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Metropolitan Community College consolidates athletics for Fall 2018

Metropolitan Community College’s four National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) memberships will consolidate to one membership effective Fall 2018. The primary goal of consolidating MCC’s athletic programs is to expand student athletes’ access to the full range of MCC academic programs at all five campuses.

  • Men’s and women’s soccer will be housed at the MCC-Blue River campus.
  • Men’s baseball and women’s softball will be housed at the MCC-Maple Woods campus.
  • Men’s and women’s basketball will be housed at the MCC-Penn Valley campus,
  • Women’s cross country and women’s volleyball will be housed at the MCC-Longview campus.

Coach David Owens will oversee the men’s and women’s soccer teams. With consolidation, future student-athletes will be able to take classes at any one of the five MCC campuses and still play soccer for MCC.  

On December 7, 2017, MCC announced that Wolves will be the name of the new mascot. If interested in becoming a part of the MCC Wolves soccer program, please click on the recruiting link (http://athletics.mcckc.edu/brwomsoc/recruit.asp) and fill out a form!  

Collectively, both MCC soccer teams have been to five NJCAA Region 16 finals, winning three regional titles since being founded in 2007.  With the pooling of talent and resources, the future of the program is very promising!  Come join the pack and run with the Wolves! 

 

 

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