaAsia Swift G Fr. 5-3 Boys and Girls/Brooklyn
2 Mariah Crawford G Fr. 5-5 Newfield/Newfield
3 Alexandra Quarella G So. 5-3 Groton/Groton
4 Victoria Goehner G Fr. 5-3 Watkins Glen/Watkins Glen
5 Kaitlin Gorton G So. 5-6 Greene/Greene
10 Jenna Bowman G So. 5-4 Waverly/Waverly
11 Sierra Stoppkotte G Fr. 5-7 Greene/Greene
12 Ruthanne Forehand G So. 5-7 Groton/Groton
13 Leemu Yarkpawolo G Fr. 5-7 Renaissance Charter for Innovation/Manhattan
14 Alexa Neretich G Fr. 5-4 Forest Hills/Rego Park
15 Loriel Pinckney G Fr. 5-5 Middletown/Middletown
20 Emma Augustine G Fr. 5-4 Ellenville/Ellenville
21 Kasey Price F Fr. 5-9 Cincinnatus/Cincinnatus
22 Rebecca Trexler G Fr. 5-4 Altmar-Parish-Williamstown/Parish

Printable Roster

Statistics–Women's Basketball

Women's Basketball

2014-15 Season

Overall (6-18)
MSAC (2-10), Region III (5-16)

Statistics    

Previous Seasons

2013-14    

2012-13    

2011-12

2010-11

2009-10

2008-09

2007-08

Records

Team Records

Most Wins

16 (2002-03)
15 (2009-10)
15 (2001-02)

Most Consecutive Wins (Season)

6 (2001-02)
5 (2008-09)
5 (2009-10)

Best Winning Percentage (Season)

.615 (2002-03)
.577 (2001-02)
.555 (2009-10)

Most Points Scored (Game)

101 (at Practical Bible College, 12/3/02)
97 (vs. SUNY Canton, 1/28/03)
96 (vs. Finger Lakes CC, 2/3/01)

Most Points Scored (Season)

1857 (2002-03)
1732 (2001-02)
1698 (2008-09)

Best Points Per Game Average

71.4 (2002-03)
69.3 (2000-2001)
66.6 (2001-02)

Biggest Margin of Victory (Game)

68 (at Practical Bible College, 12/3/02)
66 (vs. SUNY Canton, 1/28/03)
60 (vs. Practical Bible College, 12/11/01)

Fewest Points Allowed (Game)

24 (vs. Schenectady CCC, 11/7/04)
27 (vs. Onondaga CC, 1/20/00)
28 (vs. Practical Bible College, 11/9/01)

Fewest Points Allowed (Season)

1332 (2000-2001)
1444 (2001-02)
1514 (2006-07)

Fewest Points Allowed Per Game Average

57.8 (2001-02)
58.1 (2002-03)
59.7 (2009-10)

Most Assists (Game)

28 (at Practical Bible College, 12/1/01)
27 (vs. Fulton-Montgomery CC, 11/14/09)
26 (at SUNY Canton, 2/18/03)

Most Assists (Season)

404 (2002-03)
401 (2001-02)
361 (2009-10)

Most Rebounds (Game)

69 (vs. Jamestown CC_Cattaraugus, 11/1/07)
68 (vs. Cayuga CC, 11/15/09)
66 (at Practical Bible College, 12/3/02)

Most Rebounds (Season)

1260 (2002-03)
1106 (2008-09)
1091 (2009-10)

Most 3-Pointers Made (Game)

9 (at Herkimer CCC, 12/5/07)
9 (at Cayuga CC, 1/3/08)
9 (vs. Finger Lakes CC, 1/19/02)

Most 3-Pointers Made (Season)

121 (2007-08)
90 (2009-10)
90 (2001-02)

Most Steals (Game)

36 (vs. Onondaga CC, 2/4/03)
34 (vs. Onondaga CC, 1/16/01)
31 (at SUNY Canton, 2/18/03)
31 (at SUNY Delhi, 11/19/02)
31 (at Practical Bible College, 12/1/01)

Most Steals (Season)

574 (2002-03)
421 (2001-02)
349 (2004-05)

Most Blocks (Game)

16 (at Mohawk Valley CC, 11/8/06)
15 (at SUNY Delhi, 11/14/06)
14 (at Columbia-Greene CC, 2/4/03)

Most Blocks (Season)

185 (2002-03)
180 (2006-07)
103 (2004-05)

Most Foul Shots Made (Game)

32 (vs. Morrisville State, 11/1/03)
32 (vs. Corning CC, 2/9/02)
27 (at Jamestown CC, 12/4/04)
27 (at Jefferson CC, 1/13/09)
27 (vs. Finger Lakes CC, 2/3/01)

Most Foul Shots Made (Season)

441 (2004-05)
391 (2002-03)
386 (2001-02)

Individual Records - Player

Most Points (Game)

32 Jaclyn Sutton (at Morrisville State, 12/11/04)
31 Jaime Fisher (vs. SUNY Cobleskill, 11/21/02)
31 Jennifer Morse (at Cayuga CC, 1/18/00)

Most Points (Season)

455 Jaclyn Sutton (2004-05)
422 Jaime Fisher (2003-04)
363 Heather Andrews (2003-04)

Most Points (Career)

751 Jaime Fisher (2002-04)
651 Heather Andrews (2002-04)
649 Rachelle Taylor (2000-2002)

Most Points Per Game (Season)

17.6 Jaime Fisher (2003-04)
16.3 Jaclyn Sutton (2004-05)
15.8 Heather Andrews (2003-04)

Most Points Per Game (Career)

16.0 Jaclyn Sutton (2004-05)
15.0 Jaime Fisher (2002-04)
14.1 Rachelle Taylor (2000-2002)

Most Assists (Game)

