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).
Will Roberson Jr. Commits to Play Basketball at MCC
The MCC men's basketball program received great news on June 28 with a verbal commitment from Muskegon High's starting point guard Will Roberson Jr. In 2013-14, Muskegon High enjoyed a perfect 28-0 state championship season. Roberson was joined by friends, family and his high school coach Keith Guy when he signed his letter of intent.
MCC Recognizes Standout Athletes
Beka German (Fruitport HS) was selected the Women's Athlete of the Year, Eric Hilt (Reeths-Puffer HS) was selected the Men's Athlete of the Year and Kory Brown (Sparta HS) received the John G. Thompson Student Athlete of the Year award. All three were honored at a luncheon on May 28, 2014. Also honored as nominees were Megan VanderWal (Orchard View HS), Shawn Chamberlain (Dexter HS), Jason Ribecky (Muskegon Catholic Central HS), Amber Carmean (Fruitport HS), Tyler Covell (Cedar Springs HS), and David VanBergen (Fruitport HS).