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A tradition of sports excellence awaits you.

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70 Years of MC Pride

MC is a member of the National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) and competes in the MDJUCO Athletic Conference. With 56 Conference Championships and 271 NJCAA All-American athletes, MC's athletic programs are perennial contenders.

Participate in men’s and women’s intercollegiate competition or co-ed intramural sports and show off your Raptor pride. Or simply come out, enjoy a game, and cheer on your fellow students. Visit our athletics site to see the latest photos, scores, and news of our Raptors.

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MC Women's Volleyball in Action
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The Department of Athletics offers nine intercollegiate sports—four for men (baseball, basketball, soccer, and track and field), and five for women (basketball, soccer, softball, track and field, and volleyball). MC also offers cheerleading and co-recreational sports.

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Take Your Athletics to the Next Level
We Are Raptors
With more than 150 student-athletes competing in nine sports, there is something year-round for you to participate in or cheer for. And why not? It's a 70-year tradition in Montgomery County.

Our student-athletes don't stop competing at the two-year level. In 2016, 25 student-athletes transferred to four-year institutions to continue their academic and athletic endeavors. Returning alumni now head coach three of our Raptor teams.

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Men's soccer at Montgomery College
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Tom Bichy 2008 Athletics HOF Inductee
Athletic Hall of Fame
Recognizing Former Student Athletes and Coaches

Outstanding athletic achievement as a student, outstanding contributions as a coach, and/or outstanding athletic achievement as a player or coach after leaving MC are criteria for being nominated into the MC Athletic Hall of Fame.

Tom Bichy was our 2008 Hall of Fame inductee. He currently holds the record for most soccer games won by an NJCAA coach with 471 wins. Read more about him and all our other inductees on the Hall of Fame Bio page.

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Why MC Athletics?
MC Student-Athletes Succeed

At MC, sports are represented on all three of our convenient campus locations. We are dedicated to preparing you for a four-year school or degree, offering more than 130 programs of study and 300 MC Foundation scholarship opportunities. Most importantly, you get a four-year experience at a two-year school.  We offer tutoring, English and math labs, study halls, athletic academic advisors, progress reports, and more to help our student-athletes succeed.

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I didn't think I would have a shot at head coach because I was so young. I feel I can relate to the girls since I just went through this and I know what the expectations are at Montgomery College.

- Tori Kenno, 2012 Graduate, Women's Volleyball Head Coach
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