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Muskegon Community College Intercollegiate Athletics

MCC offers its student-athletes the opportunity to compete in 13 men's and women's intercollegiate sports - the most of any community college in the State of Michigan. The Jayhawks compete in the Western Conference of the Michigan Community College Athletic Conference (MCCAA) and in Region XII of the National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA). 

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Volleyball Stays Perfect at Home

Jayhawks continue their winning ways at home by defeating the Chargers of Ancilla College 3-0 on Tuesday, September 30. Set scores were 25-20, 25-18, and 25-23. This marked the first match of the second half of the conference schedule and the Jayhawks were determined to keep themselves in position to challenge for another conference title. The Jayhawks are now 7-1 in conference play.
  
Stat leaders were: Dani Jones with 12 Kills , Meghan Birr with 33Assists, Morgan Kelley with 4 Aces, Brooke Morgan with 13 Digs, Lindsey Kotecki with 3 Blocks. The Jayhawks will be in action again this Thursday, October 2 in Jackson, Mich. to play Jackson Community College.

 

Volleyball Goes One and One on Day Two of Raider Invitational

On Sunday, September 28 the second day of the Raider Invitation hosted at Grand Rapids Community College the Jayhawks split their two matches losing to nationally ranked Owens Community College 3-0 and then beating Lawrence Tech JV 3-0 in the last match of the day.

 

The Owens match was a rematch from 4 weeks ago when the Jayhawks beat them 3-2 as part of the Owens Invitational. Set scores were 25-13, 25-18, and 25-20. The Jayhawks were led by freshman Morgan Kelley (Cadillac, MI/Cadillac HS) with 15 kills and sophomore Meghan Birr (Muskegon, MI/Mona Shores HS) with 5 kills and 25 assists, but could not generate enough offensive to get the win.

 

In the closing match of the day the Jayhawks rebounded with a strong showing against Lawrence Tech JV beating them 25-18, 25-15, and 25-16. On offense the Jayhawks were led by sophomore Dani Jones (Grand Rapids, MI/Northview HS) with 11 Kills while Morgan Kelley chipped in with 8 Kills. Meghan Birr turned in a solid all-around game as she had 6 Kills, 31 Assists, 5 Aces, and 7 Digs. Sophomore Lindsey Kotecki (Williamston MI/Williamston HS) contributed 7 Kills, 3 Aces, and 10 Digs while sophomore Brooke Morgan (Belmont, MI/Comstock Park HS) led the way defensively with 14 Digs.

 

The Jayhawks overall record now stands at 13-12 with two conference matches this week against Ancilla College at home on Tuesday, September 30 and at Jackson CC on Thursday, October 2.

 

Women’s Soccer Wins Two in a Row

The Jayhawks hosted Lake Michigan College today, Sunday, September 28 at Orchard View High School.  MCC won 2-1 and had the lead at halftime 1-0. The Jayhawks went 2-0 on their weekend at home beating Delta yesterday 1-0.

 

Freshman Alyssa Benedict (Muskegon, MI/West Michigan Christian HS) scored the first half goal. Freshman Haylie Hanks (Nunica, MI/Fruitport HS) got in behind, got a shot off, the keeper let a rebound and Alyssa Benedict put in the back of the net. “We played a really good in the second half. We were able to controlled the fifteen minutes of the game.” Said Head coach Josh Watson. “Finally our fitness has paid off.”  With about 12 minutes left Alyssa Benedict slotted a ball to sophomore Taylor Walker (Muskegon, MI/Reeths-Puffer) and she shot far post upper corner.  That was the game winning goal for the Jayhawks.

 

The Jayhawks will look to continue their win streak Saturday, October 4 against Cincinnati State Tech & CC at home. Game time is 3:00 pm at Orchard View HS.  

 

Women’s Cross Country Wins Brissman-Lundeen Invite

The 20th-ranked MCC Women's Cross Country team had an impressive race Friday, September 26 at the Brissman-Lundeen Invitational hosted by Augustana College at Saukie Golf Course in Rock Island, Ill.  Despite the race time temperature close to 80 degrees, the Jayhawks took home the community college division championship. 

