Participating in athletics — or just supporting your college’s teams — is a favorite part of college life for many students.
In collegiate sports, you can learn how to compete at an elite level. But you will also learn skills that can help you in all parts of your life. Through athletics, you can develop lifelong skills in fitness, collaboration, competition, teamwork and organization.
Even if you are not an athlete, try attending an athletic event or two. Support your friends on the team. You will have a greater sense of school belonging, pride and commitment.
Dallas College offers comprehensive intercollegiate athletics and intramural offerings. Dallas College Athletics is sanctioned by NJCAA.
The National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) regulates intercollegiate athletics of community colleges. It is the community college counterpart of the National College Athletic Association (NCAA), which oversees athletics at four-year institutions. The organization’s goal is to promote athletics as a valuable component of the educational experience at community colleges. The NJCAA has 530 member colleges participating in 15 men’s and 13 women’s sports. There are 50 national championships and nine football bowl games.
Athletic Staff Directory
2023 DIII NJCA Champions
(Eastfield Harvested Bee Volleyball Team, Brookhaven Bears Women's Soccer Team and Richland Thunderduck Men's Soccer Team)
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Zenon Named National Player of Week
Dallas College North Lake's Jakob Zenon was named the National Junior College Athletic Association Division III Men's Basketball Player of the Week.
Eastfield to Participate in Coaches vs. Cancer Event in Jan. 24 Game
Dallas College Eastfield men's basketball team will participate in a Coaches versus Cancer event at its home game Wednesday, Jan. 24.. The Harvester Bees will host Dallas College Brookhaven in a Dallas Athletic Conference matchup. Tip-off is set for 6 p.m. Coaches vs. Cancer is a nationwide basketball event in conjunction with the National Association of Basketball Coaches that takes place each year to raise awareness for cancer. It is also a fundraising effort coordinated by the American Cancer Society to generate funds to assist in the fight against cancer.
Bears Honored at United Soccer Coaches Convention
Dallas College Brookhaven's Kaley Robison was honored at the United Soccer Coaches convention as the Junior College Division III National Player of the Year Saturday. Bears teammates Bailey Clark and Whitni Newbill joined Robison in collecting All-America honors. Meah Perez and Clark received Scholar All-America honors.
Brookhaven Baseball Opens Season Jan. 26
Dallas College Brookhaven's baseball team will open the season Jan. 26 when the Bears host Dallas-Fort Worth Post Grad in the first of three games. First pitch is scheduled for 1 p.m.
Athletics and Team Schedules