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February, 2019
  • February Baseball Clinics were well-attended.
    February Baseball Clinics were well-attended.
  • QCC's 2019 Women's Basketball team
    QCC's 2019 Women's Basketball team
  • On Feb. 2 former QCC men's basketball players got together for an alumni game.
    On Feb. 2 former QCC men's basketball players got together for an alumni game.
  • A QCC alum still has his basketball moves.
    A QCC alum still has his basketball moves.
  • QCC's Wyverns took on Rhode Island Community College on Feb. 2.
    QCC's Wyverns took on Rhode Island Community College on Feb. 2.

Swing Into Spring

Is spring fever setting in? Is the thought of spending time on the links getting you ready for winter to end? Then now may be the perfect time to try out QCC’s Golf Clinic. The clinic is offered on Tuesday from 5:30 p.m. – 6:30 p.m. in the Athletic Center and is being taught by local golf pro Jim Fenner. The clinic is free for current students, staff, faculty and those with a membership ID. Clubs are provided or you can bring your own. For more information visit the Athletic Center or call 508.854.4317.

QCC 2019 Winter Baseball Clinics

The QCC’s Baseball Program is currently hosting winter baseball clinics at the Athletic Center for young players age 6 to 18. QCC’s Head Coach John McLaughlin, along with Pitching & Catching Coach Paul Goodwin and the 2019 QCC Baseball team are running the program. Each clinic will start with a dynamic stretch and cardio warm up, then work on fielding, pitching and hitting. The goal is to help prepare each young player for the upcoming season at an affordable rate.  Two March clinics are still available.

  • Location – QCC Gym – 670 West Boylston St, Worcester, MA
  • $30 per clinic ($25 per if signing up more than 1 family member)
  • Strongly encouraged to bring own bats, glove, helmet & water bottle
  • No Cleats
  • Time:  10:30 am – 12:45 pm (check- in 10:00 am)
  • Dates: March 3 and  March 10

Women’s Basketball Team

The Quinsigamond Community College Women’s Basketball team had a season ending victory against Bristol Community College to end its season on a high note. QCC’s Kayla Morrison powered the Wyverns to a 43-31 win. The team finished out its season 4-9 and according to Coach Gabriel Santner, the players made huge strides during the season.

“It’s been awesome to see these women come together. We taught some of our players from the ground up. We also had a couple of players who were skilled and they also improved,” Coach Santner said. “Our players were so impressive. They all were full-time students (a requirement to play) and they all also have jobs.”

Coach Santner said the players all put in a lot of practice time and even got together on their own to practice. The women’s team travels to every away game with the men’s team, which adds comradery.

“Men’s Coach Tishaun Jenkins has been very helpful and it’s been great learning from him too,” Coach Santner said.

Assistant Coach Mikayla Singas, a former player from Fitchburg State University (currently attending Worcester State University) has also made a big difference for the team, according to Coach Santner.

“She’s a really good basketball player and she’s scrimmaged with them a lot. It was great to have her,” he said.

Men’s Basketball Team

The Wyverns Men’s Basketball ended their season last month against Bristol Community College. Wyvern’s player Richard Gomez led the team in 22 points. While the final score was Bristol 88 and QCC 66 the Wyverns gave it their all with a final record of 7-19 for the season. 

Fitness Classes

Fitness classes are currently underway at the Athletic Center. Exercising is a great way to reduce stress!

Yoga is offered Tuesday and Thursday at 12:00 p.m.

Full-Body Toning is Monday, Wednesday and Thursday at 12:30pm

Classes are already underway. For more information, visit the Athletic Center or call 508.854.4317.

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