10 Michelle Tuetken (vs. Hudson Valley CC, 11/1/09)
10 Michelle Tuetken (vs. Jefferson CC, 2/4/09)
10 Nicole Cambridge (at Cayuga CC, 2/1/02)
10 Nicole Cambridge (at Practical Bible College, 12/1/01)

Most Assists (Season)

135 Michelle Tuetken (2009-10)
119 Amanda McLaughlin (2002-03)
113 Nicole Cambridge (2000-2001)

Most Assists (Career)

227 Michelle Tuetken (2008-10)
220 Nicole Cambridge (2000-2002)
145 Laura Thomas (2001-03)

Most Rebounds (Game)

25 Barbara Naylor (vs. Cayuga CC, 1/13/07)
23 Heather Andrews (vs. Corning CC, 1/24/04)
22 Meghan Orman (vs. Onondaga CC, 2/8/05)
22 Khadijah Muqtadir (vs. Schenectady CC, 11/9/02)

Most Rebounds (Season)

287 Khadijah Muqtadir (2002-03)
273 Heather Andrews (2003-04)
262 Heather Andrews (2002-03)

Most Rebounds (Career)

535 Heather Andrews (2002-04)
385 Barbara Naylor (2005-07)
372 Mackenzie Stilwell (2008-10)

Most 3-Pointers Made (Game)

7 Heather Johnson (at Cayuga CC, 2/1/02)
6 Jennifer Iler (vs. Herkimer County CC, 12/3/08)
6 Laura Thomas (vs. Hudson Valley CC, 1/9/03)
6 Heather Johnson (vs. Finger Lakes CC, 1/19/02)

Most 3-Pointers Made (Season)

53 Jennifer Iler (2007-08)
49 Jennifer Iler (2008-09)
48 Michelle Tuetken (2009-10)

Most 3-Pointers Made (Career)

102 Jennifer Iler (2007-09)
68 Michelle Tuetken (2008-10)
62 Laura Thomas (2001-03)

Most Steals (Game)

16 Amanda McLaughlin (at SUNY Delhi, 11/19/02)
13 Nicole Cambridge (vs. Onondaga CC, 1/16/01)
12 Brittnee Rooney (vs. Jefferson CC, 2/11/03)

Most Steals (Season)

104 Amanda McLaughlin (2002-03)
99 Nicole Cambridge (2001-02)
99 Nicole Cambridge (2000-2001)

Most Steals (Career)

198 Nicole Cambridge (2000-2002)
161 Laura Thomas (2001-03)
142 Jaime Fisher (2002-04)

Most Blocks (Game)

10 Kati Dapson (at Onondaga CC, 2/12/07)
10 Khadijah Muqtadir (vs. Macomb CC at Lakeland CC, 12/7/02)
8 Kati Dapson (at SUNY Delhi, 11/14/06)
8 Khadijah Muqtadir (at Jefferson CC, 1/21/03)
8 Khadijah Muqtadir (vs. Finger Lakes CC, 1/18/03)

Most Blocks (Season)

118 Khadijah Muqtadir (2002-03)
93 Kati Dapson (2006-07)
40 Meghan Orman (2004-05)

Most Blocks (Career)

118 Khadijah Muqtadir (2002-03)
93 Kati Dapson (2006-07)
63 Katie Currier (2008-10)

Most Foul Shots Made (Game)

16 Jaclyn Sutton (at Cayuga CC, 2/10/05)
15 Jaclyn Sutton (at Jamestown CC, 12/4/04)
13 Michelle Tuetken (at Jefferson CC, 1/13/09)

Most Foul Shots Made (Season)

123 Jaime Fisher (2003-04)
113 Jaclyn Sutton (2004-05)
108 April Allen (2001-02)

Most Foul Shots Made (Career)

198 Jaime Fisher (2002-04)
157 Michelle Tuetken (2008-10)
132 Mackenzie Stilwell (2008-10)

Most Consecutive Foul Shots Made (Season)

23 April Allen (2001-02)
18 Jaclyn Sutton (2004-05)
16 Kyla Knapp (2009-10)

Team Playoff Records

Most Points (Playoff Game)

93 (vs. SUNY Morrisville, 2/26/02)
69 (vs. Corning CC, 2/22/03)
62 (at Finger Lakes CC, 2/23/02)

Fewest Points Allowed (Playoff Game)

49 (vs. Broome CC, 2/26/10)
63 (at Finger Lakes CC, 2/23/02)
65 (at Herkimer County CC, 2/27/01)

Most Assists (Playoff Game)

22 (vs. SUNY Morrisville, 2/26/02)
16 (vs. Corning CC, 2/22/03)
14 (vs. Broome CC, 2/26/10)

Most Rebounds (Playoff Game)

55 (vs. Corning CC, 2/22/03)
49 (vs. Broome CC, 2/26/10)
49 (vs. SUNY Morrisville, 2/26/02)

Most 3-Pointers (Playoff Game)

7 (vs. SUNY Morrisville, 2/26/02)
6 (vs. Cayuga CC, 2/20/10)
4 (at Herkimer County CC, 2/27/01)

Most Steals (Playoff Game)

29 (vs. Cayuga CC, 2/28/03)
22 (vs. SUNY Morrisville, 2/26/02)
19 (vs. Corning CC, 2/22/03)

Most Blocks (Playoff Game)

11 (vs. Corning CC, 2/22/03)
8 (vs. Cayuga CC, 2/28/03)
6 (vs. Broome CC, 2/26/10)

Most Foul Shots Made (Playoff Game)

