September 2015 ARCHIVES

Robbi Campbell Named PHCC Head Softball Coach

September 28, 2015

MARTINSVILLE, VA – Roger “Robbi” Campbell has been named the head Lady Patriots softball coach at Patrick Henry Community College (PHCC) and will begin his duties immediately. Campbell previously served as a travel softball coach for the past seven years, in which he coached across the state and the region. He also coached...
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Elias Tamburini Named NJCAA National Player of the Week

September 24, 2015

Patrick Henry forward Elias Tamburini (Helsinki, Finland) was named NCJAA Men's Soccer Player of the Week for games played from Sept. 14-20. Tamburini led Patrick Henry to two wins last week against Cape Fear and USC Salkehatchie. Tamburini scored a combined 4 goals in those games and added 2 assists. The Patriots are now 6-4-1...
Filed under: Men's Soccer

PHCC volleyball hopes to ‘shock the world’

September 23, 2015

By BRIAN LUCKETT Sports Information Director A season that began with uncertainties and doubters has quickly become a season full of potential and believers. The Patrick Henry Community College volleyball team, which is in their inaugural season, has garnered considerable attention as they now own a record of 6-4 overall and 4-0 in...
Filed under: Volleyball

Beasley taking lead for PHCC

September 18, 2015

By HARRISON HAMLET Bulletin Sports Editor A cursory glance at any PGA Tour leaderboard will reveal flags from across the globe and lately the same can be said of Patrick Henry Community College’s golf team, as several internationals have joined the Patriots in the last two years. Through it all, however, Patrick County native...
Filed under: Men's Golf

Patriots’ men and women win easily on soccer field

September 13, 2015

By CARA COOPER Bulletin Sports Writer Patrick Henry Community College men’s and women’s soccer teams both picked up wins Saturday against Wake Tech off of 4-goal efforts from sophomore Elias Tamburini and freshman Christine Harris. The men won 6-1 and the women won 6-3 at Smith River Sports Complex. The men’s team, who was...

Patriots fall to Louisburg

September 11, 2015

By CARA COOPER Bulletin Sports Writer The Louisburg Hurricanes came to Smith River Sports Complex Thursday for a match against Patrick Henry, and mistakes cost the Patriots, as they fell 4-1, bringing their record to 3-2 in Region X. The Patriots played evenly with the Hurricanes for much of the first half. Goalkeeper Gabriel...
Filed under: Men's Soccer

Volleyball gets road win.

September 7, 2015

NJCAA VOLLEYBALL PHCC gets road win The PHCC Volleyball team beat Walters State Tuesday night in four tight sets in Morristown, TN - 25-23, 22-25, 25-22, 25-22. “We knew they would be up for us on their home court after we beat them at PHCC, but we were able to hold them off. It was a great road win,” head coach Kelly...
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Womens’s soccer fall to Warren-Wilson

September 7, 2015

By CARA COOPER Bulletin Sports Writer Patrick Henry Community College women’s soccer coach Larry Wylie admitted that his team has had a very tough early season schedule, with games against several four year programs like Hollins, Mary Baldwin, Averett and Sunday’s opponent, NCAA Division II school Warren Wilson. Even though the...
Filed under: Women's Soccer

Cross Country Opens Season at Virginia State Invitational

September 4, 2015

Todd Moran finished in 9th place with a time of 19:21 to lead the Patriots in Virginia State University's 5K Cross-Country Invitational. This was PHCC cross country's first meet in the program's inaugural season, in which they competed against runners from Virginia Union University, Shaw University and Virginia State...
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Great Start.

September 1, 2015

By CARA COOPER Bulletin Sports Writer Patrick Henry Community College men’s soccer team may not have gotten off to the start of the season they would have liked, but they’ve made up for it with three wins in a row, including a 4-1 win over USC Lancaster Sunday at Smith River Sports Complex. All three wins have come over...