JCCC men’s, women’s hoops ranked in top 20 as season starts
“The JCCC women’s and men’s basketball teams will open the 2011-12 season ranked among the top 20 teams nationally.
The Lady Cavaliers have been selected the No. 4 ranked team in NJCAA Division II. This is the 12th consecutive season JCCC has appeared in the NJCAA Preseason Poll. They finished 32-5 and fifth in the NJCAA tournament last season.
The men are ranked 17th after finishing 19-12 and runner-up in the region tournament. The Cavaliers were national champions in 2001 and 2009.
The women open play against William Penn University JV, at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 2 at home, and the men host Penn Valley at 8 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 8.”
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Kovac to discuss Meyerowitz photos at Oct. 28 Noon at the Nerman program
“Jason Kovac, executive director, academic initiatives, is the presenter for the Noon at the Nerman program and discussion series at noon Friday, Nov. 4.
He will discuss two photos by Joel Meyerowitz on the first floor of GEB: “Bay Sky Series Provincetown” and “Roseville Cottages, Turo Cornhill Beach.”
Noon at the Nerman is a weekly interdisciplinary program examining works of art on view at the Nerman Museum of Contemporary Art or on campus. Students, staff and visitors will gather at the Nerman Atrium at noon on Fridays then walk to one of the artworks on campus or in the Nerman Museum of Contemporary Art to hear a JCCC faculty or staff member speak briefly on that work of art.
It’s free, and no reservations are required.
Interested in presenting? Contact Allison Smith, professor of art history, at ext. 3498 or by e-mail.”
Get The Led Out on Nov. 19 brings back Led Zeppelin favorites
“An East Coast band that captures the essence of your old Led Zeppelin albums and performs them live on stage will appear at 8 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 19, in Yardley Hall as part of JCCC’s Performing Arts Series.
Get The Led Out, based in Philadelphia, is a group of accomplished musicians who deliver “the mighty Zep’s” blues-soaked, groove-driven rock anthems along with their intimate, sit-down acoustic sets. They are passionate about the music played by the British rock band between 1968 and 1980.
Tickets, which are $35 and $25, are available through the college box office at 913-469-4445 or online at jccc.edu/TheSeries. Remember, JCCC employees can purchase up to four tickets for the show at half price. Employee pricing is available by phone or in person at the box office, but not online.
Read more about the band here.”