Middlesex County College (MCC) will hold its Athletic Spotlight June 28 from 6 to 8 p.m. at its Edison campus.
This program will introduce MCC’s athletic department to high school athletes and others who may be interested in playing a sport at the school.
“We have an outstanding program of 11 sports for men and women,” Robert Wisniewski, the athletic director, said. “For men, we offer soccer, basketball, wrestling and baseball. For women, we feature soccer, volleyball, basketball and softball. We also have co-ed teams in cross-country, golf and track and field. At this spotlight event, you’ll be able to meet the coaches, talk with current student-athletes and learn about why MCC may be a great fit for you.”
Prospective student-athletes should register at middlesexcc.edu/athletics-spotlight.
Lisa Rodriguez-Gregory, the college’s admissions director, said that the evening will also include the opportunity to meet with admissions and financial aid representatives, as well as tour the campus and the athletic facilities.
“Playing sports doesn’t have to end after high school,” Wisniewski said. “We have a competitive program and welcome students of all ability levels. We emphasize academics, teamwork and fun.”