BLUE Bell, Pa. - Travel back to the days of tie-dyed t-shirts, peace signs and psychedelic music!
In celebration of Montgomery County Community College's 50th anniversary, the Athletic Department will be hosting a Faculty/Staff versus Student softball game on Thursday April 3rd from 4:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. Participants and spectators are encouraged to wear tie-dyed attire, as we are traveling back in time to 1964, the College's founding year.
The Faculty/Staff team consists of over 20 members and is led by captains Erin Jellesma, Coordinator of Publications and Web, and Jenna Klaus, Assistant Director of Civic and Community Engagement. The student team is still accepting players. If interested in playing contact Amanda Rogers, Sports Information Director at firstname.lastname@example.org or Evan Rostron at email@example.com.
So if you are looking for a hip and groovy time, put on your high tops and join us!
About Montgomery County Community College's Athletic Program
After a 20-year hiatus, the Mustang athletic program returned in the 2008-2009 season with temporary teams in men's soccer, basketball, and baseball and women's soccer, basketball and softball. Bruce Bach was hired as the Director of Athletics and has since held the position.
In 2010, the college added a women's volleyball team. The Mustangs currently are full members in the EPCC (Eastern Pennsylvania Collegiate Conference's) and in the National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA). The sports teams have become quite competitive, participating in Division III Region 19 of the league. The volleyball team earned a Region 19 championship in 2011 and both soccer teams and basketball teams have reached the playoffs over the last three seasons.