Posted Wednesday, May 1st, 2019
First Seeded CCM Takes on Mercer CC on May 4 During Titan Weekend
A celebration erupted on the County College of Morris softball field when a doubleheader sweep against Raritan Valley Community College Friday gave Lady Titans’ Coach Greg Wardlow his 400th win with the team.
With sparkling confetti raining down, team members gathered around home plate to celebrate the win. They presented a banner to Wardlow, of Mount Freedom.
“All of his 400 wins are a testament to his dedication and hard work. Coach Wardlow puts a lot of time and effort into this softball program,” said Jack Sullivan, director of Athletics at CCM. “I am very proud to work with him and also proud that he represents CCM on the field. This accomplishment doesn’t happen overnight.”
Wardlow joined the Titans in 2005. His coaching background includes 25 years as player/manager for the Kings Athletic Club of Central Jersey, a highly successful men’s softball team. Wardlow also served as head coach of the 18U Old Bridge Knights, winning two Central Jersey championships in the New York /New Jersey travel league.
CCM participates in the National Junior College Athletic Association Region XIX. Last year the Lady Titans finished with a record of 34-9, and finished as the runner-up in the region’s playoffs. For Spring 2019, the Lady Titans are currently the No. 1 seed in the upcoming Region XIX Softball Tournament that will be held at CCM during the college’s Titan Weekend on May 4 and 5. The CCM softball team also won the Garden State Athletic Conference championship for 2019.
Wardlow and the CCM softball team’s promotional video highlights the benefit of being on the team – the camaraderie! To learn more about the CCM Softball program, click here. Make a winning decision and apply to CCM today, and start right … finish strong.
Located on 222 acres of rolling terrain in Randolph, County College of Morris has been meeting the educational and training needs of residents and businesses in Morris County for 50 years. The college offers more than 45 associate degree programs, along with a full slate of certificate and workforce development programs. Included among its distinctions, CCM is the only community college in New Jersey to be named a National Center of Academic Excellence in Cyber Defense Education by the National Security Agency and Department of Homeland Security. Along with a strong STEM foundation, the college is known for the quality of its liberal arts, performing arts, health science, and culinary and hospitality programs.
The college holds more than 150 transfer agreements and its graduates annually transfer to the state’s and nation’s best four-year institutions. CCM is focused on excellence in teaching and lifelong learning through the delivery of exceptional programs and services that reflect a dedication to inclusiveness and diversity, educational advancement, cultural enrichment and workforce development.