John Wood Athletics is home to seven intercollegiate programs, three men's programs and four women's programs. All seven are members of the Mid West Athletic Conference and Region 24 of the National Junior College Athletic Association.

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A brief snapshot of each program:

Fall Sports

Women's Volleyball

Coach Madeleine Halford finished up her 2nd year in the reboot phase of the volleyball program at the end of the Fall 2019 season. Women's Volleyball, discontinued in 2010, was restarted with the Fall 2018 season. After finishing the 2018 season with only 2 wins, Coach Halford lead a drastic turnaround into year 2, finishing with 17 wins and a spot in the Region 24-A championship match. Coach earned Co-Coach of the Year honors in the MWAC and JWCC has been represented on All-Conference and All-Region teams both seasons.

Women's Soccer

Coach Hayley Womack was charged to lead the start of women's soccer on our campus going into the Fall 2018 season. Going from zero wins in year 1 to 2 wins in the 2nd year, including the program's first conference win, the program is building the right foundation moving forward.

Men's Soccer

Coach Bob Cowman was asked to lead the restart of the men's soccer program, a program that had been discontinued after the Fall 1993 season, heading into the Fall of 2018. After blistering out to a 7-0 start in season one, men's soccer has been on the cusp of national attention throughout both seasons. With an improved, more challenging schedule, men's soccer is gaining the reputation of a team that is willing to play some of the best programs in the country. With representation on the All-MWAC and All-Region teams both seasons (including the 2019 Co-Freshman of the Year), men's soccer is establishing a foundation of success moving forward.

Winter Sports

Women's Basketball

Coach Norm Rodriguez returns for his 21st season at the helm of our women's basketball program, accumulating 368 wins along the way. Continuing the trend of playing one of the best schedules in the country while attracting some of the best women's basketball talent in our area, Coach Rodriguez works every year to stay toward the top of the MWAC standings. The four returners to the 2019-2020 season will provide leadership to build toward the next conference championship for Trail Blazer women's basketball.

Men's Basketball

Coach Brad Hoyt enters his 10th season at the helm of John Wood basketball and sits at 183 wins as the head coach of the program. Following the 2018-19 season's 6th place finish at the NJCAA national tournament and the Region 24 tournament championship, John Wood basketball continues to be recognized on the national stage. JWCC basketball has played in the Region tournament finals in five of the last seven seasons and have advanced to the NJCAA national tournament three times in the past six years. John Wood basketball has a total of 5 national tournament appearrances in its 27 year existence.

Spring Sports

Women's Softball

Coach Merle Jones enters year 3 of his tenure as the head coach of our women's softball program. With a revamped roster, JWCC softball is poised to make a significant run during the 2020 Spring season. John Wood softball is proud to have been the choice of many of the top area talent over the years - the Spring 2020 roster will be no different.

Men's Baseball

Coach Adam Hightower, an alum and former assistant coach for the Trail Blazers, will begin his 2nd season at the helm of John Wood baseball in the Spring 2020 season. A commitment to area talent and building a culture of toughness and togetherness has been a trademark to Coach Hightower's early teams. The roster is poised to make a run the nationally-recognized Mid West Athletic Conference this upcoming season.