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Wyverns Sports Corner

July, 2019
  • QCC's new Men's Soccer Coach Frank Balcarcel
    QCC's new Men's Soccer Coach Frank Balcarcel
  • QCC New Women’s Volleyball Coach Emily Boutilette with "Trax" of the Worcester Railers.
    QCC New Women’s Volleyball Coach Emily Boutilette with "Trax" of the Worcester Railers.
  • The 2019 Women's Basketball team with Coach Gabe Santner and NJCAA Region XXI Honorable Mention player Kayla Morrison (#3).
    The 2019 Women's Basketball team with Coach Gabe Santner and NJCAA Region XXI Honorable Mention player Kayla Morrison (#3).

Congrats to Wyvern Player Kayla Morrison- AKA Steph Curry!

Women’s Basketball player Kayla Morrison (#3) was NJCAA Region XXI Honorable Mention for the 2018-2019 women’s basketball season. She was a tenacious player on both offense and defense and was a leader in running the Wyverns’ offense, according to her coach.

“Kayla has been one of the most positive and committed members of the QCC women’s basketball team,” said Coach Gabe Santner. “I cannot recall her ever missing a practice or saying a negative word to a teammate.  It doesn’t hurt that she shoots like Steph Curry. It was a pleasure coaching her, and I am sure she has more basketball in her future.”

QCC New Women’s Volleyball Team Gets Assist from Its New Coach

QCC’s new women’s volleyball coach is all things volleyball. Emily Boutilette has played the sport for over 33 years and has been coaching volleyball for 15 years in all levels- high school, college and club level. In addition, she is the owner of a junior Olympic volleyball club in Worcester, the Dragons Volleyball Club.  QCC welcomes Ms. Boutilette and looks forward to an exciting volleyball season. Interested in joining? There’s still time! Contact the Athletic Center at 508.854.4317 for more information.

Men’s Soccer gets Underway this Fall with Seasoned Coach

QCC will be starting its new men’s soccer team with a season veteran in Coach Frank Balcarcel. Mr. Balcarcel spent four years with the Massachusetts Olympic Developmental Program and is active in the community as the Technical Director for Central Falls Youth Soccer.  He also coaches Premier at Bayside FC and InterAmerica Futsal. He holds an NSCAA Premier Diploma, a USSF National “C” license, Regional Level 2 Futsal and USSF Referee level 8. Coach Balcarcel is an active member of the National Soccer Coaches Association of America. To learn more on how you can be a part of QCC history and be a part of the men’s soccer team call the Athletic Center at 508.854.4317 for more information.

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