 

Leading the way was freshman Deanna Near (Montague, MI/Montague HS) breaking her own 6k school record in 23:46 for 6k, finishing 54th of 498 runners.  Rounding out the top 7 in order were: sophomore Andrea Lavigne (Ludington, MI/Mason County Central HS) in a season best 6k time, freshman Andie Young (grand Have, MI/Grand Haven HS), freshman Marlee Harris (Buckley, MI/Buckley HS), freshman Sabrina Smith (Hart HS), freshman Raquel Zavala (Muskegon HS) in a personal best time, and sophomore Brielle Johnson (N. Muskegon, MI/North Muskegon HS) in a season best time. 

 

"The women did what they needed to do today," said Coach Dan Fishel. "This is the 2nd year in a row the women have won the community college division of this massive race, but this year we had to run better to win because the field was much tougher than last year.  In the process we beat the 25th-ranked team in the country Moraine Valley Community College.”   The Jayhawks run next at the Lansing Community College Invitational at Grand Woods Park on Friday, October 3rd. 

 

Men’s Cross Country Finishes 4th at the Brissman-Lundeen Invite

The MCC Men's Cross Country team had an impressive race Friday, September 26 at the Brissman-Lundeen Invitational hosted by Augustana College at Saukie Golf Course in Rock Island, Illinois. Despite the race time temperature close to 80 degrees, the Jayhawks had the 4th lowest total meet score of the community colleges and beat 5 other community colleges in the process.  Although the women won their division, the men's team was the most improved as the top five men ran all-time personal best 8k times. 

 

Leading the way was sophomore Jacob Baker (Norton Shores, MI/Mona Shores HS) who ran 26:55 taking 90th place out of 532 runners.  Rounding out the top 7 in order were: freshman Colin Duca (Muskegon, MI/Mona Shores HS), freshman Austin Persoon (Scottville, MI/Mason County Central HS), freshman Dominic Flores (Fruitport, MI/Fruitport HS), freshman Lenin Castillo (Hart, MI/Hart HS), freshman Austin Kleiner (Spring Lake, MI/Hesperia HS), and freshman Dylan Medendorp (Whitehall, MI/Whitehall HS). 

 

"The men's team is really putting in the miles and working hard to improve," said Coach Dan Fishel.  "I always say that you don't get what you wish for.  You get what you work for and the men are hard work.  Many schools had runners drop out due to the heat, but most of our guys actually ran better.” The Jayhawks run next at the Lansing Community College Invitational at Grand Woods Park on Friday, October 3rd.

 

Women’s Soccer Defeats Delta 1-0

The Jayhawks won their first game of the season by a score of 1-0 against a very competitive Delta College. The Jayhawks withstood an onslaught of pressure from Delta in the second half. The play of Goalie sophomore Haley Twigg (Fremont, MI/Fremont HS) helped seal the win.

 

It was a well-deserved win for the Jayhawks. Freshman Taylor Walker (Muskegon, MI/Reeths-Puffer HS) scored in the first half off a shot by Alyssa Benedict (Muskegon, MI/West Michigan Christian HS) that was bobbled by the Delta goalkeeper.

 

The Jayhawks will take their momentum to Lake Michigan College tomorrow Sunday, September 28 at Orchard View HS. Game time is 3:00 pm.

 

Volleyball Goes 1-1 on Day One of Raider Classic

In day one of the Raider Classic in Grand Rapids, Mich. the Jayhawks split their two matches. The Jayhawks won their first match against St. Clair 3-1: 26-24, 23-25, 25-22, and 25-22. The Jayhawks weren’t as lucky in the second matching losing a close match to Oakland 3-2: 29-31, 25-19, 21-25, 25-18, and 15-12. The Jayhawks season record is now 12-11.

 

Leaders for the day were: Freshman Morgan Kelley (Cadillac, MI/Cadillac) with 33 Hits, sophomore Meghan Birr (Muskegon, MI/Mona Shores HS) with 91 Assists, freshman Veronica Booth (Grand Haven, MI/Grand Haven HS with 7 Aces, sophomore Brooke Morgan (Belmont, MI/Comstock Park HS) with 63 Digs, and sophomore Dani Jones with 11 Blocks.

