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Madison College Athletics celebrates Black History Month
Black History Month is celebrated every February, and in 2021, Madison College Athletics will highlight the outstanding accomplishments of black student-athletes and coaches from WolfPack seasons past throughout the month. The on-going celebration will take place on the Madison College Athletics primary social media accounts, as well as with updates to this story.
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Where Are They Now? Michael Capaccio – Men’s Basketball (1976-78)
"Everything I have accomplished I owe a big part to MATC" is a statement that has likely been made more than anyone realizes, and certainly reflects a wide swath of accomplishments throughout numerous lives.
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Construction underway on new Madison College fitness center, athletics home
Eclipsed by a global pandemic and an ever-evolving sports landscape is a major renovation project involving Madison College Athletics and Recreation. With an expected completion date of December 2021, students, staff, and the Madison College community will find an expansive new fitness center, updated locker rooms, and much more in advance of the Spring 2022 semester.
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Happy Holidays from the Madison College Athletic Department
The Madison College Athletic Department would like to wish all of you a very happy holiday season. While 2020 has presented many challenges for us all, we remain optimistic and are working hard to make 2021 as successful as possible.
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2021 Winter Sports seasons canceled at Madison College
The North Central Community College Conference (N4C) announced Thursday that the 2021 basketball and volleyball sports schedules have been canceled. In accordance with the announcement, Madison College Athletics is canceling the upcoming seasons for men's basketball, women's basketball, and women's volleyball.
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UPDATED: Kaden Crockett completes run to NJCAAE championship
MADISON, WISC. - The inaugural season of Madison College Esports enjoyed a bigger finish than anyone likely would have dreamed of. On Wednesday, December 16, freshman Kaden Crockett laid claim to the title of NJCAAE Grand Champion with a pair of wins in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate to give the newest WolfPack athletic program its first national champion. Crockett defeated teammate Baxter Beckwith 4-3 in a hotly contested semifinal that ensured Madison College would be represented in the title match, which Crockett won 4-0 over Murad S. of Montgomery County Community College (PA) to remain the last player standing in a 32-person tournament. Crockett and Beckwith are both Cottage Grove, Wisconsin, natives and graduates of Monona Grove High School.
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60EIGHT: Madison College to host premier high school basketball tournament in December 2021
In 365 days, Madison College will welcome some of the premier high school basketball teams and talent with the debut of the 60Eight Basketball Tournament. The December 16-18, 2021, event will showcase eight boys teams from Wisconsin and northern Illinois inside Madison College's H. Douglas Redsten Gymnasium.
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WolfPack Esports preparing for debut season’s second semester
As the first semester of Esports competition at Madison College winds down with postseason play, potential players interested in being part of the second semester of competition should begin to register. The schedule is slated to begin on February 8 and run through April 10, with postseason play going from April 17 through May 3.
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Happy Thanksgiving WolfPack Fans
Your friends in the Madison College Athletic Department want to wish you and your family a Happy Thanksgiving. We are thankful to have a such a great group of coaches and student-athletes representing our college. We hope that you and your family are happy and healthy.
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WolfPack coaches get creative amidst non-competitive fall
Athletics at Madison College, among many other collegiate institutions, is vastly different in 2020 as a result of the Covid-19 Pandemic. Teams that were schedule to compete during the fall semester, such as golf, men's and women's soccer, women's volleyball, and men's and women's basketball, have all seen their season's postponed into 2021. To get a better understanding of how the changes have impacted coaches and student-athletes, men's basketball coach Jamal Palmer and women's volleyball coach Quinn Lukens spoke with Adam Eichstedt of Athletic Communications about managing the changes, protocols, limitations, and much more. (See video above)