The Marshalltown Community College men’s soccer team has secured the ICCAC regular season title for the first time since 2015. The Tigers dropped their first game of ICCAC play but then would run the table their final nine games to secure the crown. With a final record of 9-1, the Tigers edged out the Iowa Lakes CC Lakers on a head to head tie breaker.
The sophomore class has been one of the best that the Tiger Soccer Program has seen over the last two years, and Friday was no different. Starting 11 sophomores against William Penn’s JV squad, the team left no questions of their dominance, dropping the Statesmen 5-0 in the final game of regular season play.
The MCC Tigers Men's Soccer team moves up to #6 in the latest NJCAA poll released on October 9th. The team defeated Northeast Community College and Dakota County Technical College last week to rise up 5 notches in the national poll.
The Iowa Community College Athletic Conference has announced the Athlete of the Week honors for the week ending on October 7th. Marshalltown CC's freshman libero Halee Pedro has been named Division I Volleyball's Athlete of the Week for Defense. This is the third time this season Pedro has earned this elite honor.
Marshalltown, IA- A flurry of second half goals capped off a strong 7-0 victory for Marshalltown Community College over the Blue Knights of Dakota County Technical College (DCTC). The win extends MCC’s win streak to eight, and keeps them at the top of the ICCAC with a record of 8-1. The Tigers are 13-1 overall on the season. The loss drops DCTC to 1-5 in ICCAC play, and 3-7 overall.
The Marshalltown Community College Athletic Department has named sophomore setter Jelena Dukic and sophomore forward Rafael Vacas the student-athletes for the month of September. This monthly award is given to students who exhibit an elite level of competition on the court/field as well as a commitment to success in the classroom while being leaders on campus.
The 11th ranked Marshalltown Community College Tiger soccer team picked up a big road win on Tuesday against Northeast Community College extending their win streak to seven matches. Prior to the match, MCC was tied for second place in the ICCAC as NECC had sole possession of fourth place, respectively.
The Iowa Community College Athletic Conference has announced the Athlete of the Week honors for the week of September 23-30. Marshalltown CC’s sophomore captain Rafael Ramos has been named Division I Soccer’s Athlete of the Week for Defense. Ramos is a first time honoree, and the first time a field player has been selected in the Defense category.
The Marshalltown Community College Tigers move up to #11 in the latest NJCAA Poll released on October 2nd. Decisive wins last week versus Scott Community College and previously 14th ranked Iowa Lakes Community College helped propel the Tigers up four spots from the previous poll released. With Tuesday’s Indian Hills upset over Iowa Central Community College, the Tigers are also ranked atop of the ICCAC leader board with a record of 12-1, 7-1 in conference play.
For the second consecutive Sunday, Tiger Volleyball headed to Southeastern Community College in West Burlington, Iowa to play in a four-match “Taco John’s Spikefest” event. Also for the second consecutive Sunday, the Tigers left Southeastern with a perfect 4-0 record on the day and won each of the four matches via sweeps.
Tiger freshman Jiroh Hatano netted his 6th goal of the season to help the 15th ranked MCC Tigers upset the 14th ranked Iowa Lakes CC Lakers in a match that was plagued by rain and wet playing conditions. The win is the 6th consecutive for Marshalltown and improves them to 11-1 overall on the season, 6-1 in ICCAC play. The Lakers, who were previously undefeated in conference play, fall to 10-2-1 overall and are now tied for 2nd in conference standings with Marshalltown behind the Iowa Central Tritons.
Burlington, IA – The MCC volleyball team has enjoyed one of the best starts to a season in Tiger history. After Sunday’s 4-0 mark at Southeastern Community College’s Taco Johns Spike Fest, the team moved to 19-2.
Ames, IA – The Iowa Community College Athletic Conference has announced Jelena Dukic as Division I Volleyball’s Offensive Athlete of the Week. Dukic has been a major reason for the Tigers 13-2 start to the 2018 season.