26 (vs. SUNY Morrisville, 2/26/02)
21 (vs. Fulton-Montgomery CC, 3/1/02)
19 (vs, Onondaga CC, 2/27/10)

Biggest Margin of Victory (Playoff Game)

16 (vs. SUNY Morrisville, 2/26/02)
8 (vs. Broome CC, 2/26/10)

Individual Playoff Records

Most Points (Playoff Game)

26, April Allen (vs. Fulton-Montgomery CC, 3/1/02)
24, April Allen (vs. SUNY Morrisville, 2/26/02)
23, Brittnee Rooney (vs. SUNY Morrisville, 2/26/02)

Most Assists (Playoff Game)

7, Michelle Tuetken (vs. Broome CC, 2/26/10)
6, Michelle Tuetken (vs. Onondaga CC, 2/27/10)
6, Michelle Tuetken (vs. Cayuga CC, 2/20/10)
6, Amanda McLaughlin (vs. Corning CC, 2/22/03)
6, Nicole Cambridge (vs. SUNY Morrisville, 2/26/02)

Most Rebounds (Playoff Game)

18, Rachelle Taylor (vs. SUNY Morrisville, 2/26/02)
15, Amanda McLaughlin (vs. Corning CC, 2/22/03)
14, Khadijah Muqtadir (vs. Cayuga CC, 2/28/03)

Most 3-Pointers (Playoff Game)

4, Michelle Tuetken (vs. Cayuga CC, 2/20/10)
4, Laura Thomas (vs. SUNY Morrisville, 2/26/02)
3, Laura Thomas (vs. Cayuga CC, 2/28/03)
3, Laura Ehrich (at Herkimer County CC, 2/27/01)

Most Steals (Playoff Game)

9, Khadijah Muqtadir (vs. Cayuga CC, 2/28/03)
6, Rachelle Taylor (vs. SUNY Morrisville, 2/26/02)

Most Blocks (Playoff Game)

7, Khadijah Muqtadir (vs. Cayuga CC, 2/28/03)
4, Khadijah Muqtadir (vs. Corning CC, 2/22/03)

Most Foul Shots Made (Playoff Game)

12, April Allen (vs. Fulton-Montgomery CC, 3/1/02)
10, Brittnee Rooney (vs. SUNY Morrisville, 2/26/02)
8, April Allen (vs. SUNY Morrisville, 2/26/02)

Honors

Total All-American Players
1 (Preseason)

Total All-Region Players
4

Total All-MSAC Players
7

Miscellaneous Honors
NJCAA Region III Final Four: 2009-10
MSAC Final Four: 2009-10, 2002-03, 2001-02

          

Coaches–Women's Basketball

David Stevenson

Head Coach

Dave StevensonMSAC Coach of the Year
2010, 2013, 2014

Coach Stevenson takes over the women's basketball program for the 2014-15 season after the most successful run in the history of the TC3 men's basketball program. Over the last decade directing the men's program, Coach Stevenson's teams continued to establish new records for wins, topping 20 victories three times, and winning the Mid-State Athletic Conference championship three times (including the last two seasons).

Stevenson joined the men's basketball staff as an assistant in 2003-04, bringing a strong work ethic and knowledge of the game to the floor each night. He is well known for caring for his students both on and off the court, tracking academic progress as well as developing basketball skills. He has worked hard to bring quality players into the program, and to help those players continue their careers at the four-year level. In his time with the program, he has helped players earn scholarships to Mercy College in New York, Drake University in Iowa, and Avila University in Kansas. His former players have also shown up on the rosters at Buffalo State, Oneonta State, Oswego State, Old Westbury College, Morrisville State, Southwestern Oklahoma State, SUNY Fredonia, and Daniel Webster College in New Hampshire. A former standout athlete at Trumansburg High and a college baseball player, Coach Stevenson is TC3's assistant athletic director. He is also an assistant softball coach for the Panthers.

Contact: dls@TC3.edu, 607-844-8222, Ext.4494


Jeff Riker

Assistant Coach

Jeff Riker

Coach Ricker returns for his fifth season on the bench with the women's program. A strong recruiter and teacher on the court, he has been instrumental in bringing in the program's top players and helping them reach their potential. His passion for the game extends back to when he was an IAC all-star at Dryden High. He played college ball at Onondaga Community College, appearing the Region III All-Star Game, and at SUNY Potsdam.

Coach Ricker has consistently been supportive of TC3's student-athletes, both on and off the court, a quality he shares with new Head Coach Stevenson.

Contact: athletics@TC3.edu


Janita Moricette

Assistant Coach

Janita MoricetteCoach Moricette joins the staff for the 2014-15 campaign. A graduate of TC3 and an Enrollment Services Specialist at the College, her work with the athletic department dates back to her days as a student when she worked as a manager for TC3 Hall of Famer Brent Doane's women's basketball program. She was a captain of her high school team in the Bronx before an injury ended her playing career. She finished high school as a manager, helping the coaching staff as needed. After her time with the TC3 women's program, she coached several AAU teams back in the Bronx, gaining experience that she will bring to the bench at TC3.

Contact: jm1@TC3.edu


Highlights–2014-15 Women's Basketball

Bowman Reaches Milestone in Women's Basketball Finale

Sunday, February 15, 2015

TC3 basketball

On the final day of her Tompkins Cortland Community College basketball career, Jenna Bowman (Waverly H.S./Waverly) reached a milestone that has only been reached once before in the history of TC3 women’s basketball. Bowman scored 31 points in Sunday’s 82-72 loss at Schenectady County Community College to give her exactly 500 for her career, making her just the second to total at least 500 points, 200 rebounds, 100 assists, and 100 steals over the course of her two-year career.

