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Wyverns Sports Corner

November, 2017
  • Basketball sensation Ilze Luneau wowed a young Wyvern fan.
  • The 2017 QCC Men's Basketball Team.
  • QCC Soccer All-Region Award Winners: From left- Vanessa Hanger ( All-Region 21 first team), Teena Manter (All –Region 21 second team), and Shelby Maiorana ( All- Region 21 second team).
  • QCC Women's 2017 Soccer Team Banquet.
  • Ilze Luneau performed some amazing stunts during halftime.

At QCC, students, faculty and staff have access to the Athletic Center located on QCC’s Main Campus on West Boylston Street in Worcester. The Athletic Center provides the QCC community with a way to stay healthy through exercise. Studies show that exercising reduces stress, reduces cholesterol, prevents osteoporosis, and helps prevent coronary heart disease in both men and women. In addition, exercising helps to firm and tone your body, keep your weight maintained and increase your energy level.

“You’ll also meet new people,” added QCC Athletic Director Lisa Gurlick.

A vast array of machines are available at the Athletic Center in addition to men’s and women’s locker rooms that are equipped with showers, restrooms, changing areas, a sauna, and lockers. The gym features a full-sized basketball court, program room, Nintendo Wii Sports, Wii Fit, and a ping pong table, in a comfortable seating area equipped that is with wireless computer access.

Weekly classes in yoga; full body toning and indoor cycling are also available. For a complete list of classes visit: programs and events

Sports Teams Update

The QCC women’s soccer team wrapped up a great season with a team banquet that honored the players for their hard work and dedication throughout the season. All-Region Awards were given to Vanessa Hanger (All-Region 21 first team), Teena Manter (All-Region 21 second team), and Shelby Maiorana ( All-Region 21 second team).

The basketball season is well on its way for both the men’s and women’s basketball teams.

On November 16, during halftime at the men’s home basketball game against Bristol Community College, basketball sensation Ilze Luneau performed. Ms. Luneau is known for her prowess with a basketball and is the first person to dribble five and six basketballs using just hands. She has been featured on the Today Show with Jay Leno and the Ellen Degeneres show. View the complete list of all men’s games.

The Women’s basketball team has also started its season. This year the team has become a club team, taking their schedule down to 14 games. View the complete women's schedule

Remember:  Home games are held in the QCC Athletic Center and entry into Wyvern basketball games is always FREE! Come and show your QCC spirit and support your teams!