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The Evolution of AACC Sports

Wingspan — Spring 2022 — When AACC’s Fighting Pioneers started hitting the court in the 1960s, the only athletics team for the school was men’s basketball and the court was the Severna Park High School gym. Much has changed since then.

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Mateo Escobosa

As a high school student, Mateo Escobosa applied to four-year schools like most of his classmates. He wasn’t sure what he wanted to study though and didn’t want to spend a ton of money to figure it out.

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Courtney Gregory

After her experience as a caregiver for her father, Courtney Gregory decided to return to school to pursue a degree in nursing.

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COVID Upheaval, the Maryland Promise and New Beginnings

In March 2020, Jasmine Pratt was enjoying her job as a project manager for a Maryland translation company, working with linguists from around the world. When COVID hit, she was laid off.

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Carlos Angelo Guino

Carlos Angelo Guino enrolled in the Early College Access Program (ECAP) so he could take college classes at a lower price while still in high school.

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