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Sports at CC

KelsenKelsen Registered User Posts: 35 Junior Member
edited May 2012 in Community Colleges

I wonder if its possible to make sports in a CC just for fun and without any ambitions to achieve a scholarship or to become a pro. I could find a lot of information about the teams of the CC's which compete against others but I could not find any information for students who'd like to make sports as a balance for studying. I am interested in soccer, swimming & basketball. What do you think? Are there opportunities f.e. in De Anza, SMC, SBCC or mt. San Antonio... etc. ? Hows like the situation in general at colleges?

Thanks for your replies!!
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Replies to: Sports at CC

  • blankwallblankwall Registered User Posts: 87 Junior Member
    I have plans to try out for the football team at cc im going to. Im going to ccsf in san fran and their football program is the best. I feel like stuff like that will hep you make friends and drive you to do better in class.
  • KelsenKelsen Registered User Posts: 35 Junior Member
    Ok, thanks for your reply!

    But it doesnt mean that I have to be a pro - so i can join the club just4fun?
  • KelsenKelsen Registered User Posts: 35 Junior Member
    Do you know any CC's which have very good sport facilities (especially swimming facilities) ?
  • JacobGreenJacobGreen Registered User Posts: 1 New Member
    i think cc's should all have football soccer basketball and hockey teams. so then it kinda feels like your part of somthing.
  • curiousgeorgeecuriousgeorgee Registered User Posts: 3 New Member
    Of course you can make it fun. Sports are fun in general. I was a top high school track recruit but had bad grades so I ended up at a CC. I ran for a year but decided not to my second year. It's just like high school athletics; lots of fun and you meet new people. I did eventually end up running again at the university I transferred to though. A lot different at a D1 school LOL.
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