 

The Jayhawks will play next at home in Bartels-Rode Gymnasium against Ancilla College on Tuesday, September 30. Game time is 5:30 pm.

 

Men’s Golf Finishes 3rd at Jackson CC Invite                                             

The Jayhawks traveled to Jackson, Mich. to play in the Jackson College Invitational at Ella Sharp Park Golf Course. The Jayhawks finished 3rd behind Cleary University with 293 and Jackson CC with 296. The Jayhawks finished with a score of 298.       

 

The Individual results for the Jayhawks were: Joel Maire - 69, Dylan Grim - 74, Noah Carter – 75, Connor Love – 80, Colton Blanchard – 80, and Tyler Grim – 81.

 

The Jayhawks will play next Friday, October 3 at the Eastern Conference 2nd Round at Bedford Valley Golf Course in Battle Creek, Mich.       

 

Men’s Soccer Wins Two in a Row

The Jayhawks played in Kirkland, Mich. to earn their second straight victory in regional play with a 1-0 victory over Lakeland CC on Saturday, September 27. Scoring for the Jayhawks was freshmen Jesus Corona (Yuriria, Guauajuato, Mexico/Holland HS).

 

Corona hit a 25 yard bender which found the far side of the net. Setting up Corona was freshmen Brandon Edwards (Muskegon, MI/Orchard View HS) and freshmen Emmit Mikkelson (Whitehall, MI/Whitehall HS) with a nice one-two combo which ended up on Corona's favorite right foot. Sophomore Jacob Berens (Grand Haven, MI/Western Michigan Christian HS) got the shutout in the net.

 

The Jayhawks defense did a great job keeping Lakeland away from the goal.  The Jayhawks held a 15-1 shot advantage. The Jayhawks will play Cuyahoga CC in Parma, Ohio on Sunday, September 28.

 

Men’s Golf Finishes Third at MCC Invite

The Jayhawks played host to this Friday, September 26 at the Lincoln Golf Course. The Jayhawks finished third in a field of four teams. Mott CC took top honors with 280, Grand Rapids CC finished second with 299, while Muskegon CC followed with 305, and Jackson CC with 316.

 

Individual scores for the Jayhawks were: Jeff Stevens 72, Tyler Krim 76, Connor Love 78, Joel Maire 79, Dylan Krim 81, and Ty Geerman       82. The Jayhawks will be on the links again Saturday, September 27 in Jackson, Mich at the Ella Sharp Park Golf Course.

 

Volleyball Wins On the Road

The Jayhawks came away with a 3-2 victory over Kalamazoo Valley Thursday, September 26 on the road to secure their hold on 2nd place in the MCCAA West Division. MCC now has a 6-1 conference record as it wrapped up the first half of the conference schedule.

 

Sets one and two were all Jayhawks as the scores were 25-17 and 25-14 as the Jayhawk offense was rolling and the MCC blockers were controlling the net. Set three was a completely different game as KVCC finally started getting their offense going and the Jayhawks struggled on offense and defense. During the third set MCC lost sophomore Brandie Jones (Fruitport, MI/Fruitport HS) to an ankle injury which had an impact on the offense as Brandie not only leads the team in kills but also the entire nation. Set number three went to KVCC by a score of 25-22. The Jayhawks followed that up with a 25-19 victory in set four.

 

Finally in set five the Jayhawks were able to settle down and played a better team game as they struck for 6 kills on only 12 attempts but had zero attack errors. After MCC built a 13-11 lead the set and match were closed out on two consecutive errors by KVCC which gave the Jayhawks the 15-11 victory. The Jayhawks are now 11-10 overall on the season as they prepare to play in the Raider Classic in Grand Rapids this Saturday and Sunday, September 27 & 28.

