MACC GREYHOUND ATHLETIC BANQUET SATURDAY, APRIL 9

 MACC's Athletic Banquet will be held this Saturday, April 9 at the MACC Activity Center with activities beginning at 6PM. The ceremony will honor the MACC Cheerleaders, Women’s Basketball Team, Men’s Basketball Team as well as Hall of Fame induction.

Ceremony honoring MACC Athletes, Cheerleaders

4/6/16
MACC’s Athletic Banquet will be held this Saturday, April 9 at the MACC Activity Center with activities beginning at 6PM. The ceremony will honor the MACC Cheerleaders, Women’s Basketball Team, Men’s Basketball Team as well as Hall of Fame induction.

The event will start with dinner and follow with the awards ceremony with the voice of the Greyhounds, J.B. Connoley, serving as the Master of Ceremonies. The costs of the event is $18 if purchased before the event or $22 if paid for at the door. Tickets can be purchased either thru the MACC Activity Center or Student Services Department.

“I feel this has been a very special year for our Athletic Department,” said MACC Greyhound Athletic Director Patrick Smith, “Our cheerleaders,under the direction of Becky Smith, were just tremendous in their support of our teams. Coach Chad Killinger had an outstanding second semester in going 13-6 with the Lady Greyhounds and getting to the regional semi-finals. I am personally very indebted to our men’s squad for the regional and district championships as well as getting back to Hutch and making the NJCAA Sweet 16. I feel like we have athletes who have represented the college in a very positive manner on and off the court.”

 

 

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