Dayton, Ohio – The National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) has announced both Amanda Schroeder (Women’s Basketball) and Sean McNeil (Men’s Basketball) earning Division II 1st Team All-American honors for 2018-19.
SPRINGFIELD, Ohio – In a week which saw 13 nominations submitted to the conference office, four student-athletes rose above the rest to claim Feb. 18’s OCCAC Basketball Player of the Week awards.
Dayton, OH – Sinclair extends its winning streak to 8 with a convincing victory over Hocking College 127-53. The Tartan Pride shot 54% from the floor while achieving a season high of 34 assist on 54 field goals. Five players reached double figures, led by Amanda Schroeder's (6-00/SO – Carroll H.S.) 31 points, 16 rebounds, and 5 assist.
Dayton – A 53 point second half explosion led the Tartan Pride (18-3/8-1) to a 90-54 victory over Lorain County Community College (11-14/5-7), the 18th on the season.
The Tartan Pride played with a chip on its should Wednesday night ending Owen Community College 10 game win streak at home. Sinclair held the “former” OCCAC leader to a season low 37 points and 20% shooting. The Express began its winning streak defend Sinclair 55-47 in the first conference match-up. While the Pride are working a winning streak of their own, they controlled tempo from tip-off never trailing in the contest.
SPRINGFIELD, Ohio – A handful of OCCAC hoopers have been recognized for their superb performances on the hardwood last week (Jan. 28-Feb. 3), named the conference’s Players of the Week. Kierre James (Sinclair) and Clair Schmitmeyer (Edison State) split the D-II women’s votes to earn co-accolades while Owens’ Moreina Moore picked up the D-III honors. For the men, Sean McNeil of Sinclair and Lorain County’s Thomas Hronis brought home the D-II and D-III laurels, respectively.
Dayton, OH – The athletic department is pleased to announce that 26 Sinclair student-athletes over five sports earned Fall OCCAC All-Academic honors.
Dayton – An early cold shooting night but efficient from the stripe led to Sinclair (13-3/4-1) women's 13th victory as they remain undefeated at home. Sophomore Keeara Nared (5-06/SO – Thurgood Marshall H.S.) led Sinclair with an impressive 15 points, 17 rebounds, and 4 assist in the 70-53 win over Clark State Community College (6-10/1-6).
Dayton, Ohio – Sinclair Community College super sophomore adds another milestone to her long list of accomplishments as she can now add the title of all-time leading women’s basketball scorer at Sinclair.
SPRINGFIELD, Ohio – A pair of first-time recipients were named the OCCAC’s Basketball Players of the Week (Dec. 31-Jan. 6) as Kierre James (Sinclair) and Dakota Prichard (Edison State) earned the weekly accolades.
SPRINGFIELD, Ohio – Sinclair Community College swept the OCCAC men’s & women’s D-II Basketball Player of the Week awards for December 3 – 9. Sean McNeil and Amanda Schroeder pulled in this week’s honors with big weeks on the stat sheet.
Dayton - The Tartan Pride completed a 6 game home win streak knocking off St. Clair Community College Saturday afternoon 73-62. Sophomore Amanda Schroeder's (6-00/SO – Carroll H.S.) coming off of a 1000 point milestone against Columbus State scored 30 points and added 14 rebounds as the NJCAA DII 9th ranked team held its largest lead of 16 in the final quarter.
SPRINGFIELD, Ohio – Sinclair Community College swept the OCCAC men’s & women’s D-II Basketball Player of the Week awards for Nov. 12-18 and Amanda Schroeder earns her first OCCAC D-II Women’s Basketball Player of the Week distinction for the year.
Dayton, OH - The Sinclair Women's Basketball (4-0/0-0) team held on to win its fourth straight game against Wright Patterson Air Force Base Lady Hawks 78-75 in overtime action. This began a 3 games in 6 days stretch for the Lady Tartans who were lead by Amanda Schroeder's (6-00/SO – Carroll H.S.) 38 points and 16 rebounds in 45 minutes of action.
Dayton, Ohio-The Sinclair athletics family hosted its 2nd annual Athletics Hall of Fame induction Friday night in Building 8 Arena. In an emotional ceremony for the second year in a row, the night featured Tom Archdeacon as the Master of Ceremonies as Sinclair inducted Norma Dycus and DeSean Hadley.
SPRINGFIELD, Ohio – Sinclair Community College comes in atop the 2018-19 OCCAC Women’s Basketball Preseason Coaches Poll after receiving five of nine first-place votes and being slotted no worse than second by any of the other head coaches across the conference. Owens Community College is ranked second and corralled three first-place tallies while Cuyahoga sits third overall, including a show of confidence by selecting itself as the top squad.
Dayton, OH - This week, Victoria Jones announced her resignation as the Head Women’s Basketball Coach and Sinclair’s Prison Program Site Supervisor at the Dayton Correctional Institution for Women. She has accepted the position of Athletic Director for the Euclid City School District just outside of Cleveland, Ohio.
SPRINGFIELD, Ohio – A Tartan Pride pair has been bestowed the honor of the 2017-18 OCCAC Sportsmanship of the Year award as Sinclair’s Jazzlyn Petry and Alec Holtrey swept the Female and Male recognitions. Petry competes on the softball squad while Holtrey spends his time on the hardwood as a member of the men’s basketball team.
Dayton, Ohio-The Sinclair athletics family is pleased to announce the selection of the 2018 Athletics Hall of Fame induction class. Joining last year’s inaugural class, Norma Dycus (Athletic Director, Softball & Volleyball Coach) and DeSean Hadley (Men’s Basketball).
Dayton, OH – The Athletic Department is pleased to announce that Freshman Alyssa Bowman (FR/Guard – Stebbins H.S.) received the Buckeye Charters Student-Athlete of Distinction Award for the month of January.
Dayton, OH - Sinclair athletics is pleased to announce the selection of Amanda Schroeder (6-00/FR – Carroll H.S.) to the NJCAA Division II 1st Team All-American list for 2017-18. The Sinclair Women’s Basketball (27-4) finished the 2017-18 campaign one game away from advancing to the NJCAA Division II Sweet 16.
Dayton, OH- The Sinclair Women’s Basketball (27-4) finished the 2017-18 campaign one game away from advancing to the NJCAA Division II Sweet 16. In a season full of excitement, the Pride recorded some very impressive records and milestones.