September 2016 ARCHIVES


Men’s Soccer Ranked #13

September 27, 2016

After a weekend that saw the Patrick Henry Community College Men's Soccer Team suffer it's first defeat, they moved up in the NJCAA DI Men's Soccer Poll to #13. Last week's poll placed the Pats as the #16 ranked team. Their next contest will be another tough one this weekend as the travel to Petersburg, VA to take on Richard Bland...
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Lady Pats Move to 9-1

September 20, 2016

The Lady Pats Volleyball Team increased their overall record to 9-1 (5-0 in Region X) tonight by defeating Louisburg College on the road 25-20, 25-23, 25-18. It was a come from behind win in the second set in a hostile gym, which saw PHCC down 20-15 before coming back for the win. Leading the Lady Pats to victory was Kristin...
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Patriots fight back to claim 7th win

September 17, 2016

Smith River Sports Complex- Patriots Men's Soccer team have claimed a 3-2 come back win from their rivals the Richard Bland Statesmen. Richard Bland came out with an aggressive start against their undefeated rivals ,the PHCC Patriots, scoring an early goal just 5 minutes into the first period. The Patriots also had their chances early...
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Sabrina Amos


September 16, 2016

Martinsville- The Lady Patriots Women’s Soccer team were unable to make it a two game winning streak after their narrow defeat to tough opponent Spartanburg Methodist on Wednesday night. The SMC Pioneers started the match forcefully netting two early goals. The Lady Pats acquired their first goal at the 24 minute mark as freshman,...
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Patriots vs Wake Tech


September 16, 2016

Martinsville- Patriots Men’s Soccer team once again finished with a convincing win following their match against Wake Tech on Wednesday night at Smith-River Sports Complex. Ranked 18th in the Nation in Division I NJCAA the Patriots came out firing, applying pressure to their opponent early in the match. This lead to a goal for PHCC’S...
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Men’s Soccer Moves Up to #18

September 13, 2016

After a week that saw Coach Crehan's group gain non-conference wins over Georgia Military College and CCBC-Essex, the Pats have now been ranked #18 in this weeks NJCAA DI Men's Soccer Poll. Ben Banaghan, last weeks NJCAA Player of the Week, leads the team in goals, points, and assists and Goalie Tony Allsopp has recorded 2 shutouts...


Banaghan Named NJCAA DI Soccer Player of the Week

September 9, 2016

MARTINSVILLE - After a week that saw PHCC Patriot Ben Banaghan score 17 points,  he gained National Player of the Week honors for NJCAA Division I Men's Soccer. Banaghan, a sophomore from Tipperary, Ireland, had 5 goals and 7 assists in wins over Hagerstown and Potomac State College.   He currently leads the undefeated, 25th...
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PHCC Women’s Soccer Defeats Wake Tech for Conference Win

September 8, 2016

  MARTINSVILLE - The Patrick Henry Community College Lady Pats gained their first win of the season with a 5-1 victory over Wake Tech Community College Wednesday night.  Monica Brown had 3 goals and an assist for PHCC. Fellow Freshman Naysa Sanchez and Sophomore Kelsie Nash each also scored a goal. Sabrina Amos had 4 saves...
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Lady Pats Volleyball Moves to 5-0

September 8, 2016

MARTINSVILLE — Patrick Henry's volleyball team continued their winning streak as they defeated Rockingham Community College in Region X competition.    The Lady Pats (5-0) won last night's match in straight sets pushing their streak to 5 in a row.  They have lost only 1 set early in the season. The Patriots are currently...
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Men’s Soccer Continues Hot Start With Weekend Sweep

September 3, 2016

MARTINSVILLE, VA - The Patrick Henry Community College Men's soccer team continued their winning streak by defeating Hagerstown Community College and Potomac State College this weekend on the road in West Virginia.  The Patriots defeated Hagerstown Friday night in a non-conference match up by the score of 6-2. Goals on the...
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