Another fall sports season is well underway at Quinsigamond Community College. The Women’s Soccer team wrapped up its second season, playing a hard fought game against Springfield Community College. While their season did not end in a win, the newly-formed team is continuing to progress and improve.
“The team stuck together and fought hard to the end,” said Women’s Soccer Coach, Josh Cole.
On November 8, the athletic center will come alive with QCC’s Spirit Carnival, part of the college’s Spirit Week. From 11 a.m. – 2 p.m. the gymnasium will transform into a true carnival with airbrush beanies, a nacho bar, inflatable velcro wall and obstacle course, games and prizes.
The Men’s and Women’s Basketball teams are gearing up for another exciting season with the first home games of the season on November 9. Show support for the Wyverns by wearing QCC apparel or the school colors during Spirit Day and make sure to come in your school colors to the double-header against Holyoke Community College! Tip-off for the Women Wyverns is 5 p.m. and 7 p.m. for the Men’s tip-off.
On Thursday, November 16, the Wyverns home games against Bristol Community College will feature a special half-time performance (7:20 p.m.) by basketball sensation Ilze Luneau. Ms. Luneau has been featured on the Ellen Degeneres show, the Tonight Show, as well as numerous professional and college half-time shows. She is the first person (male or female) to ever dribble 5 and 6 basketballs using just hands. Make sure to stop by and cheer on your Wyvern team and stay for the amazing spins and thrills of Ms. Luneau. Check out a sampling of Ms. Luneau's show.
“Admission is always free so make sure to come down for the game and stay for the half-time show,” said Lisa Gurnick, Director of Athletics & Fitness Center.
Click here for the complete Men’s and Women’s basketball schedules.
Coming this Spring
Big things have been happening on QCC’s baseball field. The infield and outfield are getting a makeover and students from Worcester Technical High School carpentry students and teacher have been hard at work putting together new dugouts for the Wyvern baseball team. The dugouts are close to completion and should be ready for the start of the spring baseball season. Thanks to the Worcester Tech. students for an amazing job!