STCC is a member of the Mass Community College Athletic Conference and the New England Region of the National Junior College Athletic Association.
Location: Scibelli Hall/Building 2/Room G6
Hours: Monday - Friday, 8am to 4pm
Intercollegiate Athletic Teams
|Basketball||Men's Basketball||Women's Basketball|
|Soccer||Mens Soccer||Women's Soccer|
|Track & Field||Track & Field|
|Wrestling||Men's Wrestling||Women's Wrestling|
STCC has advanced to the national championship tournament in men's soccer, women's soccer, men's basketball, golf, and wrestling. We have transferred athletes all over the United States. The best way to become marketable to transfer successfully to a four-year college or university is to achieve in the classroom, as well as in the athletic arena. In addition to our competitive teams, intramural and recreational activities are geared toward the interests of the student population and have included indoor soccer, basketball, bowling, softball, floor hockey, and volleyball.
New students interested in playing a sport should directly contact the head coach for their particular sport or visit with the Coordinator of Athletics while on campus.
We have many student athletes who transfer to STCC from other colleges and universities who are interested in continuing their participation in athletics. There are specific guidelines with the NJCAA that STCC must follow in this regard. Students who would like to know their eligibility must contact the Coordinator of Athletics.
There are no fees charged to student athletes to participate on an Intercollegiate Athletic Team at STCC but there may be a cost on occasion for special gear that the student athletes then own.
The STCC Fitness Center is equipped with Cybex cardio equipment, strength training machines, and free weights. Our trained staff is available to help you become familiar with equipment and make sure you get the most out of your workout.
Our NCAA regulation basketball court is equipped with a floating, cushioned, hardwood floor with two training courts and six baskets, Daktronics Scoreboard System and bleacher seating for 450.
The soccer field is among the best in the New England region, and has served as a site for both state and regional championships.
The wrestling training room provides an exceptional training space for our nationally competitive wrestling teams. It is also home to our wrestling “wall of fame” showcasing the success of both our men’s and women’s wrestling teams.
Transportation: STCC contracts with Valet Park of America to transport athletes to and from competition. and their professional drivers bus/van the teams to our events in and around the New England region. If and when a team or athlete advances to a National Championship they may be driven or flown depending on the distance and timeline.
Perspective students, current students, or members of the public who need auxiliary aids and or services for effective communication or accommodations to participate in an Athletic program are invited to make their needs and preferences known to the Section 504 Coordinator, Office of Disability Services, Kris Kozak, 413-755-4449.
Under Title IX protections Student-athletes may continue participating in their sport as a pregnant and/or parenting student, or apply for a red shirt season (if pregnant). STCC prohibits the discrimination of Student-athletes based on their pregnancy, childbirth, conditions related to pregnancy, false pregnancy, termination of pregnancy or recovery or parental or marital status; and they the College offers reinstatement to the same position after pregnancy as they held before the onset of pregnancy.
For additional information: Human Resources/Title IX Coordinator, 413-755-4361.