Bowman joins TC3 Panthers Hall of Famer Jaime Fisher in the 500-200-100-100 club. In addition to scoring 31 points Sunday, which is just one point shy of the TC3 single-game scoring record, Bowman added eight rebounds, five assists, and four steals.

Sunday also saw Ruthanne Forehand (Groton H.S./Groton) reach a milestone with huge game. She had a big double-double of 21 points and 21 rebounds, giving her exactly 400 points and putting her over 300 rebounds for her career.

The loss ends TC3’s season with a record of 6-18.


Road Loss in MSAC Finale for TC3

Saturday, February 14, 2015

A cold day on the offensive end kept the Tompkins Cortland Community College women’s basketball team from closing out the conference schedule with a win Saturday. Playing their final Mid-State Athletic Conference game of the year, the Panthers lost at Cayuga Community College 63-45. The result leaves TC3 with a final MSAC record of 2-10. The Panthers have a final non-conference game Sunday at Schenectady, where they will look to improve on their overall record of 6-17. With the win, Cayuga is now 4-7 in the MSAC and 10-14 overall.

Ruthanne Forehand (Groton H.S./Groton) provided the bulk of the TC3 offense, scoring 19 points while also recording eight rebounds, three steals, and two assists. Leemu Yarkpawolo (Renaissance Charter School for Innovation/Manhattan) had a team-best 13 rebounds and Jenna Bowman (Waverly H.S./Waverly) handed out five assists.


Panthers Fall to Nation's #3 Team

Wednesday, February 11, 2015

TC3 basketball

Boxscore

For the fourth time this season, the Tompkins Cortland Community College women’s basketball team has faced off against a team ranked in the top ten in the nation. Wednesday night it was #3-ranked Onondaga Community College, and the result was an 85-29 loss for the Panthers. TC3 drops to 6-16 overall and 2-9 in the Mid-State Athletic Conference. Onondaga is 22-4 overall and 10-0 in the MSAC.

The visiting Lazers took control of the game early, scoring the first nine points and 15 of the first 17. The lead grew to 25 at the break and continued to climb, with Onondaga stretching the lead throughout the second half.

By the time the final horn sounded, no Panther had reached double figures in points. Jenna Bowman (Waverly H.S./Waverly) was tops with nine points followed by seven from Kaitlin Gorton (Greene H.S./Greene). Ruthanne Forehand (Groton H.S./Groton) did good work on the glass, pulling down 13 boards.

TC3 closes out the season with a pair of road games this weekend. On Saturday the Panthers play at Cayuga Community College; Sunday they are at Schenectady County Community College.


TC3 Women's Basketball Overcomes Slow Start to Post Home Win

Saturday, February 07, 2015

TC3 basketball

Boxscore

Midway through the first half of Saturday’s game with SUNY Adirondack, the Tompkins Cortland Community College trailed by a score of 21-10. A 13-2 run erased the deficit and helped spark the Panthers on to a 59-53 home win. TC3 is now 6-15 overall this year, and 5-13 in Region III. Adirondack drops to 4-15 overall and 3-15 in Region III.

After the early doldrums, the Panthers took a 30-27 lead into the break. A 12-5 run to open the second half gave the Panthers a ten-point lead and control of the game. The visitors managed to pull within three with under five minutes to play, but the Panthers were able to push the margin back to seven heading into the final minute of play. Four more points from Kaitlin Gorton (Greene H.S./Greene) sealed the win, with Adirondack hitting a three-pointer at the buzzer to make the final score 59-53.

Gorton finished with a game-high 18 points to go with five rebounds, four steals, and three assists. Ruthanne Forehand (Groton H.S./Groton) posted another double-double with 14 points and 10 rebounds. Jenna Bowman (Waverly H.S./Waverly) added 10 points while also grabbing eight rebounds, which gives her 200 over her career at TC3. Mariah Crawford (Newfield H.S./Newfield) and Leemu Yarkpawolo (Renaissance Charter School for Innovation/Manhattan) each scored seven.

TC3 hosts Onondaga Community College Wednesday at 5 p.m.


Panthers Drop Road Game

Wednesday, February 04, 2015

TC3 basketball

The Tompkins Cortland Community College dropped a road game at Corning Community College Wednesday, losing by a final score of 58-47. With the defeat, TC3 drops to 5-15 overall and 2-8 in the Mid-State Athletic Conference. Corning is now 9-13 overall and 4-5 in the MSAC.

The offense never got on track for the Panthers as the visitors made just 17.6% from the field. Mariah Crawford (Newfield H.S./Newfield) was the team’s high scorer with 11 points. Leemu Yarkpawolo (Renaissance Charter School for Innovation/Manhattan) was the only other Panther in double figures, scoring ten points to go with seven rebounds. Rebecca Trexler (Altmar-Parish-Williamstown H.S./Parish) led TC3 on the glass with eight rebounds.

TC3 returns home Saturday to host SUNY Adirondack at 1 p.m.


Tied at Half, TC3 Women Lose in Second Half

Sunday, February 01, 2015

After going into the halftime tied, the Tompkins Cortland Community College suffered a rough second half en route to a 71-51 loss at Hudson Valley Community College Saturday. TC3 drops to 5-14 overall and 4-12 in Region III. Hudson Valley is now 14-7 overall and 11-7 in Region III.

The score was tied at 30-30 at the break, but the home team was too much for the Panthers in the second twenty minutes. Ruthanne Forehand (Groton H.S./Groton) had a monster game for the Panthers, scoring 24 points, grabbing 16 rebounds, and passing out four assists. Jenna Bowman (Waverly H.S./Waverly) and Leemu Yarkpawolo (Renaissance Charter School for Innovation/Manhattan) each has eight points, with Bowman seeing her string of reaching double figures in scoring end at seven games.