 

MCC Volleyball Dominates Lansing CC in Bartels-Rode Gymnasium

The Jayhawks extended their dominance at home on Tuesday, September 23 by defeating the visiting Lansing CC Stars 3-1 at Bartels Rode Gymnasium. Set scores were: 18-25, 25-9, 25-20, and 25-12. The Jayhawks record now stands at 5-1 in conference play and 10-10 overall.

 

After a slow start the Jayhawks pulled together in sets two through four and outscored the Stars by a combined total of 75-41. Although Lansing was a very athletic and energetic team they didn’t have enough offense to threaten again after the first set. The Jayhawks had 46 kills compared to just 30 for the Stars.

 

Stat leaders were: sophomore Brandie Jones (Fruitport, MI/Fruitport HS) with 20 Kills, sophomore Meghan Birr (Muskegon, MI/Mona Shores HS) with 41 Assists, sophomore Lindsey Kotecki (Williamston, MI/Williamston HS) with 4 Aces, sophomore Brooke Morgan (Belmont, MI/Comstock Park HS) with 23 Digs, sophomore Dani Jones (Grand rapids, MI/Northview HS) with 4 Blocks. The Jayhawks next match is Thursday, September 25 at Kalamazoo Valley in Kalamazoo, Mich. at 6:30 PM. 

 

Women’s Soccer Lose on the Road to Jackson CC

The Jayhawks traveled to Jackson, Mich. on Saturday, September 20 to play Jackson Community College and came up short by a score of 2-5.  The score at halftime was 2-1 Jackson.  Freshman Kaitlin Richardson (Muskegon, MI/Reeths-Puffer HS) scored the goal for MCC in the first half.  Freshman Alyssa Benedict (Muskegon, MI/West Michigan Christian HS) scored for the Jayhawks in the second half. 

 

“We had a ton of chances to score today.  In the first half sophomore Taylor Walker (Muskegon, MI/Reeths-Puffer HS) and freshman Kortnie Heinig (Muskegon, MI/Mona Shores HS) both hit the crossbar.” said Head Coach Josh Watson. “There were a few mistakes we couldn’t overcome.  We moved the ball around well and found players in the spots we wanted to exploit.”

 

The Jayhawks will be in action this Saturday, September 27 at home (Orchard View HS Field) at 3 pm against Delta College.     

 

 

Men’s Soccer Can’t Overcome First Half Deficit

The Jayhawks traveled to Donaldson, Ind. Saturday, September 20 to play Acilla College. The Jayhawks dug themselves a 2-0 halftime deficit and could not recover. The Jayhawks end the game with the same score of 2-0. 

 

In today’s game there were 12 cards and lots fouls, the Jayhawks could not overcome the physical play of Ancilla.  The bright spot for the Jayhawks was the play of freshmen goalkeeper Thomas Swiatek (Muskegon, MI/Reeths-Puffer HS).  Swiatek came in for the starter sophomore Jacob Berens (grand Haven, MI/West Michigan Christian HS) after Berens received a yellow card 25 minutes into the game.  Swiatek stayed in the net for the rest of the game and made 12 saves on 12 shots on goal.

 

The Jayhawks will be in action again this Wednesday, September 24 against Jackson Community College at Mona Shores High School at 4 pm.  

 

#17 MCC Volleyball Struggles Against Nation's Top Teams

The #17 ranked Jayhawks participated in the Parkland Invitational in Champaign, Ill. this Friday and Saturday, September 19 and 20. The Jayhawks finished the tournament 0-4, but are gaining valuable experience at the national level. Jayhawks now stand at 9-10 on the season.  

 

The Jayhawks started their day on Friday against #7 Kirkwood and lost 3-1: 25-12, 22-25, 25-21, and 25-20. Next they played #6 Illinois Central and fell 3-1: 25-17, 20-25, 25-16, and 25-21. Things didn’t get easier as the Jayhawks started Saturday play against the #1 ranked Parkland and lost in a close tough fought match 3-2: 25-23, 22-25, 25-9, 22-25, and 15-12. Finally the Jayhawks finished the tournament with Lincoln Land and fell short again 3-1: 25-22, 22-25, 26-24, and 25-15.

