PORT HURTON, Mich. — The Catawba Valley Community College women’s basketball team’s historic 2022-23 season came to a close on Wednesday with a 68-59 overtime loss to Niagara County during consolation play at the NJCAA DII Women’s Basketball Championship at the SC4 Arena.
PORT HURON, Mich. — The Catawba Valley Community College women’s basketball team battled all game long in its NJCAA Division II national tournament debut on Tuesday, but ultimately fell 60-42 to defending national champion Kirkwood at the SC4 Fieldhouse.
HICKORY, N.C. — The Catawba Valley Community College women’s basketball team learned its national tournament fate on Tuesday during the National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) Division II Selection Show.
The Red Hawks (16-12) earned the 14th seed in the tournament, and they will take on defending national champion Kirkwood (29-2) in their tournament opener on Tuesday, March 21 at 11 a.m. at the SC4 Arena in Port Huron, Mich.
All of the NJCAA DII Women’s Basketball Championship games will be streamed live on the NJCAA Network at njcaa.org/network.
HICKORY, N.C. — The Catawba Valley Community College baseball team completed a three-game conference sweep against Guilford Tech on Friday and Saturday at Henkel-Alley Field at the Hickory American Legion Fairgrounds.
The Red Hawks’ record improves to 12-11 overall and 7-4 in Region 10 play.
Game one: Catawba Valley 8, Guilford Tech 7
The Red Hawks fought off a late rally by the Titans to earn the victory in game one of the series on Friday afternoon.
Carter Lindsay led the Red Hawks on offense, going 3-for-5 at the plate with two RBI, while teammate Jake Gorman drove in a team-high three RBI on two hits.
Red Hawk pitcher Matthew Hall earned his first win of the season. He allowed five hits, three earned runs, three walks and struck out six batters.
Game two: Catawba Valley 12, Guilford Tech 0
The Red Hawks pounded out 12 runs on 12 hits to earn a five-inning win in game two of the set on Saturday.
Carter Lindsay led the Red Hawks with three hits and three RBI, while Jack Steves and John Dippold added two hits each.
On the mound, Trace Baker improved to 2-1 on the season. He allowed two hits, one walk and struck out five batters in five innings.
Game three: Catawba Valley 4, Guilford Tech 3
A walk-off home run by Jack Stevens in bottom of the seventh inning helped the Red Hawks complete the series sweep on Saturday.
Stevens finished the game with a team-high three hits and two RBI. Carter Lindsay and Sean Seale also drove in one run each for CVCC.
Red Hawk reliever J.D. Lewis earned the win. He struck out the lone two batters he faced.
Winners of four-straight games, the Catawba Valley Community College baseball team returns to action on Thursday for a non-conference contest against Caldwell CC&TI at L.P. Frans Stadium. First pitch is set for 3 p.m.
HICKORY, N.C. — The 18th-ranked Catawba Valley Community College softball team swept its conference-opening doubleheader on Wednesday, defeating Southwest Virginia in two games held at Highland Recreation Center Field 1.
The Valley: 2020 CVCC Baseball - "Weather the Storm"Battling the elements, the 2020 Catawba Valley Community College baseball program endures its first struggles of the spring season. Featuring sounds from Red Hawks sophomore captain and pitcher Storm Mace and head coach Paul Rozzelle.
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The Valley: 2020 CVCC Baseball - "We're Talkin' About Practice"Get an inside look at the first official spring practices for the 2020 Catawba Valley Community College baseball program, featuring sounds from Red Hawks head coach Paul Rozzelle, assistant coach Kris Harvey, assistant coach Chandler Jenkins, sophomore captain Ryan Healy and assistant coach Randal Ortiz.
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The Valley: 2020 CVCC baseball - "The Beginning"Get an inside look at the first team meeting for the 2020 Catawba Valley Community College baseball program, featuring Red Hawks head coach Paul Rozzelle and life coach David Daly.
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CVCC's Emma Clark reflects on First Team All-American honorCatawba Valley Community College sophomore volleyball player Emma Clark reflects on being named a First Team All-American by the National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) for the second-straight year — the first student athlete in school history to be named a First Team All-American twice in a career.
Clark finished her CVCC career with a record 326 blocks, surpassing former Red Hawk volleyball standout Anna Henderson's mark of 311 blocks.
The former Watauga High School product and Boone, N.C. native also ended her career ranked in the top-three in several statistical categories, including 735 kills (third), 1016.5 points scored (third) and 1.27 blocks per set (second).
2019 CVCC Athletics Hall of Fame recapCatawba Valley Community College officially inducts its first-ever Athletics Hall of Fame class during a special ceremony held on Dec. 2, 2019 at the Workforce Solutions Complex on the campus of CVCC.
