The objective of the Massasoit Community College Athletic Department is to provide students with the highest quality athletic, academic, and social experience. Our goal is to achieve competitive success in every program and develop and maintain an environment that promotes sportsmanship, teamwork, compliance, equity, and diversity. We strive to provide quality leadership and management to help our teams achieve a positive level of success.
Athletics has always been a mainstay at Massasoit, offering six different varsity sports: women's and men's soccer, women's and men's basketball, softball and baseball. In the past, the department has also offered hockey, golf, tennis and women's volleyball.
The teams have had success at the local level as well as the national level. The men's soccer team has won two National Championships, 21 New England Championships, and has made 14 appearances in the NJCAA National Championships.
The baseball team has won one National Championship and 9 New England Championships, as well as 6 MCCAC Championships. The women's softball program has represented Massasoit in 1990 and 1991 at the National Championships and has won 4 New England Championships.
The women's soccer program represented the college at the 1989 National Championships and won the New England Championship in 1999. They were also New England Finalist in 1986, 87, 88, 90, 91, 92, and 1996.
The 1984 women's volleyball team won the New England Championship and represented the college at the National Championships.
The women's basketball team was a New England Finalist in 1996, 97, 98 and has 6 State Championships. The men's basketball team was a New England Finalist in 1991, 1992, and 1993, captured their first New England Championship in 2011 and have State Championships in 2004, 2005 and 2011.
Our athletes have consistently been singled out for both athletic and academic merit, through League, Region and All-American recognition. In the history of MCC athletics, All-New England awards have been given to over 750 varsity athletes and over 130 athletes have been honored as All-Americans. The 1994 men's soccer team was named NJCAA Academic Team of the Year.