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COLLEGE FOOTBALL: PRIVATEERS NAME ZACH STERLING ASSISTANT COACH

Maritime College PrivateersThe Maritime College football team and head coach Mickey Rehring announced the addition of Zach Sterling to the coaching staff as an Assistant Coach and Offensive Line Coach on August 1. Sterling will also serve as the Strength and Conditioning Coach for the athletic department.

I’d like to thank Coach Rehring and the Director of Athletics, Kris Schnatz, for the opportunity to coach here at Maritime College,” said Sterling. “I am excited to help continue the success and tradition of Maritime Football and to be back in New York coaching the game I love.” Continue reading

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KEITH “THE KLASH” BARNES OF THE MARITIME COLLEGE PRIVATEERS GARNERS PRE-SEASON FOOTBALL HONORS

 Maritime rising-junior Keith Barnes (Westbury, N.Y./Westbury)was named to the Consensus Draft Services’ Preseason All-American Second Team Defense, becoming the first Privateer football player to be named an All-American since the Continue reading

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PRIVATEER PREVIEW

THROGGS NECK, N.Y. (Nov. 19, 2010) – The Maritime football team will be traveling to Upstate New York this weekend to take on the Alfred Saxons on Saturday, Nov. 20, in the first round of the 2010 NCAA Division III Football Tournament. Kickoff between the Privateers and Saxons is scheduled for noon at Alfred’s Merrill Field. Continue reading

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GETTING TO KNOW THE MARITIME COLLEGE PRIVATEERS QUARTERBACK

 Courtesy of Maritime College Sports Information, it’s a relaxed look at Privateers quarterback Joey Dickey, Official Balladeer’s Blog nickname: Jersey Joey. As reported in my look at noteworthy results from October 30th’s games the Privateers are 9-0 and already clinched the Eastern Collegiate Football Conference title. With just one game left in the regular season the only team that stands between Maritime College and perfection is the Gallaudet Bison. Continue reading

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