HEADED TO NATIONALS: The MCC women’s softball team won the NJCAA Great Lakes District A Championship on May 17 to advance to the NJCAA Div. II Softball Championships on May 25-29 in Oxford, AL. After dropping game one 4-1 to Jackson College, the Jayhawks won the next two games 15-5 and 8-7 in eight innings.
The MCC women’s soccer team shutout Ancilla College 11-0 on the road on May 15. Now 5-1 overall, the Jayhawks have outscored their opponents 47-4 this season. MCC closes out the regular season hosting Jackson College on May 19.
Ranked 15th in the nation, the undefeated MCC men’s soccer team beat visiting Ancilla College 14-0 on May 12.
The MCC men’s golf team qualified for the NJCAA Div. II National Championships on May 18-21 in Plymouth, IN, after placing third at the NJCAA Region 12 Tournament on May 10-11 at Bedford Valley Golf Course.
The MCC baseball team split its away and home doubleheaders with Lake Michigan College on May 8 and 9. The Jayhawks finish the 2020-21 season with a 26-21-1 overall record and a 15-13 conference mark.
The women’s basketball team lost 68-47 to Kansas City Kansas CC in the consolation bracket of the 16-team 2021 NJCAA Div. II National Tournament in Hickory, NC on April 21. The Jayhawks, who won the MCCAA Western Conference title this year, finish the season with a 13-4 record.
The MCC wrestling team finished 21st in the nation at the NJCAA National Tournament on April 21-22 in Iowa. The Jayhawks captured the 2021 Michigan Community College Athletic Conference (MCCAA) championship on April 3.
The MCC men’s basketball team lost 89-55 to #17 Mott College in the NJCAA regional finals on April 10 in Flint, MI. The Jayhawks finish the season with a 3-10 record
The MCC women’s bowling team finished ninth in the nation at the NJCAA Championships in Lansing, MI on April 7-9. Amaya Guzman was 15th in all-events and Kennadi Dykstra placed 16th in singles.
The MCC men’s bowling team finished 12th in the nation at the NJCAA Championships in Lansing, MI on April 7-9. Ethan May was 27th and Jonathan Garland 34th in all events.
The 12th ranked and undefeated MCC volleyball team, which won the state and regional championships, was seeded ninth at the NJCAA national championships in Iowa on April 13-15. But the Jayhawks will not make the trip because of a positive COVID test and finish the season a perfect 16-0.
The 2020-21 women’s track and field season has been cancelled.
The 2020-21 men’s track and field season has been cancelled.
The MCC women finished 12th in the nation at the NJCAA Div. II National Cross Country Championship meet in Fort Dodge, IA on Nov. 14. Jayhawk freshman Macy Whipple placed 39th nationally to lead the team.
The MCC men’s cross country team finished 19th in the nation at the NJCAA National Div. II Cross Country Championship meet in Fort Dodge, Iowa on Nov. 14. Sophomore Zach Ostoin took 79th individually to pace the Jayhawks.