Louisburg College Fall Sports Wrap Up
Many talented student-athletes competed at the highest of levels for Louisburg College Athletics this Fall. Here you will find a brief recap for each program.
The Hurricanes began the season with three consecutive wins, holding each of their opponents to six points. A heartbreaking loss against the Apprentice School closed out the schedule.
“The last game was a tough loss for the players and coaches, but it didn’t put a damper on the entire season,” said coach Quinderra Spellman.
The Hurricanes finished with an overall record of 5-3.
Louisburg College Women's Soccer concluded the Fall 2022 season as NJCAA Region 10 Tournament Runner Up. The season was full of milestones and record-breaking achievements for the program.
It was the first winning record (8-4-1) and conference winning record (4-3-1) since 2016. Also, it was the highest winning percentage (.654) since 2014. The Hurricanes had their first appearance in the Region 10 tournament championship game since 2013.
Individual Awards include:
- Alaina Rivera, NJCAA Division II All-America Team, NJCAA Region 10 Division II Player of the Year, All-Region Second Team
- Kat Robinson, All-Region First Team
- Andrea Cazares, All-Region Second Team
- Morgan Jones, All-Region Honorable Mention
- Chris Fresco, Coach of the Year
Kat Robinson had the most goal keeper wins (8) and most shutouts (5) in Region 10 this season. Alaina Rivera had the second-most goals scored (23) in Region 10 this season (including four hat-tricks) & tied fourth-most assists (7) in Region 10 this season. Morgan Jones compiled the third-most assists (12) in Region 10. Leslie Reyes tied with fourth-most assists (7) in Region 10.
As far as single game records, the Hurricanes had the second-most goals scored in a game (18) in program history (record 20, in 2013). Alaina Rivera tied for second-most goals scored (6) in a single game in program history (record 8, in 2014 & tied-6, in 2012 and 2013). Morgan Jones tied for most assists (5) in a single game in program history (record tied-5, in 2014).
"This was an incredible season for the team," said coach Chris Fresco, "everybody put all of their energy into it and I'm so proud of what we accomplished together this year."
Despite an overall record of 3-4-2, the Men’s Soccer team proved itself well in conference play finishing 3-1-2 and earned a berth in the NJCAA Region 10 Tournament semifinals.
Individual Awards include:
- Eric Wrinkler, All-Region First Team
- Abdoulie Sanneh, All-Region First Team
- Luis Marin, All-Region Second Team
- Sebastian Agerschou, All-Region Second Team
- Cody Bell, All-Region Honorable Mention
"We had quite a bit of confidence going into the playoffs following our final regular season match," said coach Matthew Mozynski. "I'm really proud of the resiliency they showed all season."
The Women’s Volleyball team competed hard this season and came up short a few times. The team finished with an overall record of 11-15.
"Even though the season didn't go quite like we'd hoped, the team demonstrated a fighting spirit throughout," said coach Daniel Schulte.
Men’s Cross Country