Union County College

Union County College

Roster

No.    Name                      
Pos.    
Year   
HeightHometown
1Destiny SchulerGFR5'7Jersey City, N.J.
3Jessica WashingtonGFR5'5Irvington, N.J.
5Chania JohnsonGFR5'7Newark, N.J.
11Rhoda AgyemangG/FFR5'10Irvington, N.J.
13Quadasia DanielsFFR5'10Newark, N.J.
15Yaneiry HolguinG/FSO5'10Elizabeth, N.J.
20Kenu OgbevireCFR6'0Roselle Park, N.J.
21Tania ScottG/FFR5'5Newark, N.J.
23Yamel AbreuG/FFR5'9Elizabeth, N.J.
42Cynthia FerreiraG/FFR5'10Harrison, N.J.
44Jessica WoodsCFR6'2Linden, N.J.

Team Overview

Union County College’s Women’s Basketball Team is heading back to the National Junior College Athletic Association National Tournament from March 18 to 24, 2018. The Women’s Basketball team competed in the NJCAA Women’s Basketball District N Championship Tournament. The Lady Owls defeated Harcum College by a score of 85-48 to qualify to participate in the national championship.

In addition to winning the District N Championship, the Lady Owls were also named the Garden State Athletic Conference and Region XIX Champions. Jessica Woods received the MVP award for her performance with 29 points, 19 rebounds and 5 blocks.

The Lady Owls will head to Harrison, Arkansas for the NJCAA Division II Women’s Basketball National Championship.

In addition to the win by the Lady Owls, Head Coach Marbely Montas was named the Region XIX Coach of the Year.