TC3 plays at Corning Community College Wednesday.


Panthers Just Shy of Pulling Off Upset

Saturday, January 31, 2015

The Tompkins Cortland Community College women’s basketball team nearly pulled off a road upset Saturday, falling to SUNY Broome Community College 63-61. TC3 drops to 5-13 overall and 2-7 in the Mid-State Athletic Conference while Broome improves to 12-6 overall and 6-2 in the MSAC.

After the teams traded the lead in the first half, the Panthers entered halftime trailing 35-26. Over the final 20 minutes, TC3 chipped away, but Broome sealed the two-point win at the end with some clutch free throw shooting at the free throw line.

Jenna Bowman (Waverly H.S./Waverly) again led the Panthers, scoring 22 points to go with five assists, five rebounds, and three assists. Kaitlin Gorton (Greene H.S./Greene) had 15 points and six rebounds and Leemu Yarkpawolo (Renaissance Charter School for Innovation/Manhattan) posted a double-double with 13 points and 17 rebounds.

TC3 plays at Hudson Valley Community College Sunday.


Panthers Come Up Short at Home

Wednesday, January 28, 2015

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Giving up nearly four inches of height per starter, the undersized Tompkins Cortland Community College women’s basketball team came up short against Jefferson Community College Wednesday, falling by a 72-40 final. TC3 drops to 5-12 overall and 2-6 in the Mid-State Athletic Conference. Jefferson, the #5-ranked team in the region, is now 13-5 overall and 6-1 in the MSAC.

The Panther kept it close for most of the first half, trading the lead three times before the visitors closed out the first half with a 19-8 run to lead 43-25 at the break. The Panthers stiffened up on the defensive end in the second half, but couldn’t close the gap as the two-game winning streak came to an end.

Jenna Bowman (Waverly H.S./Waverly) led the Panthers with 12 points, while adding five steals, four assists, and three rebounds. Kaitlin Gorton (Greene H.S./Greene) and Mariah Crawford (Newfield H.S./Newfield) each had seven points and Loriel Pinckney (Middletown H.S./Middletown) grabbed eight rebounds.

TC3 plays at SUNY Broome Saturday.


TC3 Beats Finger Lakes for Second Straight Win

Saturday, January 24, 2015

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For the second straight game, the Tompkins Cortland Community College women’s basketball team posted a wire-to-wire win, leading from the opening tip in a 64-46 win at Finger Lakes Community College Saturday. The win improves TC3 to 5-11 overall and 2-5 in the Mid-State Athletic Conference. Finger Lakes is now 4-15 overall and 1-6 in the MSAC.

The game opened with back-to-back three-pointers from Kaitlin Gorton (Greene H.S./Greene) and Jenna Bowman (Waverly H.S./Waverly), giving the Panthers a 6-0 lead just 75 seconds into the games. After Finger Lakes cut the lead to two points at 8-6, the Panthers took control with an 11-0 run that include nine points from Gorton. The home team managed to cut TC3’s lead to single digits once the rest of the half, but TC3 quickly pushed the spread back above ten and kept it there the rest of the game. In the second half the lead peaked at 26 points before settling in at the 19-point final.

Gorton led the way with 15 points, all coming in the first half. Ruthanne Forehand (Groton H.S./Groton) posted her second straight double-double, scoring 14 points and pulling down 10 rebounds. Bowman finished with 11 points, six rebounds, and five assists. Mariah Crawford (Newfield H.S./Newfield) had eight points while Leemu Yarkpawolo (Renaissance Charter School for Innovation/Manhattan) had seven points and 10 rebounds.

TC3 returns home Wednesday to host Jefferson Community College.


Panthers Break Through with Win

Wednesday, January 21, 2015

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After coming close several times, the Tompkins Cortland Community College women’s basketball team snapped its skid with a 57-36 win over Cayuga Community College Wednesday. The win ends a seven-game losing streak and leaves TC3 with a record of 4-11 overall and 1-5 in the Mid-State Athletic Conference. Cayuga is now 7-11 overall and 1-4 in the MSAC.

The Panthers took control of the game from the opening tip, scoring the first seven points en route to a 21-4 lead. The advantage stood at 26-12 at the half and never dipped into single digits the rest of the way.

Ten different Panthers scored, with three reaching double figures. Jenna Bowman (Waverly H.S./Waverly) led all scorers with 14 points to go with nine rebounds and six steals. Ruthanne Forehand (Groton H.S./Groton) posted another double-double with 10 points and 14 rebounds and Kaitlin Gorton (Greene H.S./Greene) poured in 10 points while swiping six steals and handing out three assists.

TC3 plays at Finger Lakes Community College Saturday.


Panthers Overmatched on the Road

Saturday, January 17, 2015

Playing at nationally-ranked Onondaga Community College Saturday, the TC3 women's basketball team was overwhelmed by an 88-38 final.

Each team went 4-for-15 from three-point range, but that was where the similarities end. TC3 made just 27% from the floor, compared to 54% for the home team. Leemu Yarkpawolo (Renaissance Charter School for Innovation/Manhattan) led the way with 11 points, six rebounds, and three assists. Jenna Bowman (Waverly H.S./Waverly) added 10 points.


Great Effort Comes Up Just Short

Tuesday, January 13, 2015

A great team effort came up just short Tuesday as the Tompkins Cortland Community College women’s basketball team lost in overtime to Corning Community College, 84-74. The loss drops the Panthers to 3-10 overall and 0-4 in the MSAC. Corning is now 7-8 overall and 2-1 in the MSAC.

