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November 12, 2007
A one-day seminar, titled: "Geosynthetic Best Management Practices for Stormwater Management," designed for engineers, planners, contractors, inspectors and watershed association staff, will be Tuesday from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. at Garrett College. This session, presented by the University of Maryland's T2 Center, will offer insight into sediment control and erosion prevention, runoff control and site stabilization. To register, call 301-387-3069.
NEWS
By Ric Dugan | October 25, 2005
Olivia Novotny talks with a representative from Garrett College at Monday night's College Fair at Shepherd University in Shepherdstown, W.Va. Novotny is a junior at Hedgesville High School. More than 50 colleges and universities were scheduled to participate.
NEWS
January 6, 2007
Today's women's basketball game between Northern Virginia and Hagerstown Community College at the HCC athletic complex has been canceled because NOVA is unable to field a full team. The HCC men's game against Garrett College will be played as scheduled, with ticket sales beginning a 6 p.m. The game will begin at 7.
NEWS
August 24, 2004
McHENRY, Md. - North Hagerstown graduate Eric Hallenbeck has been named head baseball coach at Garrett College, succeeding Lee Bradley. Hallenbeck will also assume the duties of admissions recruiter for the Lakers. He joins Garrett College after spending the past eight years assisting Frostburg State University's baseball program and directing baseball camps and recruiting efforts. "Leaving a program where I've spent so long was tough but going to a program with the tradition of Garrett College made it an easy choice," Hallenbeck said.
NEWS
October 19, 2007
COLLEGE VOLLEYBALL HCC 3, Garrett 0 McHENRY, Md. - Jessica Ambrose had 22 assists and Sammi Snodderly added 11 assists and 10 aces as Hagerstown Community College won the Maryland JuCo title with a 30-7, 30-18, 30-15 victory over Garrett College. Ashley Arentz had six kills, Kira Ford had six aces and seven kills, Brittany Horn had five kills and seven aces, Kierra Nelson had six kills, Caitlyn Selby had nine kills and Kim Snavely had four aces and 11 digs for the Hawks (35-4, 11-0)
NEWS
April 18, 2009
GOLF Grier shoots par LAFAYETTE, La. -- Hagerstown's Ashley Grier shot an even-par 72 in the opening round of the Duramed FUTURES Louisiana Pelican Classic on Friday. Grier shot 35-37 and stood in a tie for 13th with 13 other players, all seven shots behind Liz Janangelo, who fired a front-nine 29 on the way to a 7-under 65. COLLEGE BASEBALL HCC 9, Garrett College 2 Spencer Cromer threw a three-hitter with nine strikeouts as HCC beat Garrett College.
NEWS
by JACK HILL III / Staff Correspondent | March 28, 2007
Hagerstown Community College used a six-run sixth inning to rally from a three-run deficit and defeat Garrett College 8-3 Tuesday afternoon in a Maryland JuCo Conference baseball game. Adam Thomke (1-2) gave up just three earned runs in 7 2/3 innings to get the win. "I was just able to throw strikes and I had faith in my defense," Thomke said. "I knew the defense was behind me. The defense really helped me out and it got me out of a lot of binds. I knew that our hitters would come through for us. " Trailing 3-0, HCC (8-9, 2-2)
NEWS
By TIM KOELBLE | March 5, 2006
FREDERICK, Md. There was a foul odor surrounding the Hagerstown Community College men's basketball team on Saturday. It was one of personal fouls and, in the end, it was one of defeat after the Hawks fell to Garrett College 77-60 in the semifinals of the Region XX JuCo Division I Tournament at Frederick Community College. The Hawks were tooted for 30 personals compared to 15 for Garrett, which moves on to face Allegany in the final today. At game's end, the Lakers (21-6)
NEWS
by TIM KOELBLE | March 6, 2005
koelble@herald-mail.com FREDERICK, Md. - A lack of desire certainly won't help a team having to stand up to pressure. That's a tough thought within the Hagerstown Community College basketball camp, but it's true to the feelings of some directly involved after the Hawks' 87-80 loss to Garrett College in the semifinals of the Region XX Division I Tournament Saturday at Frederick Community College. "We are too young of a team to handle this much pressure," said coach Kenny Keyes after the Hawks finished the season with a 20-10 record.
