O’Donnell, Barker lead KCC bowling teams to second-place finishes at Glen Oaks Invitational

KCC bowlers Emma O'Donnell and Zach Barker.

Kellogg Community College’s women’s and men’s bowling teams placed second out of five competitors at the the Glen Oaks Community College Invitational in Three Rivers Friday. The invitational marked the halfway point of the Bruins’ inaugural regular bowling season and… Continue Reading

Lotz, O’Donnell lead KCC bowling teams at Jackson College Invitational in Albion

KCC bowlers Jazlyn Lotz and Jacob O'Donnell.

Kellogg Community College’s women’s and men’s bowling teams earned second and third place finishes out of five teams each in their respective competitions at their latest conference invitational Friday, hosted by Jackson College at University Lanes in Albion. The women’s… Continue Reading

Foote, O’Donnell lead KCC bowling teams at Great Lakes Invitational in Muskegon

KCC bowlers Bryan Foote and Emma O'Donnell.

Kellogg Community College’s men’s and women’s bowling teams returned from Muskegon Friday with fourth and fifth place finishes out of nine teams each in their respective competitions at the Great Lakes Classic, hosted by Muskegon Community College. The invitational was… Continue Reading

KCC bowling teams kick off with second place finish for women, third for men; Kipp wins individual women’s title

KCC's 2020-21 men's and women's bowling teams.

Kellogg Community College participated in the College’s first bowling competitions ever last Friday as the new Bruins bowling teams hit the road for the Ancilla College Invitational in Indiana. The women’s team finished in second place out of five teams… Continue Reading

KCC to move fall sports competition to spring semester due to COVID-19

KCC's Miller Physical Education Building

Kellogg Community College, following the guidance of the National Junior College Athletic Association and Michigan Community College Athletic Association, will adjust its competitive athletics schedule this fall and move most fall sports competitions to the spring semester. The move, approved… Continue Reading