 

Leading the way for the Jayhawks was: Brandie Jones with 58 Kills, Meghan Birr with 158 Assists, Autumn Winger with 9 Aces, Brooke Morgan with 74 Digs, and Dani Jones with 11 Blocks. The Jayhawks play next at home in Bartel-Rode Gymnasium Tuesday, September 23 against Lansing CC.

 

Men’s Golf Competes at the Bill Bockwitz Tournament

The Jayhawks traveled to Jackson, Mich. this Friday and Saturday, September 19 and 20 to play in the Bill Bockwitz Intercollegiate Touranment. The Jayhawks finished in 8th place.

 

As a team MCC finished with 319, 319, (638, +62), The Jayhawks individually finished with the scores of: Joel Maire 73, 79, (152, +8), Tyler Krim 80, 79, (159, +15), Noah Carter 82, 77, (159, +15), Jeff Stevens 84, 78, (162, +18), Dylan Krim 84, 83, (167, +23), Ty Geertman 84, 85, (169, +25), Connor Love 82, 92, (174, +30) .

 

The golf team will be in action again Saturday, September 26 in Muskegon, Mich. for their own Muskegon Community College Invitational at the Lincoln Golf Course. 

 

MCC Volleyball Dominates Lake Michigan College 3-0

The #17 Jayhawks traveled to Benton Harbor, Mich. Thursday, September 18 to play Lake Michigan College. The Jayhawks dominated Lake Michigan in three straight sets by a score of 25-10, 25-19, and 25-14. MCC is now 4-1 in league play and 9-6 overall. 

 

Leading the way for the Jayhawks was sophomore Brandie Jones (Fruitport, MI/Fruitport HS) with 11 Kills, sophomre Meghan Birr (Muskegon, MI/Mona Shores HS) with 33 assists, freshman Morgan Kelley (Cadillas, MI/Cadillac HS) with 4 Aces, sophomore Brooke Morgan (Belmont, MI/Comstock Park HS) with 8 Digs, sophomore Autumn Winger (Fruitport, MI/Fruitport HS) with 3 Blocks.

 

The Jayhawks are challenging themselves with great competition at the Parkland Tournament in Champaign, Illi.  this weekend Friday, September 19 against #7 Kirkwood and #6 Illinois Central then on Saturday, September 20 against #1 Parkland and Lincoln Land.

 

Men’s Soccer Drops Close Game to Lake Michigan College

The Jayhawks traveled to Benton Harbor to play Lake Michigan College on Wednesday, September 17. MCC fell to 0 and 8 on the season with a 2-1 loss.  Lake Michigan took a 2-0 lead into halftime and held on to win 2-1.

 

“We had a well-played second half, but couldn’t get the equalizer late in the game. The lone goal for the Jayhawks was scored by freshmen Chaise Schuiteman (Fremont, MI/West Michigan Christian), getting the assist was sophmore Aaron Dault (Cedar Spring, MI/Cedar Springs HS).  Freshman goalie Thomas Swiatek (Muskegon, MI/Reeths-Puffer HS) made his first start in net on the season and made 10 saves on 12 shots.

 

The Jayhawks will be in action again this Saturday, September 20 in Donaldson, IN against Ancilla College.

 

Volleyball Wins Again at Home

The #17 Jayhawk continued its winning ways at home in Bartels-Rode Gymnasium on Tuesday, September 17 by beating the Kellogg Community College Bruins by a margin of 3-1. Scores were 19-25, 25-20, 25-20, and 25-11. MCC now has a conference record of 3-1 and an overall record of 8-6.

 

The Jayhawks came out slow in set one committing a total of 18 errors while only coming up with 7 kills and 2 aces. “The Bruins aggressive serving accounted for many of our errors and also led to some easy transition points and we never got our offense going.” said Head Coach Rick Rykse.  “Sets 2 and 3 our offense finally got going as we struck for 17 kills in set #2 and 14 kills in set #3. Our passing also improved greatly and allowed many more options on offense. Set #4 was all Jayhawks as they jumped out to a huge early lead before settling in for a 25-11 win.”

