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 Vikings Baseball Wins District Title,
Advances to NJCAA World Series

 Men's Tennis Team Brings Home
Second Place Trophy at National Tournament

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MCCC Athletics

Mercer County Community College has enjoyed four decades of excellence in two-year college athletics. Mercer offers intercollegiate competition in men's and women's basketball, cross country, soccer, and tennis, men's baseball, and women's softball. Some sports offer scholarship opportunities for student-athletes.
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The Vikings are members of the National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA), Region XIX and the Garden State Athletic Conference (GSAC).

Mercer has won national championships in men's soccer (eight), women's tennis (four) and men's basketball (two). Entering the 2015-2016 academic year, 234 student-athletes have earned NJCAA All-American honors (including 52 two-time winners) and hundreds more have gained Region XIX and GSAC honors. Since 2005, all nine of Mercer's teams have advanced in NJCAA national or district tournaments, and eight of the nine sports have captured Region 19 championships.

Many Mercer student-athletes successfully transfer to four-year schools throughout the United States.

In addition to their success on the playing field, Mercer student-athletes know that to further their collegiate career they must excel in the classroom. Each athlete must agree to academic monitoring and requirements. Progress reports are communicated between the athletic department and faculty advisors. Tutoring is available where necessary, and all support systems are offered to student-athletes to help them achieve academic success.

Highlights

  • 4 women's tennis national championships (1999, 2000, 2002, 2005)
  • 8 men's soccer national championships (1963, 1968, 1982, 1988, 1991, 1995, 1996, 2004)
  • 2 men's basketball national championships (1973, 1974)
  • Since 2005, all nine sports teams have advanced to NJCAA National or District tournaments.
  • Baseball, men's basketball, and softball won Garden State Athletic Conference titles and men's soccer won a Region 19 title during the 2014-2015 academic year.
  • Since 2010, 23 student-athletes have earned NJCAA All-American honors, including two two-time winners. Overall, Mercer has 234 All-Americans, including 52 two-time winners.
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NEWS
  • MCCC Baseball Team Wins District Title; Headed for JUCO World Series
  • Season to Remember as Menís Tennis Team Brings Home Second Place Trophy at National Tournament
  • Vikings Baseball Prepares for Northeast District Championship This Weekend at Home
  • Menís Tennis Ready to Take on Challengers at National Tournament in Texas May 16 to 20
  • Six MCCC Baseball Players Named for Post-Season Honors, Kerins Named Coach of the Year
  • MCCCís Softball Pitcher Kelly Tohill Named Player of the Year by NJCAA Region 19, Garden State Athletic Conference
  • Despite Unsettled Season, Menís Basketball Team Shows Steady Improvement
  • New Faces Plus Returning Veterans is Winning Formula for Vikings Baseball Team
  • Storied Coach and Player Elyse Diamond Is New Head Coach for MCCC Womenís Soccer
  • Cross Country Teams Measure Success in Personal Bests
  • Menís Soccer Goalkeeper Kellen Groover Named All-American
  • Menís Soccer Team Returns Mercer to Top Ten Nationally; Endures Tough Ending to Season
  • Womenís Soccer Team Makes Unexpected Run to Region Final, Ends Season on Penalty Kicks

    > MORE Sports News <

    Player Recognition
  • Dean's List and Region 19 All Academic Team - Fall 2015
  • Garden State Athletic Conference All Academic Team - Fall 2015
  • Life After MCCC: Student Athlete Transfer List
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