MATC offers variety of student athlete options

MATC’s ever growing and improving sports department is offering a variety of sports for students to get involved in.

MATC will offer multiple sports for both men and women as always; all students are encouraged to try out for any sports they may be interested in.  The minimum requirements to participate in MATC athletics are taking 12 credits of college- level classes and maintaining a 2.0 GPA.

Students are free to take courses at any of the MATC campuses or online. Below, is contact information for Randy Casey, and a list of sports, the general tryout dates, and who to contact if you’re interested.

Athletic Director: Randy
     Casey

Email: [email protected]

Phone: 414-297-7872

Men’s Sports:

Basketball – Tryouts: Early
     September

Contact: [email protected]

Baseball – Tryouts: TBD

Contact: [email protected]

Soccer – Tryouts: Early August

Contact: [email protected]

Women’s Sports:

Basketball – Tryouts: Early
     September

Contact: [email protected]

Softball – Tryouts: TBD

Contact: [email protected]

Soccer – Tryouts: Early August

Contact: [email protected]

Volleyball – Tryouts: Early
     August

Contact: hashek[email protected]

For more information see matcstormers.com

MATC was excited to add Brooke Pauls to the volleyball program for the 2015 season.
Photo by Kirsten Schmitt
MATC was excited to add Brooke Pauls to the volleyball program for the 2015 season.
Goal keeper Francisco Campechano (1) tries to block the shot on goal by Angel Sarti (26) of Harper College.
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Goal keeper Francisco Campechano (1) tries to block the shot on goal by Angel Sarti (26) of Harper College.
Head Coach Jeff Lorenz motivates the women during a timeout.
Photo by Kirsten Schmitt
Head Coach Jeff Lorenz motivates the women during a timeout.
As the catcher chases down a passed ball, Fred Brower (19) runs home to score the winning run for the Stormers, 8-7 against the Wolves in the first game of doubleheader on April 16.
Photo by Kirsten Schmitt
As the catcher chases down a passed ball, Fred Brower (19) runs home to score the winning run for the Stormers, 8-7 against the Wolves in the first game of doubleheader on April 16.