 

The Leaders for the Jayhawks: Sophomore Brandie Jones (Fruitport, MI/Fruitport HS) with18 Kills, sophomore Meghan Birr (Muskegon, MI/Mona Shores HS) with 41 Assists, sophomore Autumn Winger (Fruitport, MI/Fruitport HS) with 4 Aces, sophomore Brooke Morgan (Belmont, MI/Comstock Park) with 12 Digs, freshman Morgan Kelley (Cadillac, MI/Cadillac HS) with 3 Blocks. The Jayhawks will play next Thursday, September 18 in Benton Harbor, MI against Lake Michigan College.

 

Women’s Soccer Struggle Against Schoolcraft College

The Jayhawks traveled to Livonia, Mich. Sunday, September 14 to play Schoolcraft College.  MCC lost by a score of 6-1.  MCC worked hard, but could not find a rhythm and ended up chasing the game.  Schoolcraft scored a minute an a half into the game. 

 

Sophomore Haley Twigg (Freemont, MI/Freemont HS) played well in goal today.  “She had a lot of shots and turned away quite a bit of them.” said Head Coach Josh Watson.

 

The Jayhawks look for their next win this weekend, Saturday, September 20 in Jackson, Mich. against Jackson College. Game time is at 1:00 pm.   

 

Men’s Soccer lose Intense Game against Ancilla College

The Jayhawks were home at Mona Shores High School against Ancilla College Chargers on Saturday, September 13. Ancilla beat the host Jayhawks 3-0 in MCCAA conference play. 

 

The Jayhawks back in action this Wednesday, September 17 against Lake Michigan College in Benton Harbor, Mich. Game starts at 4:00 pm.

 

Cross Country's Near Named MCC Athlete of the Week

Deanna Near from Montague High School beat Muskegon CC’s 6k school record with a time of 23:50. She broke the old 6k record held by Michelle DeMuro of 24:35 set in 2010.  She placed 92nd out of 307 finishers at the Auto Owners Spartan Invitational hosted by Michigan State University at Forest Akers East Golf Course. Deanna was the 3rd NJCAA runner in the field. Deanna broke the school record in her first ever 6k cross country race.

 

Deanna Near Breaks School Record for 6K

The MCC women's cross country team traveled to Forest Akers East Golf Course on Friday, September 12 for the Auto Owners Spartan Invitational hosted by Michigan State University.  Temperatures were in the mid- to upper- 50's at race time as the women battled against the Big Ten, GLIAC, MIAA, NAIA schools, and also other junior colleges.  Although the race was un-scored, the women ran their best team race of the season so far in their first 6k of the season.  

 

Leading the way was freshman Deanna Near (Montague, MI/Montague HS) taking 92nd place out of 307 finishers with a 6k time of 23:50. That time breaks the 6k school record formerly set by Michelle DeMuro in 2010 of 24:35 by 45 seconds. "Deanna ran a great race and went through her 5k split in 19:54 along to the way to being the 3rd NJCAA runner to cross the finish line, 30 seconds behind the 1st runner." said Coach Dan Fishel. Rounding out the top 7 were: sophomore Andrea Lavigne (Ludington, MI/Mason County Central HS), freshman Andie Young (Grand Haven, MI/Grand Haven HS), freshman Marlee Harris (Buckley,MI/Buckley HS), freshman Sabrina Smith (Hart, MI/Hart HS), freshman Raquel Zavala (Muskegon, MI/Muskegon HS), and sophomore Claudia Melton (Grand Haven, MI/Grand Haven HS). 

 

"The effort our whole team put forth was great! There's still a lot of season to go, but I'm excited about the races to come!" added Coach Fishel. The MCC women race next at the Brissman-Lundeen Invitational hosted by Augustana College in Rock Island, Illi. in 2 weeks on Friday, September 26th. 

