Student Athletic Programs

Student Athletic Programs

The Faculty-Student Association sponsors programs in women's and men's intercollegiate athletics. The College is a member of the National Junior College Athletic Association and participates in Region XV competition.

The women's intercollegiate program has gained national prominence, fielding regional championship teams in bowling, volleyball, basketball, soccer, cross country, lacrosse, softball, tennis, and track. The women's program has won two national championships, one in soccer and one in tennis.

The men's intercollegiate program takes pride in its dominance over other junior colleges in Region XV. The men's teams have captured national titles in bowling, baseball, soccer, golf, wrestling and lacrosse, along with numerous regional titles in cross country, football, basketball, tennis, and track.

In addition, the intercollegiate Athletic Department sponsors teams in women's dance, cheerleading, and coed equestrian teams.

All student athletes must be registered as full-time students (12 credits or more) to maintain athletic eligibility.; Student-athletes should visit the Athletic Department office for further clarification on transfer status, Grade Point Average, and other matters.

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