March 2016 ARCHIVES


Men’s soccer battles NCAA, Division II UNC-Pembroke to 0-0 draw

March 31, 2016

MARTINSVILLE, Va. -- The final 10 minutes of Patrick Henry Community College's (PHCC) men's soccer spring exhibition match Wednesday (Mar. 30) against NCAA, Division II UNC-Pembroke had the feel of a conference championship. In a competitive, high-intensity 90 minutes under the lights at the Smith River Sports Complex in...
Filed under: Men's Soccer

Stewart bunt

Patriots top Rockingham C.C. 11-1

March 31, 2016

WENTWORTH, N.C. -- For the second time in a week the Patrick Henry Community College (PHCC) baseball team defeated Region X, Division III Rockingham Community College. The Patriots (20-13) closed the month of March on Wednesday (Mar. 30) with a 15-5 record, following an 11-1 win over the Eagles in a shortened seven innings. The win...
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Tovin Saleh

Tovin Saleh earns offer at Clayton State

March 30, 2016

MARTINSVILLE, Va. -- Swedish international Tovin Saleh didn't know what to expect when she arrived at Patrick Henry Community College (PHCC). Now, she can expect a future of soccer and continued studies at Clayton State University in Morrow, Ga. Saleh, a two-year starter for the Patriots women's soccer team, signed her national...
Filed under: Women's Soccer

Tamburini soccer

Patriots men’s soccer opens spring schedule

March 30, 2016

MARTINSVILLE, Va. -- Coming off a successful 2015 campaign, the Patrick Henry Community College (PHCC) men's soccer team is ready to send off its sophomores with one last moment on the turf at the Smith River Sports Complex. The Patriots open their mini spring schedule with an exhibition match tonight (Mar. 30) at 7:30 p.m. against...
Filed under: Men's Soccer

Cameron soccer

Cameron Emerson finds spot at NCAA, Division II Anderson University

March 29, 2016

MARTINSVILLE, Va. -- If traveling halfway across to world to southern Virginia wasn't stressful enough, then making the four-plus hour trek from Martinsville, Va. to Anderson, S.C. should be no problem for Patrick Henry Community College (PHCC) freshman men's soccer player Cameron Emerson. Emerson, a native of Wellington, New Zealand,...
Filed under: Men's Soccer

Osman O Sillah

Osman O Sillah signs with NCAA, Division II Post University

March 29, 2016

MARTINSVILLE, Va. -- Patrick Henry Community College (PHCC) men's soccer coach Enda Crehan has had a special connection with sophomore Osman O Sillah over the last several years. Not only did he help bring the Finish international to the United States to play at Carlisle School in Martinsville, Va. but later brought him back to his...
Filed under: Men's Soccer


Lady Pats continue to make strides in wake of weekend setback

March 27, 2016

MARTINSVILLE, Va. -- Coming off a series of wins in a row last weekend -- the first of the season -- Patrick Henry Community College (PHCC) softball coach Robbi Campbell hoped for a continuation this weekend against Lakeland Community College (Ohio) and Richard Bland College. In some aspects, Campbell saw what he was looking for,...
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Patriots roll in 14-3 win over Rockingham C.C.

March 24, 2016

WENTWORTH, N.C. -- The month of March has been a boisterous one for the Patrick Henry Community College (PHCC) baseball team. Wednesday (Mar. 23), the Patriots kept on rolling with a 14-3, 7-inning win over Rockingham Community College. PHCC defeated the Eagles 19-6 on Mar. 9 at Hooker Field in Martinsville and exhibited a similar...
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Tamburini action

Tamburini set to play in Nashville this summer

March 15, 2016

By CHRIS PRIDE MARTINSVILLE, Va. -- Patrick Henry Community College (PHCC) sophomore soccer transfer Elias Tamburini is set to have a busy summer in the south. The All-Region X first teamer and third-team NJCAA All-American is set to play for Nashville FC of the National Premier Soccer League (NPSL). It'll be the second straight...
Filed under: Men's Soccer

Maynard 2

Maynard embodies role of No. 1 starter

March 14, 2016

By CHRIS PRIDE MARTINSVILLE, Va. -- The week-long process for a starting pitcher in baseball, let alone a staff's No. 1, is unlike any other in sports. The expectations laid upon just one start a week, for some, is too much to handle, let alone the tireless, behind-the-scenes preparation that leads up to cementing a possible...
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