 

Jabob Baker Runs Best Time of the Year for MCC

The Jayhawks traveled to Forest Akers East Golf Course on Friday, September 12 for the Auto Owners Spartan Invitational hosted by Michigan State University. Temperatures were in the mid- to upper- 50's at race time as the men battled against the Big Ten, GLIAC, MIAA, NAIA schools, and also other junior colleges. Although the race was un-scored, the men ran their best team race of the season. Sophomore Jacob Baker (Muskegon, MI/Mona Shores HS) led the way taking 134th place out of 371 finishers. Jake's time of 26:59 was an all-time 8k PR for him. "Jake ran a heck of a race out there today and was the 5th place junior college runner in the race!" said Head Coach Dan Fishel. 

 

Rounding out the top 7 for the Jayhawks were: freshman Colin Duca (Muskegon, MI/Mona Shores HS), freshman Austin Persoon (Scottsville, MI/Mason County Central HS), freshman Lenin Castillo (HArt, MI/Hart HS), freshman Austin Kleiner (Spring Lake, MI/Hesperia HS), sophomore Austin Elliott (Spring Lake, MI/Spring Lake HS), and freshman Dylan Medendorp (Whitehall, MI/Whitehall HS). "All the freshman set 8k PR's today which was great! They are really improving and running better, but we still need to take a few more steps as the season goes on." said Coach Fishel.   

 

The MCC men race next at the Brissman-Lundeen Invitational hosted by Augustana College in Rock Island, Illi. in 2 weeks on Friday, September 26th.

 

 

ATHLETICS OFFICE

Athletics Director:
Marty McDermott

Assistant Athletic Director:
James Tietema

Secretary:
Colleen Morse

Address:
Bartels-Rode Gymnasium
221 S. Quarterline Rd.
Muskegon, MI 49442

Phone:
(231) 777-0381

Fax:
(231) 777-0437
 

Nickname:
Jayhawks

Colors:
Royal Blue and Gold

Affiliations:
NJCAA Region XII
MCCAA Western Conference

Founded:
1926

Jayhawks Sports
Baseball
Men's Basketball
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Men's Bowling
Women's Bowling
Men's Cross Country
Women's Cross Country
Men's Golf
Men's Soccer
Women's Soccer
Softball
Women's Volleyball
Wrestling
 


FALL 2014 SCHEDULE
 

Friday, September 26
MEN’S AND WOMEN’S CROSS COUNTRY
Brissman-Lundeen Invite
Women - 1st
Men - 3rd

Saturday-Sunday, Sept 27-28
WOMEN’S VOLLEYBALL
MCC 3, St. Clair 1
26-24, 23-25, 25-22, and 25-22


MCC 2, Oakland CC 3
29-31, 25-19, 21-25, 25-18, and 15-12     

 

MCC 0, Owens CC 3

25-13, 25-18, and 25-20

 

MCC 3, Lawrence Tech JV 0

25-18, 25-15, and 25-16

Saturday, September 27
MEN’S SOCCER
MCC 1, Lakeland CC 0
WOMEN’S SOCCER
MCC 2, Delta College 1

Sunday, September 28
MEN’S SOCCER
MCC 0, Cuyahoga CC 2
WOMEN’S SOCCER
MCC 2, Lake Michigan 1

Tuesday, September 30
WOMEN’S VOLLEYBALL
MCC 3, Ancilla College 0

25-20, 25-18, and 25-23


Wednesday, October 1
MEN’S SOCCER
4 p.m. – Schoolcraft College, Livonia, MI

Thursday, October 2
WOMEN’S VOLLEYBALL
6:30 p.m. – Jackson CC, Jackson, MI

Friday, October 3
MEN’S AND WOMEN’S CROSS COUNTRY
Noon − Lansing CC Invite, Lansing CC, Grand Woods Park, Lansing, MI

Saturday, October 4
MEN’S SOCCER
1 p.m. – MCC VS. CINCINNATI STATE TECH & CC, Mona Shores High School
WOMEN’S SOCCER
3 p.m. – MCC VS. CINCINNATI STATE TECH & CC, Orchard View High School

Sunday, October 5
MEN’S SOCCER
1 P.M. – MCC VS. OWENS CC, Mona Shores High School 

 

View the complete Fall 2014 schedule