Bel Air, Md. – Fresh off winning his third Region 20 title in a row, head coach Jason Muffoletto looks to be in great shape to win a fourth consecutive championship as he enters his 14th season at the helm of the women’s soccer program at Harford. With nine returners from last year’s squad highlighted by All-American Alexandria Adams as well as a couple of key transfers and a strong freshmen class, the 2017 squad looks to be one of the strongest the Muffoletto has ever been able to put on the pitch.
Bel Air, Md. – The Harford women’s volleyball schedule has been released with a couple of intriguing tournaments highlighting an eventful slate of game. Head coach Will Wheeler heads into his third season after compiling a 40-20 record over his coachin…
Harford Community College Foundation’s board of directors elected six new members, each for a three-year term. The new board members are Andy Guckert, vice president, M&T Bank; Catherine Hryncewich,…
Bel Air, Md. – Throughout the 2016-17 academic year, Harford student-athletes dedicated themselves to serving others. Student-athletes from all 13 Fighting Owl teams participated in numerous community outreach programs as the athletics program continues to show their dedication to being active members in the area.
Bel Air, Md. – Former Harford women’s tennis star Haileigh Carper has finished her collegiate tennis career in outstanding fashion as she earned All-Conference honors in the Great Midwest Athletic Conference for NCAA Division II.
Bel Air, Md. – The long standing tradition of Harford student-athletes succeeding in the classroom continued in the 2016-17 season with three teams earning NJCAA academic honors and 21 student-athletes earning national honors.
Bel Air, Md. – The 2016-17 year was a historic season for the Harford women’s basketball team that saw them finish with a 29-4 record including regular season and postseason conference titles, a regional title, and earn an at-large bid to the national tournament where they won a game for the first time in program history. That team success has translated to individual accomplishment as six members of the team have signed to play at NCAA schools.
Bel Air, Md. – The Harford men’s basketball team had one of their best seasons in program history and the NCAA has taken notice as the entire sophomore class has signed letters of intent to play at the four-year level. The Fighting Owls will have four …
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Bel Air, Md. – Three Harford baseball student-athletes earned the prestigious honor of being named to the NJCAA All-American teams. Sophomore sluggers Tre Todd, Peyton Sorrels and Luke Johnson earned the prestigious national accolade with Todd making f…
Bel Air, Md. – Harford Fighting Owls star pitcher Will Reed became the ninth Fighting Owl to hear his name called in the Rule 5 MLB draft as he was picked up by the Pittsburgh Pirates in the 20th round and the 598th overall pick.
BEL AIR, Md. – The Harford Athletic Department was awarded both Maryland Junior College Athletic Conference (Md Juco) Presidents’ Cups for the 2016-17 season. Harford became the first school in league history to win both the Men’s and Women’s Cups in the same year in the 2014-15 season and have now done it for a second time.
Bel Air, Md. – Harford men’s lacrosse head coach Aaron Verardi and athletic director Ken Krsolovic are pleased to announce the hiring of Kevin Totaro as assistant coach and offensive coordinator effective immediately.
Bel Air, Md. – The Harford men’s lacrosse team saw a pair of their student-athletes earn national honors as Kyle Barkley and Nick Esser were named to the NJCAA All-American second team.
Bel Air, Md. – The Fighting Owls women’s lacrosse team earned three NJCAA All-Americans for the 2017 season as attacker Courtney Poole, midfielder Nina Urban, and goalkeeper Erica Wright were honored with the prestigious awards.