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Madison College selects Joe Hanson as first Esports coach
Joe Hanson will serve as the first head coach of the Madison College Esports program, leading the newest WolfPack program in its debut season.
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TRYOUTS SET: Be a part of the WolfPack
If you are interested in being a part of Madison College Intercollegiate Athletics, please fill out the Madison College Athletics Tryout Form and check the 2020-21 listing of sport tryout dates below:
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Esports added to Madison College Athletics for 2020-21
Madison College is adding Esports to its list of intercollegiate sports for the 2020-21 school year. The co-ed program will begin representing the WolfPack during the Fall 2020 semester. The program will compete in online competitions against other two-year college programs involved with National Junior College Athletic Association Esports (NJCAAE).
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Shift in season leads to coaching change for WolfPack men's soccer
Current Madison College head women's soccer coach Matt Schwartz and current men's soccer assistant coach Antonio Paredes have agreed to step up to lead the men's soccer team as interim co-head coaches this coming season. After hiring Henry Aiyenero two months ago as the seventh head coach in Madison College men's soccer program history, Aiyenero had to step down. The men's soccer season moving from the fall to the spring semester due to the COVID-19 pandemic created logistical challenges with his family and other coaching obligations.
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Madison College Athletics Sports Update
Due to ongoing COVID-19 issues throughout our country and communities, the National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) has voted to move most of the NJCAA sports championships to the spring. Madison College will not participate in any competitive athletic events during the fall 2020 semester. All eight of Madison College's sports will only practice during the fall with the anticipation of competing during the spring semester.
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WolfPack place 20 on NJCAA Academic Student-Athlete Awards list
Despite having to finish the academic calendar amidst a worldwide pandemic that forced classes to be shifted online for the final two months, 20 Madison College student-athletes were named NJCAA Academic Student-Athlete Award winners. It marks the third consecutive year in which that many WolfPack student-athletes achieved the highest national honor. Included in the 2019-20 award recipients are two All-Academic First Team honorees that earned a perfect 4.00 over the course of two semesters.
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Madison College Athletics statement on social injustice
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Madison College names Aiyenero to lead men's soccer program
The Madison College Athletics Department is announcing Henry Aiyenero as the new head coach of the WolfPack men's soccer program. Aiyenero becomes the seventh head coach since men's soccer began competing in 1981. He replaces Cory Sims after the head coach for seven years stepped down recently.
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Sims steps down as WolfPack men's soccer coach
The second-longest tenured coach in Madison College men's soccer history is stepping away. Cory Sims has announced he his leaving the WolfPack program after seven seasons as head coach and one season as an assistant coach.
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COPING WITH COVID-19: A WolfPack Q&A with students-athletes and coaches
It has been more than 11 weeks since the first round of news regarding COVID-19 impacting athletic teams and competitions at Madison College began. What started as a cancelled spring trip morphed into the loss of several weeks of competition and then eventually the cancellation of an entire spring 2020 season.