Inductees include former golf coach Charlie Bock, former athletic director and men's basketball coach Jeff Moore, former student athletes Daniel Fraga (baseball), Terri Ferber Fulbright (volleyball) and Kadesha Gibbs and the 1990 CVCC National Championship golf team.
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Emma Clark, National Offensive Player of the WeekFollowing a solid performance last week at the Region X-travaganza, Catawba Valley Community College volleyball sophomore Emma Clark has been named the National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) Offensive Player of the Week.
Volleyball Attended Spring Scrimmage at ElonThe Red Hawks lost to host team NCAA Division 1 Elon University in 2 close sets, 22-25 and 23-25.
The Hawks also went won 1 and lost 2 sets to Catawba College and beat NC A&T in 3 sets.
Volleyball Spring Scrimmage Schedule ReleasedTournament Dates -
March 16th @ NCAA D1 Elon University playing Elon, UNCG, NCAT, and Catawba
March 28th @ Catawba Valley vs. NCAA D2 Queens 6:00
April 6th @ Catawba Valley vs. NCAA D2 Playing LenoirRhyne, LeesMcRae, Catawba College, Belmont Abbey, UNC Pembroke
April 13th @ NCAA D1 Western Carolina University
2018 Catawba Valley volleyball hype and intro videoTake a look at the 2018 edition of the Catawba Valley Community College volleyball program and its players! #RiseUpAndInspire #theValley
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Volleyball Performs Well at Newberry TournamentThe Catawba Valley Red Hawks had the opportunity to scrimmage some great competition this weekend at Newberry College. The Red Hawks split sets with Carolina Conference South Division powerhouse Emmanuel College. The Hawks lost in straight sets to host Newberry, but rebounded nicely against Limestone winning both sets.
Red Hawks building bond with Shuford studentsCatawba Valley Community College baseball coach Paul Rozzelle and freshman pitcher Timothy Davila, along with Shuford Elementary School fifth-grade teacher Cayley Berry reflect on the special relationship between the Red Hawks athletes and Owl students.
Volleyball Scrimmages with Gardner-WebbThe Red Hawks had a good showing facing NCAA Division I Gardner-Webb. This was the first spring scrimmage of the year for both teams, GWU won the scrimmage 3-1. The Red Hawks had a commanding lead in the first set but were unable to close it out losing 22-25. The 2nd set went better (25-21) for the Hawks with a win to tie up the scrimmage 1-1. The 3rd set was very competitive as the lead changed several times and the Bulldogs finished on top 26-28. In the 4th GWU ended the scrimmage with a score of 20-25.
VIDEO: Mitchell hits walk-off single in 3-2 CVCC winSophomore third baseman Graham Mitchell hits a walk-off single to left field with runners on first and second in the bottom of the ninth inning to give Catawba Valley its 3-2 win in game two of the series against USC Union on Saturday, Feb. 24, 2018 at Henkel-Alley Field.
CVCC baseball players recognized on WHKYFour current and three former Catawba Valley Community College baseball players were showcased by Jason Savage on WHKY after all seven athletes were named Players to Watch by Collegiate Baseball Newspaper in its Jan. 5, 2018 publication.
CVCC women's basketball defeats No. 6 Cape Fear 12-19-17The Catawba Valley Community College women's basketball team closes out the 2017 calendar year by defeating No. 6 Cape Fear at the Tarlton Complex on Dec. 19, 2017.
Hear postgame comments from head coach Tisha England and sophomores Shaniya Lester and Joyous Wilson.
Volleyball Announces 2017 Spring ScheduleVolleyball Announces 2017 Spring Schedule:::
March 4th at Home:::
March 23rd at Catawba College:::
April 8th at Gardner Webb University:::
April 12th at Lenoir Rhyne University
2016 CVCC Red Hawks Baseball Hype VideoThe Catawba Valley Red Hawks baseball team has worked hard to prepare for the 2016 season. Check out the teams off season workouts and some highlights from the 2015 World Series. To find out more about the Red Hawks check out http://GoCVCC.com
NJCAA World Series, Night with the AggiesAt the NJCAA DII World Series teams are given host teams. The Catawba Valley Red Hawks had the 7u/8u/11u Oklahoma Aggies. It is to small to say that they have made our experience amazing. We have all felt at home and loved from the time we arrived in Enid.
A massive thank you to our host team and all they do.
CVCC is the RedHawksCVCC will change their mascot from the Buccaneers to the Red Hawks in the 2014-15 season.
This is a video played at the release of the announcement at Spring Fling on April 9th, 2014.