Steve Cullen was co-medalist, shooting 75, to lead the Jayhawks to a 2nd place finish at the Kirtland Community College Invitational at the Grayling Golf Course.
Kyler Dean was the top finisher at the Firebird Invitational in Grayling, MI and the team finished 7th overall. They travel to compete in the OCC Raider Invitational at Freedom Hill on Friday, 9/30.
The Jayhawk Volleyball team was 6-0 for the weekend, with a 3-0 win over Southwestern Michigan College on the road and a 3-0 victory over Alpena Community College at home. They travel to take on Delta College on Tuesday, 9/27 at 6:30 pm.
The Women’s Soccer team played to a 0-0 tie at Schoolcraft College on Saturday, 9/24.
The Jayhawk Women’s team finished in 8th place at the Firebird Invitational in Grayling, MI. Freshman Grace Lockhart was the top Jayhawk finisher.
The Men’s Soccer team dropped a 3-0 decision at Schoolcraft College on Saturday, 9/24.
Zac Pray shattered the MCC men’s track and field 200 meters school record with his 22.29 seconds finish at the Harrison Dillard Twilight Classic in Berea, Ohio on May 13. He took second in the 400 meters with 50.07 seconds. Adam Wolffis and Kaden Hainer finished third and fourth, respective in the 10,000 meters.
The MCC women’s track and field team competed at the Harrison Dillard Twilight Classic in Berea, Ohio on May 13. Kaylin Meyers too 11th in the long jump and 12th in the triple jump, while Katie Ferris finishing 12th in the high jump.
The MCC Softball team’s season came to a close on Friday, 5/13/22 at the Region XII Tournament. MCC opened the day with a win over Edison State CC, 8-0 before losing to conference foe Lansing CC 6-2. The Jayhawks finished the 2021-2022 campaign with an overall record of 34-10.
The MCC baseball team ended the 2021-22 season with 7-0 and 8-1 wins over Glen Oaks CC on May 7. The 17-32 Jayhawks finished in fifth place in the Western Conference with a 14-14 league record.
The 2021-22 MCC women’s basketball team finished tied for 7th in the nation at the NJCAA Div. II Championships. Along the way, the powerhouse Jayhawks won both the NJCAA Great Lakes A District and the Michigan Community College Athletic Association titles. MCC ended the season with a 25-6 record.
The 2021-2022 men’s basketball team tied for 13th in the nation at the NJCAA Div. II Championships. The Jayhawks, who were the NJCAA Great Lakes District A champions, closed the season with a 19-10 overall record.
NATIONAL CHAMPION: Josh Kenny became MCC’s first wrestling national champion in 21 years when he won the 174 lb. title at the NJCAA Wrestling Championships March 5 in Iowa. He was also named the NJCAA Outstanding Wrestler. Teammate Bronson Jewell earned All-American honors with 7th place at 184 pounds. The Jayhawks finished 15th nationally.
The MCC women’s bowling team finished in 11th place in the nation at the NJCAA Bowling Championships on March 3-5 in Lansing, MI. Lindsay Cross was 11th in singles, teamed with Jessica Plichta for 13th in doubles, and was 21st in all events.
The MCC’s bowling team placed in 13th place in the nation at the NJCAA Bowling Championship on March 3-5 in Lansing. Ethan May was 20th in singles, 21st in all events, and teamed with Cade Alderink to place 21st in doubles.