Corning led the entire first half, but the Panthers stayed in the game. The largest lead of the first 20 minutes was eight points, and it came at 15-7 in the opening minutes. Over the final 16 minutes of the half, the Panthers closed the gap to a tie once at 18-18, but the teams went to the locker room with Corning up 41-35. The second half opened with the Panthers scoring the first six to tie the score at 41-41, and after Corning scored to go up 43-41, TC3 responded with four straight, taking its first lead at 45-43 on a rebound and basket by Leemu Yarkpawolo (Renaissance Charter School for Innovation/Manhattan). Over the final 15 minutes of regulation, the score was tied eight times, and the lead changed hands three times, including twice in the final minute. With 52.9 second left on the clock, Jenna Bowman (Waverly H.S./Waverly) drained a three-pointer to give the Panthers the lead at 66-65. A pair of Corning free throws moved the Red Barons ahead at 67-65 seconds later. Another Corning free throw with 11.5 seconds left made the score 68-66, but with 2.7 seconds left TC3’s Kaitlin Gorton (Greene H.S./Greene) was fouled and made both shots to tie the score at 68-68, sending the game to overtime.

In overtime, Corning scored 11 of the first 12 points of overtime to take control of the game. In the end, foul trouble finally caught up with the home team. Corning enjoyed a continuous parade to the charity line, finishing the game with 56 free throw attempts. The Panthers were whistled for 39 team fouls, with five players fouling out. By comparison, Corning was whistled for 20 fouls, sending TC3 to the line 24 times. The 32 extra trips to the line proved to be too much to overcome, as the Panthers lost despite making five more baskets from the floor.

The loss also came despite big games from several players, including one of the biggest games ever by a TC3 women’s basketball player. Bowman finished just one steal short of a triple-double, posting 26 points, 14 rebounds, and nine steals. Gorton poured in 22 points while grabbing nine rebounds. Yarkpawolo had 13 rebounds while scoring seven points and blocking three shots. Mariah Crawford (Newfield H.S./Newfield) scored 11 points, grabbed seven rebounds, and dished out five assists.

TC3 plays at Onondaga Corning Community College Saturday.


Panthers Fall to Broome

Saturday, January 10, 2015

The Tompkins Cortland Community College women’s basketball team hosted SUNY Broome Community College for a Mid-State Athletic Conference game Saturday, coming out on the short end of a game that saw 11 lead changes. The 70-56 final leaves TC3’s record at 3-9 overall and 0-3 in the MSAC. Broome is 7-4 overall and 2-0 in the MSAC.

The first half saw seven lead changes and five ties before Broome took a 34-30 lead into the break. The Panthers came out and scored the first six points as part of an 11-2 run to take a 41-36 lead with 14:30 left on the clock. Broome responded with seven straight over the next three minutes to lead 43-41. The Panthers rallied again, tying the score at 46-46 and taking the lead back on a three-pointer from Mariah Crawford (Newfield H.S./Newfield) with 8:50 left. Again, Broome responded to take the lead back, but the Panthers tied the score at 51-51 with 7:20 left. The score remained knotted for more than a minute before Broome scored to lead 53-51, the last lead change of the game. The Hornets scored the next four points to spread the lead to 57-51. A TC3 bucket cut the lead to 57-53, but Broome scored seven straight to make it 64-53 with 2:26. The Panthers could bring the margin down to single digits one more time, but couldn’t manage a point over the final 1:44 as the visitors pulled away.

Kaitlin Gorton (Greene H.S./Greene) led the Panthers with 19 points, making five three-pointers along the way. Jenna Bowman (Waverly H.S./Waverly) finished with 16 points, five rebounds, four steals, and three assists. Crawford finished with 10 points, and Ruthanne Forehand (Groton H.S./Groton) just missed a double-double with nine points and 19 rebounds. Leemu Yarkpawolo (Renaissance Charter School for Innovation/Manhattan) grabbed 11 boards.

TC3 is back home Tuesday, hosting Corning Community College at 7 p.m.


Panthers Overmatched on the Road

Thursday, January 08, 2015

Playing one of the best teams in the region on the road proved to be too much of a challenge for the Tompkins Cortland Community College women’s basketball team as the Panthers lost at Jefferson Community College Thursday 105-42. TC3’s record is now 3-8 overall, 2-6 in Region III, and 0-2 in the Mid-State Athletic Conference.

The game was decided early, as Jefferson used a 23-3 run to sprint to a 52-13 halftime lead. The spread only grew in the second half, as the Cannoneers ran their way to the lopsided win. No Panther reached double figures in scoring, but Kaitlin Gorton (Greene H.S./Greene) tallied nine. Mariah Crawford (Newfield H.S./Newfield) and Rebecca Trexler (Altmar-Parish-Williamstown H.S./Parish) each scored seven points.

TC3 is back home Saturday to host SUNY Broome.


MSAC Season Underway for Panthers

Tuesday, January 06, 2015

Thirty days after last taking to the floor, the Tompkins Cortland Community College women’s basketball team tipped off the 2015 portion of the schedule Tuesday with a home game against Finger Lakes Community College. The Mid-State Athletic Conference opener for both teams saw the Panthers come up on the short end of a 72-54 final. TC3’s record is now 3-7 overall and 2-5 in Region III play. Finger Lakes is now 3-9 overall and 3-6 in region.

