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Delaware Tech Athletics Weekly Roundup

302sports 309 Mar 4

Matt Marandola

Sydney Tyndall


Delaware Tech’s baseball team is off to a 7-1 start to open the 2020 season, and is currently ranked 19th in the National Junior College Athletic Association Division II standings.

Delaware Tech swept both games of back-to-back doubleheaders on Feb. 22 and 23, beating Atlantic Cape 10-9 and 10-5, and CCBC-Dundalk 6-4 and 16-0.

In the first game against Atlantic Cape, Jonathan Golebiowski (Wilmington/Delaware Military Academy) hit a three-run home run, while Ethan Watkinson (Millsboro/Sussex Central High School) hit a two-RBI triple. In the second game, Nicholas Carey (Laurel/Delmar High School) picked up a complete game win, while Ryan Koivu hit a two-run home run. 

In the first game against CCBC-Dundalk, Matt Marandola (New Castle/Delaware Military Academy) hit a three-run home run to lead Delaware Tech’s comeback, while Dylan Gros (Camden-Wyoming/Polytech High School) had 10 strikeouts. In the second game, Brian Downey (Wilmington/Concord High School) picked up the win, while Golebiowski and Watkinson each had doubles. 

Delaware Tech hosts Rowan College at Burlington County on Feb. 29, and travels to Montgomery College on March 1. All home games are at Delaware Tech’s Owens Campus in Georgetown.


Delaware Tech’s softball team started of the 2020 season with a 2-0 record after picking up wins over Rowan College at Gloucester County by scores of 4-2 and 4-3.

In the first game, McKenna Browning (Greenwood) had 10 strikeouts, while Colleen Cosbey (Seaford/Sussex Tech High School) hit a home run and had an RBI.

In the second game, Caitlin Pontak (Newark/Newark Charter School) had 10 strikeouts, Sydney Tyndall (Seaford/Delmar High School) had two doubles, and Kaylie Moore and Julia Reed (Milford/Milford High School) each had a double.

Delaware Tech hosts Camden County College in a doubleheader on March 1, and hosts College of Southern Maryland for a doubleheader on March 6. All home games are at Delaware Tech’s Owens Campus in Georgetown.

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Delaware Tech -- the First State’s only community college -- offers academic, technical, community education, and workforce development comprising more than 100 associate degree, diploma and certificate programs. The College is accredited by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education.  Delaware Tech has four campuses across Delaware in Georgetown, Dover, Stanton and Wilmington. For more information about Delaware Tech, visit