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CFCC Women’s Soccer and Women’s Volleyball to Compete in NJCAA Division II Championships

Womens Soccer and Volleyball

Wilmington, NC – For the second year in a row Cape Fear Community College (CFCC) women’s soccer and volleyball programs will compete in the National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) Division II National Championships. Women’s soccer will travel to Tucson, Arizona, where they will face number one seed Holmes Community College on November 14, 2022. Women’s volleyball will travel to Cedar Rapids, Iowa, where they will face number two seed Parkland College on November 17, 2022.

“Winning back-to-back titles and punching our ticket to the National Tournament two years in a row isn’t easy, but it speaks volumes about the foundation our coaches have built here,” states Ryan Mantlo, CFCC Athletics Director. “We’re so proud of our Volleyball and Women’s Soccer student-athletes for their achievements and we wish them luck and safe travels moving into tournament play.”

Region 10 All-Region Soccer Team

Following an outstanding season featuring only one conference loss, the CFCC’s Soccer team solidified their bid to the National Championships by placing first in the Region 10 Conference tournament. In addition to an outstanding team performance this season, six Sea Devils were named to the Region 10 All-Region team (claiming six out of the seven total spots):

  • Halie Blizzard (Midfielder)
  • Ashley Bowling (Defender)
  • Alissa Campano (Defender)
  • Lauren Laux (Midfielder)
  • Maya McDonald (Forward)
  • Alyssa Wright (Forward)

Region 10 All-Region Volleyball Team

CFCC’s Volleyball team finished their season strong with a win over Walters State on Friday, November 4, 2022, to secure the South Atlantic District B Championship. Several standout players were named to the Region 10 All-Region Team:

  • First Team – Kara Walker (OH)
  • Second Team – Madie Ballou (MB) and Leah Davis (L/DS)

“I am so proud of the accomplishments of our women’s soccer and volleyball teams, with back-to-back regional titles and appearances in their respective national championships,” said CFCC President Jim Morton. “I’m also proud of our coaches and athletic staff that have led and supported these student-athletes to fulfill their goals. Our CFCC family never stops excelling.”

To follow the progress of our teams in the National Championships or to learn more about Sea Devil Athletics, visit goseadevils.com .

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