The WCC Women’s Club Softball Team is starting up again for the spring 2014 season. The first two practices will be indoors due to the weather and will meet on March 31st and April 3rd in TI 108 from 5:30pm-7:30pm. If the weather continues, the team will go inside to indoor batting cages.
This year the team is looking forward to playing in various tournaments around the state as well as having a few scrimmages with local teams. There is a possibility of doing both slow-pitch and fast-pitch tournaments. Players who play both fast-pitch and slow-pitch are encouraged to come out for the team.
Even if you have never played before, or if you have only played fast or slow-pitch, come out for the team! The coach is great at training players in both slow and fast pitch and she is always welcoming newcomers to the sport. As long as you are a WCC students taking at least 3 credits and holding a 2.0 cumulative GPA, you are welcome to join the team!
Although the weather currently does not look promising the upcoming baseball season will be underway shortly. Next week, Monday, March 10th is the first day of tryouts. Interested in trying out? Stop by WCC Sports (SC116) to register! You must register for tryouts which helps us to be able to contact you if any times and locations change. Due to weather, tryouts have been adjusted therefore times and locations will be provided during registration.
The team has a great schedule ahead of them including games against the club teams at Eastern Michigan University, Bowling Green State University, University of Michigan, and Western Michigan University. The team’s brand new coach is looking forward to bringing his experience and competitiveness to the team this season.
Don’t want to tryout but interested in coming out to a game? Check online for the team’s schedule!
It’s that time of year again, March Madness. When everyone scurries around trying to put together the perfect bracket and correctly predict who will win the NCAA Basketball Championship. For the third year, WCC Sports is going to take part in that American Tradition and offer our own bracket contest. Everyone is invited to participate by stopping by the office or sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org to request a blank bracket. Once you have your bracket, fill it out and submit it back to us by March 20th at closing time. We will keep track of everyone’s progress, and if you want to know how you are doing in the tournament feel free to stop by the office and we will be happy to let you know! The winner of the bracket contest will win a WCC Sports Intramural Championship T-shirt, so you can show the world that you won the 2013-2014 March Madness Bracketology contest.
This event is free to all WCC Students and Employees. No brackets will be accepted once the first game of the tournament starts. Also, don’t forget to write your name and phone numbers (or type it for those that are sending theirs via email) so that we have a way of contacting you if you are the winner.
Beginning March 7th and wrapping up March 28th, Intramural Bowling will take place. Hosted by WCC Sports at Colonial Lanes, this will be one intramural activity you won’t want to miss! Come join us for a warm sporting experience INDOORS while it’s below zero OUTDOORS. All sessions will take place at 5:30pm on Fridays for the above four weeks in March.
Whether you want to be competitive or just come out for fun there is a place for you! Those men and women participants with the highest scores over four weeks will win their division! The event is free for students taking at least 3 WCC credits and who have at least a 2.0 gpa.
REGISTRATION: Through March 20th at WCC Sports (SC116) 9am-5pm
DATES: Fridays in March: March 7th, 14th, 21st, and 28th.
TIME: 5:30 pm
LOCATION: Colonial Lanes; 1950 S Industrial Hwy, Ann Arbor, MI 48104
WHO IS ELIGIBLE: WCC Students, Staff, and Faculty (employees must fund themselves)
PRIZES: T-Shirt and Bragging rights for the rest of the semester
Men’s and Women’s Soccer is starting back up on February 10th! The teams are looking forward to the start of the new indoor season in preparation for their competitive fall outdoor season. Washtenaw Community College’s soccer teams have come a long way within the past 2 years. The women’s team has only been in existence for a couple years and the men’s team went from participating in a local league to being competitive in a college league. Both teams took second place last winter in their Winter 2013 indoor leagues with the men’s team able to take a win away from Eastern Michigan University.
This year invites new changes to the programs. Both the Men’s and Women’s WCC Soccer Teams will call home to the new Legacy Center in Brighton, Michigan which offers full field indoor soccer on a turf field where outdoor shoes can be worn. All games will be played at this new facility. The men’s team will also be under new leadership with the hiring of a new coach determined to make the program successful very quickly.
Tryouts for both teams will be held on Monday, February 10th and Thursday, February 13th from 9:15-11pm at Pioneer High School. Gym shoes must be worn. Soccer practice will be held at Pioneer High School from 9:15pm to 11:00pm on Monday and Thursdays until mid-March when the teams will then practice outside from 5:30-7:30pm at WCC. To be eligible students must be taking at least 3 credits at WCC and hold at least a 2.0 gpa. All WCC Sports programs are free to students and all skill levels are welcome to try out!