SPC Men’s and Women’s Basketball Final Home Games

Many of you have said “I have to get out and see an SPC basketball game.”  Well, this is your last chance for the 2016-2017 Basketball Seasons. 

For the men, a win will secure the Conference Title and a spot at the NJCAA FCSAA Region 8 State Tournament!

Come out and celebrate our SPC Sophomores from our Men and Women’s Basketball teams as they play their last home games at St. Petersburg College!  On Wednesday, February 22nd at 7pm the Men’s Basketball team will take on Polk State College.  A win for the Titan’s and they will claim back to back Suncoast Conference Championships.  Additionally, a win will guarantee SPC an automatic bid to the State Tournament in Ocala March 8-11th.  We need as many students, faculty and staff out as possible as Polk State College travels well.

Check out this interview with 6ft. 9 sophomore from Senegal, Africa- Pape Ngom…. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8cJc2rNZJMM&t=139s

Great comeback year for Coach D and the Lady Titans!

On Saturday, February 25th, the Lady Titan’s Basketball team will take on the Sante Fe Saints at 2pm and celebrate our Sophomores last game as Lady Titan’s.  Our ladies had a great season but fell a little short of post season play. 

Also, our Titans Baseball, Softball and Tennis teams are in full swing!  For more information about athletics at SPC, visit our website at athletics.spcollege.edu.

 

 

 

About Jeff Cavanagh

Jeff Cavanagh spent his freshman year at St. Petersburg Junior College back in the early 70s before enlisting in the United States Navy. Soon after, he attended Jacksonville University on a Navy ROTC scholarship. After college, he was commissioned and became a qualified Surface Warfare Officer spending the next 22 years honing his skills as a ship-handler and expert recruiter before retiring in 1994. Jeff expresses a deep sense of pride in St. Petersburg College due to connections that go back many years. His father, Tom Cavanagh, was a career Air Force fighter pilot and combat veteran who taught Geography and Western Civilization at St. Petersburg Junior College in the 60’s and 70’s.

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