The MCC baseball team made a valiant run from the loser's bracket of the Region XI Baseball Tournament to reach the final series, but ultimately fell short as Iowa Western was crowned Tournament Champions
A pair of Tiger’s took home the coveted Player/Pitcher of the Week honors for the final week of the season ending on May 7th. Freshman Luis Menendez and sophomore David Davila led the Tigers to a 4-0 sweep of Southwestern to end the regular season ICCAC slate.
The Iowa Community College Athletic Conference has announced the softball All-Region teams for the 2019 season. The Tigers notched one student-athlete on the 1st team, Utility Player, Saydee Terrell. The sophomore from Chariton, Iowa played seven of the nine positions on the field throughout the course of the season. Primarily playing in the center of the field, she was third in the conference with 17 homeruns. She lead the Tigers in homeruns, RBIs (33), hits (39), and slugging percentage (.855). She was third on the squad with a .333 batting average.
A very successful group of Marshalltown CC soccer student-athletes have made their commitments to play at the next level. To date, twelve of the fourteen sophomores have inked for next season. The sophomore class won 31 games over their two seasons, which included a National Tournament appearance.
Freshman pitcher, Jake Medcalf, has been named Iowa Community College Athletic Conference’s Division I pitcher of the week for his performance during the week of April 15th through the 21st. The right-hander threw 6.2 innings in two different appearances. Against Division II opponent NIACC, Medcalf pitched four important, scoreless innings, which included four strikeouts. Against conference opponent Indian Hills, Medcalf threw 2.2 scoreless innings to seal a win for the Tigers.
Head Coach Steve Garber announced recently that he signed point guard Rachelle Smith. Smith, a 5’6 hails from Des Moines, IA and currently attends Des Moines East High School. Smith helped the Scarlets to a 15-8 record on the season, appearing in all 23 games. She shot 38.8% from the floor and scored 79 points on the year, for a 3.4 points per game average from the point guard position.
The National Junior College Athletic Association has named sophomore guard Kelton Edwards to its Honorable Mention Team. The Houston, TX native scored 571 points this season while shooting 45.8% from the field, 36.6% from the arch and 81% from the line. Edwards led the conference in points and points per game, as well as field goals (227 for 496).