THE DIVISION OF Arts, Sciences and General Studies (DASGS) Team One ensured that the St Vincent and the Grenadines Community College (SVGCC) Volleyball title remained at the Villa Campus with an emphatic 3-1 victory over the Division of Technical and Vocational Education when the finals of the 2022 SVGCC Invitational Volleyball competition played off last Friday March 25, at the villa campus grounds.
DASGS Team One was in a no-nonsense mood wrapping up the first set quickly, 25-12. The Division of Technical and Vocational Education bounced back to square things with a 25-20 second set win, but it was all DASGS Team One from there onward as they took the next two sets 25-20, 25- 13.
The Division of Arts, Sciences and General Studies Team Two, who needed all of five sets to dismiss the St. James School of Medicine took the third spot. St James School of Medicine won the first set 26-24, before DASGS Team Two stormed back to level the game with a 25-9 second set win. St. James took the lead once again with another exciting 25-23 third set victory, only to see the match level once more as the DASGS Two took the fourth set 25-22.
With all to play for and the crowd fully into the encounter, both teams were neck and neck in the final set until DASGS Team Two squeezed home with a 15-13 fifth set win, and the third place finish.
At the awards ceremony which followed the finals, the St. James School of Medicine MVP title went to Victoria Tomms; DASGS Two MVP award went to Leandro White; the MVP award for DTVE went to Shadron Delplesche, while Jamaar Cropper was named the MVP for DASGS One.
Marquis Pereira copped the MVP award of the finals; he was also voted as the 2022 St. Vincent and the Grenadines Community College Invitational Volleyball competition’s Most Valuable Player.
Meanwhile, the Division of Arts, Sciences and General Studies Team One, and the Division of Teacher Education ran away with the top spots in the 2022 St. Vincent and the Grenadines Community College Invitational Road Relay held on Friday morning March 25, 2022.
The DASGS Team One, seemingly on a Sunday morning run won the male relay in 49mins 9.94 seconds, with dethroned champions, DTVE in second place with a time of 54mins 00.41 seconds; while DASGS Team Two took the third spot in 58mins 42.34 seconds.
In the female category, the Division of Teacher Education took the top spot in 1hour 23 mins,19.17 seconds; the DTVE females were second in 1 hour, 24 mins, 47.73 seconds; while the Division of Nursing placed third in 1 hour, 25 mins, 50.03 seconds.