The Tigers Men’s Basketball program has a rich history of winning not only on the state and regional levels, but we have the honor of being the 2000 NJCAA National Champions. RCC Men’s Basketball has produced a significant amount of Regional team members, Regional All-Stars, NJCAA All-Tournament team members, NJCAA All-Americans and Coaches of the Year. In recent history, the Tigers have made national tournament appearances in 2010 (5th place) and 2012 (7th place).
The Lady Tigers Women’s Basketball team has a rich history of winning on the State and Regional levels. RCC Women’s Basketball has produced a significant amount of Regional team members, Regional All-Stars, NJCAA All-Tournament team members, NJCAA All-Americans and Coaches of the Year. In recent history, the Lady Tigers have made national tournament appearances in 2011 (2nd place), 2012 (2nd place) and 2013 (3rd place).
Kisandra Ayanbeku, Women’s Basketball Assistant Coach (5th year)
Coach Ayanbeku completed her undergraduate studies in business administration at Montclair State University in May 2011. While attending Montclair State, she was a two-time captain for the women's basketball team and received the school's Female Student-Athlete of the Year award in 2010. A two-time NJAC First-Team All-Conference selection, she scored more than 1,000 points in her career.
Coach Ayanbeku completed her Masters degree in Sports Administration from Canisius College in May 2014, while serving as a graduate assistant to the women's basketball team. Some of her responsibilities included making travel arrangements, creating practice plans, and handling game film exchange.
Coach Ayanbeku served as assistant women’s basketball coach at Roxbury Community College during the 2011-2012 season. As assistant coach, she took the role of recruiting coordinator and also helped with player development. During that season, the Lady Tigers posted a 27-4 record and won the NJCAA Division III Region 21 Championship.
RCC Track & Field has been extremely successful. As one of only a few community colleges in the region with a track team, RCC has been consistently producing NJCAA All-Americans (6 total). We have also had 3 NJCAA National Champions in their events, including an NJCAA record-holder in the 200m dash. The team has also had an NJCAA Academic All-American.
Tommie Campbell,Jr., Men's & Women's Indoor/Outdoor Track & Field Head Coach
College: University of Rhode Island
Years Coaching: 13
Tommie Campbell, Jr. is entering his eighth season as the Head Coach of the Men's and Women's Track & Field Team at Roxbury Community College. He is certified as a USATF Level 1 Coach.
During his years at RCC, Coach Campbell has produced 6 NJCAA All-American's including 3 national champions.
Campbell joined RCC after four seasons of coaching the Track & Field Program at the John D. O'Bryant School of Math and Science in Roxbury, MA. He also previously coached at Brighton High School (Brighton, MA). During his tenure at RCC, he has coached two National Champions and six All-Americans.
Coach Campbell earned a Bachelor of Science in Physical and Secondary Education from the University of Rhode Island (URI), where he was nationally recognized as a Track & Field athlete. In 1991, he was named the New England Track & Field Athlete of the Year, and the following year became the URI record holder in the Long Jump. He was a six-time New England Collegiate Triple Jump Champion, and, in 1993, Campbell was a United States Olympic Festival Participant and a World Champion Trials Qualifier in the Triple Jump.
A resident of Boston, Campbell currently teaches at UMana Middle School Academy.
Jerome Singleton, Asst. Men’s & Women’s Track & Field Coach