STCC is a member of the New England Region (Region XXI) of the National Junior College Athletic Association and the Northeast Region of the National Collegiate Wrestling Association.
STCC has advanced to the national championship tournament in men's soccer, women's soccer, men's basketball, golf, and wrestling, winning a team National Championship in women’s soccer (2006) and multiple individual National Champions in men’s and women’s wrestling (1 in 2018, 2 in 2019, 2 in 2020).
Intercollegiate Athletic Teams
|Basketball||Men's Basketball||Women's Basketball|
|Soccer||Men's Soccer||Women's Soccer|
|Wrestling||Men's Wrestling||Women's Wrestling|
Prospective student-athletes interested in a specific program should directly contact the head coach. Contact information is located on team webpages.
For general questions contact the Athletics Department at (413) 755-4061 or visit the Athletics Office located in Scibelli Hall, Building 2.
There are no fees charged to student-athletes to participate on an intercollegiate athletic team at STCC. Programs may choose for their members to purchase specific team items which could result in an additional cost, but items would then belong to the individual.
Intramural and Recreational Activities
In addition to STCC’s competitive teams, many intramural and recreational activities have been offered to the student and campus population. Past activities have included: indoor soccer, basketball, bowling, softball, floor hockey, and volleyball.
STCC student-athletes have transferred all over the United States. To become marketable to a four-year college or university, student-athletes should strive to excel in the classroom as well as in the athletic arena. Many student-athletes also choose to transfer to STCC from other colleges and universities. Specific guidelines exist for STCC and its athletic governing bodies in regards to transferring. Prospective student-athletes who have questions about these rules or their eligibility should contact the Director of Athletics and Fitness at (413) 755-4061.
The Scibelli Hall gymnasium holds an NCAA regulation basketball court, equipped with a floating, cushioned, hardwood floor with two training courts with five baskets, Daktronics Scoreboard System and bleacher seating for 450. It also houses 3 competition wrestling mats for practices and competitions. STCC’s gymnasium has hosted regional championships in both basketball and wrestling.
The STCC soccer field has served as a site for both state and regional championships. Sitting in the middle of the National Armory parade ground, it offers an historic environment in the center of campus.
The wrestling training room provides STCC’s nationally competitive wrestling teams with an exceptional training space within the facilities. The training room allows for as many as 30 student-athletes to engage in high level practices.
The Fitness Center is located in Scibelli Hall, Building 2, Room 117. It is available to all currently enrolled students, faculty and staff. The facility is routinely used by athletic programs to physically prepare for high level athletics.The Fitness Center provides the STCC campus community with the opportunity to exercise before or after classes. The Fitness Center is equipped with Cybex cardio equipment and strength training machines, as well as a large selection of free weights. Our trained staff is available to help members become familiar with equipment and assist in reaching their fitness goals.
Membership is free. All users must have an active RamCard ID and will be required to complete liability and policy forms for the facility. Members must present their RamCard, every visit, to gain access to the facility and will not be permitted to use equipment without it.
Hours of Operation
- Monday - Friday 6:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. year-round
- *Hours are subject to change during holidays and college breaks.
- Any questions or for scheduling updates, contact the Fitness Center Desk at (413) 755-4966
STCC contracts with Valet Park of America and their professional drivers to transport athletes to and from events in and around the New England region. If and when a team or athlete advances to a National Championship other arrangements may need to be made depending on the distance and timeline.
Prospective students or current students who need accommodations should contact the Office of Disability Services at 755-4785 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org at least two weeks in advance.
Members of the general public or employees who need accommodations should contact Kathryn C. Senie, Director of Compliance, Affirmative Action Officer/Title IX Coordinator, and ADA Coordinator at email@example.com at least two weeks in advance.
Under Title IX protections Student-athletes may continue participating in their sport as a pregnant and/or parenting student, or apply for a redshirt 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 the college offers reinstatement to the same position after pregnancy as they held before the onset of pregnancy.
For additional information please contact Kathryn C. Senie, J.D., Ed.D., Director of Compliance, Affirmative Action Officer/Title IX Coordinator, and ADA Coordinator at (413) 755-4749 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Scibelli Hall/Building 2/Room G6
Monday: 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Tuesday: Remote Operations
Wednesday: 8 a.m. - 6 p.m.
Thursday: 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Friday: Remote Operations
Interim Athletic Director