The start was slow for the home team as Finger Lakes moved out to a nine-point lead before TC3 rallied back to pull within one on multiple occasions, including at 31-30 at the half. The momentum gained at the end of the half was lost over the break, as Finger Lakes opened the second half with a 15-2 run to lead 46-32. TC3 finally got some offense going with 11:30 left in the second half, scoring its second bucket of the half to start a 10-4 run to pull within single-digits at 50-42. The Panthers managed to cut the deficit to seven at 54-47 when Jenna Bowman (Waverly H.S./Waverly) banked in a three-pointer with 7:30 left on the clock, but Finger Lakes answered with six straight to rebuild the cushion. A three-pointer by Kaitlin Gorton (Greene H.S./Greene) made it a ten-point game at 60-50 with 5:33 left, but the Lakers closed with a 12-4 run to seal the win. Foul trouble hurt the Panthers all night, as the team committed 32 fouls to send Finger Lakes to the line an astounding 48 times. Eleven of the 12 Panthers to see time on the floor had at least one foul called on them, with one player fouling out and three others finishing with four fouls. The visitors took 34 more free throws than the home team, digging too deep a hole for the Panthers to recover.

Ruthanne Forehand (Groton H.S./Groton) had a huge game, scoring 20 points while grabbing 17 rebounds. Gorton finished with 18 points and Bowman ended the game with nine boards and three assists.

The Panthers head north Thursday to play at Jefferson Community College. TC3 is back home Saturday to host SUNY Broome.


Offensive Struggles Continue for TC3 Women

Sunday, December 07, 2014

Cold-shooting and too many turnovers combined to spell defeat for the Tompkins Cortland Community College women’s basketball team Sunday, as the Panthers fell to Herkimer College 63-41. The loss leaves TC3’s record at 3-6 overall and 2-4 in Region III play. Herkimer is now 4-4 overall and in region.

After holding an early four-point lead, the Panthers saw the visiting Generals rally to hold a six-point lead midway through the first half. Trailing 20-14, TC3 used a 9-4 run to pull within one, but Herkimer responded with a 12-5 run to close the half with a 36-28 lead.

The start of the second half saw the Panthers fall deeper in the hole. It took TC3 eight minutes to score its first points of the half, and by that time Herkimer had extended the lead to 46-28. The home ream wasn’t able to pull closer than 15 the rest of the way, with the lead peaking at 24 points in the closing minutes for the Generals.

The Panthers struggled on the offensive end all game, shooting just 22.2% from the field and 45.8% from the free throw line. The team had 35 turnovers, including 21 in the second half. No Panther reached double figures in scoring, as Sierra Stoppkotte (Greene H.S./Greene) led the team with nine points. Leemu Yarkpawolo (Renaissance Charter School for Innovation/Manhattan) grabbed a game-high 16 rebounds and Jenna Bowman (Waverly H.S./Waverly) had 10 rebounds and eight points for the Panthers.

The Panthers close out the fall semester portion of the schedule Thursday at Hudson Valley Community College.


Rough Day for Panthers

Saturday, December 06, 2014

The nation’s eighth-ranked team overwhelmed the Tompkins Cortland Community College women’s basketball team Saturday, running the score up to an 89-28 final. Mohawk Valley Community College earned the win, dropping TC3’s record to 3-5 overall and 2-3 in Region III play. Mohawk Valley is now 9-2 overall and 6-1 in region.

The visiting Hawks took the lead early and never looked back. The score was 10-2 four minutes in and grew steadily until the halftime horn sounded with the score 40-19. In the second half, Mohawk Valley continued to push, making six three-pointers en route to scoring 49 points while holding the Panthers to just nine.

Ruthanne Forehand (Groton H.S./Groton) led TC3 with 14 points. Leemu Yarkpawolo (Renaissance Charter School for Innovation/Manhattan) paced the team on the boards, pulling down nine rebounds.

The Panthers look to bounce back Sunday. The Panthers host Herkimer College at noon.


Dominating Win for Panthers

Saturday, November 22, 2014

The balanced attack of the Tompkins Cortland Community College women’s basketball team led to a dominating win for the Panthers Saturday. TC3 beat Clinton Community College by a final of 57-22 to improve to 3-4 overall and 2-2 in Region III play. Clinton falls to 0-7 overall and 0-6 in regional games.

The game was never in doubt, as the Panthers took a 35-8 lead into the halftime. Eleven Panthers scored, including Mariah Crawford (Newfield H.S./Newfield) with a team-high 15 points. Leemu Yarkpawolo (Renaissance Charter High School for Innovation/Manhattan) had eight points and six rebounds, and Sierra Stoppkotte (Greene H.S./Greene) had eight points and three assists. Eight Panthers recorded at least one assist, led by six from Jenna Bowman (Waverly H.S./Waverly), and nine Panthers had a steal, with Bowman and Victoria Goehner (Watkins Glen H.S./Watkins Glen) each with five. Ruthanne Forehand (Groton H.S./Groton) led the effort on the boards with nine rebounds.

The win sends the Panthers into the Thanksgiving break on a positive note. TC3 will enjoy a two-week break from games before returning to the court Saturday, December 6 to host Mohawk Valley Community College.


Road Loss for Panthers

Friday, November 21, 2014

The #2-ranked team in the region proved to be too much for the Tompkins Cortland Community College women’s basketball team Friday, as the Panthers went on the road and fell to North Country Community College, 80-44. The loss drops TC3 to 2-4 overall and 1-2 in Region III play. North Country is now 6-0 overall and 5-0 in regional games.

The Panthers got off to a slow start, trailing 17-2 early, and was never able to climb back. Ruthanne Forehand (Groton H.S./Groton) led the Panthers with a double-double of 14 points and 10 rebounds. Alexandra Quarella (Groton H.S./Groton) was next with eight points as 10 different Panthers got in to the scoring column.

The Panthers take on Clinton Community College Saturday.


Huge Second Half Lifts TC3 Women to Win

Saturday, November 15, 2014

A great second half lifted the Tompkins Cortland Community College women’s basketball team to a 76-64 home win Saturday over SUNY Delhi. The win improves TC3 to 2-3 overall and 1-1 in Region III play. Delhi is 4-3 overall and 3-2 in regional games.

