The Tompkins Cortland Community College cross country team continues to make history in its inaugural season. Taking part in the Mid-State Athletic Conference Championship on Saturday, Robert Brehm (Groton/Groton H.S.) put his name in the record book as the first Panther runner ever to earn all-conference honors, thanks to his sixth-place finish. As a team, Tompkins Cortland finished fifth out of the seven schools in the MSAC.
The Tompkins Cortland Community College volleyball season came to a close on Saturday with the Panthers taking part in the Region III Pod hosted by Genesee Community College. The Panthers took part in three matches, dropping each in straight sets. The Panthers end the year with a record of 3-18.
Playing under a constant rain that turned into heavy downpours at times, the Tompkins Cortland Community College and SUNY Broome women’s soccer teams faced off in Dryden on Wednesday. Aside from a one-minute stretch in the second half, the two teams were evenly matched, but that one minute made all the difference as he visiting Hornets scored twice to earn a 2-0 win over the Panthers. The loss drops Tompkins Cortland to 4-7-1 overall and 1-3-1 in the Mid-State Athletic conference. Broome is 10-3 overall and 4-1 in the MSAC.
The Tompkins Cortland Community College volleyball team played just its second five-set match of the year Monday, going the distance before losing 3-2 at Cayuga Community College. The Panthers are now 3-15 overall and 0-6 in the Mid-State Athletic Conference. Cayuga is 1-23 and 1-5 in conference.
One of the top teams in the nation had its way with the Tompkins Cortland Community College women’s soccer team on Sunday, exactly as they have done all year. The final score at Mohawk Valley Community College was 11-0 in favor the Hawks, dropping the Panthers to 4-6-1 this season. Mohawk Valley is 13-0 this year, having scored 115 goals and allowed just two this season. The Panthers host SUNY Broome Wednesday in the home finale.
The Tompkins Cortland Community College men’s soccer team has ran up against some very strong teams this season, but Sunday found the Panthers facing off against the #5-ranked team in the nation on the road. The result was a lopsided loss as the final horn sounded with Mohawk Valley taking a 9-0 win. The Panthers are now 2-9 on the season while Mohawk Valley is now 14-2. The Panthers look to get back on track Wednesday at SUNY Broome.