GOCC Athletic Department

Glen Oaks is a member of the Michigan Community College Athletic Association (MCCAA) and the National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA). The College competes in men’s and women’s basketball, men’s and women’s cross country, men’s baseball, women’s softball, and men’s golf. The MCCAA and NJCAA regulate athletic competition, and establish eligibility standards for member colleges. Glen Oaks subscribes to these standards and rigidly enforces them. It is possible, with changing student interest or cost, that intercollegiate sports may be added or dropped when necessary.

Athletic News

Glen Oaks is excited to announce that Grace Muller is taking over the softball program as the new head coach replacing Tom Muckel. Muckel left the position in early October.

“We need to change the […]

The Viking men’s and women’s basketball teams are gearing up for a busy week of college hoops. The women’s team tips off at Cornerstone University  at 7:00pm for a tough match against the JV […]

Glen Oaks Community College volleyball team beat Kellogg Community College on Tuesday night after career high performances by the Vikings. The Vikings lost the first set 25-27 but came back to win the second and […]

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Contact the Athletic Department

Courtney Ivan – Athletic Director/Director of Fitness Center, Interim Head Women’s Basketball Coach
Kathy Patrick – Executive Assistant to the Athletic Director
Scott Chase – Head Baseball Coach
David Victor – Interim Head Men’s Basketball Coach
Scott Saunders – Head Men’s Golf Coach
Melissa Crampton – Cross Country Coach
Vince Strefling – Volleyball Coach
Grace Muller – Softball Coach