The visiting Broncos led the entire first half. After scoring the game’s first eight points, Delhi kept the margin between five and ten points until the horn ending the half came with the score 36-29. The second half saw the Panthers come out strong, using a 9-2 run to tie the score at 38-38 three minutes into the half. Delhi responded with four straight to lead 42-38, but TC3 came back with six straight, taking its first lead of the game at 44-42 on a pair of LaAsia Swift (Boys and Girls H.S./Brooklyn) free throws with 15:09 left on the clock. The lead was short-lived, with Delhi scoring six straight to move ahead 48-44. TC3 again responded with Jenna Bowman (Waverly H.S./Waverly) scoring five-straight points to give the lead back to the Panthers. After a Delhi basket ended the run, Sierra Stoppkotte (Greene H.S./Greene) connected on a jumper to put TC3 ahead 51-50 with 12:01 on the clock. The basket started a 19-6 run over the next seven minutes, putting the home team in command 70-56. The lead would continue to grow, peaking at 16 points with 1:27 left before settling in at the 12-point win for the Panthers.

By the time the final horn sounded, TC3 had put together a fantastic second half. The Panthers outscored Delhi 47-28 in the second half, putting up more points in the second half than the team did in the entire game of three of the previous four games. Bowman led the way, scoring 16 of her game-high 24 points in the second half. She finished the game with great line: 24 points, eight rebounds, eight steals, and five assists. Ruthanne Forehand (Groton H.S./Groton) had a huge double-double of 14 points and 17 rebounds and Mariah Crawford (Newfield H.S./Newfield) poured in 18 points. Stoppkotte finished with 10 points and Leemu Yarkpawolo (Renaissance Charter School for Innovation/Manhattan) grabbed 10 rebounds.

The Panthers have a six-day break from games before returning to the road Friday. TC3 travels north for weekend games against North Country Community College and Clinton Community College.

Road Loss for Panthers

Saturday, November 08, 2014

Playing on the road Saturday, the Tompkins Cortland Community College women’s basketball team ran up against one of the top teams in Region III. The result was a 79-39 loss to Fulton-Montgomery Community College in TC3 first game this season against a fellow Division III team. TC3’s overall record is now 1-3. It was also the first regional game for Fulton-Montgomery, which now stands at 1-2 overall.

Mariah Crawford (Newfield H.S./Newfield) was the high scorer for the Panthers, netting nine points. Leemu Yarkpawolo (Renaissance Charter for Innovation/Manhattan) grabbed nine rebounds while scoring seven points.

The Panthers are off for a week, returning to the court for a home game Saturday, November 15 vs. SUNY Delhi. Tip-off is at 6 p.m.


Panthers Beat D-II Team to Win Home Opener

Wednesday, November 05, 2014

The Tompkins Cortland Community College women’s basketball team put together a great team effort in its home opener Wednesday, knocking off Erie Community College, 57-48. The win was the first of the year for the Panthers, and it came against a Division II (able to offer athletic scholarships) team. TC3 is now 1-2, having played all three games against D-II teams. Erie drops to 1-2.

The game opened with the lead changing hands five times in the first five minutes, but when Mariah Crawford (Newfield H.S./Newfield) scored with 15:09 left the Panthers led 7-6. The basket was part of a 9-0 run that gave the Panthers a 12-6, a lead the home team would never relinquish. The lead grew to 32-21 with 2:05 left before settling in at 34-26 at the break.

A 10-5 run to start the half moved the lead to 44-31. The margin peaked at 50-35 with 11 minutes left in the half and remained above five the rest of the way as the Panthers sealed the win with high efficiency from the free throw line. Despite shooting 11 less free throws than Erie, TC3 made more, going 11-of-14 while Erie finished 10-of-25.

Jenna Bowman (Waverly H.S./Waverly) finished with a solid stat line; 17 points, eight rebounds, five steals, and four assists. Crawford had 13 points, four rebounds, and three steals, and Kaitlin Gorton (Greene H.S./Greene) finished with 10 points, four steals, three assists, and two rebounds. Ruthanne Forehand (Groton H.S./Groton) was fantastic underneath, despite giving up as many as nine inches to the taller post players from Erie. Forehand grabbed 17 rebounds to go with eight steals, seven points, and three assists.

For the rest of the season the opponents are fellow Division III teams, but that doesn’t mean the going will be any easier right away. TC3 opens divisional play Saturday at Fulton-Montgomery Community College, the #3-ranked team in the region


Road Loss For Panthers

Sunday, November 02, 2014

The Tompkins Cortland Community College women’s basketball team opened the season with a second straight loss to a Division II team, falling at Jamestown Community College Sunday by a final score of 78-41. The Panthers are now 0-2 on the season, with a third straight game against a scholarship team next on the schedule. TC3 will host Erie Community College Wednesday at 5 p.m.

At Jamestown on Sunday, the Panthers were led by 13 points from Kaitlin Gorton (Greene H.S./Greene). Jenna Bowman (Waverly H.S./Waverly) finished with 12 points, five rebounds, four assists, and three steals. Ruthanne Forehand (Groton H.S./Groton) led the team with six boards.


Rough Season Opener for Panthers

Saturday, November 01, 2014

The 2014-15 season opened on a rough foot for the Tompkins Cortland Community College women’s basketball team Saturday as the Panthers lost to Niagara County Community College by a final score of 103-35. The season-opening Crossover Classic doesn’t get any easier on Sunday: the Panthers will take on another Division II team Sunday when they play against host Jamestown Community College.


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