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April 18, 2009
GOLF Grier shoots par LAFAYETTE, La. -- Hagerstown's Ashley Grier shot an even-par 72 in the opening round of the Duramed FUTURES Louisiana Pelican Classic on Friday. Grier shot 35-37 and stood in a tie for 13th with 13 other players, all seven shots behind Liz Janangelo, who fired a front-nine 29 on the way to a 7-under 65. COLLEGE BASEBALL HCC 9, Garrett College 2 Spencer Cromer threw a three-hitter with nine strikeouts as HCC beat Garrett College.
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NEWS
November 12, 2007
A one-day seminar, titled: "Geosynthetic Best Management Practices for Stormwater Management," designed for engineers, planners, contractors, inspectors and watershed association staff, will be Tuesday from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. at Garrett College. This session, presented by the University of Maryland's T2 Center, will offer insight into sediment control and erosion prevention, runoff control and site stabilization. To register, call 301-387-3069.
NEWS
October 19, 2007
COLLEGE VOLLEYBALL HCC 3, Garrett 0 McHENRY, Md. - Jessica Ambrose had 22 assists and Sammi Snodderly added 11 assists and 10 aces as Hagerstown Community College won the Maryland JuCo title with a 30-7, 30-18, 30-15 victory over Garrett College. Ashley Arentz had six kills, Kira Ford had six aces and seven kills, Brittany Horn had five kills and seven aces, Kierra Nelson had six kills, Caitlyn Selby had nine kills and Kim Snavely had four aces and 11 digs for the Hawks (35-4, 11-0)
NEWS
by JACK HILL III / Staff Correspondent | March 28, 2007
Hagerstown Community College used a six-run sixth inning to rally from a three-run deficit and defeat Garrett College 8-3 Tuesday afternoon in a Maryland JuCo Conference baseball game. Adam Thomke (1-2) gave up just three earned runs in 7 2/3 innings to get the win. "I was just able to throw strikes and I had faith in my defense," Thomke said. "I knew the defense was behind me. The defense really helped me out and it got me out of a lot of binds. I knew that our hitters would come through for us. " Trailing 3-0, HCC (8-9, 2-2)
NEWS
January 6, 2007
Today's women's basketball game between Northern Virginia and Hagerstown Community College at the HCC athletic complex has been canceled because NOVA is unable to field a full team. The HCC men's game against Garrett College will be played as scheduled, with ticket sales beginning a 6 p.m. The game will begin at 7.
NEWS
By TIM KOELBLE | March 5, 2006
FREDERICK, Md. There was a foul odor surrounding the Hagerstown Community College men's basketball team on Saturday. It was one of personal fouls and, in the end, it was one of defeat after the Hawks fell to Garrett College 77-60 in the semifinals of the Region XX JuCo Division I Tournament at Frederick Community College. The Hawks were tooted for 30 personals compared to 15 for Garrett, which moves on to face Allegany in the final today. At game's end, the Lakers (21-6)
NEWS
By Ric Dugan | October 25, 2005
Olivia Novotny talks with a representative from Garrett College at Monday night's College Fair at Shepherd University in Shepherdstown, W.Va. Novotny is a junior at Hedgesville High School. More than 50 colleges and universities were scheduled to participate.
NEWS
by TIM KOELBLE | March 6, 2005
koelble@herald-mail.com FREDERICK, Md. - A lack of desire certainly won't help a team having to stand up to pressure. That's a tough thought within the Hagerstown Community College basketball camp, but it's true to the feelings of some directly involved after the Hawks' 87-80 loss to Garrett College in the semifinals of the Region XX Division I Tournament Saturday at Frederick Community College. "We are too young of a team to handle this much pressure," said coach Kenny Keyes after the Hawks finished the season with a 20-10 record.
NEWS
August 24, 2004
McHENRY, Md. - North Hagerstown graduate Eric Hallenbeck has been named head baseball coach at Garrett College, succeeding Lee Bradley. Hallenbeck will also assume the duties of admissions recruiter for the Lakers. He joins Garrett College after spending the past eight years assisting Frostburg State University's baseball program and directing baseball camps and recruiting efforts. "Leaving a program where I've spent so long was tough but going to a program with the tradition of Garrett College made it an easy choice," Hallenbeck said.
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