Do you love to play softball or want to try something new? Are you trying to get in shape for the summer? What better way to do it than play on the WCC Women’s Club Softball team. Workout while having fun by playing softball 2-3 days a week for FREE!
The summer 2013 Women’s Club Softball team is looking for players. The team practices Mondays and Thursdays from 5:30pm to 7:30pm and has their games on Tuesday evenings at 7:00pm. All games and practices take place on Washtenaw Community College’s campus so you don’t have to travel far to play.
No experience is necessary to play and all skill levels are welcome! If you are interested in playing, please contact the WCC Sports Office for more information. You can stop in and see us in SC 116, you can call us at 734-973-3720 or you can email us at email@example.com.
We hope to see you out there!
When: Monday March 18th and Thursday March 21st at 6:00 PM
Where: WCC Baseball Field
What to bring: A Glove and great attitude!!!!!!!!!!!
The Wolfpack’s club baseball team has come a long way from 2011 Fall when I first join the team where we played in the Ann Arbor Rec Baseball League against other adult teams from the city and county. The team (WCC Wolfpack Club Baseball) now plays against other club baseball teams such as University of Michigan, Eastern Michigan University, and Bowling Green State. The Wolfpack plays against the EMU Eagles club baseball team at Oestrike Stadium twice this season. The team will also play it games during the week and weekends. Practices will be held at WCC Baseball Field on Mondays and Thursdays at 6 PM. The team is there to have fun and improve as a team.
Requirements to play on the team are at least a 2.0 GPA and are taking at least 3 full hour credits at WCC.
The Men’s Volleyball Team made it to playoffs for the fourth season in a row. With a win in the first match the team will advance to the finals.
In game one (of a best out of three match up) in the semifinals of the playoffs, the Wolfpack found themselves down by five with the opposing team (who beat the Wolfpack three games earlier in the season) needing one more point to close out the game. At that moment, Coach Tim Koelzer called a crucial time out. After the time out, the Wolfpack came out and rolled seven straight points to take game one away from the opposing team. The opposing team didn’t have a chance in game two as the Wolfpack’s momentum from game one carried over and took the match in order to head to the finals.
In the finals, the Wolfpack faced the Seven Dwarfs, who had just beaten the number one seeded team in three hardcore games. The Wolfpack didn’t take any chances. They won two straight games by a large margin to win the Championship. The players called “T-shirts!” because that was their reward for winning the season.
Although it was a long season, the Wolfpack started off on a strong note and came across some difficult tasks. Coach Tim Koelzer didn’t let the team give up, encouraged them to persevere, and reminded them that hard work and practice will be rewarded in the end.
-Adrian H Rodriguez (Current WCC Men’s Volleyball and Baseball player)
During the fall 2012 semester WCC Sports welcomed its new club sports, ice hockey and wrestling. Both teams are open to both men and women and completely free for the eligible, dedicated students who are chosen for the teams. Both teams have seen an astonishing amount of interest from students and have become families as well as successful.
The WCC Ice Hockey Team practices on ice at Veteran’s Ice Arena along with their off-ice practices that focus on fitness, quickness, and team building. The team has started off playing in a league offered by Veteran’s Ice Arena on Sunday and Wednesday nights as well as scrimmages against other college club teams. Their hope is to eventually move into the collegiate club league to increase their skills and competitiveness. The team is currently in second place.
The WCC Wrestling Team is a current member of the National Collegiate Wrestling Association which includes club wrestling teams from the entire nation. The team is made up of veteran wrestlers as well as athletes who are just now learning the sport. Last season the team took second place at the Eastern Michigan Open Tournament which was their only match for the season. This season the team will compete against clubs from Toledo, Grand Valley, Lansing Community College, and Mott Community College, for example.
If you’re interested in joining either of these teams the WCC Ice Hockey Team is holding tryouts for new students on Monday, January 21st from 7-8pm at Veteran’s Ice Arena. Hockey players will need to bring their own personal equipment to try out. The WCC Wrestling Team has its first practices on Tuesday, January 22nd and Thursday, January 24th from 7-9pm in the ML 105 Police Academy Training Room. Students must bring their WCC ID to tryouts, be taking at least 3 credits at WCC, be at least 18 years old, and hold at least a 2.0gpa.
Please direct questions to WCC Sports at 734-973-3720 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Ann Arbor Michigan on the campus of Washtenaw Community College housed in the South-end of the Student Center near the entrance the LA building on the first floor is the Game Room. WCC Sports welcomes students, staff and faculty to attend the evening events they provide from 6pm-7:30pm on many weeks Monday-Thursday at no cost. Completing a waiver for the academic year is the only requirement, once you are on the list the wavier is good for all WCC Sports in the academic year.
A schedule of events can be found on the home page of the WCC website under Activities/Sports/Intramural Sports. Make a resolution to try something new…the Game Room.