KCC student-athletes honored with academic awards

Women's soccer and volleyball player Jackie Mason.

Forty-three individual student-athletes from Kellogg Community College and four KCC athletic teams received academic awards for excellence in the classroom during the 2019-20 academic year. Honors awarded to KCC student-athletes for their academic performance include the following awards: The KCC… Continue Reading

KCC Athletic Director Tom Shaw named MCCAA Athletic Director of the Year

KCC Athletic Director Tom Shaw speaks to an umpire during a KCC baseball game at C.O. Brown Stadium.

Tom Shaw, director of Athletics and Physical Education at Kellogg Community College, has been named Michigan Community College Athletic Association Athletic Director of the Year for the 2013-14 academic year. In the announcement of the award issued June 2, the… Continue Reading

Three KCC women’s soccer players receive MCCAA honors

Three Kellogg Community College women’s soccer players have been recognized with honors by the Michigan Community College Athletic Association for their contributions during the fall 2012 soccer season. Sophomore midfielder Aubree Cable (Harper Creek), freshman defender Abbigale Guebara (Paw Paw)… Continue Reading

Kellogg Community College’s 2011-12 athletic awards

The┬áKellogg Community College Athletics Department is proud to announce their end-of-year athletic awards. The athletic awards recognize athletes for their skill in their sport as well as for their achievements in the classroom This year’s awardees are as follows: Scholar-Athlete… Continue Reading

KCC baseball earns MCCAA Conference title

After winning a pair of big games on Saturday, the Kellogg Community College baseball team has earned first-place honors as the top team in the Michigan Community College Athletic Association Conference. The final ranking followed the Bruins’ double-header sweep of… Continue Reading

KCC’s baseball team is ranked first in the MCCAA conference

After two home game victories over Kalamazoo Valley Community College at Battle Creek’s Bailey Park yesterday, the Kellogg Community College baseball team has found itself ranked first in their 14-team Michigan Community College Athletic Association conference. It’s no shock to… Continue Reading